By Dr. Elliot Lach
The article linked below as well as the references that are highlighted provide an easy to understand logic behind, visceral obesity as it relates to low T,high estrogen, prostate problems, wheat and bread consumption.
It’s a vicious cycle, low t results in increased visceral fat- which
increases aromatase- which increases estrogen and lowers testosterone, which contributes to prostate enlargement, which raises risk factors for early death, type 2 diabetes etc, etc.
This is one of the reasons I favor paying attention to estrogen production in obesity and inTRT and prescribing DIMM in men who are potentially going to be getting prostate hypertrophy, ie after age 45 plus or minus. – Dr. Elliot Lach
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