As we age our testosterone levels naturally decline. This is an inevitable fact and it normally starts when a man reaches 30. For most men, once they reach the age of 40 their testosterone levels begin to rapidly fall. Staying healthy can slow down the decline; your levels are going to drop, but in many cases staying healthy can keep them in a healthier range longer. Staying healthy includes physical activity and a healthy diet, but that’s only the surface. There are certain foods you need to limit, others that should be a regular if not a daily part of your diet, and even some things you should avoid altogether.
If you have low testosterone and need treatment you will always need treatment. Proper treatment is simple and should not hinder your life at all. However, there are things we can do to prolong the period before treatment is needed. Once treatment is necessary, you’ll find the same rules apply if you are going to maximize your treatment. A healthy lifestyle will stave off treatment longer and make it more fulfilling when needed. Some men will need it sooner than others; despite following a healthy lifestyle we all have different genetics and are exposed to different things in our life. But following a healthy lifestyle, one that is testosterone friendly is always the best path to follow.