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Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 07 May 2014

Testosterone Boosting Tip #1: Lose Weight and Your Testosterone Levels Will Soar!

Obesity and excess fat are two of the strongest factors which negatively influence your body's ability to naturally produce its own Testosterone. Obesity exacerbates the decline in Testosterone already associated with aging, making symptoms more likely as well as more severe.

In a recent meeting of the Endocrine Society, the conference made a special point to emphasize the powerful ability of weight loss as a method to amplify Testosterone Production. The older that you get, the more that being overweight will impact your body's ability to produce sufficient Testosterone. Overweight men can experience clinically low levels of Testosterone at an age as young as 30.

Eat Less Sugar, Release More Testosterone!

If you've decided that it's time to shed the weight, one of the most important things for you is to drastically reduce the level of processed sugar that you take. Processed sugar wrecks your blood sugar and makes you more at risk for Diabetes. Fructose (including High Fructose Corn Syrup) is one of the primary sugars that you should avoid. Simply cutting sodas and artificial fruit drinks will go a long way to cut your sugar intake down. Even drinks that sound healthy like agave nectar and fruit juices are incredibly high in sugar. It's much healthier to eat fruit and drink water than to drink even natural fruit juice.

The optimal level of daily fructose consumption is around twenty five grams. This includes all forms of fructose, not just drinks. It is especially important to observe this dietary guideline if you have high cholesterol, diabetes, hypertension, weight issues, or insulin resistance.

Limit Carb Intake for More Testosterone!

It is also important to recognize that carbohydrates convert quickly into glucose, which means that you should be very conscientious regarding your intake of grains, especially processed grains. If you are trying to drop pounds, its a good idea to significantly limit or avoid milk, because of its concentration of lactose. There is strong evidence that excessive consumption of lactose can increase the risk of diabetes and insulin resistance.

Particular carbohydrates to avoid are pretzels, waffles, bagels, and breakfast cereals comprised primarily of processed grains. The grain-sourced foods that you do include in your diet should be whole wheat and dense in nutrition.

Optimize Your Diet for More Testosterone!

Just taking these steps will likely do a number for your health and your weight loss goals, but it's also important to make sure you get the necessary nutrition that your body needs from optimal sources. Make sure that you choose foods with healthy fats, and avoid transfats. Also include a variety of different vegetables in your diet, and try to source your carbohydrates primarily from vegetables.

The human body responds very well to vegetables that are dense in nutrients and complex sugars, because the body has to work to break down the sugars, which helps regulate your blood sugar and burns more calories via digestion. Finally, you should primarily be choosing lean proteins, and proteins which are high in Omega-3s, including many types of fish.

Exercise and Eat Right for More Testosterone!

Combine this intelligent dieting with a regular workout routine. We encourage working out at least four times per week and engaging in both cardiovascular and anaerobic exercise. Taking control of your weight is one of the most powerful steps that you can take to enhance your Testosterone, and eating healthy and engaging in regular physical activity will help you burn the fat!

Testosterone Boosting Tip #2: Increase Testosterone with Dietary Zinc and Zinc Supplements

In order for your body to produce optimal levels of Testosterone, it is important for you to provide your body with the vitamins and nutrients necessary for the body to synthesize the hormone most effectively. Zinc is one of the most essential nutrients with regard to Testosterone Balance, and Zinc Supplementation has been shown to be a highly effective means to enhance Testosterone Levels for men that are experiencing below-normal Testosterone Production.

Zinc Highly Correlated with Testosterone

Medical research has clearly displayed that men that do not get sufficient zinc in their everyday diet are vastly more likely to experience Testosterone Deficiency, while patients that fortify their diet with zinc are able to increase their Testosterone Concentrations. There is even evidence that zinc sustains the body's Testosterone even during long distance cardiovascular activity, which has been shown to have a depressant affect upon Testosterone (Anaerobic Training and High Intensity Cardio Increase Testosterone, while Endurance Activities have a tendency to decrease Testosterone.

Zinc Deficiency More Common with Age

Zinc deficiency is a major issue for adults that are sixty years and older. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey approximates that around forty-five percent of people in this age group do not get sufficient zinc in their diets. Even among individuals that take dietary supplements, nearly a quarter of men and women in this age group still did not get adequate levels of zinc.

Best Way to Get Zinc is Through Diet

Supplements are a useful way to ensure that you get the zinc you need, but your primary method of obtaining zinc should be through your diet. Foods that contain zinc are foods with a lot of protein, including fish and meats. Other ways to naturally get zinc are via yogurt, beans, raw cheese, and raw milk.

Vegetarians Susceptible to Zinc Deficiency

Because so many of the best natural methods to get zinc are from meat and dairy products, vegetarians often have issues with getting the zinc that they need. Also, industrial agriculture that relies heavily on pesticides and fertilizers can have a tendency to drain farmland of nutrients, which can reduce the concentrations of zinc absorbed by the plant and passed onto your diet.

Avoid Over-Cooking Foods to Preserve Dietary Zinc

The way that you prepare your food also affects the amount of Zinc that you will receive in the finished product. Cooking food too hard has a tendency to rapidly drain the food of its zinc concentrations, especially with vegetables, so we recommend cooking veggies al dente or eating them raw. Microwaving your vegetables is a good option as well. Microwaving will heat up your vegetables without overheating them or burning them.

Zinc Supplement Guidelines

Of course, if you are worried about not getting enough zinc in your diet, supplements are always an option. If you do choose to turn to supplementation, don't take more than 40 mg of zinc per day, because this is considered the maximum healthy limit. Unlike many vitamins like Vitamin D and Vitamin C, excess zinc can impact your body's power to intake other important nutrients such as copper, and also can induce side effects such as nausea.

