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Caffeine and Testosterone?

gaharit

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Dec 3, 2020
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I work as an endocrinologist in a hospital and not long ago we considered this case. As a rule, coffee does not contain male and female hormones, this misconception is not supported by any scientific research. I had a case when a girl came to consult if the use of dairy products promotes breast enlargement. I cannot understand where such ideas and theories come from. As a rule, in such situations, we advise you to pay attention to the research of Sandra Hale, which deals with issues of female breast augmentation without surgery. If you are curious you can find more information at curvesfw.com. Don't build theories, trust science.
 
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roblenon

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Dec 28, 2020
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Among males, consumption of caffeinated coffee increased total testosterone & decreased total & free estradiol.

Among females, decaffeinated coffee decreased total & free testosterone & caffeinated coffee decreased total testosterone.
 

FaithKelly

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Jul 27, 2020
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I think in this case it is necessary to consult your doctor, although I think you are right
 

Ronaldooo

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Jul 29, 2020
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Besides improving your diet and exercise, increasing your caffeine intake also might boost testosterone levels. I'm currently on Canada Drugs BP pills. Some people who regularly drink caffeinated beverages have a higher average blood pressure than do those who drink none. Others who regularly drink caffeinated beverages develop a tolerance to it. As a result, caffeine doesn't have a long-term effect on their blood pressure. It seems that caffeine has a stronger blood pressure increasing effect in people who are older than 70 or who are overweight.
 
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Maricores

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That's true. Caffeine can increase testosterone levels by up to 20%. BUT - the long-term effects of caffeine on testosterone are complicated and not always positive. While caffeine does seem to increase testosterone in those who drink it regularly, it also results in higher cortisol levels. And that's bad news because cortisol inhibits muscle growth and fat loss. I make sure to do a lot of research on websites such as www.healthcanal.com/supplements/262579-testofuel-reviews.html, but at the same time, I'm inclined to a more holistic approach, such as eating plenty of healthy fats like avocado and nuts, avoid sugar as much as possible, get plenty of sleep, and exercise regularly.
 

EmaanBeb

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The current study demonstrates that doses of about 400 mg caffeine have some potential to enhance the beneficial effects of training via an increase in bioavailable testosterone.
 
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