It’s been observed that men over 40 develop belly fat which is resistant and is not easy to shed.
Today lets discuss the underlying causes of this very prevalent condition in men.
Excessive alcohol intake
Eating too many processed carbohydrates
Low growth hormone levels
And fortunately all of the above are correctable causes.
Symptoms of low Testosterone:
Low sex drive
Decreased muscle mass
Low energy, Fatigue
Low sperm count
Avoid intake of following foods:
Packed and processed foods
Wheat/gluten (including bread, pasta, crackers)
Corn in any form(it’s highly inflammatory)
Starchy vegetable like potatoes
Refined white sugar (including brown sugar, sugar syrup, cane sugar)
White rice/white rice flour
Refined grain oils (corn oil, safflower oil, canola oil, etc.)
Artificial sweeteners (blue, yellow, and pink packets)
Soda or sports drinks of any kind
High sugar fruits like melon, plums, bananas, grapes, oranges (can only be an occasional treat)
How to boost Testosterone naturally:
Foods to help:
Pumpkin seeds and flax seeds
Eggs with yolks
Healthy fats such as coconut oil, Avocados, walnuts etc…
Keto diet helps boost testosterone levels
Organic soaked and dehydrated nuts
Maintain levels of Vitamin D
Maintain normal levels of Zinc
Avoid alcohol abuse
Maintain Dhea levels to optimum ( for men 400 to 600)
Avoid estrogen imbalance coming from plastics
Keep your detoxification pathways patent.
If you think your testosterone levels are low you are unable to bring them back to normal, we can help with bio hormone replacement for males over 50 and with diet and nutritional supplementation therapy for men below 50.
Dr. Kalpana Shekhawat M.D.
Functional Medicine Specialist
Website : http://www.freedomage.in/low-testosterone-and-belly-fat/