How to End this Dangerous Cycle
increasing your testosterone?
Did you know that once a man reaches a certain age, it becomes much more difficult to lose belly fat?
It also becomes trickier for us older guys to remain healthy, lean and fit.
Most men chalk this up to "getting older" or a "slowing metabolism". But there is a real, concrete reason for this, and it's called: low testosterone .
Scientifically verified (although not well-known) hundreds of studies have shown that low testosterone leads to excess fat buildup in the abdomen, which can be very difficult to shed through diet and exercise alone.1, 2, 3
But the good news is: there is a simple solution to this problem.
-- National Institute of Health
You see, your T levels start decreasing at about 30 years of age, and it's so gradual it's hardly even noticeable ... until one day you realize you're no longer the man you used to be.
This accounts for why it gets harder for us men to maintain our weight as the years go by. Sometimes we experience this as "flab" around the middle, and other times it feels like a hard ball in your stomach.
This is where Low T can become especially harmful, encouraging the more dangerous type of fat that gets lodged deep inside your body called visceral fat -- literally coating and smothering your most vital organs and keeping them from functioning properly. 3, 5,12
And even for younger men, this can be the start of a very dangerous series of events that not only makes it difficult to lose weight , but starts a man on a downward spiral toward poor health .
"Low testosterone levels could help explain the round bellies of many middle-aged men," says Dr Carolyn Allan of Prince Henry's Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia.
Dr Allen conducted a 12-month study which showed that Low T levels result in increased abdominal fat in men: 6
The study treated two groups of men -- all average weight – who had low T levels. Group A received testosterone and Group B got a placebo. The study found that men who received testosterone did not gain fat around the middle, while the men who took the placebo did. 6
The Australian study confirms what many other studies show: higher T levels can prevent abdominal obesity and the dangerous build-up of visceral fat .
Low T leads to the buildup of visceral fat, and both are very dangerous to your health and longevity 2,5,7,8,12
The study also found that the amount of belly fat a man carries is a leading predictor of Low T levels.
That's because belly fat slows down and inhibits your body’s testosterone production . 7 It's a vicious cycle: Low T causes belly fat, and belly fat causes even lower Low T! 2,7
And unless testosterone is increased, men of any age who have abdominal fat , (even men in their 20's) can start down the dangerous road leading to Low T .
Low testosterone can trigger a host of life-threatening diseases 5,8,12,16 including: heart disease, prostate cancer, type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, dementia, Alzheimer's, etc. -- and worse of all: increased mortality from all causes. 16, 17, 18, 19
Improving one's Testosterone should be part of every man's overall wellness plan . Indeed, the benefits of higher T go way beyond outward results such as losing belly fat, gaining muscle, and increasing energy, stamina and libido.
The Low T and belly fat association is scientifically clear— the decline in testosterone levels is a direct cause of the “battle of the bulge", and closely tied with the storage of deep 'visceral' abdominal fat . 1,3, 5,12
Safely restoring your Testosterone is critical to empowering your body to reduce fat and build more lean muscle tissue. This is because testosterone plays a vital role in how our body balances glucose, insulin, and fat metabolism. 4, 12
Scientific studies show there are three specific ways testosterone reduces and prevents the buildup of abdominal fat:
1. Testosterone inhibits fat storage by blocking a key enzyme necessary for the uptake of fat into the body’s fat cells. 9
2. Testosterone stimulates fat burning by increasing the receptors on the fat-cell membrane that release stored fat. 9
3. Testosterone increases insulin sensitivity (reducing diabetes risk) and improves lipid and insulin metabolism, while enhancing the growth of muscle fibers and decreasing fat deposits. 9
Higher T = Less Fat
According to a study at Massachusetts General Hospital published in the New England Journal of Medicine, 10 Low T is not only directly related to increased belly fat, it causes muscle and strength loss. 5, 10, 12
Because Andro400 goes to work restoring your body's primary male hormone, it not only attacks fats cells causing them to gradually melt away and disappear, it also helps your body ignite and re-grow muscle fibers adding lean body mass. 5,11
In addition, boosting your testosterone with Andro400 “fires up your engines" to increase your metabolism and burn more fat – even while you're sleeping! 9,11, 20
Study after study has shown the natural herbal ingredient in Andro400 will safely restore your Testosterone levels without any negative side effects. 11, 13
In fact, the herb in Andro400 has been used for over 400 years in Asia for it's many health benefits and as an aphrodisiac to enhance sex drive and performance in both men and women! Not only does this herb have an extremely long history of safety, there's a mountain of research proving it's effectiveness! 11, 13, 14, 15
When You Restore Your Testosterone
With youthful Testosterone levels, you will be able to:
With Andro400 you can increase your T levels safely and naturally with no side effects!
The natural testosterone boost you get every day from Andro400 can end the "Low T -- belly fat cycle" once and for all!
Not only that, every day, Andro400 can help your body combat the life-threatening dangers of low testosterone and reverse years of damage caused by Low T. 11,12
You'll feel healthier and enjoy life so much more -- with more energy and stamina to do the things you love, a better sex life, more confidence, and an overall sense of happiness and well-being.
We can't promise you'll become a "man of steel." But we can promise that boosting your Testosterone back to youthful levels with Andro400 can be life-changing as far as the way you look and feel – not to mention the benefits of higher T levels for your health!
And since Andro400 offers the best satisfaction guarantee in the industry -- you literally have nothing to lose (except that clingy belly fat!) and so much to gain in virtually every aspect of your life!
If after taking Andro400 daily for at least 60 days, you haven't started feeling happier, healthier, stronger, more energized and fit, or noticed an increase in libido and stamina, you may return the product and receive your money back (less shipping) for a full 90 days from the date you ordered! That's how confident we are that Andro400 can make a positive difference for you like it has for tens of thousands of other happy customers who take it every day!
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