I know that being in a caloric deficit for a prolonged period will lower T levels, but how low is normal when cutting weight? Considering low T levels are not conducive to burning fat, this pretty much sucks.
Aside from supplementing with something like tribulus (which Id prefer not to unless necessary), what other natural ways can I help to negate the effects of testosterone depletion when cutting weight.
There are times when I honestly feel like a castroti after about 2 weeks of a committed cut, which is in direct contrast of what I am like under normal circumstances: I cant even make it through a class without trying to hide a poorly timed boner…
Im positive that my lower T level periods are entirely a result of cutting weight (most likely the caloric deficit), and I would like to fix that before my next cut.