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Many guys find testosterone injection intimidating, perhaps because there isn’t enough information about it to get started. Men ask for complete details and for that, below is a brief discussion on what you need to know about TRT when getting started.

Testosterone Injection Protocol

  1. 1.0 mg Arimidex (Anastrozole) per week in divided doses
  2. 250 IU Human Chorionic Gonadotropic injected subcutaneously every other day
  3. 100 mg testosterone enanthate or cypionate given per week, could be two or more depending on doctor’s advise

Testosterone injection done once a week causes spikes in the level of testosterone followed by lows. This can make you feel worse by the end of the end compared to your pre-TRT stare. Later on, the dead zone gets broader, feeling no relief with testosterone injection. This makes injecting twice a week or every other day (EOD) much better.

When you have frequent injections, the volumes are too small, using #29 0.5ml 50IU insulin syringes. You can inject in the muscle at the side of your thighs (vastus lateralis). The injection loads very slowly, however, the tiny plunger causes very high pressures. Never use 1.0ml syringes. The same size of syringe can be used for HCG injections.

Small needles cause less muscle damage. Some use #25 needle but this may not be faster compared to 50IU insulin needles. A clinical research has found that testosterone injection through subcutaneous tissue, which is under the skin into the body fat, provide a steadier levels of testosterone and enhances sense of well-being.

For men who exercise, sweat or shower a lot, transdermal testosterone gels and creams are not advised. Transdermal creams and patches are quite hefty and about 10 percent only of its testosterone content is absorbed. Also, men who have low levels of thyroid hormones don’t efficiently absorb testosterone administered topically.

Some people absorbs transdermal creams at the beginning, however, changes in the skin can prevent absorption after some time. With testosterone injections. There are no uncertainties or limitations when it comes to delivery of the drug.

Guidelines on hCG Injection

HCG therapy

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is a water-based peptide hormone that is injected to replenish lost luteinizing hormone (LH) that TRT suppresses. A lack of hCG can result to deactivation of LH receptors present in the testes. This results in:

  • Shrinkage of testes. For some, the testes can eventually lead to testicular atrophy. The degree of shrinking differs from person to person, but is more common among older men.
  • Fertility can be greatly affected. If you want an offspring, hCG injection is necessary. If not given, it may greatly reduce fertility or you may not recover fertility.
  • Less pain sensation. When the testes shrinks, some men feel pain in their testes. You can avoid this situation by injecting hCG.
  • When there’s a huge dearth of hCG and LH, the scrotum shrinks too and pull up to the body, giving the pre-pubescent appearance. This isn’t good for a person’s body image perception, and may also affect how women see you sexually.
  • Promotes pregnenolone production. Testes are the major producer of the hormone pregnenolone – a precursor to all steroid hormones such as cortisol, testosterone, DHEA, estrogen among other. It is also vital for proper mental functioning. hCG injection prevents a drug-induced deficiency of pregnenolone. People who are on TRT without hCG and then just start hCG reported a significant improvement on their mood, that most attributed to increase in pregnenolone levels.

When you inject hCG, you administer it into the fat beneath the skin the same as diabetics administer insulin. Research on the use of subcutaneous injection in men has showed the effectiveness of 250IU EOD dose. You can look for diabetes patient education material on how to administer insulin injection to be used for testosterone injection or hCG.

Guidelines on Anastrazole and Aromotase Inhibitors

arimidex

Elevated serum estradiol/E2 (30pg/ml and above) can interfere many benefits of testosterone injection. A serum estradiol equivalent to 22pg/ml is near optimal and to be able to get near this level, a person should take Anastrozole. Many men who began with TRT experienced favourable results that later on faded as estrogen levels increase.

My advice is to begin Anastrozole at 1.0mg per week in divided doses beginning at the day of your first injection. Then follow up estrogen lab tests for any necessary Anastrozole dose adjustments. It is not a good idea to wait and check if your estrogen levels increase before taking action. Take Anastrozole EOD if possible.

Testosterone injection with a dose of 100mg should result in 800 to 900 total testosterone (TT) range. While this is a good result, monitor your free testosterone (FT) or the bio-available testosterone. Some doctors won’t bother looking at the TT numbers at all. With age, SHBG (Sex hormone-binding globulin) levels increase while FT levels decrease.

See, a TT of 1000 of a young man won’t be the same as the TT of 1000 for an older man with high SHBG levels, because the FT level of the older man will likewise be well below, even though they have the same TT. Lab ranges presented on lab reports are age-adjusted.

Further, you have to know about prostate-specific antigen (PSA), problems in the prostate and digital rectal exam. Estrogen is a major factor of enlarged prostate or BPH (Benign prostatic hyperplasia). Many find that decreasing estrogen to 22pg/ml improves their urine flow as well as BPH. You also have to monitor your haematocrit levels as part of routine lab work.

