It is estimated that after the age of 40, men experience up to a 3% decrease in circulating total testosterone a year, and 20% of men over 60. Testosterone (T) production is complex, with many precursors, enzymes, and pathways to achieve optimal levels. Symptoms of low T include fatigue, cognitive decline, and erectile dysfunction. Cardiovascular risks have also been reported in studies.
During this informative webinar, Dr. Espinosa will discuss
- Learn the biomarkers that should be included in your male patient’s hormone panel.
- Refresher on how T is produced and pathways to clinically address.
- Discuss the latest research on nutrients and botanicals optimal T production.
- Learn Clinical Practice guidelines for a progressive nutrition-based management of these inter-related systems.