A recent study proved that low levels of testosterone significantly affect the oxidation of fats but have no effect on the production of proteins.
The researchers treated 12 men in a good health with an average age of 23 years using a catalyst for the secretion of the hormone of the reproductive gland in order to stimulate the castration levels of testosterone. After one month , 5 men were selected randomly and been treated with Gel which contains physiological level of testosterone or an excess level of testosterone than nature.
The researchers found that the hypogonadism for a short period did not affect the secretion or the concentration of the short position density proteins , but a decrease of the oxidation of grease was noticed.
The results also showed that testosterone may work through non-genetic methods in the liver, but testosterone should not be considered of the major determinants of the stability of the short position density proteins for men.