TRT May Help Reduce Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
The Added Benefits Of Treating Low Testosterone
November 4th 2014
Its well documented that testosterone deficiency has a defined link with type 2 diabetes..
A new study announced today has demonstrated that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) may help patients with diabetes mellitus type 2 to reduce HbA1c and improve their overall lipid profile
The study involved 126 male patients, all with diabetes mellitus type 2,, The men were screened and from the original number, 85 patients (aged between 41 – 65) received treatment in the form of either a placebo or TRT alongside dietary intervention, increased physical exercise as well as regular anti diabetic medication
After the six month period had elapsed, It was found that the group that received the TRT had improved lipid profile alongside a noticeable reduction in HbA1c.
The testosterone therapy did not have any adverse effects on blood pressure or leptin levels, and the study concluded that “It is possible to break this vicious metabolic circle by increasing testosterone levels in diabetic men with reduced testosterone levels”
The benefits of boosting testosterone when levels are deficient cannot be underestimated, however, the ever increasing reports of dangerous side effects being caused by taking or using drug based TRT does mean that more and more men are seeking more natural, safer ways to boost reduced testosterone production..
There are a great many natural T-boosting ingredients available that offer similar benefits to prescription TRT without the adverse risks associated with drug based treatments.