High Blood Sugar KILLS Your Testosterone, Immediately! – New Clinical Study

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High Blood Sugar KILLS Your Testosterone, Immediately! – New Clinical Study

High Blood Sugar KILLS Your Testosterone, Immediately! – New Clinical Study

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High Blood Sugar KILLS Your Testosterone, Immediately! - New Clinical Study
Simply stated, high blood sugar levels can immediately kill your testosterone levels by 25% or more. Plus, this massive drop in testosterone, can last as long as 4-5 hours before things go back to normal.
Now, if you’re eating multiple meals daily, with the wrong TYPE and QUANTITY for foods… and thus, high blood sugar levels with each meal -- then your testosterone levels will not only drop by 25% or more, but they’ll STAY LOWER most of the day.
You obviously don’t want this and in a minute I’ll give you 3 simple ways to fix this, naturally and you can get started immediately today.
However, there are also indirect ways high blood sugar can further decrease your testosterone.
First of all, High blood sugar and the increase in insulin levels, will also lead to fat storage - especially belly fat.
The more body fat you have, the more estrogen your body will produce - for both men and women. And when estrogen goes up, testosterone comes down!
So, now that’s TWO ways your testosterone has dropped because of higher blood sugar levels.
Over time, you’ll also become more “insulin resistant” with the constant elevated blood sugar levels. This means your body will produce even MORE insulin and thus, leading to even higher body fat, which means what?...
YES, even lower testosterone levels all day long.
And if all of this wasn’t bad enough, you’ll start to lose muscle in the process - even if you’re still working out.
One last thing just to ruin your day even more -- high blood sugar and insulin levels also causes damage to the nerves and blood vessels over time, decreases blood flow and causes what every man fears - erectile dysfunction and impotence.
In fact, this is one of the biggest complaints from diabetic men - they can’t get or maintain erections.
3 Simple Ways To Lower Blood Sugar & Increase Testosterone
So that’s the bad news, now let’s get to the good news.
You do NOT need to go super low carbs.
Don’t Drink Your Calories
First off, do NOT drink your calories. This means no soda, juices, green drinks, energy drinks, or alcohol. Read the labels.
These are filled with simple sugars and carbs. They digest quickly and thus, spike up your blood sugar and insulin levels immediately.
You also need to move more and exercise daily. Your muscles use glucose and thus, energy. The more muscle you have, the better your insulin sensitivity and thus, less blood sugar spikes even with big, carb meals.
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