For the article published in the Journal of Urology, the research team collected data from more than 3,100 men from a nationwide health study and estimated them.
Weight loss is often advised for men to increase testosterone levels. In this affair, men make many changes in food along with gym and exercise. Now a study has revealed shocking information.
According to Jake Fantus, a researcher at the University of Chicago in the US, men who take a low fat diet tend to have lower testosterone levels.
For the article published in the Journal of Urology, the research team collected data from a nationwide health study to assess the figures of more than 3,100 men.
On the basis of a two-day diet prescribed by the American Heart Association, 14.6 percent of men consumed a low-fat diet, while another 24.4 percent of men consumed diets like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
According to the study, serum testosterone was found to be lower in men taking a low fat diet compared to those on a normal diet.
The purpose of doing this research was to know whether the food has a direct effect on the testosterone level of men.