The best thing you can do to boost testosterone isn’t to spend $100s on pills, expensive foods, supplements, but can help you save a ton of money in the process.

The answer to this problem is actually very simple.

But in a present-minded world where the average person struggles to defer gratification, the solution might not go down well.

If you are serious about boosting your testosterone levels, the number one best thing you can do is… *drumroll* lose fat.

That’s it.

It is as simple as that.

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The Best Thing to Boost Testosterone Levels — Lose Fat

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I know it won’t be what many of you would like to hear.

Fat loss takes time and is uncomfortable.

But getting down to 10-15% bodyfat is optimal for endogenous natural testosterone production in men.

Times have been tough on the average person over the past few years.

The pandemic has led to a tremendous weight gain around the board as people have favored food delivery services over preparing homecooked meals consisting of whole foods.

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Excess Body Fat Destroys Testosterone Production in Multiple Ways

Excess bodyfat is intrinsically estrogenic — and can cause issues in BOTH men and women through an overproduction of estrogen. Fat cells contain high levels of aromatase that convert testosterone to estrogen. Abdominal fat is particularly fiendish for simultaneously lowering testosterone and increasing estrogen.

Excess bodyfat is also pro-inflammatory, inflammation has been linked with lower testosterone levels.

Metabolic issues such as insulin resistance have also been linked with low testosterone levels. Holding abdominal fat can skyrocket your chances of being insulin resistant — and lead to a slew of health issues aside from low testosterone.

A reduction in ultra-processed food consumption can also help boost testosterone levels. The advent of ultra-processed foods and highly pro-inflammatory seed oils are apportioned much blame for our current health crises, including exploding obesity rates.

As put by Everlywell:

In short, there is evidence that estrogen can lower testosterone production by triggering signals to your hypothalamus and pituitary glands that tell your brain you don’t need anymore testosterone.

And with drastically reduced testosterone levels, the motivation to hit the gym – and regularly get a good workout in – can diminish. Thus, in the words of one group of researchers, a “vicious circle” comes into play: obesity reduces testosterone through the conversion of testosterone to estrogen – and by estrogen’s signaling effects on your brain – and subsequently, the lack of motivation and energy to exercise further fuels obesity. This cycle can then repeat itself, over and over again – seriously jeopardizing your health and metabolic balance.”

Not only can excess bodyfat significantly reduce your testosterone levels, but it can also lower your motivation to do something about it.

We have written in length about the benefits of having higher testosterone levels. From increased motivation to improved mental health and lower bodyfat percentage, higher testosterone levels will raise your quality of life.

Aim to get down to 10-15% bodyfat for optimal testosterone production. If you wish to increase your testosterone levels further, there are certain routes such as supplementation and other medical interventions.

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