Do you know that men are more prone to chronic diseases than women? Yes, it is a scary thought for every man out there, and equally scary for women who have male friends and family close to them. Luckily, a new book entitled, The 31 Day Testosterone Plan by Mark Wilson came out recently, and it is proven to be a huge game-changer.
Wilson elaborates that having high levels of testosterone will boost men’s resistance to common diseases like diabetes, heart conditions, and high blood pressure. He also adds that having low levels can increase the chances of weight gain, which eventually leads to the diseases mentioned. However, his guide doesn’t suggest the usual low-T therapies that men usually go for to bump up their testosterone levels. In fact, he cites studies and articles that don’t support this method as it only works on a small percentage of men, sadly.
A commendable factor in this book is that it supports natural methods that men can do to fix their testosterone levels. It is as simple as keeping away from food that are believed to be toxic to the body and can cause hormonal dysfunction. Wilson also gives more insight on certain activities men do that might have reduced their testosterone levels, and guides them to what’s better for their health.
Another common theme in the book is the fact that men can get their masculinity back by boosting their testosterone levels. So not only is Wilson taking men’s health into account, he also aims to improve their relationships with their significant others.
The 31 Day Testosterone Plan has one goal: to get men healthy and fit to counter the diseases that are common to them. It assigns certain routines and gives information on food and supplements so men can customize their diet and exercise to what works for them. All they need to do is follow the guide within 31 days, and they’ll see significant change.
Wilson set out to improve men’s lives with this book and he did it effectively through his conversational tone. This is definitely a great go-to if doctors’ advices fall short.