The benefits of maintaining healthy testosterone levels include:
* Supports a healthy sex drive and strong erections
* Helps keep mood balanced and maintains sharp cognitive function
* Maintains strength and lean muscle mass
* Keeps skin healthy and maintains body hair
* Supports healthy bones
* Helps to prevent excess weight... especially around the mid-section
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A new study shows that you can look and feel younger by as much as 4 years if you use this little "feminine" trick.
Imagine, naturally boosting your:
* ability to sleep better
* reducing balding spots
* looking slimmer
* and feeling more manly and active!
Find out how below... Feeling slightly more "feminine" means feeling younger!
The study, published in Endocrine Today, in... ››› more
When you think of low testosterone, you think of old cranky men, right?
Well, in a study out of the University of Michigan, over 30% of men had testosterone levels below 300 ng/dL - the benchmark for good health.
And while 34% of men over 60 had low testosterone levels, 35% of middle-aged men were deficient in this essential hormone!
Read on to find out if you could be deficient in testo... ››› more
When we think of low testosterone, we associate it with older men heading for retirement…
They're not interested in sex anymore… They don't have energy for much… And, their muscles are fading away…
But a new study has found that low testosterone doesn't just affect older men. The numbers are shocking! Read more below…
These numbers will shock you…
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Something's not right. You just don't feel at home in your body anymore. You're sleeping less and eating more and feeling tired, bloated and cranky has become your default mode. Does this sound familiar?
Don't fret - most people have similar complaints. The signs and symptoms may vary, but there's a common denominator here… out-of-whack hormones!
Fortunately, by familiarising yourself wi... ››› more
Your hormones deplete naturally as you age - oestrogen in women and testosterone in men. One of the most common signs of this is a low sex drive!
If you're older and you find that your sex life is nowhere near as exciting as what it used to be due to a loss of libido, your doctor may prescribe hormone replacement therapy to get your sex hormone levels back up.
But just how well does hormone ... ››› more
Here's a scary fact - more than 3,000 colours, flavourings, preservatives and other ingredients are added to food. And this doesn't even include the additives from the packaging, such as phthalates, bisphenol-A (BPA) and bisphenol-S (BPS)!
What's even scarier is that they don't undergo testing for hormone-disrupting activity, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Don't you find that cr... ››› more
Bloating, headaches, mood swings, irregular periods, low sex drive and tender, swollen breasts... these are all common signs that your hormones are too high.
While most women will brush off these symptoms as “nothing”, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism warns that having high levels of the hormones testosterone and oestrogen in mid-life may increase ... ››› more
How many times in the last month have you found yourself saying, “Not tonight honey” when she cuddles up close?
Well, it could be something you ate…
Read on below to find out why…
Some foods boost your libido and others kill it
Here’s a list of four surprising foods killing your sex life:
Sushi is often touted as the ultimate health foo... ››› more
Admitting you suffer from a libido lag is not an easy thing to do. But as you get older, it becomes a more and more likely possibility. But that doesn't mean you're no longer entitled to a satisfying sex life. It you suffer from a lagging libido, then this is definitely for you. There are a number of steps you can take to regain the level of intimacy and sexual health you had when you and your... ››› more
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