T Nation

38 Y/O Normal T, High FSH, TH and SHBG Levels. Opinions Wanted

What alphagunner is saying could be true. I wonder if it is a Keto thing or if it relates to excess fat intake. A few studies are also saying walnuts and almonds increase SHBG.

Before my blood test I was taking in quite a bit of fat via coconut oil, nuts and avocado not to mention cooking with olive oil. I’ve cut out the coconut oil and trying to eat as lean as possible to see how it effects my next test. I’ll also be taking nettle.

Sounds like a great doctor!