Testosterone Boosting Tip #3: Lift Weights for More Testosterone

If you are concerned with sustaining optimal Testosterone Levels, one of the best activities that you can engage in is Anaerobic Exercise. Weight lifting is healthy for the body in a number of different ways, but to boost your Testosterone, the optimal word for your personal benefit is Intensity.

The Body Releases Testosterone in Response to Intensity

The body releases Testosterone most efficiently when you engage in physical activities that really put pressure on your body. This doesn't mean that you should overwork your body, because straining your body can be dangerous, but you can set up a work out plan that tests your body's limits without breaking them.

The Four Factors of Testosterone-Boosting Exercise

When engaging in weight training with the explicit purpose of raising natural Testosterone Levels, there are four factors that you need to think about: The Speed of the Reps, the Number of Reps, the Amount of Weight, and the Number of Muscles Engaged

Speed of Reps-The rate at which you engage in your reps is very important in regard to Testosterone Production. Your body goes through more effort when you slow down your repetitions, and your body produces the hormone more readily.

Number of Reps-The number of repetitions is also incredibly important for endogenous Testosterone Secretion. Remember, it's more important to engage in fewer, slower repetitions than more, faster repetitions. We encourage sets of three, with two sets of eight to ten near your max weight, and six, slow reps at your maximum weight.

Amount of Weight-Your body produces the most Testosterone in response to you pushing your body to its maximum limit. Do the highest amount of weight that you can safely perform a full, slow set without putting yourself at risk.

Number of Muscles Engaged-Your body produces Testosterone in response to the surface area of muscle that you work out, so if you engage large groups of muscles all at once, while also following the three previous steps, you will produce the most possible natural testosterone.

Why Does Slowing Down Exercise Reps Boost Testosterone?

It might seem counter-intuitive at first that slowing down your exercise increases your Testosterone, but you actually work out harder when you work out more slowly. Slow Anaerobic Exercise is actually a powerful High-Intensity Workout.

The scientific reason for this is that incredibly slow repetitions increase the interactions between your muscle cells, causing them to develop and fortify the peak amount of cross-bridges among your muscle proteins, which is the means by which your muscles increase in size and strength. Maximizing the number of muscle cells stimulated aggressively amplifies Testosterone Production.

Limit Carbohydrate Consumption in the Period After Exercise

If you want to maximize the benefits of Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone released during physical activity, it's important to eat the right foods. Carbohydrates eaten after exercise interfere with optimal hormone function, depressing your body's ability to build muscle and release physiologically beneficial hormones.

A small protein snack after exercise, with a glass of water, is the best way to both satiate hunger and give the body the materials it needs to rebuild after a good workout. Choose natural sources of protein over processed proteins, however, because shakes and powerbars don't fulfill your needs as effectively as good, natural protein.

Testosterone Boosting Tip #4: Optimize Vitamin D Intake

Vitamin D is an incredibly important hormone, which belongs to the steroid family, just like Testosterone, DHEA, and Estrogen. Vitamin D plays an integral role in male sexual function, most notably promoting the normal formulation of sperm nuclei. As a result of its importance in sperm structure, healthy Vitamin D levels are also associated with sperm viability and the number of sperm that are produced.

Link Between Vitamin D and Testosterone

There is also a strong correlation between Testosterone and Vitamin D. Men that are deficient in Vitamin D are much more likely to experience Testosterone Deficiency than men that get enough of the nutrient in their diet. Healthy Vitamin D levels are also associated with enhanced libido. Studies have shown that obese and overweight males experienced enhanced Testosterone Production after a year, when treated with supplemental Vitamin D.

Vitamin D Deficiency is a Major Issue in American Society

In the United States today, millions across the country don't get sufficient Vitamin D, and the condition is also a problem in many other societies which have become increasing sedentary or industrialized over the past fifty years. Many medical experts consider Vitamin D Deficiency to be at epidemic levels in America. Vitamin D is produced naturally by the human body when exposed to sunlight, but many areas don't produce enough sun, and many Americans don't take the time to expose themselves to the moderate sunlight that they need to produce Vitamin D.

Vitamin D deficiency is currently at epidemic proportions in the United States and many other regions around the world, largely because people do not spend enough time in the sun to facilitate this important process of Vitamin D production. Also, aging men and women become more susceptible to Vitamin D Deficiency as they begin to produce the nutrient less effectively.

Vitamin D Deficiency Testing

Many people also naturally have issues producing enough Vitamin D, not necessarily related to age. There is a simple test which can reveal your body's Vitamin D Levels, known as the 25-hydroxyvitamin D Test, a molecule also known as 25(OH)D.

What are Optimal Vitamin D Levels?

The final opinion regarding optimal Vitamin D concentration in the human body is far from settled. In the recent past, the general recommendation was 40-60 ng/ml, but further evidence has encouraged recommendations to increase to 50-70 ng/ml.

How Can I Get My Vitamin D?

The most effective way to increase your Vitamin D production is to step out into the sun for a brief period of time in the hours before and after noon. Ten or fifteen minutes of sunlight is fine for most people. Longer than fifteen minutes without protection, and you put yourself at risk of sun damage. Showing your face and your arms to the sun is enough, although going out in shorts is even better!

Vitamin D Supplementation Suggestions

If you are in a location where such a concentration of sunlight is not an option, you can also turn to Vitamin D3 Supplementation. A number of foods are fortified with the vitamin as well. Recommended Daily Value for Vitamin D is 800 IU, but this also assumes that you are getting the sunlight that you need each day. Studies show that in order to boost Vitamin D concentrations in the body to 40 ng/ml, it can take as much as 8,000 IU.

Testosterone Boosting Tip #5: Limit Sugar in the Diet and Avoid Added Sugar

As we mentioned in an earlier tip, Testosterone Levels are inhibited by body fat, but did you also know that sugar and carbohydrates (especially simple carbs and sugars) have the nasty ability to inhibit Testosterone Production? They also limit the release of Human Growth Hormone by the Hypothalamus. This is because sugar spikes caused by the consumption of excess sugar and carbs cause insulin levels to increase in the blood dramatically.

