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New Case Study Highlights Effectiveness of Testosterone Therapy in Fighting Weight Gain and Fatigue
Date:7/25/2014

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2014

In recent years, men have become more aware of, willing to talk about, and eager to reverse the symptoms associated with age-related testosterone decline. Amid concerns about testosterone and heart health in the media at large, a new case study from Renew Man helps to shed light on the real benefits of testosterone therapy using bioidentical hormones.

The case study centers around a patient named Jason, a 38-year-old father from Seattle who found himself beginning to feel the effects of age-related hormonal decline.

Jason described himself as a “skinny fatty,” who at 5’11” and 165 pounds had 18.5 percent body fat. Despite serious efforts to lose the weight on his own through healthy exercise, Jason was unable to shed this stubborn body fat.

Jason also found himself suffering from fatigue at work, where he relied on caffeine to get him through the day, and at home, where he lacked the energy to keep up with his active 7-year-old son.

After being referred to a Renew Man doctor, Jason learned that the symptoms he had been experiencing were the result of natural hormonal decline, specifically low testosterone. Under the care of a Renew Man doctor, Jason was able to reverse this testosterone decline and thereby eliminate his symptoms.

With regular blood work and twice-weekly treatments at home, plus adjustments to his diet and smoking habit, Jason’s testosterone increased nearly threefold to a safe and healthy level in just 6 months. His body fat decreased from 18.5 percent to 5.3 percent, and his energy was restored to the point where he reported he felt like he was 20 years old again.

It is important to note that there are several factors here that made this case study stand out from other testosterone treatments which have been linked with negative outcomes and health risks in the media.

First of all, Jason’s treatment used bioidentical hormones which are better accepted by the body than synthetic hormones. Secondly, these hormones were prescribed in customized doses designed not just to raise testosterone, but to raise it to a healthy level and keep it there. This ensured that the full benefits of healthy testosterone were felt. Finally, the entire treatment was administered under the supervision of an expert doctor using a delivery means that ensured a slow and steady supply of testosterone to the body and minimized the chance for estrogen conversion or other harmful side effects common in unsupervised treatments.

This case study supports the fact that testosterone therapy is safe and effective if done correctly by a qualified doctor and should give hope to men across the country who may be feeling the ill effects of low testosterone.

About Renew Man
Renew Man is a division of Renew Youth™ Centers. Since 1999, Renew Youth Centers have driven advancements in healthy aging & bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. The Renew Man network of skilled, experienced doctors meets clients’ exact needs with customized programs based on proven science. Each client’s program includes regular physician care to monitor progress and ensure safety. Because andropause is a medical condition, Renew Man stresses the importance of working with a doctor to replace hormones.

To learn more about Renew Man, call (800) 859-7511 or visit http://www.renewman.com today.

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