How To Reduce Estrogen Levels!
As you age, Testosterone levels begin to decline, while estrogen levels go up. It's a bit of a catch 22.
The enzyme that converts testosterone into estrogen (aromatase), resides primarily in the fat cells.
As you get older, you begin to lose muscle and gain fat. The more fat you carry, the more estrogen you will produce.
Allow this process to snowball, and things can get ugly!
The next time you're at the pool, look around at all the older men who have grown man boobs and you'll see what I'm talking about.
When a guy starts developing breasts, and storing fat on the hips, thighs, and butt, he's entered the estrogen zone. He's losing his masculinity.
Yup, he's becoming a woman!
Recent studies have shown that the estrogen levels of the average 54 year old man are higher than those of the average 59 year-old women!
Not only scary, but unnatural!
Trust me, this is not the way it's supposed to be!
Excess body fat, pesticides, chemicals, improper diet, prescription medications and excessive alcohol intake all contribute to this feminization of men.
Feminization may sound like a harsh word, but look around you!
There are men all over the place with big round butts, curvy hips, and boobs that would make you look twice if they were mounted on the chest of a woman.
Unfortunately, this is so common, and we see it so much, we're almost blind to it.
If you suspect you have elevated estrogen levels, it's important that you get your blood levels checked.
If you have high estrogen, chances are good that your doctor will recommend drugs, or testosterone replacement therapy. Do yourself a favor!
Tell the doctor to take a hike!
Instead, make a few lifestyle changes, and you'll Reduce Your Estrogen Load naturally.
Make a lifelong commitment to
and hang on to your muscle mass! I can't stress the importance of this enough.
Intense Exercise is a huge part of our genetic heritage. Men were made to move heavy objects, to work, to sweat!
The modern world has taken that away from us, and we're paying the price physically!
3 or 4 brief and intense exercise sessions a week can make a huge impact on your life.
Just do it!