Is Fat Loss The Best All Natural Testosterone Booster?


woman measuring herself
If you were to ask most people what they think is the best all natural testosterone booster, I’d wager that very few would say fat loss.

In reality fat loss is the best thing you can do long term for a natural testosterone booster if you’re body fat is above the 10% – 15% mark.

So lets explore why it is so effective!

Body Fat Leads To The Conversion Of Testosterone To Estrogen

Fat cells are high in the aromatase enzyme, this is the enzyme that converts testosterone in to estrogen.

Abdominal fat cells are extremely high in the aromatase enzyme, so this is the worst place to carry body fat as testosterone production is concerned & in reality heart health as well.

Body Fat Leads To The Disruption Of Testosterone Production

Man measuring himself

Testosterone is created in the testes when the pituitary glands & hypothalamus (illustrated above) – receive the signal that the body needs more testosterone.

The issue is high amounts of body fat present an obstacle to this process, with the obstacle being estrogen.

In short, having high levels of body fat leads to lower levels of testosterone and higher levels of estrogen.

High Body Fat Is The Recurring Enemy Of Testosterone Production

High body fat may not be the largest enemy of testosterone; but it is certainly the one you face daily.

That is why losing body fat is arguably the best all natural testosterone booster, at least in terms of long term strategy.

The fact is that if you have high body fat body this lowers testosterone levels & increases estrogen levels.

This then further impedes your ability to gain muscle & may even lead to a loss of muscle mass. Which then leads to even more body fat & as a result more estrogen and less testosterone.

So this becomes a negative cycle, so by losing body fat you can turn the negative cycle in to a positive one. Lower body fat, means lower estrogen and more testosterone.

This then leads to more muscle mass, which means lower body fat, which then means lower estrogen and more testosterone.

This is why fat loss is arguably the best all natural testosterone booster and certainly the best long term, when you have excess body fat!


Final Thoughts

Hopefully it is now clear why losing excess body fat should be a primary aim when it comes to a natural testosterone booster.

If you have any questions, please just drop me a comment and I’ll get back to you. Please feel free to share this article with anyone you think may find it useful!

You can also check out my social media sites, including twitter where I share some other top natural testosterone booster methods.

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6 thoughts on “Is Fat Loss The Best All Natural Testosterone Booster?”

  1. Wjtera says:

    Wow. So glad you shared the information about losing fat to boost testosterone. I have something to share with my friends which they will find valuable as they really appreciate knowing the causes of these common issues and having control over the solution.

    1. Nate Stone says:


      No problem at all, J=just glad you found it useful!

      Yeah losing body fat is definitely the best thing you can do long term to increase testosterone production, if you or any of your friends have questions about other ways to boost T, just get in touch.

  2. Hi ,I find your article interesting to read and its nice that you shared this to your reader/s because its very important to lose that extra kilos of lipocytes in your belly!…we are not just talking of elevating the testosterone in our body but the over-all effect of losing extra body fats to our health. Increasing physical activity through exercise is one of the several natural way of losing excess body fats thus resulting to weight loss and indirectly increasing your testosterone levels in the body

    1. Nate Stone says:


      Yep fat loss is important for your health as a whole, especially losing the body fat around the torso, not only is it the best all natural testosterone booster; but it’s very important for the health of your heart & other key organs.

      Yep physical activity is important for weight management; but my experience your diet is the best way to manage it. Overeating is what makes people fat & it’s hard to overeat on whole foods like meat and vegetables.

  3. Jose says:

    Since the pandemic started ,i stop walking i was in the 157-8 ,now i weight less .. actually 152,for 5’8, and i just turned 58,and i dont have belly,what can it be?

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Jose,

      Have you made any significant changes to your diet?

      If you’ve reduced your carb or seed oil intake & increased your intake of saturated fats, that is shown to reduce belly fat, it may be something like that?

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