Hormone Therapeutics Testosterone Therapy

Being a leading provider of low testosterone therapy solutions, we are always looking for newer ways to improve blood testosterone levels for our patients. We believe on improving testosterone levels with not only different testosterone treatment options that we offer, but also with diet, exercise, and therapeutic methods. Over the years, we have seen that our patients have greatly benefited from our Low-T therapy and treatment solutions, and our network of patients have grown across across all major cities of United States, including: Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Chicago, Jersey City, and Seattle.

If you or a loved one is dealing with low blood testosterone levels, contact us today to get a free evaluation of your Low-T symptoms and see how our treatment options can help you with your low testosterone.

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What You Need to Know about Testosterone Injection Protocol

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dementiaAccording to the latest study, dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, has surpassed heart disease as the leading cause of death in England. In 2015, over 61,000 people died due to dementia, or 11.6 of all recorded deaths.

Such change is mainly because of an ageing population, the Office for the National Statistics reported. People tend to live much longer nowadays that deaths from other causes such as heart disease have declined.

Further, doctor got getting better in diagnosing and managing dementia and such condition is now given more emphasis on death certificates. Deaths due to dementia were more common among women (41,283) than men (20,403) in 2015. It accounts for 15.2 percent of all female death, higher than 13.4 percent in 2014.

As for the male deaths, heart disease still took the lead in 2015. All forms of cancer was still quite the most common cause of death, with breast cancer as the biggest killer among women aged 35 to 49. Suicides took the lead within the youngest age group, from five to 19.

Alzheimer’s Research UK Hilary Evans said, “These figures once again call attention to the uncomfortable reality that currently, no-one survives a diagnosis of dementia. Dementia is not an inevitable part of ageing, it’s caused by diseases that can be fought through research, and we must bring all our efforts to bear on what is now our greatest medical challenge.”

Alzheimer’s Society Martina Kane said, “”It is essential that people have access to the right support and services to help them live well with dementia and that research into better care, treatments and eventually a cure remain high on the agenda.”

There are about 850,000 people with dementia in UK.

What are the Warning Signs of Dementia?

It is important to seek professional help if memory loss affects daily life, particularly if you:

  1. Find it hard to recall recent events, although you can easily remember events that occurred in the past
  2. Forget your friends’ names or common objects
  3. Struggle to follow television programmes or conversations
  4. Lose the thread of what you just said
  5. Cannot remember the details you have seen, read or heard
  6. Feel angry, depressed or anxious
  7. Have problems on reasoning and thinking

Though the therapeutic management and level of care for dementia has dramatically changed in the recent years, it is still a condition that frightens everyone. People find it hard to be around patients with dementia. It can be struggling to handle, especially if they behave badly in public. However, it is a disease and not the person.

Enhancing Mental Performance with Testosterone Therapy

Scientific studies of Testosterone Therapy have shown that it slows cognitive and mental decline that patients call increasing fuzzy brain. Many scientists and physicians believe maintaining a functioning and balanced endocrine system is important to maintaining optimal performance of so many areas of the body and help to push back age-related health issues.

One study of 83,000 US Veterans showed that supplement veterans with low testosterone back to normal levels over 550 ng/dl showed lower incidence of heart attack, stroke, prostate cancer and mortality. This is leading many experts to believe physician managed testosterone therapy can help men live longer, healthier and more productive lives.

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Dementia Now Tops the Cause of Death

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HCG therapy

What is HCG Therapy?

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is the glycoprotein hormone that mimics luteinizing hormone, a hormone produced by pregnant women by a growing embryo right after conception. The action of HCG is to prevent the disruption of corpus luteum in the ovary and to maintain the production of progesterone, another important hormone during pregnancy. HCG does a key role in the development of egg in the ovary and triggers the release of egg during ovulation. Further, HCG can be used to stimulate ovulation and address infertility in women.

If you’re confused what HCG has to do among men, then continue reading.

HCG therapy is given among young boys when their testicles didn’t go down in their scrotum as it should be. HCG is also important in preventing testicular shrinkage when using testosterone or anabolic steroid for a long time.

HCG Therapy on Testicle Size

Once testosterone is replaced, it stimulates the production of gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH). When GnRH isn’t present, the release of luteinizing hormone is halted by the pituitary gland. Without LH, the testicles couldn’t produce testosterone for the body. A decrease in testosterone can cause testicular shrinkage but once they are replaced, they start to enlarge again and immediately produce testosterone when HCG therapy is administered. HCG Therapy enhances a man’s testes in producing more testosterone.

HCG, when administered in small doses two to three times a week with testosterone replacement, can treat the reduced level of intratesticular testosterone. HCG is believed to have an LH-mimicking action, as well as the increase in the production of intratesticular testosterone. This is one of the reasons why many men are able to keep their fertility and libido when using 500 IU of HCG therapy with testosterone.

According to recent studies, it is now possible to maintain normal quality of sperm using the above ways without using FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone). Gonadotropin shouldn’t be ignored since it is necessary for sperm production.

Where does HCG Therapy come from?

Human Chorionic Gonadotropic is derived from the pregnant women’s urine or from other genetic modifications. The product is commonly available by prescription in different brand names such as Pregnyl, Profasi, Novarel and Follutein.

