randomized controlled study published 3yrs ago in the same journal showed that supplementing low to borderline low testosterone levels in frail elderly men lead to an increase in lean body mass & decrease in fat mass. In other words, this study suggests that the egg hatched the chicken.Granted, I'm not any where near their level of expertise but I beg to differ. While baseline body composition may affect hormone levels, there's also plenty of evidence that hormone levels will affect body composition. For instance, those men who receive androgen deprivation therapy have a tendency to gain weight, especially central adiposity, while losing muscle mass. Furthermore, a
Bottom line, life's complicated and our bodies even more so. It would appear that we can accept ourselves for what we are (body composition affects hormone levels) or we can do something about ourselves if we're not satisfied (hormone levels affect body composition). What you choose to do is obviously up to you. Just remember that this isn't a do it yourself project, if you elect to boost your testosterone level.
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