Insulin Spikes Impact Hormone Balance

Human Growth Hormone can be thought of in some ways as a corollary hormone to Insulin. The more that your body uses Insulin, the fewer signals that it sends for endogenous HGH. High levels of insulin also diminish Testosterone Production.

Americans Eat Way Too Much Sugar

In the United States, it is clear that we consume too much sugar, as well as too many simple carbs, in our diet. The USDA approximates that the average U.S. citizen eats four tablespoons of sugar each day. Across the course of a lifetime this is more than 4000 pounds of sugar!

Why Do We Love Sugar?

It's quite obvious why sugar is such an issue in the United States. It is readily available, and corn syrup is highly subsidized, making it incredibly cheap to pump into a wide variety of foods. Also, raw sugar can almost be likened to a drug. It's something that tastes good that isn't too bad in its natural form, but we've processed it down to its most pleasurable components and stripped it of any innate nutrition that it once had. Sugar produces pleasure in the human brain by stimulating both opioid and dopamine receptors in the brain.

Even though we love the taste of sugar, the affect that too much sugar has on the body, as well as our hormone balance, can be incredible. Most men and women can experience significant healthful improvements in their lives just by restricting sugar, processed grains, and simple carbs from their diets while being conscientious with complex carbs and natural sugars in the healthy foods that they eat.

How Can I Limit Sweets Effectively?

Here are some helpful ways that you can get over your craving for sweets and simple carbs:

  • Eat at Regularly Scheduled Times - Eating meals on a set time frame each day helps you avoid temptation.

  • When You Do Cave, Be Smart With Foods You Love - Choose a small amount of a cheat food you absolutely love, and savor the moment.

  • Engage in Physical Activity - If you start to feel a desire for unhealthy foods, don't be afraid to walk it off!

  • Turn to Fruits to Satisfy Your Cravings - Fruits are the ideal way to get natural sugars, because they are loaded with nutrients and fiber.

  • Chew Some Sugarfree Gum - Simply having something to occupy your mouth can make the craving go away.

  • Just Make the Decision to Stop and Stick to It - Many people find major success just by making the decision to tune out their desire for sweets all at once.

  • Combine a Small Amount of Decadence with a Healthy Snack or Meal - Enhance the healthy things you eat with a dab of chocolate or caramel to treat yourself in a modest way.

  • Don't be Afraid to Cave in a Minor Way if Things Get too Tough - Don't beat yourself up if your cravings become undeniable. Have a small dessert and enjoy it, but don't let it ruin your resolve to limit sweets.

Testosterone Boosting Tip #6: Reduce Stress

Most people compartmentalize the physiological and psychological aspects of themselves. They think of physical and emotional stress as two different parts of the human condition. This is a huge mistake. Psychological stress is intimately connected to the physical condition of the body, and one area where this is made especially clear is with regard to hormone health.

Stress is a Condition Associated with Cortisol

All forms of stress are highly related to a hormone known as cortisol. Cortisol stimulates the fight-or-flight response of the body and prepares it for split-second decision making and stimulates the body to optimize processes which protect it from short term harm. This is a good thing in small doses, and we do need some cortisol in order to function optimally.

Chronic Stress Leads to Hormone Imbalance

The problem is that any form of chronic stress causes us to produce too much cortisol, which can have a devastating affect upon Hormone Balance over time. Cortisol is a steroid hormone, just like Testosterone, and the two hormones actually compete for resources. If you are stressed out all the time, your body overemphasizes the production of cortisol, which eats away at your body's ability to make Testosterone.

Cortisol Stimulates Survival Mechanisms at the Cost of Overall Health

In addition to this, cortisol also blocks your body's ability to utilize Testosterone. Researchers theorize that the reason why Testosterone becomes less active in the presence of cortisol is because Testosterone is primarily associated with activities and traits not associated with self-preservation, including aggression, competition, and mating, while cortisol is a hormone that increases your body's ability to preserve itself in the face of external circumstances.

Chronic Stress Feeds Off of Our Inability to Cope with Anxiety

Perhaps because of our large and complex brains, stress has become an incredibly multifaceted psychological issue. The same mind that allows us to achieve such amazing things also has the potential to leave us chronically worried or anxious over forces that we have no control over or are constantly plaguing our minds.

As you can imagine, chronic stress rapidly depletes Testosterone Levels in the body. It also increases the risk of a wide variety of health conditions ranging from infertility to hypertension to stroke.

What Can I Do to Control My Stress?

There are a number of highly effective tools to reduce stress and help restore more normal Testosterone Production and Hormone Balance.

  • Any sort of quiet reflection is beneficial, including meditation and prayer. This quiets the mind and separates outside stressors from the inner tranquility of the mind.

  • Yoga is also a fine method to enhance physical and psychological well-being by promoting inner and outer strength and emphasizing physiological relaxation.

  • Laughter is an amazing and simple way to help control stress. Laughter in itself is an evolutionary tool to dispel stress. It encourages blood flow and makes yourself and those around you feel more at ease.

  • Controlled breathing, which is an aspect of both meditation and yoga, also relieves stress by optimizing blood flow and encouraging purposeful breathing and action.

  • Finally, positive visualization is a method of relieving stress. The goal of positive visualization is to imagine yourself in a more peaceful state, so that your body and mind adapt and start to take on the characteristics fostered by your imagination.

Testosterone Boosting Tip #7: BCAA Supplementation for Testosterone

Branched-Chain Amino Acids, also known as BCAAs, are incredibly important for sustaining the health of the human body. In particular, BCAAs are powerful rejuvenative nutrients which increase the body's healing capacity. These Amino Acids are not naturally produced by the human body, so they must be consumed in the diet or taken as a supplement.

