Being fat was never cool. It doesn’t look good and neither does it feel good. Moreover, being fat (or overweight or obese; however way you want to categorize it) puts you at a higher risk of heart-disease, diabetes and cancer (all positively backed by medical science). This is just the tip of the iceberg as there are other myriads of diseases and health-risks that are associated with a high body-fat percentage. In this article we are going to focus on body fat and how it adversely affects your testosterone levels. Out of all the problems surrounding high body-fat percentage; we will focus on its impact on hormones, specifically testosterone.
I had a coworker at the last job, with whom I used to chat during our lunch break. He seemed like a true gym bro; always talking about his training split and ͚meal-prep Saturdays͛. The peculiar thing was, he never changed much; all year round. He had the same skinny-fat look with some muscularity. I saw his gym bag daily with his branded apparel; wrist wraps, knee wraps, compression shorts and what not. So, he did hit the gym daily and according to him, his sessions are at least two hours long.
If you want to optimize your health and physique, you must be aware of your body composition. This can be done as you read this article through the use of body fat percentage pictures. Your body-fat percentage can be a more effective marker of your overall health and fitness than the BMI (body mass index).
Clomid is generically known as clomiphene citrate. Clomid for men and women, is medication given who are suffering from infertility caused by the body not producing or releasing cells needed for reproduction. It is a nonsteroidal selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM) which means that it inhibits certain estrogen receptors in the brain, particularly in the hypothalamus.