Male hormones promote a higher percentage of muscle relative to fat. Maintaining muscle is the single most important factor that keeps male hormones in balance. Testosterone levels begin a continuous decline after age 35, thus it is more important than ever for a man to stay in good physical condition.
Declining testosterone leads to increased body fat, poor circulation, and a path away from health. Maintaining male health involves strength training exercise or physical work that uses muscles, and the ability to see muscles responding well to activity (strength is maintained or increased).
Unique problems are posed to men and prostate function by the estrogen-mimetic chemicals in environmental pollution, including many of the pesticides used on food. Men need to take