I tried your advice and the steak and eggs diet, not strictly because it is murder to cook during the Australian heat waves at the moment but I also drink coconut water and cooked with coconut oil and replaced cow’s milk with almond+coconut milk, and I lost 6kg within 2 weeks doing this while eating a lot of beef and eggs and adding onions too. It actually balanced my hormones to normal (there is way too much soy added to our foods here in Australia, it’s in everything from sauces to cereals). Very happy with this steak & eggs diet and will try this the proper way when the weather cools down some. I also didn’t do much exercise but I will be doing some power walking and jogging again when this heat wave goes away (I’m prone to get dizzy spells from the heat). Thanks for your blog, I find it very useful, I’m a woman but I prefer getting health advice from people who tell it like it is and don’t sugar coat it.
Hello, I’m a 24 year old man and I just found this interesting site. I am currently sexually active so I believe that my testosterone levels are normal, right? Anyway…I have male-pattern baldness (frontal) and it’s just making me depressed to be honest. I am currently trying a possible DHT blocker called: Saw palmetto. It’s a standardized extract which has 85%-95% fatty acids. I wanted to know if this might reduce the amount of hairs I’m currently losing from male pattern baldness? many people within articles claim that research done on saw palmetto is limited but promising and that it blocks DHT and allows for new hair to grow over the course of maybe 4-9 months.
If you’re a healthy guy in your 30s and 40s, your testosterone will be declining—but that doesn’t mean you actually need treatment. “If you go in and say, ‘Well, you know, in the past 10 years I’ve gotten more tired, I’m having trouble keeping weight off…’ that’s simply not enough—it’s a natural phenomenon!” Jacques Baillargeon, ., an epidemiologist at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, told Men’s Fitness. However, if you’re a man north of 50, and you’re having difficulty getting it up, you’re feeling depressed, and you’re generally unhappy, you should seek out TRT.