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Testosterone: The Key To Your Mojo

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  Testosterone - this is where most men tend to focus. Testosterone is linked to masculinity. It allows us to build muscle and shed fat. It powers our sex drive. It helps push us to succeed. When testosterone levels are at a healthy level we feel strong, motivated and confident. Low testosterone has become a common problem with men. Fatigue, loss of muscle mass, fat gain, low energy, low libido, erectile dysfunction and higher risk of disease are all linked to low testosterone. These symptoms can also be a result of estrogen levels being too high. Estrogen is commonly called...

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Symptoms of Unbalanced Hormones

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Hormones have such a profound impact on our health that we often will have symptoms that indicate our hormones are out of balanced. Unbalanced hormones are when our body produces too much or too little of certain hormones. Most men accept body changes as part of the aging process and don’t realize these changes are often from unbalanced hormones, not just aging.  Signs that your hormones are out of balance: Fatigue, loss of motivation Cognitive decline, memory loss Fat gain, loss of muscle tone  Depression, moodiness, irritability Difficulty sleeping Low sex drive, weak erections, erectile dysfunction Accelerated aging, premature wrinkles, dark spots on...

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The Master Hormone Leptin

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Leptin is an extremely important hormone because it has an impact on other hormones including insulin, thyroid, adrenal, pancreatic and sex hormones. Leptin restores our fat reserves when we eat. It acts as a fuel gage to let us know when to stop consuming food. When we have too much leptin our receptors get worn and the wrong signal is communicated to the brain telling us we need more fuel, when we actually have plenty of reserves. This miscommunication leads to our metabolism slowing down to preserve energy as well as overeating and excess fat storage. If you have excess...

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