The 3 step solution to Getting Rid of Your Man Boobs permanently

Having man boobs sucks, I get it.  Personally.  If you’re like me, you probably thought that generically “losing weight” would be the solution.  And sure that sort of thing helps, but only so much.  See, when someone has pronounced man boobs, they’re usually disproportionate to the rest of their body size, meaning than even at a healthy body weight your chest may look different than others.  So there’s something else going on (we’ll get to that in just a second).

While man boobs won’t go away on their own, I’ll tell you right now, that they’re not irreparable, and you’re not stuck with man boobs forever.  Fear not, I’ve been there, and I got rid of them.  Below are three simple steps you can take to start getting rid of your man boobs today.  That’s my promise to you.  No beating around the bush, if you read every word on this page, you’ll be on your way.  Ready?  Let’s get started.

 1) Testosterone, Estrogen, and You – Get Balanced


Man Boobs? Don’t Laugh. Even Simon Has a Pair.

Men have a trace level of estrogen (the female hormone) in our bodies just as women have trace amounts of testosterone in theirs.  Normally the hormone is dormant.

But sometimes food and lifestyle can cause them to grow in men. If you’re one of the unlucky men to be affected — there are alternatives to getting rid of them, or making them dramatically smaller without risking surgery.

The thing is, and there’s no way around this, men simply aren’t meant to have manboobs.  Period.  And recent years have been the first in history that this has been a real problem.  What’s that mean?  It means we’ve got a big freakin’ problem today!  Namely, that problem is that a ton of man-made products contain estrogen.  And not just obscure things you never contact with, the stuff you use every day.

Unfortunately for us guys, estrogen particles are a major bi-product of many industrial production processes today.  Not only that, but the products these industries produce become things we use on a daily basis.

To throw in another variable, receptiveness to estrogen also varies both within the male and female genders.  More simply, this means that how one mans body responds to estrogen may be different from another’s.  This is often predetermined at birth, but do not confuse that to mean there isn’t something you can do about it.  In fact, while you might not be able to control your body’s response to estrogen, you can certainly change its exposure (see below).

Things you can do TODAY to put step one into action:

  • Reduce your use of chemically produced products: aftershave, cologne, etc.
  • Use “necessary” products in a smarter way.  You’re probably not going to quit deodorant cold turkey, but you can avoid applying it as often or in unnecessary areas (such as the chest!).

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