If you cook meals in oil, your T levels may suffer.
The majority of cooking oil used today is a refined vegetable oil, and if you use common oils like corn, sunflower, or soybean to cook, you may need to make a change.
Studies show that eating polyunsaturated fats -- found in refined vegetable oils -- can significantly lower testosterone. And the more refined oils you eat, the lower your T levels get. (1)
Not All Fats and Oils Are Bad
Healthy fats are actually necessary for testosterone production, and a diet of less than 40% healthy fat can result in Low T. (2) So it is important to choose the right kind of fats and oils for cooking.
Good fats come from whole foods like avocado, fatty fish, lean grass fed meats, raw nuts, olives, and seeds. Avoid the bad fat in cooking oils like corn, soybean, sunflower or cottonseed oils, and especially anything hydrogenated like margarine (which is a harmful trans-fat). Instead, choose olive and coconut oils. Or, if you steam or boil your food, you can skip the oil altogether.
And by making Andro400 a daily habit, you can help boost your T levels despite an occasional indulgence in fried food. When you boost your T levels with Andro400, you will be able to more fully experience the health benefits of natural testosterone that a diet high in refined oils may be taking away -- such as improved mood, memory, and immune system, and more energy, strength, and stamina. (3)
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1. Jeff S. Volek, et al, "Testosterone and cortisol in relationship to dietary nutrients and resistance exercise," Journal of Applied Physiology Jan 1997, 82 (1) 49-54.
2. Hämäläinen E, et al, "Diet and serum sex hormones in healthy men," J Steroid Biochem. 1984 Jan;20(1):459-64.
3. A., George, and Henkel R. "Phytoandrogenic Properties of Eurycoma Longifolia as Natural Alternative to Testosterone Replacement Therapy." National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 6 Jan 2014.
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