HCG comes in the form of a powder contained in a vial of 3,500 IU; 5,000 IU; 11,000 IU and more. It is better to contact a pharmacy and request to make vials for you in various IU amount. The vial comes with a 1 ml of bacteriostatic water as a diluent.

How is it administered?

HCG therapy is given as an injection under the skin or into the muscles. However, these two methods are still being debated if which one is better. The number of IUs for every injection varies on the amount of bacteriostatic water added to the powder. Bacteriostatic water is a fluid that contains preservatives. The water is added to the powder to reconstitute it before administration. When refrigerated, it has the ability to preserve the HCG for up to six weeks. It is important that you use ultrafine insulin needle when injecting HCG through the skin.

Conclusion:

HCG therapy has been proven as one of the best methods to address testicular shrinkage. When a person’s testes shrink, it can greatly affect his psychological and emotional well-being and thus, having an impact on his sex life. To prevent testicles from shrinking and preserve libido, HCG therapy is one of the best treatment options to consider.

Testosterone Therapy

Being a leading provider of low testosterone therapy solutions, we are always looking for newer ways to improve blood testosterone levels for our patients. We believe on improving testosterone levels with not only different testosterone treatment options that we offer, but also with diet, exercise, and therapeutic methods. Over the years, we have seen that our patients have greatly benefited from our Low-T therapy and treatment solutions, and our network of patients have grown across across all major cities of United States, including: Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Chicago, Jersey City, and Seattle.

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The Effect of HCG Therapy with Testosterone in Preserving Fertility, Libido and Testicle Size

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human growth hormoneSermorelin, medically termed as growth hormone releasing factor 1–29 NH2-acetate, is a bio-identical human growth hormone that has been genetically engineered to trigger the production of growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) coming from the hypothalamus, a gland next to the pituitary gland.

GHRH is a type of peptide containing 29 amino acids present on our own growth hormone. These amino acids are the active ones of GHRH. GHRH stimulates the pituitary gland to release growth hormones. As we age, the hormones secreted by the pituitary gland become depleted. Studies have shown the Sermorelin can restore the growth hormone to a youthful level by elevating the levels of IGF-1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor 1).

What are the Benefits of Sermorelin?

Sermorelin offers a handful of benefits. Patients can expect to notice:

  • Increase in their energy level due to fat breakdown
  • Increase in lean muscle due to efficient protein synthesis
  • Increase in muscles mass
  • Reduction in body fat due to efficient fat burning or lipolysis
  • Stronger joints and connective tissue
  • Stronger immune system
  • Increase in bone density due to increase in calcium retention
  • Improved cognitive performance
  • Efficient function of all internal organs

How does Sermorelin look like?

Sermorelin comes in an injectable vial, often in multi-dosage. Each vial contains 15 mg of lyophilized Sermorelin acetate. It is vacuum sealed to protect and preserve the hormone peptide. Every vital also comes with a diluent – a bottle of Bacteriostatic water.

How does Sermorelin administered?

Sermorelin is administered via subcutaneous injection using a fine needle similar to the one used for insulin among diabetics. The frequency is usually daily and is reduced over time.

When should I take Sermorelin?

The best time to administer Sermorelin is before bedtime. Growth hormone is usually released while asleep. During this time, it is highly beneficial for the body’s repair and recovery. Sermorelin has also a sleep-promoting effect and so, it can make you feel sleepy if administered during the day.

How will I know if Sermorelin is taking effect?

Both IGF-1 and HGH are secreted in a pulsatile nature, rather than constant. As such, a random blood analysis isn’t enough to achieve precise measurement. Physicians who prescribe Sermorelin and other similar peptides determine the effectiveness of the medication through symptomology or the study of the symptoms to check the benefits, blood analysis and physical appearance.

You’ll notice that it’s working if you experienced an improved sleep after several weeks of therapy. But this can only be noticed by those who have difficulty sleeping, however, most patients reported an improvement in sleep quality. It is usually accompanied with an improved mood and increase in energy level.

After 3 to 6 months of therapy, patient start to report significant changes in the body such as a leaner physique and increase in muscle mass. Later on, they will also notice a huge improvement in their overall health.

How long does Sermorelin take to work?

Similar to most human growth hormone medications, Sermorelin often has a ‘loading’ period between 3 and 6 months before you notice the full effects. When injected, Sermorelin is eliminated from the system rapidly and must be injected frequently. Its mechanism of action relies on a chain reaction of biological processes that result in increased growth factors and HGH. It will take some time for the levels to be optimal and achieve the benefits.

Do I have to take Sermorelin for the rest of my life to maintain the positive results?

The answer is no. Sermorelin has an active sustaining effect where the optical HGH level keeps after the last injection. Similar to synthetic HGH, Sermorelin should be injected daily but once the optimal levels are achieved, the frequencies of the injection can be reduced or stopped. When the results are achieved, the patient can shift to a maintenance protocol where the need for daily injections is eliminated.

