Testosterone Pills For Men

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Published on November 23rd, 2013
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Dear visitor,

Welcome to my webpage about testosterone pills for men, or should I say Welcome to my Health Page because the information youre about to read may not be what you expect it to be.

I have started this webpage because I have been getting a lot of questions about testosterone pills and the claims that have been made on the internet.

Obviously people want safety and results when taking health supplements.

While most people will have no questions about regular vitamines, a lot of people are not familiair with testosterone pills so questions naturally rise.

Testosterone is nothing but a steroid body hormone belonging to the androgen group. In mammals it plays a very interesting and vital role as a sex hormone.

In males, they are mainly secreted as primary sex hormone in their testes and in females as secondary sex hormone, in their ovaries.

However, some amounts of it are also released by the adrenal glands present in both the sexes.

This hormone is also anabolic in nature.

In male humans, a vital role in developing the male reproductive tissues like prostate and testis is played by this testosterone.

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