Approximately every 4 seconds, one Testoserone producing cell dies in a man’s testicles without being replaced. At age 18, a man has about 700 million healthy Testosterone producing cells. By age 70, only about 1/3 of those cells remain.
An aging body still needs Testosterone just like a younger man’s body. Sadly, the aging body can not produce the Testosterone that it requires and a man’s health deteriorates. When you combine the lowered Testosterone production with the multitude of hormone disruptors in our environment, it is no wonder that so many men are suffering from low Testosterone at younger ages than before.
Over time, with lowering Testosterone levels comes a decrease in muscle mass, mood changes, decreased mental abilities, increased fat, decreased overall vitality, increased aches and pains, etc. It is not just about sexual function.
By replacing your deficient Testosterone, you can regain your health and vitality. Combining Testosterone replacement (prescribed by your hormone specialist) along with a healthy diet (low sugar, high vegetable and healthy proteins), good sleep habits, and exercise will definitely help you to feel and look your best for many years.