17: Hormonal Optimization and Preventive Health with Jay Campbell

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Welcome to another expert episode! Today our guest is Jay Campbell.

Jay Campbell is a Champion Men’s Physique Competitor and the bestselling author of ("The Testosterone Optimization Bible”).

In this episode: We’ll go over some of the myths and truths about testosterone, estrogen, and other hormones, according to what the latest science has to say about it.

We start out talking about how a kick to the groin changed Jay’s life when he was just 29, leaving him with deficient testosterone levels. And how he recovered from that and kept playing basketball at a high level while also retaining a successful modelling career (recently appearing on the cover of Iron Man Magazine).

Then we get into the nitty gritty stuff; the practical details and benchmarks for health and hormonal levels. And what diagnostic tests might make sense to do, to find out if this is a problem.

Among other things we find out:

-3 of the most important testosterone-related metrics to keep track of, as a healthy man.

-Who should do their bloodwork. And how often.

-And, if your numbers are bad, what is the one thing… the most important preventive measure you can take?

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Contact Jay / get a free copy of his book:

jay@trtrevolution.com

Follow Jay on Social Media:

-Twitter,

-Youtube Channel

-Email Newsletter.

Hebrew University Study:

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/sperm-count-dropping-in-western-world/

https://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-study-sounds-alarm-as-sperm-count-halved-in-western-men/

https://www.cnn.com/2017/07/25/health/sperm-counts-declining-study/index.html

Actual Study

https://academic.oup.com/DocumentLibrary/humupd/PR/dmx022_final.pdf

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