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Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

featured article By: Shannon Clark Ever wonder if your sex life has to come at the expense of your ability to build muscle mass in the gym? Find out the answers here! Date Added: Jun 30, 2010 By: Sebastian Balcombe Testosterone impacts more than your muscles and sex drive; it can affect your physiology, career, and relationships. Give yourself an "Edge" with this complete guide to testosterone. Date Added: Jul 30, 2015 By: Keagan Kiely, CISSN Natural test boosters claim to stimulate your body to produce more testosterone to support muscle growth. Find out which ingredients will deliver the best results! Date Added: Jul 24, 2015 By: Alex Savva It's no secret that testosterone is the holy grail of male hormones. Here's how to boost your T-levels naturally and safely. Date Added: Mar 2, 2015 By: Matthew Kadey, MS, RD You've heard of superfoods? Nothing's more super for a hard-training lifter than foods that support testosterone production! Date Added: Jan 12, 2015 By: Ric Drasin Wildly popular when first released likely due to a rash of purported claims by manufacturers and retailers, this hormonal precursor has recently fell out of the mainstream spotlight, yet remains controversial. Ric's suggestion: it still … Read more »

High and Low Testosterone Levels in Men MedicineNet

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018

Testosterone is considered to be the "male hormone" that's produced in men by the testes. Although women's ovaries produce some testosterone, the hormone is produced in much higher concentrations in men and it is responsible for many of the secondary sex characteristics seen in men such as a deeper voice and hair on the chest, in addition to contributing to a healthy libido, building muscle mass, and maintaining energy levels. The problems associated with high testosterone levels are infrequent and rare in middle-aged and elderly men who are not receiving testosterone or other steroid treatments. When the testosterone level becomes out of balance, it usually becomes too low rather than too elevated. In general, the normal range in males is about 270 to 1070 ng/dL with an average level of 679 ng/dL. A normal male testosterone level peaks at about age 20, and then it slowly declines. Testosterone levels above or below the normal range are considered by many to be out of balance. Moreover, some researchers suggest that the healthiest men have testosterone levels between 400 - 600 ng/dL. Men who have a testosterone level that is higher than average may experience both benefits and drawbacks. Examples of benefits, … Read more »

Testosterone Booster – Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage …

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018

For a list of supplements to take to boost testosterone, see the increasing testosterone supplement stack. Testosterone boosters are a class of herbal or otherwise legal supplements that aim to increase levels of Testosterone in the body. This page discusses all compounds either marketed as or investigated for their usage as testosterone boosters or pro-androgenic compounds. For this reason, entries below may not actually boost testosterone. Many of the compounds below do indeed boost testosterone levels in some studies, but others either require hypogonadism or are just aphrodisiacs. Note on Aromatase Inhibitors A novel mechanism of increasing testosterone in men is through inhibiting the aromatase enzyme (also known as CYP1A1/2). This enzyme serves many purposes, one of which is to convert androgens (like testosterone) to estrogens. For more, see: anti-estrogen/aromatase inhibitors. Inhibiting the enzyme itself can increase testosterone and lower estrogen. Aromatase inhibitors can be useful as single supplements to take in order to switch the body to a more androgenic state. Increasing testosterone by other means, such as hypothalamic stimulation (see: D-Aspartic Acid and possibly Anacyclus pyrethrum), can yield more testosterone independent of this enzyme, and the enzyme's activity may be increased to compensate. In this scenario, supplementation with … Read more »

Nugenix Testosterone Booster NUGENIX GNC

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

HELPS TO: There are two types of testosterone: "free" testosterone and "bonded" testosterone. Increasing free testosterone can help you feel better in the bedroom and the gym! With Nugenix's key ingredient, you can enjoy libido, vitality, plus it can promote muscle health when combined with strength and endurance training.* Nutritional developers formulated Nugenix with Testofen, a key natural ingredient to help boost "free" testosterone along with resistance training. This key ingredient is carefully extracted from the fenugreek plant. A Testofen study in Irvine, California indicated positive free testosterone-related results. Nugenix also includes L-Citrulline Malate, Tribulus, Zinc, plus Vitamins B6 and B12 to help promote overall health and performance.* Nugenix is encapsulated in the United States to Food and Drug Administration Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Nugenix is safe with a non-habit forming ingredient profile. Nugenix's main ingredients can help improve your sexual performance and help promote overall health.* Nugenix can also help you enjoy time with your partner. Try Nugenix along with your exercise program right now and gain the benefits of potentially boosting the all-important "free" testosterone. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or … Read more »

Testosterone Transdermal Patch: MedlinePlus Drug Information

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018

Transdermal testosterone comes as a patch to apply to the skin. It is usually applied each night between 8:00 p.m. and midnight and left in place for 24 hours. Apply testosterone patches at around the same time every evening. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Use testosterone patch(es) exactly as directed. Do not apply more or fewer patches or apply the patches more often than prescribed by your doctor. Choose a spot on your back, stomach, thighs, or upper arms to apply your patch(es). Be sure that the spot you have chosen is not oily, hairy, likely to perspire heavily, over a bone such as a shoulder or hip, or likely to be under pressure from sitting or sleeping. Do not apply the patch(es) to the scrotum or to a skin area with open sores, wounds, or irritation. Also be sure that the patch will stay flat against the skin and will not be pulled, folded, or stretched during normal activity. Choose a different spot each night and wait at least 7 days before applying another patch to a spot you have already used. … Read more »

