How to Increase Your Metabolism!
Boost Resting Metabolic Rate, Naturally
Take a chubby guy and give him a hypodermic needle and 100 milligrams of injectable testosterone a day.
Lay back for a few weeks and watch what happens.
What you'll find is, that once ever so chubby guy isn't quite so chubby anymore.
As a matter of fact, he'll lean out and muscle up so fast, you'll be stunned once you lay your eyes on him.
Stunned, at least in the beginning stages, before estrogen levels spike, and all the other negative side effects kick in.
But I regress...
The title of the page your reading now is...
"How to Increase Your Metabolism"
If you haven't figured it out already, the answer to that question is, boost your testosterone levels, naturally.
Naturally as in, without the artificial hormones, the injections, creams, patches, or negative side effects.
Testosterone stimulates metabolism by rapidly accelerating muscle growth and development.
And this muscle burns through your body fat, twenty four hours a day, 7 days a week.
Most estimates put this burn at somewhere between 35 and 50 calories per day, per pound of muscle.
Testosterone also stimulates the production of IGF-I in the body and down regulates IGF binding protein-4 inside your muscles.
The mighty T also increases energy, which leads to more activity, movement, and action on your part, which revs up the metabolic fires even further.
Still not sold?
Well, how about this...
Once a man hits his mid 20's, his metabolism will begin to slow at a rate of up to 10 percent per decade.
This means you could experience a whopping 50 percent drop in metabolic rate during your time spent here on earth.
And the lower your metabolism the more fatigue, weight gain, low blood pressure, constipation and other health problems you'll suffer.
So what's the answer?
Do whatever it takes to maintain high levels of testosterone and muscle as you move on in years..
Hang onto to both, and you won't be hit so hard by the ravages of aging.
Len Kravitz, PhD, an exercise and science researcher out of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, recently came out with a paper titled...
Yes, Resistance Training Can Reverse the Aging Process
Here are a few highlight from this excellent paper...
Sarcopenia is defined as the age related loss of muscle mass and strength in humans.
According to Kravitz:
20 percent of all men over the age of 80 will experience very debilitating sarcopenia, costing the U.S. health care system more than $18 billion a year.
Also...Long-term resistance training is associated with a lower risk of age related sarcopenia, leading to lower rates of morbidity and mortality.
Here's the bottom line!
That muscle on your frame, and the testosterone in your blood that fuels it, need to be maintained at all costs.
You metabolism, your energy, and your very life just may depend on it.Side Effect Free Hormone Replacement