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Recommended Dietary Rules While Undergoing TRT Treatment

We must admit the obvious truth here that the following recommended dietary rules are what every one of us should be having, regardless if you are taking TRT treatment or not. 

However, it is very safe to say that by following these recommended dietary rules, in conjunction with TRT replacement program, you’d shed those unwanted, undesirable fat, grow yourself some more muscles, feel better and look younger, and your body systems would function even better, way more quickly than just taking testosterone replacement treatment alone.  

Commit yourself to the right kind of exercise routine, and don’t skimp on it 

I agree, this point here is not a qualified dietary advice, but doing exercise is paramount to getting the most benefit you can obtain from TRT treatment options in Australia and your diet. We highly recommend that you commit to doing weights exercise or machines. Do it at least 3-4 times every week, at least for 1 hour each time. 

On the occasion that you want to skip on lifting weights, you can try bicycling or walking instead. You can also train on the elliptical, if you have that option. Every exercise that is classified as “cardio” can be a good alternative here.  

Eat foods that are super rich in protein, and if possible consume lots of it, with every single meal you have

The goal you are aiming to achieve here is between 0.7 and 1 gram of protein for every pound of your current body weight, every single day. As much as possible, veer yourself away from food items that are high in fat and carbohydrates. 

Say for instance that you like eating a bagel now and then if you want to insist on it, make it sure that you also have turkey, egg or lox. Or perhaps you can be creative with eggs. You can have them sandwiched between two bagels. 

Consume plenty of foods that are super rich in fiber

The goal here is to have 20 grams a day, at least. Fiber-rich foods include vegetables, fruits, multigrain bread, beans, oatmeal, and many more. If you can’t have your daily source of fiber, fiber supplements can be a good alternative instead.  

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Veer away from eating food items that come in a box

Before the outset of the 18th century, there were only a handful of people who were diabetic. Generally speaking, most of the boxed food items available today are made from highly-processed carbohydrates.

This is the underlying reason for the vast majority of obesity cases we have today. As much as possible steer yourself away from processed food items, home-cooked meals are always better because you know exactly what goes in them every single time. 

Try looking for “grass-finished” beef

This type of beef is one of its kind because they are fed with 100% grass, which means to say that they are healthier “meat”. Take great caution on this because most of the time, “grass-fed” cows are a scam. 

Just before mature cows are moved to the feedlot, they are initially grass-fed first. This measure is usually carried out during the last remaining few weeks of their lives. At this point in time, they will be fattened up with corn feeds. It is a paramount procedure since it will significantly help in altering the meat in terms of its nutritional quality.  

Don’t skip your breakfast or any meal

When you are under TRT treatment, your body is receiving testosterone. Hence, technically speaking, your entire body and it’s systems are under construction. Therefore, your body will be needing “bricks”. This is where the food you will eat comes into the picture, particularly protein. Your body will be needing generous amounts of protein to build itself. So you need to load up on food items that are high in protein.