Benefits of Branched-Chain Amino Acids

There is strong medical evidence that BCAA supplementation both mitigates injury risk and enhances performance, most vividly demonstrated in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Another study, released in the medical journal Metabolism, tested the impact of Branched-Chain Amino Acids on athletes.

These participants either took placebo or administered the supplement every night for thirty days. They also engaged in intense physical exercise regularly throughout the study. Participants taking BCAA were found to have much higher levels of Testosterone than their placebo counterparts. BCAAs are also shown to soften the effects of stress, another factor which has a powerful impact on Testosterone Release and Utilization

BCAAs and Exercise

Remember when we discussed how strenuous physical activity enhanced Testosterone Production? When combined with BCAA Supplements, this benefit is enhanced even further. Dairy Products are known to contain some of the highest levels of Leucine, a potent Branched-Chain Amino Acid. Among the dairy products which contain Leucine most potently are whey protein and select cheeses.

Benefits of Leucine

Leucine only provides this benefit in abundance when combined with vigorous anaerobic activity, so don't think you can just start eating whey protein and your Testosterone Levels will increase. Those calories will go straight to your gut. But if you use BCAAs as a mechanism to enhance physical activity, you'll likely experience real advantages in both increased strength, muscle mass, and Natural Testosterone Secretion.

Finally, it's most beneficial to absorb Leucine and other BCAAs in foods which contain them naturally, or the body may absorb them too quickly, and this can lead to insulin spikes which inhibit Testosterone and HGH Production. In order to maximize the impact of Leucine, choose Whey Protein or other foods which make the body work for the protein. Other sources of Leucine include wheat germ, oats, and animal proteins.

Benefits of Valine

Valine is another BCAA which provides significant benefits to anaerobic exercise enthusiasts because it enhances the metabolism of protein, helping the body convert protein to muscle more efficiently. It also repairs damage to the muscles, and is a mechanism by which the muscles increase in mass and strength.

There is also evidence that Valine (and other BCAAs) can be used to mitigate the damage of gallbladder disease and liver disease. Natural foods which contain Valine are peanuts, soy, mushrooms, meat, dairy, and grains.

Benefits of Isoleucine

The primary benefit of Isoleucine is that it increases the body's ability to expend energy and overcome feelings of fatigue. Because of its metabolism boosting power, this Branched-Chain Amino Acid has the ability to burn fat, increase exercise capacity, and supply the body and mind with much-needed energy.

Testosterone Boosting Tip #8: Eat Heart-Healthy Fats

Testosterone is a steroid hormone which is converted from cholesterol by the testes. Human beings get cholesterol from the fat that they consume. Many people think that fat is invariably bad for you, but the more we understand the human body and its needs, the more clear it is that sugars and carbohydrates are the main culprits for weight gain and obesity, as well as Testosterone Deficiency.

Our fear of fat is primarily related to misconceptions related to early scientific study, when we were still trying to figure out how foods like fat and sugar interact with the body. It may seem logical that Fat Breeds Fat, but this is actually far from the case! Eating healthy fats responsibly can actually help you lose weight faster, keep you healthier, and preserve optimal hormone balance!

What Happens to Testosterone When We Eat Fat?

Eating healthy fats conscientiously, on the other hand, has the power to enhance and optimize your Testosterone Production. The Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism recently released the results of a study in which subjects were fed one hundred grams of fat daily for fourteen days. After the test period was completed, researchers took blood samples of the patients to monitor hormone concentrations related to Testosterone.

Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin Inhibits Free Testosterone

They found that a particular hormone, known as SHBG, or Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin, was inhibited by this form of diet. Testosterone binds with SHBG in the blood stream, preventing it from doing its job. Think of this form of Testosterone as stored. Lower levels of SHBG mean that you have more Free Testosterone. Free Testosterone is Testosterone that the body can immediately use to stimulate tissues throughout the body.

The Body Needs Healthy Fat

Many people think of Saturated Fats as unhealthy, but the human body actually needs Saturated Fat in order to function properly. The most dangerous form of fat is Transfat, and this form of fat should be avoided if at all possible. Polyunsaturated Fats and Monounsaturated Fats are also an important part of the diet as well. All three of these forms of fat are necessary for the body to efficiently produce Testosterone to fulfill the needs of the body.

How Much Fat Should I Include in My Diet?

Evidence suggests that a good rule of thumb is that you should get forty percent of your calories from fat products, primarily from healthy fats. Individuals that consume less fat are more likely to experience issues related to Testosterone Deficiency.

It is vital to note that the human body needs healthy fats from both vegetable and animal sources in order to be able to operate in peak condition. If you get too many calories from carbs and sugars, you are doing your body a disservice and putting yourself at an increased risk of obesity and diabetes.

What Are Some Quality Sources for Healthy Fat?

The following are some examples of good fat sources that can enhance your Endogenous Testosterone Production:

  • Uncooked Natural Nut Oils

  • Palm Oil

  • Fatty Fish Such as Salmon

  • Meat Fed on Grass

  • Avocados

  • Egg Yolks

  • Raw Pecans, Almonds, and Other Nuts

  • Butter Made from Dairy Cows Fed on Grass

  • Coconut Oil

  • Coconut

  • Olive Oil

  • Olives

Testosterone Boosting Tip #9: High Intensity Exercise and Intermittent Fasting

Both High Intensity Workout Routines and Programmed Fasting have been proven to have a positive impact on Testosterone Secretion, and when combined these effects are magnified. As we mentioned in a previous tip, excessive cardio exercise can limit the influence of Testosterone, and slow, methodical heavy weight lifting can positively benefit Testosterone Balance.

What Makes High Intensity Exercise Increase Testosterone?

