The relationship between diabetes and testosterone

Diabetes and testosterone have a nasty relationship and, truth be told, if we develop diabetes, chances are that our testosterone will be lower than those free of this ailment. Diabetes type 1 is the nastiest kind and usually diagnosed in children and young adults. About 5% of people with diabetes have this form of the […]

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Does creatine increase testosterone?

Creatine is one of the most researched supplements, and it’s pretty safe according all those studies. Creatine gives you more power in your workouts, you can exert more, your muscles will grow even bigger with creatine. In fact, creatine is a natural substance in our body. If you are eating meat and fish, you will […]

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Meat and testosterone (and cancer)

We saw that vegetarianism is not the best dietary choice if we want more testosterone. Saturated fat is a key component in a testosterone diet, because there is a positive relationship between saturated fat intake and healthy testosterone levels. And that means meat, one of the most criminalized foods today. There is something about meat […]

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DHT, erectile dysfunction, finasteride and male pattern baldness, what’s the truth about all of this?

Not all testosterone is created equally. As the testosterone book explains, there are several kinds of testosterone and one of the most controversial is DHT or Dihydrotestosterone. DHT have been accused of prostate enlargement and cancer and Male pattern baldness. As everything related to testosterone, there is confusing information everywhere. Some years ago it was […]

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BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids) and Testosterone

Summer is over and the testosterone blog returns with more information about how to increase your testosterone naturally. Today, we are going to start a series about supplements and testosterone. As you know, I don’t make a dime from supplements, so I have no vested interest in them. That way, I can speak freely. If […]

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The fascinating relationship between mind and testosterone

I know that the title sounds goofy, but it’s true, there is a powerful relationship, and it goes way beyond that study and TED talk about power postures. Besides that, this is the key that I see time and again, ignored by other books and programs about testosterone. We saw in the testosterone book the […]

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The relationship between different diets and testosterone

Diet is a very important cornerstone if you want to increase your testosterone. You cannot avoid this, if your diet is crap, your testosterone will be crap, simple as that. Time and time again, the direct relationship between diet and hormones has been established. In the testosterone book, the optimal diet to increase your testosterone […]

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How running and cycling can lower your testosterone

As I say in this blog and in the Testosterone book, if we want to look like warriors with high testosterone, we must become one. We are made to move, but we live seated. That’s killing us and it’s killing our testosterone. It’s much better to do something than nothing, and if you like to run […]

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