We all know that testosterone is one of the key hormones that drives much of our masculine behavior. What you may not know is that testosterone levels are trending downward for men of all ages. While those who see lower testosterone levels in themselves are racing towards testosterone replacement therapy, there are many natural ways to address T levels.
Today, I am joined by Neuroscientist, Christopher Walker to talk about testosterone levels, the importance of micronutrients in your diet, the role of the thyroid and pituitary gland in regulating hormonal levels, training, supplementation, and how to master your testosterone levels.
“We all have deficiencies at any moments. Our health is a never-ending process of self-examination.” Tweet That— Christopher Walker
My guest today is Christopher Walker. He is a neuroscientist who has been independently studying health, fitness, and testosterone for over a decade. He is also the author of Master Your T which is the definitive guide to raising your testosterone levels naturally.
He and I met years ago and I’ve been following his work and implementing his programs in my life ever since and I’ve seen drastic improvements in my health, fitness, and nutrition.
He’s arguably one of the foremost authorities on how hormonal levels impact men and today he’s here to talk with us about exactly how that happens and how we can improve our T-levels naturally and safely.
“Correcting deficiencies will bring the body back into a state of balance and health.” Tweet That— Christopher Walker
- How hormonal levels impact men
- The Law of Compensation
- Finding truth in the medical field
- Defining health
- Balancing fitness
- Indicators of health
- What to avoid when building testosterone
- Resources to test your micronutrients
- Balancing hormones
- Nutritional elements
- Lifestyle elements
“To bring your body back into balance, focus on specific types of training that intentionally elevates the right hormones.” Tweet That— Christopher Walker
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“Low testosterone is caused by a deficiency that can usually be easily corrected.” Tweet That— Christopher Walker