Sermorelin vs. Synthetic Human Growth Hormone

Sermorelin is Better in Reducing Body Fat

Lipodystrophy is a condition characterized by abnormal accumulation of adipose tissue or body fat in certain areas of the body, usually at the legs, stomach, lower back and hips. Lipodystrophy is similar to the increase of body fat occurring as we age. A study on the effects of GHRH on HIV-positive men experiencing lipodystrophy has been published in 2011.

Results of the study showed that patients given with GHRH lost body fat and increased muscle mass, which significantly improved total body composition. The study concluded that GHRH was well tolerated by the patients and effectively increase IGF-1 level in HIV patients with lipodystrophy. The use of Sermorelin may potentially be beneficial for this population.

In Santa Monica, Ca, Dr. Rand McClain has found that patients experienced marked adipose tissue loss upon using Sermorelin. Many athletes have used Sermorelin and other peptides to reduce body fat and increase lean muscle. Additionally, Sermorelin plays a huge role in exercise recovery.

The Use of Synthetic Human Growth Hormone May Decrease Lifespan

Patients taking human growth hormone may actually shorten your lifespan, which totally conflicting to how it’s supposed to promote – anti-aging. Synthetic HGH is believed to bypass the pituitary axis going straight to the liver. This results to an increase of IGF-1 for an extended period of time. Persistent elevation of IGF-1 is harmful to health, and may lead to disease.

Many credit the beneficial effects of HGH to the mechanism of IGF-1 but this isn’t true. Studies revealed that the ideal environment for promoting positive health and enhancing longevity is to have high levels of naturally-produced growth hormone as well as growth hormone reserves and pulsing IGF-1. A pulsing IGF-1 means that the level fluctuates throughout the day with levels having high peaks and low valleys. Because IGF-1 is a highly powerful factor, it is so important that the level is maintained at all times, using only IGF-1 when necessary. Additionally, it was recently discovered in a clinical observation that some effects falsely associated to IGF-1 such as gain of lean muscle and extreme fat loss are actually the result of increase in endogenous growth hormone and not the IGF-1.

The use of Sermorelin acetate promote longevity by increasing the production of human growth hormone and promoting pituitary reserves of HGH. Sermorelin doesn’t bypass the pituitary-GH axis and as such, providing better control of IGF-1 level to preserve health.

Hormone Therapeutics Testosterone Therapy

Being a leading provider of low testosterone therapy solutions, we are always looking for newer ways to improve blood testosterone levels for our patients. We believe on improving testosterone levels with not only different testosterone treatment options that we offer, but also with diet, exercise, and therapeutic methods. Over the years, we have seen that our patients have greatly benefited from our Low-T therapy and treatment solutions, and our network of patients have grown across across all major cities of United States, including: Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Chicago, Jersey City, and Seattle.

If you or a loved one is dealing with low blood testosterone levels, contact us today to get a free evaluation of your Low-T symptoms and see how our treatment options can help you with your low testosterone.

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How Sermorelin Works for Human Growth Hormone Insufficiency

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This is the fourth and last part of our comprehensive list of:

99 Simple Natural Ways to Increase Testosterone

  1. Onion Love

Munching onions is one of the best natural ways to increase testosterone level. Studies have shown that a high concentration of onions in certain lab animals actually as much as tripled their testosterone levels. And they’re versatile, voluminous and delicious too.

  1. Super Selenium Works

Brazil nuts anyone? Easy to manage with any diet regimen (just a few brazils, macadamias or walnuts will suffice), a good selenium addition is one of the excellent natural ways to increase testosterone level.

  1. Find a Healthy Omega-3 to Omega-6 Balance

An optimal 1:1 balance may be dicult to manage but if you just cut out any and all vegetable, canola, sunflower and soybean oil from your cooking, and use butter and/or olive oil instead, you’ll go a long way to finding the proper balance and boosting your testosterone too.

  1. increase-testosterone10Don’t Go Cheap on Your Salt

As one of the most essential, everyday food additives, do not settle for cheap, refined table salt that may contain harmful fluoride due to its manufacturing process. Unrefined sea salt and/or Himalayan salt are very, very worthwhile investments.

  1. Give It a Rest

Yes, more sex is better than less, but frequent self-pleasure may actually lead to a decrease in your testosterone levels. Try to manage and mix in a 1-2 Days Hands O­ Abstinence Program to give your testes time to refresh and reload.

  1. Get Your Citrus

Get as much citrus fruit as you can as they’re a fantastic metabolism booster and adds the proper alkaline to your body that leads to a healthy testosterone increase.

  1. Add Vitamin A Plus

Like vitamin K2 (see #75) vitamin A is an important, fat soluble nutrient that is among the natural ways to increase testosterone level. So don’t forget your dark leafy greens, fish, liver and carrots and tropical fruits.

  1. Add Vitamin E for Easy

Easy vitamin E promotes volume and motility of your sperm levels as well as being highly beneficial to your hair and skin. Low levels of E, conversely, can lead to increased estrogen.

  1. Add Ashwagandha as a Super Supplement

Also known as “Indian ginseng” this plant is renowned for its natural hemoglobin producing properties as well as for being a powerful natural testosterone booster. Read your labels and purchase only organic.

