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How To Build Muscle Quickly By Boosting Testosterone Levels

Written by Dr. White, Published on December 22nd, 2017

   Testosterone. Without adequate levels of it, your road to building muscle will be much steeper and far harder to climb.Remember, testosterone is the most powerful and essential muscle-building hormone known.The higher your testosterone levels, the quicker you can pack … Read more »

Testosterone facts to consider when deciding on testosterone replacement therapy

Written by Dr. Tom, Published on December 20th, 2017

Statins may lower testosterone and libido      There is evidence that statin-type cholesterol-lowering drugs lower testosterone levels (BMC Medicine, Feb. 28, 2013).A side effect of medications like pitavastatin (Livalo), atorvastatin (Lipitor) and simvastatin (Zocor) is that lower testosterone could have an … Read more »

Diabetic men with low testosterone run higher risk of developing atherosclerosis

Written by Dr. Tom, Published on December 19th, 2017

Testosterone linked to condition where clogged arteries restrict blood flow There are many health problems in men who have low testosterone levels: reduced desire for sex, fewer erections that happen spontaneously, such as during sleep, infertility, increased body fat, decreased strength … Read more »

Testosterone’s Surprising Link to Men’s ‘Love Hormone’ Oxytocin

Written by Dr. White, Published on December 16th, 2017

After testosterone blast of hunting, men’s ‘love hormone’ rises when they return home   Testosterone. It fuels the drive of hunters, athletes, traders in the financial markets and other so-called “Alpha males.”And regardless of their differences, they all tend to have … Read more »

More Sex: A Better Way to Boost your Testosterone Levels

Written by Dr. White, Published on December 15th, 2017

Contrary to popular belief, study suggests the relationship between the two works the other wayFRIDAY, March 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Experts have long assumed that as a man’s testosterone level drops, so does his sex life.But a new study … Read more »

The best areas to intramuscularly self-inject testosterone

Written by Dr. Tom, Published on December 13th, 2017

The best areas to intramuscularly self-inject testosterone   Testosterone injection is done intramuscularly. What this means is the shot must go directly into the muscle by penetrating the skin and subcutaneous (under the skin) tissue.Intramuscular injections are quickly absorbed and are … Read more »

There Is No “Testosterone Controversy”

Written by Dr. Tom, Published on December 12th, 2017

New studies show the testosterone “controversy” is non-existent  There’s an old cliché: if you wait long enough, what is currently out of favor today will be tomorrow’s darling.And it is indeed true; this time the wheel has turned on testosterone.The … Read more »

Acidosis: The Hidden Health Destroyer

Written by Dr. Stevenson, Published on December 12th, 2017

  Acidosis: The Hidden Health Destroyer Your Most Important AND Little Known Measure of Good Health What is the most important thing you should focus on for good health?Hint: it’s not your weight…or your BMI…or your cholesterol…or your triglycerides…or even your blood pressure. Without a doubt, these numbers are important. But there is one number that tells you more than these about your health, and you need to be aware of it to ward off disease and live pain-free: Your Blood pH Level The measure of acidity or alkaline in the body is potential hydrogen, or pH, which is expressed in a number between 0 and 14, and is usually measured through blood testing. A reading of 0 is pure acid, 7 is neutral, and 14 is pure alkaline. Without exception, all of your organs, bones, tissues and joints function at their best when your blood pH is slightly alkaline, which is around 7.35. Here’s a brief look at the science behind acidosis The stomach has a normal pH measure of approximately 4.0. Consuming high pH alkaline water causes the stomach pH to rise. When the stomach pH rises above 4.5, the stomach produces more hydrochloric acid. Here is the

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Things You Might Not Have Known About Testosterone

Written by Dr. Tom, Published on December 10th, 2017

The male hormone has evolved 500 million years ago from estrogen.1. Both genders have testosterone circulating in their bloodstream, although women have far less. Testosterone is produced in testicles, ovaries and the adrenal glands.When pregnancy begins, it starts the development … Read more »

Testosterone Replacement Therapy boosts aerobic capacity

Written by Dr. White, Published on December 9th, 2017

The joint meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society was the site of a presentation on June 22 concerning findings discovered from a clinical trial of sedentary men with low testosterone levels and mobility problems which … Read more »


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