Lack of Testosterone!
Boost Male Hormones, Fast!
Do you need a testosterone boost?
Then read on to learn how to do it naturally, without doctors, and without drugs...
Start Taking Natural Testosterone Boosters!
Don't even think about using gels, creams or injections before you give these a shot. Coax your body into producing it's own T, naturally!
Reduce Your Estrogen Load
Excessive male estrogen promotes weight gain, and feminine characteristics in men such as, enlarged breasts, pear shaped body, loss of muscle mass, and fleshy hips and thighs.
Excessive estrogen also causes numerous health problems, these include...
Do Testosterone Boosting Exercises
When you exercise in brief, intense spurts, your body responds by releasing testosterone, and growth hormone.
To get this hormonal release, all you need to do is surpass the anaerobic, or lactate threshold. To do this...
Take Testosterone Boosting Supplements
Testosterone supplements do may different things, such as, block estrogen, boost testosterone, improve erection quality, increase luteinizing hormone, boost human growth hormone, and convert bound testosterone to free testosterone.
Following is a list of testosterone supplements I use to make all this happen...
Eat Testosterone Boosting Foods
The old school Natural Bodybuilders knew the value of quality fats from clean animal sources. In the old days it wasn't egg whites, pasta, and tofu. It was steak, butter, and whole eggs! Consider these facts...
Begin a Testicle Massage Routine
Healthy, normal testicles produce somewhere between 4-7 mg of T a day. Since you are reading this now, chances are you're only producing about 1-2 mg a day.
Adding massage to your routine may help you improve those numbers. Here are a few facts...
Boost Growth Hormone Levels
As you age, Human Growth Hormone levels drop. That's just the way it goes. But, you can take action to boost your HGH naturally, without spending a fortune on traditional Human Growth Hormone therapy.
Get off Statins
Men who take statins have lower blood levels of male androgen's, including testosterone.
Since cholesterol is used by the body to make the sex steroids, that's no surprise.
The emotional flat lining, and decline in cognitive ability statin users experience makes complete sense now that we know this.