  1. Shilijat Straight from the Himalayas

Although it may be dicult to locate this supplement, your body will be glad you did. Taken as a regular supplement (usually in a tea drink in powder form) Shilajat is rich in fulvic acids, a testosterone firecracker of nutrients.

  1. Add Avena Sativa

Another “Natural Viagra”, avena sativa is rich in zinc, manganese and iron and is often prescribed as natural erectile enhancement with no harmful side e­ffects. It’s even often used as a “sexual stimulant” for women!

  1. Get Spot

Bring a friend when you hit those weights! A spotter is not only a good safety practice for strength training, it can increase your testosterone levels too. Having a buddy there to help you bust past your max will give you a testosterone boost, and so will knowing someone is there watching. It’s an ego thing.

  1. Right Carbs, Right Time

Carbohydrates are an important macronutrient, but they’re also one of the biggest contributors to body fat and lowered testosterone. Get the benefits without the pudge by eating the majority of your daily carbs immediately before and after your workout. That’s when you have the highest anabolic potential, so your body will burn them best.

  1. Work the biggest muscle

Your biggest muscles are in your legs, and the way to work them is with squats. This is an amazing compound exercise that works all sorts of muscles at once, and the eff­ort and exertion required will increase testosterone. Keep on squatting!

  1. Say it with me: ZMA

Zinc is an extremely important factor in maintaining your Testosterone levels (that’s why the oysters!), but it’s not the only one. ZMA is a combination of Zinc, Magnesium, and Vitamin B6 – nutrients that are natural ways to boost testosterone level. It’s a super handy supplement stack to take right before bed. You’ll get better sleep and you’ll produce more testosterone while you’re at it.

  1. increase testosteroneSnack on Some Sushi

The omega-3 fatty acids contained in fish have a ton of health benefits, not least of which is increased testosterone production in men. Salmon is one of the absolute best sources of these aminos, but just about any fish will do. Fish oil supplements can do wonders if you’re not a fan of seafood.

  1. But Keep It Fresh

Although fish is fantastic for your health, go easy on the canned tuna. Canned tuna, especially albacore, has notably higher levels of mercury than other seafood. Mercury is just plain bad for you, and among other things will impact your testosterone. You don’t have to cut out the tuna salad sandwiches entirely, but don’t make it your only source of fish.

  1. Get Zen

You might think meditation is some hippy-dippy nonsense that’s just for spacey dudes who should eat a sandwich, but it’s actually an awesome way to lower stress. Lower stress means increased testosterone levels, so it’s something every man should consider. Give it an honest shot and you might be surprised!

  1. Hooray for Forskolin

Studies have shown this herbal supplement is e­ffective in boosting testosterone levels when taken over an extended period of time. Men who take it report that their overall mood and energy level improves, and it’s just a great thing. Give it a try and integrate it into your supplement regimen. Just remember it

  1. Dodge the Trans Fats

Trans fats are found in partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. They’re just plain bad for you! They’ll lower your testosterone production and it can bring on a host of other health problems. Sadly, it’s mostly found in deep fried, processed and frozen foods. Those can be pretty addictive, but show some control and stick to fresh or organic.

  1. Olive Oil!

Premade bottled salad dressings are usually pretty bad for you. They’re filled with all kinds of chemical garbage, and there’s just no need for them! One of the best natural ways to increase testosterone, boost is to use healthy olive oil instead. Just pour a little on your salad, and follow it up with some sweet Balsamic vinegar. For extra credit, add garlic or other healthy herbs!

  1. Go for the Gold with Olympic Lifts

The two classic Olympic lifts, the snatch and the clean & jerk, are supremely difficult and supremely effective at training your body. Don’t overdo your workouts, but once in a while give these two mainstays a try. You will hurt, guaranteed. But it’s a good hurt, and it’ll spur your testosterone levels.

  1. Complete Failure, It Really Is

Once again, don’t overdo your workouts! Although it’s tempting to push yourself to total muscle failure when you literally cannot hold up the weight any longer, you’re doing more harm than good. It’s fine every so often as a tool to find your maximum lift, but do not make it a regular part of your workout regimen. You’ll just over train!

  1. increase testosteroneGet Help

There’s no shame in seeing a therapist or counselor, and it can improve your body as well as your mind. Even mild depression will increase cortisol and lower testosterone levels. Getting past it with the aid of a professional is the best way to feel better, and you might be surprised at just how much better you feel once your body chemistry catches up.

 

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99 Simple Naturals Ways to Increase Testosterone – Part 4

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This is the third part of our comprehensive list of:

99 Simple Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone.

  1. Mercury Kills

Mercury is a horrific toxin that will absolutely crush your testosterone level, as well as cause any number of other health-related problems. Of course fresh fish (the fresher the better) should be an important part of your diet regimen, but buy or catch from unpolluted waters.

  1. Peak 7 Heaven

Similar to a HIIT workout, the Peak 7 Method involves a simple warm-up, followed by high-intensity exercises (burpees, lunges, etc.) for 30 seconds then a 90 second cool down and rapidly repeat for 7 times, an excellent natural ways to boost testosterone level. In addition to being an excellent cardio workout and Testosterone Boost, this training system is also convenient to fit into any schedule.

