There are several studies published in the US National Library of Medicine reporting the normal range for testosterone (T) levels are between 300- 1000 ng/dL. Adult men, with T levels lower than 300 ng/dL, are classified as having low testosterone (low T).

Recent research proves that the risk of developing abnormally low T levels only increases with age. Men are 12% more likely to develop hypogonadism in their 50s, 19% more likely in their 60s, 28% more likely in their 70s, and 49% more likely in their 80s.

Because testosterone controls significant bodily processes like muscle mass, strength, fat distribution, bone mass, red blood cell production, hair growth, and sexual function, testosterone decline can result in several unwelcome changes.

At Renew Vitality, our team of wellness professionals is on the cutting-edge of providing holistic testosterone therapy (TT). Our wellness programs offer the perfect balance of lifestyle changes, nutrition, and medication to restore and optimize your T levels.

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Before making any drastic changes to your diet, make sure you contact your doctor or consult a wellness professional.

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is the newest weight-loss trend that has recently gotten a lot of attention due to a wide range of health benefits, including reduction of insulin dependence and chronic inflammation. There are several approaches, but the typical fast requires men to refrain from eating for 8 to 16 hours each day.

What makes this diet so different from other popular diets is that it doesn’t focus so much on what you eat, but when you eat. You can choose to fast each day or split your week into eating and fasting periods.

While researchers are still uncovering the link between intermittent fasting and a healthier lifestyle, they have already found promising evidence that intermittent fasting can not only slim the waistline, but also improve T levels.

One study followed nine obese men and proved that short-term intermittent fasting increased T levels by 180%, suggesting that longer-term fasting could have an even greater impact on T levels.

One of the easiest ways to start intermittent fasting for most men is to skip breakfast and only eat lunch and dinner.

Ketogenic Diet

The ketogenic (keto) diet, is a refreshing twist on the low-carb, high-fat diet alternative that became popular in the early 2000s. Participants essentially reduce their carbohydrate intake and replace it with fat to send the body into ketosis. In this metabolic state, the body becomes more efficient at burning fat for energy.

The Keto diet works by tricking the body into believing it’s starving so it will rapidly breakdown excess fat stores for more energy.

There are several types of keto diets, all with different amounts of carb, protein, and fat levels. The standard ketogenic diet (SKD) is 75% fat, 20% protein, and 5% carbs, whereas the high protein ketogenic diet is 60% fat, 35% protein, and 5% carbs.

One study followed 30 middle-aged men while on the keto diet and found that a higher-fat diet increased T levels. It stimulates T production by encouraging the metabolism to break down cholesterol and decrease body fat composition. Excessive fat, especially in the midsection, transforms current free testosterone into estrogen and lowers T levels.

Foods like fish, shellfish, grass-fed meat, and avocados are all exceptional keto options because they have low levels of carbohydrates and high levels of good fats like medium-chain triglycerides.


Researchers believe resistance exercises like weightlifting are the best exercises for creating and sustaining short and long term testosterone boosts. One study in 2007 followed 20 men for four weeks of resistance training. The participants experienced a significant improvement in strength and T production.

Testosterone Therapy in Fort Lauderdale Is Within Your Reach

Testosterone therapy (TT) has become an increasingly popular solution for men suffering from low T. According to the Medical Journal of Australia, US use of testosterone started at 10.3 doses per 1,000 people and increased to 98.5 doses per 1,000 people in just one decade.

TT restores and optimizes current testosterone levels by administering bioavailable testosterone medication to the bloodstream. The therapy activates androgen receptors and increases the body’s ability to build muscle mass, burn fat, and improve sexual function.

With over 180,000 residents and 36 TT clinics, the city of Fort Lauderdale is an excellent place for men 30 years and older to get help. Renew Vitality is the first choice for several South Floridians because of our dedication to delivering outstanding personalized care.

Meet Renew Vitality

We have over 10 locations across the nation and are the industry leaders in men’s health and longevity. Our south Florida offices specialize in a wide range of hormone imbalances. Our concierge team of wellness professionals has decades of experience identifying the root cause of clients’ symptoms. Give us a call to book a consultation today.