Easy to say, but not hard to do.
Erectile function is mostly about blood flow; sex drive is mostly about other hormones, especially testosterone. For men who lose a little belly fat, which converts their testosterone to estrogen, they get an automatic bump in T. You can measure it and other hormones on Wellness FX, or do a simple at home testosterone test.
But either way, when men look and feel better about themselves, they show more confidence, and confidence is always sexy. To men and to women.
REFUEL has 16 pages (pp. 261-276 inclusive) of references about the science that drives the book, but I’ve boiled it down so you don’t have to read them all, or even the whole book. What you need to know is that better and more sex is within your grasp.
The main points of the video:
- Lose 5 percent: measure your waist, if you don’t trust body mass index or a BMI calculator: your waist should be less than 40, and it should be half your height.
- Get your hormones tested
- Check your Rx side effects: they are more common than you think, and include antidepressants, antihistamines and antihypertensives, for starters: these can contribute to visceral weight gain, and literally weigh you down. But that’s not inevitable. Learn to REFUEL.