There has s been a lot of talk about the problem with men these days; when compared to men of previous generations, we dont stack up. The fact is: Men are less manly than they used to be.
A lot of factors can be attributed to this decline in manhood (changing economy, porn addiction, processed foods, elevated stress, etc.), but there is one thing that we can objectively point to: Declining testosterone levels. According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, testosterone levels in American men have been steadily declining over the past few decades. Also note that this decline is occurring independent of age.
Supplement companies are taking full advantage of this trend by marketing the solution in the form of testosterone booster supplements. But the fact is: Your endocrine system is way to complex to be fixed with a simple pill. Low testosterone in men is largely a result of lifestyle factors. Reversing these factors will, in turn, have the opposite effect: An increase in testosterone levels naturally. This visual guide to low testosterone by TripleYourT.com helps illustrate the most important factors when it comes to optimizing your hormones: