They also don't take in enough protein. Plus, they don't do labor type jobs using muscles and few workout, some men workout too much, endurance athletes and can't keep up with Testosterone production w/o some sort of supplements - Zinc, Magnesium, calcium, Ultimate Profit Solution complex vitamin, amino acids, etc. They don't eat enough meat, chicken, eggs either. They make supplements with everything one needs to fix this issue... if one's body is working and they do at least some time of intensity workouts 3-times a week.
So, in hindsight, I think that article is total BS, actually I know it is. I bet their next article will say that Global Warming, failure to install LBGT bathrooms and voting for Trump will cause a lack of testosterone in men, but reading Karl Marx and quotes by Castro and Obama will fix that problem for ALL men?
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