The Top 10 Reasons Your Clients Have Low Testosterone

by: Marc Bubbs, ND

Nutrition, physical activity and other lifestyle factors may hold the key to a better hormone profile.

As you review your session notes, especially those pertaining to male clients, you may notice some concerning issues. Perhaps clients have had difficulty getting out of bed in the morning or are suffering from low mood or libido. You may have noticed that a formerly on-point client is making less progress in his carefully crafted program. If this sounds like a familiar pattern, testosterone levels may be to blame.

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About the Author

Marc Bubbs, ND

Marc Bubbs, ND IDEA Author/Presenter

Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor, Speaker, Director of Nutrition for the Canadian Men's Olympic Basketball Team and Author of The Paleo Project – A 21st Century Guide to Looking Leaner, Getting Stronger, & Living Longer. Dr. Bubbs is also a regular contributor to Breaking Muscle,, Re-Find Health and a Nutrition Advisory board member of Strong Magazine, as well as the host of the Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast.