Jay Campbell On Optimizing Testosterone Levels and Reducing Gynecomastia

testosterone replacement therapy expert Jay CampbellJay Campbell is a family father, succesfull real estate business owner, former physique model and most importantly: an expert on optimizing testosterone levels.

Symptoms of low testosterone levels are: Depression, fatigue, brain fog, low amount of muscle mass, high body-fat, anxiety and indecisiveness.

Jay has over 10 years of experience with testosterone optimization and he’s the guy I go to when I need advice on optimizing my testosterone levels.

Today, you will have the opportunity to listen to Jay and I discussing testosterone optimization, gynecomastia and anti-aging for over 80 minutes in our 2 part podcast which you can stream below.

Part (1/2): Optimizing Testosterone Levels and the Importance of Monitoring Your Blood Work

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On part 1 of this podcast we discuss:

  • The symptoms of low testosterone levels.
  • The importance of monitoring your blood work.
  • Why you shouldn’t accept low testosterone levels.
  • How to optimize testosterone levels naturally.
  • How to optimize testosterone levels through Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT).

Part (2/2): Gynecomastia, Puffy Nipples and Man Boobs

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On part 2 of this podcast we discuss:

  • Gynecomastia, man boobs and puffy nipples.
  • How to maximize your chances of getting rid of gynecomastia naturally if you’re in puberty and have had it for less than 3 years.
  • The drugs you can use to reduce estrogen levels and thereby get rid of gynecomastia if natural means do not work.

Resources Mentioned On The Podcast

Jay’s Projects

Anti Estrogen Medications For Puffy Nipples

Without using supplemental TRT these medications have the potential to drive your estrogen too low, but they are still a better option than surgery which involves numerous risks. 

List of medications:

  • Letrozole.
  • Arimidex.
  • Raloxifene.
  • Nolvadex.
  • Aromasin.

Shop links:

Complete Testosterone Bloodwork Guides

FREE Testosterone and Gyno Guides

Other Resources

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Be proud but stay hungry,

Oskar Faarkrog


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  1. Beware of so called “Experts” with no credentials whatsoever, especially when they say “dont listen to doctors or endocrinologists, listen to me instead”. All this guy said was “uuuuuuuuhhh, ya. Do what oskar did and look into hrt. Ide be offended if i was oskar (since hes studying medacine ) at his “Doctors dont know shit ” comments

    • Oskar Faarkrog, ISSA Certified Personal Trainer says:


      Jay is very credible when it comes to testosterone. He may not have a degree, but he has over a decade of self-study and regularly consults with people who have degrees and top credentials.

      Also, I study MBA right now and only studied endocrinology in my spare time while doing a business and politics degree.

      Unfortunately, most doctor don’t know much about hormone optimisation for men with low testosterone. I have been to 1 doctor and 3 endocrinologists, and none of them gave me any good, actionable tips on how to raise my testosterone.

      Most of them follow stuff that was written when they did their degrees 15-20 years ago, and haven’t taken the time to “update” their knowledge.

  2. Hello Oskar,

    Jay links to a nice and affordable online blood work service in the US. Can you recommend any similar services in Europe? I live in Denmark. I saw a service in UK that allows to send a finger blood test by mail.

    • Oskar Faarkrog, ISSA Certified Personal Trainer says:

      In Denmark you can get it done for free through your doctor. Just say you have low testosterone and list the symptoms. Then ask for a hormonal panel (including estradiol/E2 and total testosterone).

  3. Hello Oskar,
    I am a 14 year old American, skinny-fat male. In the past year, I have contracted gynecomastia, and I really want it to go away. Of course I can’t fix my hormones over night, as my endocrine system couldn’t support such a change. I have been increasing my workouts now to daily, I am eating red meats, or other sources of protein high in dietary fat (such as peanut butter). I have started going on a stricter diet and have lost nearly ten pounds, and 4 inches off my waist in about a 5 month time. Still, I struggle to get my hormones in balance, and increase my chances at eliminating my gyno. Any tips would be very appreciated.

  4. Also, the majority of ‘tards on internet who talk about raising testosterone will tell to eat a lot of protein and less carbs. But it’s the exact contrary, you need a lot of fat (saturated and mono) AND lots of carbs (Potatoes, rice, oat, etc) so it doesn’t leave a lot of room for proteins and you don’t even need them as much as people think. I never had problem building muscles with 100g of protein per day.

    • Oskar Faarkrog, ISSA Certified Personal Trainer says:

      On this I agree. As long as you meet your protein needs (which for most people aren’t that high at all), the rest should go to carbs and fat. Generally speaking, the more you train and the leaner you are, the more carbs you can get away with.

  5. I don’t know, I’m not sure about all that… where I live I don’t find men and young men being less aggressive and controllable, I’d say on the contrary from my experience, I don’t know if it’s because I live on the country side lol. It’s easy to get into fights and when you think about it more and more guys go to the gym, are rebellious to the law and cops etc. All those crimes, gangs and shit. I don’t see the world becoming more soft and girly. Not at all. Look a the success of Games of Thrones, the popularity of the UFC, self-centered mentalities, Rap music, Superhero movies, gyms being full of brodudes, etc etc. I think we are a bit paranoid about the decline of testosterone.

  6. Hi Oskar,

    Great website! I was wondering what your opinion is on TRT for men over 35?

    Do you think it’s necessary, or can you even get close to TRT levels using natural methods?

    Keep up the great work!

  7. It’s been a year since ive found your website and i’ve had all kinds of positive results. When I searched how to get rid of puffy nipples I got into your website and started training for diamond pushups. Right now I can see seperation lines from the upper chest but my goal is to build a chest like Lazar Novovic and I know that the only way how to build a chest like his is to do a thousand reps of pushups and I’ve seen him posted that on twitter a lot of times. But I just want to say thank you also since without having come accross your website I would not know what to do with my puffy nipples, a very scary topic that most people would not like to share. That’s right about those plastic bottles, I have also eliminated plastic containers and packages just to make sure but I dont eliminate wheat. I will share my progress with everyone soon.

    Great Work!

  8. Matias Page says:

    Amazing work guys. I’m right now in a battle to get into TRT.

    From what I hear, the only solution is to have the money to get an anti-age clinic to prescribe me testosterone.

    Because finding a doctor to do it has proven to be a nightmare. At least for me. I’ve been to 5 different doctors in the past two years.

    It feels like one has to FIGHT the medical establishment in order to get healthy. It’s maddening!

    By the way, last year, my prolactin levels were at 22.2 ng/ml. Testosterone was at 489 ng/dl. I’m 37 years old. And reading articles like this, and the amazing Get Serious book I know that I can improve my situation.

    Thank you Jay and Oskar for your work.

  9. Great initiative Oskar (and Jay)!

    I’m no expert on the subject, but it seems to me like TRT could be a good solution for some people. Especially for middle-aged men who are starting to lose motivation and energy levels. But first I think people should start with the simplest solution (Occam’s razor): to try working out harder, eating cleaner foods, and fixing their sleep hygiene.

    Furthermore, if TRT didn’t work, we wouldn’t see so many older (rich/successful) guys using it and looking great. Like Stallone or Van Damme, etc.

    Question for Jay:
    Around what age would you suggest guys try TRT, given that their blood work shows low levels?

    Also, your SOAR seminars seem very cool. I’d love it if I was older and living in the U.S

    The Transhumanist book looks interesting. I just skimmed it and will check it out soon when I’m less preoccupied. Thanks for the resources.

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