Testosterone (T) is pretty important for men. That is, if you want to avoid the decidedly undesirable symptoms of low testosterone such as suboptimal prostate functions,[i]decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, decreased volume of ejaculate, loss of body and facial hair, weakness, decreased bone density, decreased lean body mass (less muscle), increased body fat, fatigue and anemia (iron deficiency).[ii] Recent evidence also strongly suggests that T-deﬁciency predisposes men to various chronic illnesses, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis (weak bones).[iii]
Yeah, we don’t like the sound of any of that, either.
If you’d rather do all you can to naturally keep your T levels high (and your manhood healthy!), keep reading!