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The most basic step for avoiding "man boobs" is to not get them in the first place. Gynecomastia, gyno, terms for the unusual enlargement of fatty and glandular tissue in the breast area is a side effect of steroid use. It may also occur in older men, men who are obese, and even from certain medications (even antibiotics) and excess alcohol intake as well as soy products. Interestingly, tea tree oil and lavender oil are also strongly associated with causing gyno. So avoiding steroids and growth hormone, soy products and excess alcohol is the first step. But what if you already have this issue?
Immediately stop the steroid and growth hormone intake. Not all users of steroids and growth hormone will get gyno, but some do and you want to remove that possibility. After all, you want to look like a man, not a lady.
There are surgical procedures and medications for those who have been stuck with gyno for some time. However, if you are just staring to get the stuff, you can attack it naturally.
Oddly, a vegetable – broccoli - can really help in this area.
Broccoli alters body estrogen levels. An element in broccoli, indole-3-carbinol, has anti-estrogen effects. When indole-3-carbinol reacts with stomach acid the response is an anti-estrogen action. So you want to get this anti-estrogen action going as quickly as possible. That means adding a lot of broccoli to your omelets, steaming broccoli for your lunch and evening meals, and really loading up on it to directly and naturally attack gyno.
At the same time you are taking broccoli for the indole-3-carbinol effect, also boost your own testosterone production by eating more foods that contain testosterone stimulants such as zinc and butter.
Jump on this issue right away so that you don't have to have surgery or medication.
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