Which countries have the highest testosterone levels?

Average testosterone levels have reached an all-time high in Brazil.

According to a new study, the country has the highest average testosterone level among developed countries, and it’s more than double the average in the US.

Brazil’s average testosterone was estimated at about 7.6 nanograms per deciliter.

The US average is about 2.5 nanograms. 

The findings of the Brazilian study were published in the scientific journal Molecular Psychiatry, which found that testosterone levels increased across the population in Brazil, including among women. 

In terms of the percentage of women who reported having higher testosterone levels than men, Brazil was the top country for men, with 17 percent of men reporting higher testosterone than their average, and 24 percent reporting higher than average testosterone. 

Men were also more likely to report having higher levels of the hormone in their bodies than women.

Brazil also had the highest proportion of men with elevated testosterone levels among women in the study, with about 35 percent reporting an elevated level.

The Brazilian study found that about 10 percent of all adults reported higher than normal testosterone levels at one point in their life, with women reporting the highest rate of higher than usual levels. 

Researchers said that while the findings of this study were not surprising, it’s important to note that the number of people reporting higher levels than average is higher than the overall population of Brazil.

The average testosterone in Brazil is about 4.5 to 6.5 ng/dL, according to the study.

This means the average man in Brazil has about 3.5 times the testosterone than average woman, and women report a higher than expected amount of testosterone than men. 

Although the study was limited to men, it could have implications for women, who are more likely than men to have higher testosterone.

A higher percentage of females in Brazil are believed to have a higher testosterone level than men because of the social, cultural, and economic factors that make it more difficult for women to attain the male norm. 

There are many other possible reasons why Brazil’s testosterone levels are higher than that of the US, including the fact that the country’s population is younger and more diverse, and the country is more ethnically homogeneous.