Inactivity of youth, fast food meals and high sugar intake are sure to cause a shorter life expectancy in the future. Physical activity keeps the body healthy, the brain healthy and is your best preventative measure against disease and aging. Dr. Osborn talks about testosterone and hormone replacement therapy for both men and women.

Key Takeaways:

[0:55] A Neurosurgeon’s guide to optimal health
[2:36] Physical training helps how?
[5:16] A shorter life expectancy
[6:58] Testosterone levels plummeting
[8:05] Testosterone supplementation
[10:41] Hormonally sensitive tumor
[11:48] Will the body keep producing?
[12:43] Coming off of testosterone
[13:50] HCG diet
[15:21] Women are candidates also
[16:00] Get your youth back
[17:06] Women are more labor intensive
[17:20] Dr. Osborn’s website

Tweetables:

“In the last 50 years, the average male testosterone level is plummeting.”
“Testosterone itself does not cause cancer.”
“Hormone replacement can give you your youth and your life back.”
“Women are a bit more labor intensive from a physician’s standpoint.”

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