You & Your Hormones | Hormones | Testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Testosterone is a hormone which is responsible for many of the physical characteristics specific to adult males.It plays a key role in reproduction and the maintenance of bone and muscle strength. Testo (brand name for testosterone formulations); 4-androsten-17-ol-3-one. Testosterone is produced by the gonads (by the Leydig cells in testes in men and by the ovaries in women), although small quantities are also produced by the adrenal glands in both sexes.It is an androgen, meaning that it stimulates the development of male characteristics. Present in much greater levels in men than women, testosterone initiates the development of the male internal and external reproductive organs during foetal development and is essential for the production of sperm in adult life.This hormone also signals the body to make new blood cells, ensures that muscles and bones stay strong during and after puberty and enhances libido both in men and women.Testosterone is linked to many of the changes seen in boys during puberty (including an increase in height, body and pubic hair growth, enlargement of the penis, testes and prostate gland and changes in sexual and aggressive behaviour).It also regulates the secretion of luteinising hormone and follicle stimulating hormone.To effect these changes, testosterone is … Read more »

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Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 20th, 2016

9775b38c6f8aa95668c5ba25f8421560 Essiac Tea, or Tea of Life, is a popular beverage used in alternative cancer treatment. During the last few decades, it has gained popularity among cancer patients as well as the healthy population trying to ward off cancer. Essiac Tea is also called Herbal Essence and Vitalitea, whereas Flor Essence is a more advanced form of Essiac. Even so, no clinical trial has ever succeeded in confirming the effectiveness of cancer treatment through Essiac Tea, at least in case of animal trials. The history of Essiac Tea runs back to 1922, although its recipe or formula is much older. The herbal formula was revealed to a Canadian nurse named Rene Caisse in Ontario, by a patient who claimed to have recovered from breast cancer by an Indian herbal tea. He had obtained it from an Ojibwa medicine man. Caisse used the recipe to treat her aunt who was suffering from stomach cancer. Later on, she started offering this secret formula through her own clinic, as a tea and as an injection. In fact, Essiac is Cassie spelled backwards. In 1977 the recipe was handed over to a manufacturer in Toronto. Essiac Tea includes Indian rhubarb root, slippery elm inner … Read more »

Normal Testosterone Levels – Urology – MedHelp

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

You guys know there is a much better way to increase test levels than HRT, right?It's called nutrition and lifestyle. Increase intake of zinc and selenium.Try eating oysters a couple of times a week, and 3-4 Brazil nuts, morning and night.Combine this with plenty of fatty foods (cholesterol won't peak.Cholesterol levels are more a function of insulin sensitivity/resistance than dietary cholesterol.)Your body will need the cholesterol in fatty foods in order to manufacture hormones, including testosterone. Of course, my evidence is purely anecdotal, but in three months, eating 6-8 Brazil nuts per day, with supplemental zinc, and a 5-10 minute, high-intensity, full body resistance training session (olympic lifting; multi-joint movements, and a reasonably hight weight) 3 days a week, along with consumption of a LARGE amount of fatty, cholesterol-laden foods, like bacon, milk, and a LOT of red meat, I lowered my LDL cholesterol levels by almost 40 points, increased testosterone levels from 233 to 645, lost 20 lbs of fat, and gained 20 lbs of muscle. Sleep is another big part of the equation.Sleep deprivation causes elevated cortisol levels, which exist in inverse proportion to testosterone levels.Cortisol also, by the way, is part of the mechanism for downregulation of … Read more »

Tribulus Terrestris Review Does It Raise Testosterone or …

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 25th, 2018

I like to surf around at various health and fitness websites because it not only lets me help answer peoples questions but it also allows me get an idea of what people are curious about. Over the last several months Ive been noticing online chatter about Tribulus terrestris as a testosterone booster. I was a little surprised because tribulus terrestris was big in the early 1900s and then fell out of favor when people realized it didnt work. But maybe things have changed since I last reviewed the research so let me now take a fresh look at the tribulus terrestris research and see if there is anything new going on. Notice the amounts of tribulus used in the studies below. Im telling you the amounts so you can compare it to what is in your tribulus supplement. After reading this, you may want to check out what happened when I took tribulus for a few weeks. Also see my review of the HGH supplement, SeroVital. Tribulus or tribulus terrestris (also called puncture vine), is a plant that is found throughout the world. The term puncture vine stems from rumors that the plants thorns are able to puncture bicycle tires. … Read more »

Lack of Energy May Mean Lack of Testosterone –

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018

When most of us hear the word testosterone we think of puberty and men in their twenties sowing their oats. We also tend to think of bulky body builders pumped up and maxed out. However testosterone plays many more roles in the health of both men and women than many of us realize. And low levels of testosterone in both sexes may cause serious negative health consequences. Whats more is it seems that testosterone levels in both men and women are getting lower at earlier ages. In fact, its estimated that twenty-five percent of men over the age of forty-five have low levels of testosterone, or hypogonadism as its called. Thats about 15 million American men, according to an article in the New York Daily Times. What exactly is testosterone, you may wonder? Testosterone is the main hormone in the male. Its what we attribute to making men manly and propelling their sex drive. Technically speaking, it is an androgen, a hormone found more in males but also in females. Produced by the testes in men and the ovaries and adrenal glands in women, this anabolic steroid is often used to bulk up muscles and retain protein in the muscles … Read more »

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