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What the Relationship between Testosterone and Body Fat?

Does there is actually an interplay role between Testosterone and Metabolism? Studies have also shown proof that there is an interconnection between the two. Well, many of us try to reduce fat. Some try to do that by stop eating food and fats and all. 


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While on the other hands there are some who strict their diet for body weight loss but how come they are able to get enough desired results than those people who put a full stop on their meal. Its all because of their bidirectional relationship between the two.

Then how does testosterone affects body fat and metabolism indeed?

As testosterone is well known for building muscles. In the same sense, it also took into consideration the protein that is going to be used for the same rather than different type of activity within the body. Metabolism in itself is a huge concept and we underestimate its definition by taking it as a process of digesting the food. But in reality, it is a process that keeps on working within a living orgasm, in a direction to sustain life.
Well, testosterone is like other hormones released or produced in the human body, which has multiple bodyworks to do like building muscles, maintaining bone density etc. in the failure of these comes a diverse set of effects. It helps in maintaining a balance of the glucose(sugar), fat metabolism, insulin etc. Any type of irregularity between the activity makes a person go through many side effects, which you can read in our other articles- Effects of having low testosterone level. 

Conclusion:

Testosterone and body fat have a complex and correspondent relationship. As you must have known by now – Low testosterone can result in the production of fat in body whereas, surplus body fat also results in lowering the level of T hormone in a person. Testosterone helps in maintaining a balance within a human body by impacting on sugar, fat and insulin levels of a person.

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