Intense, quick exercises are a fantastic way to enhance Testosterone Production while also working out large groups of muscles which benefit from exercises related to cardiovascular exercise. These exercises have also been clinically proven to slow down the rate at which Age-Related Testosterone Deficiency becomes problematic for male health.

This form of exercise provides many of the benefits of extended cardio or aerobic activity without the negative influence on Testosterone.

How Does Intermittent Fasting Increase Testosterone Levels?

Intermittent Fasting is a dietary technique in which one goes for an extended period of the day without eating, and consuming all the necessary calories of the day in a small window. This form of diet promotes HGH and Testosterone Secretion by enhancing the activity of a number of different hormones associated with satiation, including melanocortins, colecystokinin, glucagon-like peptide-one, adponectin, leptin, and insulin.

There is evidence that this change in hormone balance can be highly beneficial for many men, increasing both the rate of Testosterone Release and its Activity in the short term while slowing down Age-Related Low-T and boosting sex dive.

Exercising after a period of Intermittent Fasting is highly beneficial, and consuming a protein-rich meal after engaging in your daily workout can make Hormone Balance even more optimal for Testosterone Secretion and Weight Loss.

What is Peak Fitness?

Peak Fitness is a form of High Intensity Exercise which seeks to work out the whole body and emphasize the Hormone-Boosting Benefits of such activity. The following is an example of the kind of High-Intensity Workout which will benefit your health:

  • Start your routine, going slowly, emphasizing the warm up process.

  • Push your body to the limit for thirty seconds, going as fast and as hard as physically possible.

  • Drop the pace for the next minute and a half to give your time to recover.

  • Repeat steps two and three seven additional times.

  • After the eighth cooldown, the workout is complete!

High Intensity Workouts are a simple and effective routine, and you have an immense amount of flexibility in how you'd like to structure your routine! Use whatever equipment that you'd like. You can swim, run on the treadmill, workout on the elliptical-you can convert practically any form of cardiovascular exercise into a fantastic Testosterone Enhancing Activity

Tips For Those Starting Out On High Intensity Exercise

Before starting High Intensity Workouts for the first time, understand that your body may not be ready for the entire process on your first try. Don't be embarrassed to work your way up to the full, vigorous twenty minute routine over the course of a few workout sessions. Also, it's important to remember to stretch properly before starting the routine to reduce the risk of injury.


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 23 February 2014

Testosterone Replacement Therapy does not Increase Heart Attack Risk

Recently, the media began reporting some potentially bad news about Testosterone Replacement. A recent study was published by the non-profit journal, Plos One, claiming that in the initial three months of therapy, that men were more likely to experience a heart attack if they have experienced cardiovascular disease in the past.

Upon closer inspection, however, the study appears to be faulty. This is just one of a number of studies that have been designed questionably but garnered big headlines across television, print, and the web. Another study was released last year in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which also comes to the conclusion that Testosterone Injections and Creams increase the risk of heart attack. That study also had numerous issues which led to faulty conclusions.

The Importance of Estrogen and Red Blood Cell Counts when Considering Testosterone

One of the biggest issues of both of these studies was that neither study measured Testosterone Levels before and after Testosterone Treatment. Another significant problem with the methodologies of both of these studies was that they neglected to perform important tests before treatment was authorized that would have likely disqualified some high risk patients from receiving the therapy, including Estrogen Testing and the Complete Blood Count.

These two tests are both incredibly important because both elevated estrogen levels and red blood cell counts have been previously associated with an increased risk of complication when administering Testosterone Replacement Therapy. These three variables: Endogenous Testosterone Production, Estrogen Production, and Red Blood Cell Count are all tests which are absolutely necessary to determine both whether a patient qualifies for therapy or needs to suspend treatment.

As a result of these questionable studies, there are some that believe that all patients should be informed that Testosterone Replacement Therapy increases the risk of heart disease and heart attack simply as a risk of treatment. This is one case where physicians should be made more aware of the realities of Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy. Our doctors mean well, but they are not always specialists in every form of treatment. For this reason, it is important to increase physicians' awareness regarding particular issues which can increase the potential risks of Testosterone Replacement.

High Red Blood Cell Counts Easy to Treat

It is of utmost importance that medical professionals monitor all three of these variables before and during Testosterone Replacement Therapy, to minimize the health risk to the patient. If, after six months of therapy, the patient has an elevated RBC count, the physician can alter the Testosterone Dosage or simply require that the patient donate blood in order to decrease his RBC count, which will significantly reduce the risks of heart attack, stroke, and clotting.

Medications Available to Control Estrogen Safely

Elevated Estrogen also increases stroke and heart attack risk. If tests show that the patient is suffering from elevated Estrogen levels, there are highly effective medications which can suppress Estrogen Levels, reducing them to normal. These studies did not perform due diligence to protect their patients from the well-documented and easily preventable risks associated with Testosterone Replacement, and they got faulty data as a result.

Viagra Used by Control Patients Vastly Skews Results

In addition to these issues with the construction of the study, there are other issues which greatly reduce the quality of the results. The biggest problem with the study has not even been acknowledged by the authors of the study: Some of the men in the study were taking PDE5 inhibitors, and this group was compared to other patients which were not taking PDE5 medication.

Researchers found that patients that take these medications, such as Viagra and Cialis, were less likely to experience heart complications during treatment. The authors included PDE5 inhibitors in an attempt to ensure that all patients were able to be sexually active. They used PDE5 drugs in order to control for the improved libido associated with increased Testosterone.

What they did not acknowledge was that PDE5 inhibitors not only affect sexual function in males, they also impact cardiovascular health in a number of positive ways. Two forms of PDE5 Inhibitor have actually been FDA-approved for the treatment of hypertension, because these medications all have the ability to reduce blood pressure by relaxing the blood vessels.

The Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics recently released a study which provides powerful evidence that PDE5 Inhibitors can be used as heart drugs for individuals suffering from coronary artery disease. The study also suggests that these drugs can be used in order to improve the health outcomes of patients suffering from heart failure.

The potential cardiovascular benefits of PDE5 Inhibitors make these drugs a terrible option to control for the potential heart risks of Testosterone Replacement Therapy, because men that take PDE5 drugs will have healthier hearts on average than men that do not take them, thus making Testosterone Replacement appear more dangerous than it truly is in reality.

Body of Research Suggests that Testosterone Replacement Therapy is Safe

Although this Plos One study is getting a lot of media coverage, it contradicts twenty years of research which shows that Testosterone Patches, Injections, and Creams have the ability to improve heart health by increasing muscle mass and reducing body fat while balancing both blood sugar and cholesterol.

The Journal of the American Heart Association recently released a research survey which further reduces the credibility of the Plos One article. In this review, over one hundred studies were analyzed, looking for evidence regarding how Testosterone Replacement Therapy impacts the cardiovascular health of patients.

The researchers came to the conclusion that Testosterone Deficiency is powerfully linked to a number of mortality risks, including increased incidence of diabetes and obesity as well as elevated risk of heart attack, stroke, and other dangerous cardiovascular conditions such as atherosclerosis. Researchers also discovered that the more severe the Testosterone Deficiency, the more dangerous that the symptoms manifested themselves.

The literature review offers near-incontrovertible evidence that Testosterone Replacement improves heart health by relaxing the coronary arteries and helping men with heart failure to engage in physical exercise. Testosterone HRT has also been shown to reduce BMI and control blood sugar in patients suffering from diabetes, which also preserves heart health and reduces mortality risk.

Single Studies Are Often Unreliable: No Evidence that Testosterone HRT Endangers the Heart

Remember this the next time you hear about a single study espousing the potential dangers of Testosterone Replacement Therapy. The body of research as a whole suggests otherwise, and it will take powerful evidence to prove otherwise.


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 24 January 2014

One of the awesome things about Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy is that there are a lot of effective treatment options available to restore your Endogenous Testosterone Production. One of these options is the Testosterone Transdermal Patch. The goal of these Testosterone patches is to correct the symptoms of Low-T in males that do not naturally make sufficient Testosterone, an issue that becomes more common and problematic with age.

Testosterone is one of the many vitally important hormones created by the human body and it regulates and contributes to many different functions. Testosterone is important for body composition, bone mineral density, and sexual function, just to mention a few benefits. Men that suffer from Low-T experience a number of significant symptoms that can make it harder for them to live a longer and happier life, including:

  • Low Energy

  • Extreme Fatigue

  • Loss of Sex Drive

  • Depression

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Osteoporosis

  • Anxiety

  • Loss of Muscle Mass

  • Increased Body Fat

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Patches have the ability to mitigate or cancel out the effects of Testosterone Decline by providing Bio-Identical Testosterone directly through the skin through an easy-to-apply patch.

Common Brands of Testosterone Transdermal Patch

  • Androderm

  • Axiron

  • Testoderm

How Are Testosterone Patches Used?

Testosterone Patches are intended to be applied directly to the skin. These patches are intended to be applied once every 24 hours. Most physicians recommend applying the Testosterone Patch at night, sometime between 8 p.m. And 12. a.m. To maximize the benefits, it is important to apply the patch at the same time every day. Like all prescription medications, it is vitally important to follow both the advice of your doctor and the instructions on the medication itself.

Use Testosterone Transdermal Patches only as directed. Excess use of Testosterone Patches can lead to a greatly increased risk of experiencing side effects, and applying patches less often than prescribed can greatly reduce the effectiveness of the medication. Never apply more patches than your physician recommends.

Where Are Testosterone Patches Applied?

Some of the most recommended areas of the body to apply Transdermal Testosterone Patches are the thighs, stomach, back, and upper arm. You want the area where the patch is to be applied to be a clean and relatively smooth area.

Here are some places that you don't need to apply Testosterone Patches:

  • Skin covered in high levels of body hair

  • Areas of skin prone to producing too much oil

  • Areas of the body which produce high levels of perspiration

  • Directly on top of a bone such as the hip or shoulder

  • Places that experience high levels of pressure upon sleeping or sitting

  • Directly upon the scrotum

  • Irritated skin

  • Wounded skin

  • Open sores

In addition to these suggestions, it is also important to apply the Testosterone Patch to an area of the body that remains flat at all times. Don't place the Testosterone Patch on areas of the body that can be excessively stretched, folded, or pulled in normal, everyday activity.

Like other forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy Treatment, it is important to rotate treatment sites with every administration. For Testosterone Patches, most physicians recommend to choose a different area of the body every day of the week. After seven days, it is okay to apply the patch to the same spot once again.

Understand that once you apply the Testosterone Patch, it should remain on at all times over the next 24 hours. Don't remove the Low-T Patch for any reason. The Testosterone Patch is perfectly suitable for sex, showers, baths, and swimming, as long as the patch was applied effectively.

Occasionally, the Testosterone Patch may become loose. If this occurs, simply smooth the patch back directly to the skin with your fingertips. If the patch completely falls off before lunchtime, simply apply a new patch to replace the old one. If the patch falls off after lunchtime, simply wait until the next scheduled time to apply a new patch.

One important thing to note is that although Testosterone Replacement Therapy is a highly effective treatment for Testosterone Deficiency, it is not a cure. Testosterone Patches are intended to supplement or replace your body's own natural Testosterone Production, and Testosterone Levels naturally decline with age.

It is also important to recognize that you need to continue to apply Testosterone Patches even if you eventually feel perfectly healthy. The benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy will gradually fade over the course of weeks and months if you suspend treatment, and your symptoms will eventually return. Don't halt Testosterone HRT without discussing it with your physician.

How to Apply a Testosterone Patch

One thing that makes people really like Testosterone Patches is that they produce very little mess and they are very easy to apply. In order to apply a Testosterone Transdermal Patch, simply follow these instructions:

  • Disinfect and clean the area where you will apply the patch.

  • Take a wrapped patch and tear the edge off the foil pouch. Don't open the foil until you are absolutely ready to administer the patch.

  • The Testosterone Patch itself will have a protective liner. Carefully pull this liner off, as well as the protective silver patch. Simply throw these away.

  • Carefully take the patch and place it on the desired area with the sticky side facing the skin. Press the patch against the skin firmly for the next ten seconds. Before moving on with your day, inspect the patch, making sure that is entirely adhered to your skin, especially the edges of the patch.

  • At the end of the day, or when it is time to take off the patch, simply pull it from the skin and toss it in a trash can or other waste container. Make sure that the waste container is completely out of reach of both pets and children. They can experience side-effects if they play with or chew on the used patches.

  • After throwing the old patch away safely, immediately apply a new patch to a different area of the skin, using the same instructions.

Testosterone Patch Precautions

Testosterone Patches are a safe way to effectively supplement your hormone levels, but there are some precautions that you should take when beginning or continuing a Testosterone Replacement Patch Regimen.

Precautions to Take before Using Testosterone Patches for the First Time:

  • A small number of people are allergic to Testosterone, or other medications related to Testosterone. Let your physician know.

  • Before starting Testosterone Therapy, make sure that your physician and your pharmacist are aware of all medications, herbal remedies, nutritional supplements, and vitamins that you are currently taking. Some of these products may impact the success or safety of your Testosterone Replacement Regimen.

  • Be especially sure to tell your physician if you take insulin or blood thinners, because a sudden change in Testosterone Balance can impact the effects of both of these types of medications. Testosterone Replacement Therapy may necessitate a need to alter your medication dose, or may require you to be a bit more vigilant regarding certain side-effects.

  • Inform your doctor if you have a personal or family history of prostate or breast cancer. It is also important for your physician to know if you have ever been diagnosed with liver disease, heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, or any blood disorders.

  • Unlike other forms of Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy, Testosterone Dermal Patches are only indicated for use in male patients. Testosterone Patches are not formulated for women, and they should not use Testosterone Patches.

  • It is especially important for women that are currently pregnant or may become pregnant to avoid any contact with these medications because they can impact the health of the unborn child. Women that are currently breast feeding should also avoid any form of Testosterone Replacement Therapy because Testosterone may be able to pass to the child through breast milk.

  • If you have an appointment to undergo Magnetic Resonance Imaging, also known as an MRI, inform your doctor because you will likely have to remove the patch in order to safely undergo MRI Scanning.

  • Testosterone is perfectly safe for sexual activity under most circumstances. The likelihood of exposing your female partner with more than just trace amounts of Testosterone is very unlikely. That being said, it is important to contact a physician immediately if your partner shows signs of being exposed to Testosterone, such as if she starts to develop acne or if she experiences changes in hair growth.

  • With Testosterone Patches, there is a risk of experiencing skin irritation in the area where the patch is applied. There is no reason to suspend therapy in the case that you experience slight skin irritation, simply treat the area with a bit of hydrocortisone cream after taking off the patch. It is also important to only use hydrocortisone cream and not use the ointment form. If the skin does not improve after hydrocortisone treatment, you should contact your physician, and he or she will likely offer you a prescription form treatment in order to prevent or eliminate skin irritation.

Are there any dietary restrictions or recommendations associated with Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

Under most circumstances, there are no dietary restrictions or recommendations with Testosterone Patches beyond sticking to a healthy diet in order to maximize the health benefits of treatment. However, Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy will safely restore Testosterone Production even without any changes in diet or nutrition.

What If I Forget to Apply a Patch on Time?

If you forget to put on your Testosterone Patch for the day, simply apply the patch as soon as you can. The only circumstance where you should skip the dose is if it is nearly time to apply the next day's patch. The most important thing to take note of is that you should never apply more patches than prescribed in order to catch up for a missed dose.

What Side Effects Can Result from using Bio-Identical Testosterone Patches?

As with any form of Testosterone, there is always some risk of side-effects associated with Testosterone Transdermal Patches. You may experience these minor side-effects. If these side-effects become severe, or if they remain persistent, please inform your doctor:

  • Burning

  • Hardness

  • Redness

  • Pain

  • Blisters

  • Itching

If you experience the following symptoms, inform your physician, because you may need to adjust your Testosterone Replacement Therapy. These symptoms are not dangerous, and in many cases are only temporary:

  • Headache

  • Depression

  • Acne

  • Difficulty Urinating

  • Frequent Urinating

  • Depression

In rare cases, you may experience more serious symptoms as a result of Testosterone Treatment. These symptoms are very uncommon, but if you do experience any of these symptoms, contact your physician immediately:

  • Yellowing Eyes or Skin

  • Increased Experience of Erection

  • Erections that Don't Go Away

  • Vomiting

  • Bloody Vomit

  • Black Vomit

  • Nausea

  • Ankle Swelling

  • Tarry, Black Stool

  • Bloody Stool

  • Erections that Happen More Than Usual or That Do Not Go Away

  • Severe Itching

  • Hives

  • Rashes

  • Difficulty Swallowing

  • Difficulty Breathing

Please note that this is not a definitive list of symptoms. Talk to your physician to learn about the other risks that are potentially associated with treatment.

Testosterone Pills and other medications similar to Testosterone that are taken orally for extended periods of time have the potential to cause serious and life-threatening damage to the liver, and have also been shown to contribute to liver cancer. There is no evidence that current medical forms of Testosterone such as Testosterone Patches, Creams, and Intramuscular Injections have any negative impact on the health of the liver when used in therapeutic doses.

