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Sunday, March 10 • 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Biology of Weight: What Men Need to Lose the Gut

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What if the biologic differences between men and women determined their body weight?
Most of the recent rise in US obesity is in men; women have stayed stable. Men's average weight has risen from 180# in 1990 to 196# in 2012. About 35% of men are obese; another 35% are overweight.
Most men don't know that their belly fat converts testosterone that their testes make into estrogen.
Or that hormone-disrupting toxins affect sperm, that obesity cripples fertility, and is one reason for erectile dysfunction.
Or that men are more likely to die than women of the most common cancers. Obesity is a reversible cause of many cancers.
Men have not had a dietary approach to drop the gut, because men don't diet--they refuel.
However, they can boost testosterone naturally. They can get the toxins out.
This session will describe the weight-related crisis in men's health, the gender gap and a solution: a no-nonsense beta-tested (data to include group text-response and online video) lifestyle approach.
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Sunday March 10, 2013 3:30pm - 3:45pm CDT
Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 616AB

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