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👉How To Decrease Lower Body Fat [Legs] in Men & Women
So I’ve had a few guys ask me how to decrease their lower body fat, meaning their legs. This is typically a question women ask because that’s where they put a lot of their fat — on their legs and butt.
While guys put it usually around their stomach.
And the good news is that there is most definitely a fix for this – for both men and women and I’ll tell you how in a minute, in fact, I did this for myself.
And no, it’s not lipo-suction, even though that is the most permanent solution. But for sure not the best because it’s hard to lipo out fat on the lower body because of all the muscles, joints, knees, ankles and so forth.
Unlike stomach fat, which is much easier to liposuction.
My Own Struggles With “Fat” Legs
When I was in my teens, I used to cycle and race. So, you shave your legs to prevent too much damage when you fall. Plus, because I was also into bodybuilding and so forth, I shaved my hairy legs or just trimmed them with a buzzer, so I can see how they are coming along – shape, definition, muscle growth, etc.
Of course, because I was so into hormones and so forth at a young age, I had my doctor do a full hormone blood panel when I was 19 or 20, even though he didn’t think it was necessary.
The results were shocking.
High DHT – the hair loss hormone
High Estrogen – the female hormone
All were in the “normal” range, but NOT optimal.
I asked the doctor to help me fix it and he said, “these are in normal ranges, don’t bother”
I said, “listen, I’m barely 20 years old -this is as good as it’s going to get”
He again just ignored me and told me to go home.
I Optimized My Hormones & Fixed The Problem
So after many months of research at the library (there was no internet back then) and testing and playing with different foods, supplements and very low dose medications, I completely fix and optimized my hormones.
One year later I had
All in the normal ranges, but optimal balance.
And slowly but surely, my legs started to get leaner and leaner. They started having veins and looked manly. My body fat did improve, but balancing our my hormones, especially my estrogen levels, allowed my lower body fat to just melt off.
The Lower Body Fat Hormone
So getting right to the point, the primary hormone that causes lower body fat is estrogen, the female hormone.
Of course, we all have estrogen, just that women have more of it.
And guys with more lower body fat and/or if you have “man boobs” (gynecomastia), you for sure have more estrogen.
In fact, these days I see more and more often, guys having too much estrogen.
Which leads to
fat gain (all over the body)
depression and moodiness
Lowered testosterone (less muscle, sex drive, happiness, etc.)
Prostate problems & cancer
So for men, fixing elevated estrogen is most beneficial and I’ll show you how in a minute.
Women And Lower Body Fat
Women who have more lower body fat again, is due to genetics, various receptor sensitivity issues and of course, too much estrogen.
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