  1. Go Ahead and JUMP

The simple Old School action of jumping is proven to activate the lymphatic system which greatly benefits your testosterone levels as a result. So whether it’s jumping rope, hurdles or high bars, jump into a testosterone boost as a part of your cardio workout.

  1. boost testosteroneFlush the Fluoride

Fluoride is an iodine inhibitor (see #16) and an absolute testosterone killer. Iodine and fluoride are halogens and when introduced, harmful fluoride overcome helpful iodine and damages our endocrine system.

  1. Everybody Out of the Pool

Another harmful halogen and iodine inhibitor, easily avoidable chlorine need never be an issue, unless you happen to be training with the US Olympic Swim/Diving Team.

  1. Beat Bromine

Yet another harmful halogen, bromine is a carcinogen as well so be careful to keep bro-loaded foods (flours, non-organic produce and syrupy sodas that contain vegetable oil based bromine) and check your labels.

  1. boost testosteroneFeel the Fiber…in Moderation

Fiber is a diet positive but high-fiber diets can actually lead to a decrease in your testosterone level and so should be avoided. You may also want to equalize your fiber intake with a roughly average amount of oats, which contain saponins and will balance out your fibrous intake.

  1. Get Explosive Training

Low reps with Max weight (see #5) is one of the excellent natural ways to boost testosterone level, but adding explosive movements to your training (box jumps, tire lifts, sledgehammers, etc.) can also provide a reliable post-workout testosterone boost, as well as add to your core strength and overall power!

  1. Balance Your Protein

When you’re packing in the good protein you’ll need, don’t forget to collect your carbs and good fats as well. A high protein diet is a necessity to maintain a healthy testosterone level, but you’ll need to balance your diet regimen as well.

  1. Vegetarians Will NOT Inherit the Earth

The scientific facts are IN and the vegetarian way leads directly to a testosterone decrease…all the time and every time. Veggies are great, but meat is too. Everything in moderation!

  1. Hit Home Runs

Whether your ball striking game is baseball, softball or golf, the primal action of smashing something with a stick can really add a spike to your testosterone level. So bust out your sledgehammers and axes and drivers and swing away!

  1. boost testosteroneSlap Shot Hockey

If you can skate your way onto a team, then the stick smacking action and roughhousing of the game of ice hockey (gym/field hockey also applies) will also be a testosterone goal.

  1. Throw Away that Margarine

Let’s cut the scientific butter here and just state plainly that margarine is chemical garbage, an estrogenic dream and tastes horrible to boot. Throw it away forever if you haven’t already.

  1. Let Your Balls Breathe

Every reliable study shows that the optimal testicular temperature is just a bit cooler than the rest of your body, so don’t pack the nuts too tight in those Speedos. And absolutely avoid hot baths (or baths altogether) and let your boys stay cool and do their important testosterone generating work.

  1. Multi-Meal Diets are for Girls

    Eating a number (say 5-6) smaller meals a day can be a healthy and fuel-efficient method of living, but this sensible practice can also lead to slightly lower testosterone and growth hormone levels. Consider sticking with your back loading carbs (see #31) and fasting (see #15) regimens instead.

  2. Avoid Plastics (and all Chemicals in general)

All exposure to the vast majority of harmful chems floating everywhere today is health and testosterone negative because most act like estrogen when introduced to your system. Of course it’s virtually impossible to avoid them all but stop using plastics (and nuking Tupperware) and eat as organically as you can manage.

  1. boost testosteroneBreak Your Physical Barriers

Train Smarter, not Harder, but occasionally you want to push through to the next level if and/or when your workout routine is beginning to plateau. This breakthrough will of course be absolutely based on your level as an individual, so use your best physical intuition here instead of relying on any set metric. Know your body and make it work!

  1. Charge that Hill

Running best serves your testosterone increase when it’s explosive (see #58). Hill sprints in intervals are not only an awesome cardio workout, they’re a surefire spike for your testosterone levels as well. If you’re a flatlander then find the nearest multi-staircase and CHARGE!

  1. Combat Sports are a Testosterone Rocket

You don’t need to be a barroom brawler to get your punches and kicks in. Any reputable boxing/MMA gym or Martial arts dojo will provide you with the supervised, and relatively safe, outlet you need to release your inner-monster without incurring the wrath of the Law. A solid combat training addition to your workout regimen is absolute testosterone gold.

  1. Old-Fashioned Calisthenics Do the Testosterone Trick

Remember your old HS gym class warm-up (jumping jacks, running-in-place, bend-n-stretch, etc.)? Turns out calisthenics actually trigger a positive actions for your endocrine system, which in turn boost testosterone levels. So remember to give those jumping jacks your best!

  1. Keep the Carbs Up

Yes, a high carb diet may lead to an insulin spike, which will cause a decrease in your testosterone production but not enough carbs will definitely lead to a lower level of testosterone. One of the best natural ways to boost testosterone level is to balance your carbs with your proteins and good fats for optimum testosterone maintenance.

