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Other factors are the reason for this, it is not solely testosterone. You want a healthy level of it, as too much or too little is definitely not good for you. Some of the physiologists here at LA are really leading the frontlines in trying to expose the dangers of all the little things in life that affect our hormone levels and health. (I advise everyone to maintain a healthy weight, as that is where most of the chronic diseases originate from... fat cells are toxic!) Please note I said healthy weight and not anoerexic weight or anything silly like that, because if you have some heft or meat on you that's probably ok. (Please consult your physician and dietician as I am certainly in no position to give advice on things I know so little about)
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(Please consult your physician and dietician as I am certainly in no position to give advice on things I know so little about)
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