Decreasing testosterone in females

6. Eat a serving of good fat. As you fat intake goes up, so do your T levels. Aim to get at least 30% of your calories from fat today and spread your consumption of it throughout the day. Monosaturated fats-the kind found in nuts, fish, olives, olive oil, seeds, and avocados-are particularly beneficial to your testosterone level (and your health). ((http:///cgi/content/abstract/82/1/49)) Also, don’t be afraid of saturated fat; that whole business about it raising your cholesterol and causing heart disease is a bunch of rubbish. ((http:///cda/?site=MensHealth&channel=health&category=&conitem=a03ddd2eaab85110VgnVCM10000013281eac____))

Testosterone makes you angry.  This is probably the most common myth about T. The reality is that there’s no concrete evidence that high testosterone levels cause anger and violent outbursts. In fact, the opposite might be true; low testosterone, not high T, is what causes anger and irritability in men. As discussed above, having low T levels has been linked to depression in men and it just so happens that two of the primary symptoms of depression in men are increased angry outbursts and irritability. So if you’re chronically angry, you might be depressed, and you might be depressed because you have low T. As I mentioned above, I became  less  moody and irritable during my experiment, which I attribute to the boost in my testosterone levels.

Decreasing testosterone in females

decreasing testosterone in females

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