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Increase Testosterone Level Naturally

The level of testosterone that a person has in their body impacts the mass, strength
and size of their muscles. Increased levels of testosterone help reduce recover
time, heal muscle tissue, increase muscle hypertrophy and decrease muscle
atrophy. It also increase the oxygen carrying capabilities of red blood cells,
therefore more nutrients are provided to muscles.

Bodybuilders have always tired to increase their level of testosterone and have
used steroids or
supplements in order to do so. Increased levels
of testosterone is excellent for bulking up since it helps to build muscle tissue. But
the side effects of increased artifical levels of testosterone is that most of it will get converted
to estrogen and some of the weight gain will come from water retention and fat.

A natural way to increase testosterone levels is to weight train 3-5 days a week
using heavy weight and keeping your workout under 45 minutes.

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