  1. Don’t Fiddle with Your Hormones

In certain cases (like hypogonadism), doctors may recommend Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Be careful to only do so under the guidance of an expert physician.

  1. boost testosteroneRaw Chocolate is OK

100% pure, organic chocolate (not the packaged, manufactured type) is loaded with anti-oxidants and a surprising amount of helpful minerals that lead to a healthy testosterone level. Of course, practice moderation when enjoying your chocolate treats.

  1. Bee Pollen is a Testosterone Bomb

Pure bee pollen, much like pine pollen, actually contains raw testosterone and will absolutely boost Testosterone Level when taken as part of your diet regimen.

  1. Add Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 is an important, but often overlooked fat soluble nutrient that not only is a key to bone health but is a reliable testosterone booster as well. So don’t be afraid to get your egg yolks, chicken livers, hard cheeses and salami in you as well as any fermented foods such as kimchi or natto.

 

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99 Simple Naturals Ways to Boost Testosterone – Part 3

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This is the second part of our comprehensive list of:

99 Simple Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone

  1. Stop the Sugar Sweetie

One of the natural ways to boost testosterone level is to reduce consumption of sugar. Refined white sugar is one of the most harmful dietary additives and one of the most ubiquitous- for anyone working towards a healthy testosterone increase. If you must indulge a sweet tooth, we recommend honey, watermelon or grapes.

  1. Fuel Up on Vitamin D

Make 100% All-Natural sunshine a part of your daily regimen (but don’t forget the sunscreen). Just 10-20 minutes a day will positively aff­ect your Testosterone levels and recharge your soul batteries as well.

  1. Tongkat Ali is the Greatest

The natural herbal supplement from Malaysia has been shown to increase overall testosterone levels by as much 40%, while at the same time reducing stray estrogen in the male system. That’s a win/win and we recommend either the raw herb itself or a powdered version.

  1. Suma Root for a Testosterone Reboot

Suma root, also known as Brazilian ginseng, is loaded with the natural steroid, ecdysterone, which is not only a healthy muscle builder but also a powerful testosterone booster.

  1. ways to boost testosteroneExtreme Wind Sprints

Much like HIIT training, short, intense and extreme wind sprints are stair climbing are proven testosterone boosters and natural ways to boost testosterone level that will really get your blood pumping. Want to kick it up a notch? Add a weighted vest and/or go barefoot in the snow. You’ll be an Animal in no time.

  1. Back Load your Carbs

A common practice among high-level athletes, back-loading involves eating only after your workout (never before). An e­ffective testosterone boost every time.

  1. Add BCAA’s to your Regimen

As supplements go, Branch Chain Amino Acids are one of the most e­ffective as a Testosterone booster (as much as 50% is some studies) and protein synthesizer, especially if your workout regimen is on the intense side. And if it is, then BCAA’s are also enormously beneficial for muscle recovery.

  1. Ease Up on the Caffeine

We all love a hot cup of java, but did you know that excess caff­eine (more than 2 cups per day) will increase cortisol levels, which will negatively impact your testosterone levels. So after you get your heart started in the morning, be mindful of your coff­ee intake.

  1. Put Garlic on Everything

One of the best natural ways to boost testosterone level is to add more garlic in your diet. The Superfood Supreme that, among its many health benefits, will absolutely lead to a positive testosterone increase.

  1. Think about Omega-3 Supplements

If you’re finding it difficult to get enough fish, eggs and avocadoes into your diet, then consider adding a tablespoon of cod liver oil to your daily regimen. It goes down easy and while expensive, a good bottle will last for weeks.

  1. Ask your Doctor about your Thyroid

The unfortunately common and widespread condition of hypothyroidism (the body’s inability to adequately produce necessary hormones, T3 and T4) can cause your body to resist e­fforts to boost your testosterone level. Hormone Therapeutics experts can help you with all types of issues like optimizing your thyroid health.

  1. Just Add Magnesium

A magnesium surge in your daily diet is among the best natural ways to boost testosterone level by as much as 20-25%. Don’t forget to get your leafy greens, beans, avocadoes and even the occasional dark chocolate to your diet.

  1. ways to boost testosteroneSEX

Enjoying your bedroom time with that special someone? Great. Now enjoy it some more! More SEX will always positively impact your testosterone levels. And that’s in addition to all the other benefits it provides to your body and soul.

  1. Add DAA to your Shopping List

D-Aspartic Acid is a non-essential amino, but has been proven recently to support testosterone production as much as 33% in younger males. Older males take heart and get that DAA.

  1. All Natural Mucuna Pruriens

Also known as velvet bean, this all natural supplement has been shown to not only increase testosterone levels, but also decrease prolactin in the system, which inhibits testosterone production.

  1. Get Icarin

Also known as horny goat weed or the natural Viagra, adding an icarin supplement to your daily regimen will increase pelvic blood flow, blast your testosterone and make everybody happier.

