Many men with big, dense muscles attract women, and that’s because lean physiques are super-sexy. But that doesn’t mean that they are easy to achieve. You may even wonder how the models on the cover of your favorite bodybuilding magazines can look so big and thick. It is probably because of long-term testosterone therapy. In men, testosterone deficiency is common leaving many wondering what to do about their unwanted belly fat, spare tire, and flabby chest. The answer is long-term testosterone therapy.
Studies show that this type of therapy results in a significant improvement in sustained weight loss, reduction in waist circumference and BMI (Body Mass Index), along with body composition.
Testosterone is well-known to promote muscle growth, and now studies show that hormone testosterone replacement therapy is also linked to less fat storage. Finally, obesity has been linked to a 30% reduction in testosterone levels when compared to people considered to be average or “healthy” weight, leading researchers to believe that weight loss is possible through testosterone replacement therapy.