If you know anything about fat loss and athletic performance, you’re aware that hormones are easily one of the most important factors.
In fact, hormones affect all aspects of human function. They dictate mood, allowing us to be upbeat and on top of the world, or depressed and tired.
They trigger muscle contractions and stimulate protein and fat synthesis.
They enable world champion athletic performances, govern metabolic rate, and tell us when we’re hungry.
But hormones don’t exist in a vacuum. Instead, hormone levels are constantly in flux, playing off each other and determining how we perform in the world.