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This is definitely a great article on how to naturally raise your testosterone levels, but there are a couple of points I would like to add.
1) Zinc will also help to raise testosterone levels but should be taken with calcium. If you supplement with either of these minerals, be sure to take the other as well because they are crucial to one another’s function inside the body.
2) DHEA is another good supplement that can boost testosterone levels. You do not want to take too much DHEA though because it can actually convert to estrogen inside the body.
3) If you are experiencing the signs or symptoms of Low T, you should consider taking a look at your medicine cabinet. Many popular medicines have been known to lower testosterone levels or give off Low T like symptoms such as .

Helpful article, however, I will have to disagree with your comment about sprinting. Sprinting is a maximal effort exercise which constitutes the body’s reliance on predominantly carbohydrates and not fat. The fast catabolism of carbohydrates causes the lactic acid build up. The maximal exercise will actually not burn any fat but will boost testosterone levels. Also, the exercise can produce increased muscle mass, which can increase resting energy expenditure. Since your body burns predominantly fat at rest this can indirectly help you lose fat weight. If a person wants to become more efficient in metabolizing fat and lactic acid, they should focus on long duration (greater than 30 minutes) and low to moderate intensity exercises (~20-60% MHR)

Mike, thanks for the research. I am 44 and never had a flat belly in my life. I have lifted on and off but am fairly regular since the last year. I am seeing gains but my belly is seeing gains too. I just started fasted cardio in mornings and increased my activity levels. What can I do to get a flat belly (forget a 6 pack). It seems no matter what i do my body fat is on the rise. My eating habits are OK. I used to eat lots of soy but have completely cut down on that. Should i try some T supp? or your fat burners? I feel i can get the muscle easily but the belly fat is so annoying. Oh never smoke and no alcohol for almost a year.

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Mike, thanks for the research. I am 44 and never had a flat belly in my life. I have lifted on and off but am fairly regular since the last year. I am seeing gains but my belly is seeing gains too. I just started fasted cardio in mornings and increased my activity levels. What can I do to get a flat belly (forget a 6 pack). It seems no matter what i do my body fat is on the rise. My eating habits are OK. I used to eat lots of soy but have completely cut down on that. Should i try some T supp? or your fat burners? I feel i can get the muscle easily but the belly fat is so annoying. Oh never smoke and no alcohol for almost a year.

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