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A. How does it work?

(Why What)


1. Androgen

A boy’s physical appearance and reproductive system is determined by androgen, a steroid hormone. Prior to adolescence, androgen levels remain low, and peak during puberty. Healthy genes are critical to the optimization and balancing of androgen levels, which play out in a range of male characteristics, such as height, muscle, shoulder breadth as well as men’s low voice pitch.

2. Breastfeeding

Breast milk is the healthiest existing sustenance for infants. When it is given in adequacy with a baby’s needs, the milk helps to regulate the gut biota in his early stages of development. A good bacterial balance in turn, will ensure the well-functioning of his organism.

3. Good nutrition

A nutritive diet supports the development and the optimization of the endocrinal system’s functions, which produce regulatory hormones that are essential to the human organism. Adolescent boys with healthy endocrines usually also possess the right amount of androgen needed for their physical and reproductive development.

4. Antioxidants

Free radicals are part of most environments which affect all humans, including babies. However, if a well-functioning organism is developed at an early age, an antioxidant defence will be established to minimize the potential harmful consequences of free radicals. Adolescent boys with adequate hormonal levels and healthy cells will see their hips and breasts enlarge as part of their reproductive development.

B. In the absence of the elements

listed in A,

the following may occur :

1. Abnormality of hormonal production in endocrine system

In males, deficient genes can affect the proper functioning of the endocrine system, as well as the production of sex hormones. Indeed, medical research has found that disorders of sexual development (DSD) are triggered by genetic abnormalities.

2. Dysbiosis

The gravity of dysbiosis or microbial imbalances is such that these alone can upset the entire organism. From chronic inflammations, a disturbance in the functioning of the internal organs, various hormonal imbalances -including that of androgen-, the consequences can be severe. Excessive amounts of the androgen hormone result in a below-average body size, which is caused by premature bone growth and the interruption of the process before adolescence begins.

3. Low/high production of sex hormones

Diet also plays an important role in the functioning of the hormonal system, especially the sex hormone. Malnutrition and hyperalimentation can, for instance, result in certain dysfunctions, notably in relation to bone and sexual development in teenage boys.

4. Endocrine glands malfunctions

Long-term chronic inflammation is also responsible for dysfunctions in the hormonal system, which can hinder sex hormone production and sexual development, overall.

C. Towards developing effective solutions

1. Further research

Several medical studies suggest that several fatal illnesses are caused by the overlap between recessive genes and the androgen function. Currently, however, further research needs to be conducted to develop potential treatment options in compliance with medical practice.

2. Providing prebiotics and probiotics

Prebiotics and non-digestible polysaccharides can harmonize and even out gut bacteria to optimize and prevent imbalances in the gut microbiota. This balance is notably crucial to the metabolism and the food absorption process. Prebiotics should not be confused with probiotics, live bacteria of which the properties are beneficial to both the digestive system and gut flora.

3. Nourishing foods

Nutrition in childhood and teenagehood is especially important to hormonal production during teenage years. Nutrients that are vital to sex hormone production in adolescents are the following:

Essential nutritions for balancing androgen level

3.1 Calciferol

Calciferol functions like a hormone, and is commonly found in sea fish, eggs, and milk. It has been found that in men, a deficiency in protein may lead to lower sex hormonal levels, whereas calcium boron increases them,

3.2 Zinc

Meat, eggs, and soybeans, cereals, and oyster are rich in zinc, an important chemical element for the well-functioning of the body. It is also known to be a male sex hormone booster. A zinc deficiency, however, has been associated with low androgen levels. Therefore, a prescription for a zinc supplement can rectify this problem.

3.3 Phenol

In addition to strengthening the antioxidative system, phenol facilitates testosterone production, a male sex hormone responsible for several male traits. Phenol also boosts male fertility, by increasing both the quantity and quality of sperm.

4. Providing active substances that prevent free radicals

Because of pollution, ultraviolet radiation and the daily usage of synthetic chemicals, the environment is increasingly toxic, and causing an unprecedented amount of harm to human bodies. Hence, developing and sustaining a strong defense system against free radicals is critical. An effective defense can, for example, protect against chronic inflammatory cellular and chromosome damage, which can affect the hormonal system’s proper functioning in children.


There are in total two different types of antioxidants :

1. Enzymatic antioxidants

Enzymatic antioxidants, on the one hand, transform themselves into enzymes such as superoxide dismutase (SODs), catalase, and others that form together the glutathione system.

2. Non Enzymatic antioxidants

Non-enzymatic antioxidants consist of the following: ascorbic acid (i.e., vitamin C), glutathione, melatonin, tocopherols and tocotrienols (i.e., Vitamin E), as well as carotenoids, flavonoids and uric acid.

Consuming foods on a regular basis that are rich in antioxidants will facilitate the elimination of excessive of free radicals that typically harm the DNA and cell structures.

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