There is no definitive evidence regarding the correlation between Testosterone Replacement Therapy and an increased risk of Prostate Cancer. Evidence suggests that Testosterone may exacerbate existing Prostate Cancer under certain circumstances, and Testosterone HRT should not be taken if you are currently experiencing Prostate Cancer.

Storage and Disposal Recommendations for Testosterone Transdermal Patches

  • When storing Testosterone Patches, keep the treatment in the container that you received it in. Keep the container closed tightly, and put the box somewhere safe and out of the reach of pets or children.

  • Testosterone Patches should be stored at room temperature, and the effectiveness of treatment can be impacted by excess moisture or exposure to heat. Don't store Testosterone Patches in the bathroom for this reason.

  • Apply Testosterone Patches as soon as you open up the protective pouch that it is contained in. Testosterone Patches are sensitive to extreme pressure and heat and there is a risk that the patch can burst if exposed to these conditions.

  • If the patch is damaged or if the protective patch has been tampered with, do not administer the medication.

  • If you no longer have a need for your Testosterone Patches or if the medication has passed its expiration date, simply throw away the patches. For more information regarding proper disposal, talk to your physician.

What Should You Do in the Case of Severe Testosterone Overdose?

If you wear more Testosterone Patches than you have been prescribed, mix different forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy, or if you wear patches for an excessive length of time, you may deliver an overdose of Testosterone to your blood stream. If you do so, there is a chance that you may experience significant symptoms.

If you experience symptoms resulting from Testosterone Overdose, contact a poison control center immediately. In the event that you are caring for a victim that has stopped breathing or has otherwise collapsed, call 911.

Symptoms of Testosterone Overdose:

  • Weakness of Numbness of a Leg or Arm

  • Fainting or Faintness

  • Slurred, Slow, or Difficult Speech

Other Important Testosterone Transdermal Patch Information

Semi-annual medical appointments are an important part of any form of Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Never skip a medical appointment with your physician or the lab associated with your blood testing. Throughout Testosterone Treatment, your physician will order laboratory tests in order to ensure that you are responding appropriately to the medical treatment.

When your physician recommends that you undergo evaluation, always go to the same medical clinic, because different labs often perform the same diagnostic tests in slightly different ways that can impact the results.

Testosterone Patches and other forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy can impact the results of some types of lab testing. Before you undergo any form of medical testing or diagnostic evaluation, inform your physician and the specialists at the lab about your current Testosterone Replacement Protocol.

Never let anyone else try or make contact with your medication. Testosterone is only intended for the treatment of clinically diagnosed Testosterone Deficiency, and the use by healthy individuals significantly increases the risk of experiencing side-effects.

General Testosterone Transdermal Patch Information

Testosterone Patches vs. Testosterone Gels

These forms of therapy are both very easy to use and don't require much preparation. Testosterone Patches do give a more streamlined dosage of Testosterone through an entire 24 hour period than Testosterone Gels. Testosterone Gels provide a fairly steady level of Testosterone, but Testosterone Levels drop more quickly. Testosterone Gels do involve a bit of mess, which may lead you to prefer Testosterone Patches. Testosterone Gels are approved for use by women. Testosterone Patches are not approved for women.

Testosterone Patches vs. Testosterone Injections

Testosterone Injections have three advantages over Testosterone Patches. First, Testosterone Injections are cheaper than Testosterone Patches, which may influence the decision of the more price-conscious patient. Second, Testosterone Injections dosage can be titrated to provide a very specific dosage. Testosterone Patches come in specific doses, which generally start at 2 milligrams, which is why the patches aren't approved for usage by women. Third, Testosterone Injections only need to be administered every week to two weeks, whereas Testosterone Patches must be applied daily.

Testosterone Patches vs. Testosterone Pellets

Testosterone Pellets have the advantage of being the most cost effective form of Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy, costing between $230-$500 per dose. A single dose lasts three to four months for women and four to five months for women. They supply an incredibly steady level of Testosterone as they dissolve underneath the skin, making them slightly more steady than Testosterone Patches. Testosterone Pellets are inserted using a slightly invasive yet minor out-patient surgery.

How Much do Testosterone Patches Cost?

Testosterone Pellets and Injections are the cheapest forms of therapy as of today. Testosterone Injections cost around $100-$200 per month. Testosterone Patches and Testosterone Creams both cost $200-$500 per month. The reason that these forms of treatment are more expensive is that they are still patented medications. Once these treatments go generic, the price will drop.

Testosterone Patches have a number of advantages over Testosterone Injections. First, there is very little prep and no pain associated with use of Testosterone Patches. Some people may wish to avoid needles, or would simply like to avoid the mild pain associated with Testosterone Injections. Testosterone Patches are much easier to use. Testosterone Patches also provide a very steady level of Testosterone over time, whereas Testosterone Injections have a higher level of variation between doses.

Testosterone Patch Dosage

The normal initial dose for many forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy is four milligrams of Testosterone per day, applied every evening and kept on the skin for a full 24 hour period. After two weeks of treatment, Testosterone Levels will be checked in the morning after the treatment was applied the night before. At this point, the treatment dosage will be adjusted if needed in order for Serum Testosterone Levels to reach a point between 400-930 nanograms per deciliter by increasing the dosage to six milligrams or reducing the dose to two milligrams. Certain treatment providers may provide more specific levels of patch dosage.

How to Get Testosterone Patches

Testosterone Patches can be acquired via prescription for the treatment of Testosterone Deficiency. The Conscious Evolution Institute offers many forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy, including Testosterone Patches, Testosterone Creams, and Testosterone Injections. The Conscious Evolution Institute offers fast and efficient diagnosis and prescription for various forms of Hormone Replacement Therapy including Testosterone HRT, Sermorelin Acetate HRT, and Human Growth Hormone HRT.

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