It's no secret that obesity is hazardous to health. Men pay an extra price for excess weight, since obesity takes a special toll on male hormones, sexuality, and prostate health, reports the March 2011 issue of Harvard Men's Health Watch.
Here are some of the ways that can affects a man's health:
Less testosterone: Obesity lowers testosterone levels, which can affect muscle function and heart health.
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