Testosterone, Muscle and Fat:

Understanding the Effects of Testosterone on Healthy Weight Maintenance

 

With levels typically 15 to 20 times higher in men than in women, testosterone is the hormone that primarily interacts with skeletal muscle. Muscular development is highly correlated with testosterone levels. Additionally, testosterone levels that are too high could lead to excessive levels of visceral fat. In general, there is a small range associated with optimal testosterone levels. So, if you desire to increase your muscular development and limit your fat development simultaneously, then you may need to naturally increase your testosterone levels - but not too much.





Consider the following testosterone facts:



Do not make the mistake of increasing your testosterone levels too greatly. Having too much testosterone in the blood promotes body fat gains every bit as much as having too little testosterone. Also be aware that an increase of androgens also leads to an increase in appetite. And obviously, if you eat voraciously, you are very likely to begin packing on fat tissue. The high number of the androgen receptors in your fat cells act as magnets for testosterone.





More facts about the relationship between testosterone and the development of fat tissue:



More quick, useful facts about testosterone:



Decreasing visceral fat levels, increasing muscular development, maintaining appropriate libido levels, protecting yourself from disease, remaining energetic and experiencing overall well-being are all results of maintaining appropriate natural testosterone levels. Never underestimate the importance of testosterone for recognizing your healthy weight maintenance goals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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