Why Do Fat Men Have Low Testosterone?
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Overweight and have low testosterone? Here’s why.
0:00 Why do fat men have low testosterone?
0:10 Androgen, estrogen, and aromatase
0:33 Signs of low testosterone
0:46 Causes of excess aromatase
1:17 How to fix low testosterone
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In this video, I’m going to talk about why men who are overweight often have low testosterone.
Your body can turn androgen—which includes testosterone—into estrogen with an enzyme called aromatase. If you have too much aromatase, you will develop an imbalance of too much estrogen and not enough androgen.
If you have this problem, you may experience these signs of low testosterone:
1. Breast tissue
4. Decreased libido
Aromatase is made in several different tissues throughout the body, including bone, brain, testicle, and fat tissue.
The more fat you have in your body—both subcutaneous and visceral—the more aromatase you will have. In turn, you can develop low testosterone. High levels of estrogen can also block testosterone.
To fix low testosterone, you have to lose weight. The best way to lose weight is to go on a healthy ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting plan.
While you’re losing weight, you can also use aromatase inhibitors as well as compounds that help build up testosterone. These include:
• DIM (a concentrated cruciferous compound)
• Stinging nettle root
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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up why men who are overweight or obese have problems with low testosterone. See you in the next video.