Although the #1 leading cause of death in the US is heart disease, there is another disease in the top 10 that is having a massive impact on the cause of death among American males, diabetes. According the World Health Organization, “The number of people with diabetes has risen from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014.” If you suffer from Type-2 diabetes, more than likely your testosterone levels are low as well. Over 35% of men over the age of 45 or older have low testosterone.
Health & Diet + Glucose Monitoring
The current rule of thumb that I learned from a healthcare professional is to check your blood glucose levels 2 hours after eating. Other preventive information that I have learned is that “anything white – ain’t right”. So that means to steer from consuming white rice, white bread, and white sugar just to name a few.
Some people don’t even know that they have diabetes. You still be active and if you recognize that any of these symptoms become apparent in your life, please consult your family physician and get checked out as you may have Type-2 diabetes or is developing:
- Unwanted fat gain
- Feeling worn out
- Weak libido
These are all signs of low levels of an essential hormone found in men, testosterone. The good news is that these symptoms are all reversible! As a result, the reciprocal outcome the former negative outcomes are the following positive outcomes of possessing high levels of testosterone.
- Ability to prevent disease or cancer
- Cognitive function
- Normal glucose regulation and insulin sensitivity
- How long you live
- Your sexual performance and libido
- Your ability to resist fat gain and replace flab with muscle
Doctors have zero time to catch up on new research and certain drugs like Metformin can cause a loss of masculinity. Many people are mean well but misinformed on a massive scale. In addition, some of the most popular diets can lower your testosterone up to &/or over 70%! Now is time to take action before its too late! Get your Male Diabetes Solution today!