There are a number of things that cause this including alcohol consumption (regular or excessive) injury to the scrotum, high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, or varicocele a bundle of large veins that affects 1 in 5 men. But "better living" such as what you have been pursuing, clean diet and exercise are the base of any program to remedy it. Is there anything you have changed in the last few months? re you getting 3000+ calories a day? I just ask because if you have been running on low calories for a while possibly you could "bonk" at some point? I read that either overweight or underweight tends to correlate to low testosterone, so it would seem that if you aren't getting proper nutrition (or some part of it you are missing) this could have an effect.
One article I read seemed to back up the importance of good nutrition and mentions several key vitamins/minerals that are important:
Of course they talk about some animal products but as we know there are always alternatives.
I know you've been doing this for a while, a year and a half or so right? Are you still logging your food intake in cronometer or similar? If not, it might help to do that again. So you can have some hard data on what your intake of vitamins and minerals are, you may spot some dietary trends as well, that could help you pinpoint and possibly "trouble spots". Even if the answer doesn't present itself to you, I would think it could only help to have some good hard data to take with you if you need to go see a doctor or other medical practitioner about this.
Hang in there man!
Thanx Chris! I will look into all of this and see what works the best.
Good luck Kevin! It sucks to feel run down! I hope you're all stoked up soon! :)