  1. ways to boost testosteroneDon’t Forget your Vitamin C

The old standby of vitamin C reliably decreases cortisol levels which positively impact testosterone production. In addition, that glass of OJ in the morning also saves your Testosterone molecules from oxidation.

  1. Raise the Resveratrol

Got grapes? Use them in bulk. The wonder phytonutrient resveratrol is a reliable testosterone booster as well as a potential powerful aid to overall longevity. So fire up on those natural anti-oxidant blueberries and cranberries too.

  1. Pine Pollen Please

A super supplement that actually contains natural, pure testosterone (and DHEA), pine pollen is also an excellent natural ways to boost testosterone level

  1. Ditch the Paraben-based Shampoo

Many of today’s shampoos, shaving gels, toothpastes and moisturizers are loaded with parabens, which strongly act as estrogens when metabolized in your body. Read your ingredient labels and watch out for any additive that ends in paraben.

  1. Get your Berry On

We’ve mentioned the importance of berries already but your strawberries, blueberries, et al, also act a potent fibrous estrogen flush for your bloodstream, which greatly aids the efficiency of your testosterone production.

  1. ways to boost testosteroneCan’t Beat Beets

Another powerfully e­ffective estrogen flusher, beets act as a body flush and also increase your nitric oxide production. So load up on your borscht!

  1. All Natural Testosterone Cycle

Supplement cycling (2 weeks on, 1 week o­, 3 weeks on, etc.) has perhaps gotten a bad rap due to its association with steroid abuse, but natural supplement cycling is a dietary practice that can really blast your testosterone when managed efficiently. Mix, match and track your natural supplement intake studiously and your testosterone levels will really jump.

  1. Unclick the Porno

Sad but true. Our convenient access to porn, and the game of solitaire that often follows, negatively impacts your dopamine and androgen receptors. That leads to a steady lowering of your testosterone level. But a little discipline will do wonders for your Testosterone level.

  1. Healthy HIIT Blasts Testosterone

We’ve discussed High Intensity Interval Training already, but HIIT really must be an essential portion of any well balanced workout regimen. Whether it’s once, twice or three times per week, a smart HIIT workout is among the natural ways to boost testosterone level. So good we said it twice!

 

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99 Simple Naturals Ways to Boost Testosterone – Part 2

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natural ways to boost testosteroneYou should now understand that increasing testosterone from low levels to normal levels leads to a happier, healthier and more productive life, so here’s a more comprehensive list of 99 Simple Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone.

Most are new, some we just want to emphasize, a few you may already be practicing, but all of them are simple life hacks that will lead to a brand new outlook on the best way to tackle your brand new day.

Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone

1. Start with Strength Training

No matter what age or stage you are in life, strength training- in all its many forms- is one of the great natural ways to boost testosterone level. Of course weight training is always a great idea but don’t be afraid to try other strength training methods- isometrics, HIIT strength training, MMA training, boxing, Pilates, yoga, etc.- to alternate your routine and maximize your results.

2. Whole Body Techniques

As you dive into your strength training, keep in mind- and practice- the concept of whole body movements when designing your workout. Utilizing your entire body while training is a paleo-method to get caveman strong and jolt your Testosterone levels. Whatever type of strength training to use, focus on moving your entire body as you train. Yoga and Pilates are also excellent natural ways to boost testosterone level.

3. Don’t Neglect That Good Fat

Not all fat is created equal and healthy adults should get 20- 35% of their calories from good fats (think polyunsaturated). Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids found in fish, eggs, avocadoes, nuts for example are excellent sources of the type of “good fat” we all need to keep that testosterone level fired up.

4. And Don’t Forget that Good Cholesterol

One mostly forgotten upside to cholesterol is that HDL cholesterols create important Leydig cells in the male testes which, in turn, produce testosterone. So give us Two, Over-Easy!

5. Lift Low Reps with Max Weight

When it comes to weight training, the low reps/max weight formula is a proven testosterone booster with proven results every time.

natural ways to boost testosterone6. Burn that Spare Tire

According to the Endocrine Society, losing weight increases testosterone. Simple as that! Any training regimen you choose should always have at least some part that focuses on fat-burning cardio exercises (HIIT, boxing, any aerobics, etc.).

7. Manage your Stress like You Manage your Money

Stress is an everyday reality for most of us and an absolute testosterone killer! But it needn’t be if we pay attention and manage our stress levels as carefully as our credit cards.

8. Minimal Training Maximizes

If you’re over 25 (and not in training for a big Pay-Per-View Event) then your workout needn’t be 2 hours long to be eff­ective. Be smart and find at least one workout that you can easily fold into your lunch break (think 15-25 minutes). Your testosterone level will thank you!

9. Overtraining Kills

Yes, that 2 hour workout (see above) may actually lead to a testosterone decrease, as well as chronic fatigue and/or injury. Once again, WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER!

natural ways to boost testosterone10. Sweet Dreams

Want to blast your Testosterone level on a regular basis? Then commit to getting at least 8 hours of good sleep per night (10 is even better). Sleep deprivation is a proven testosterone killer that will negatively aff­ect other parts of your life as well.

11. Toss the Soy Milk

And all soy products in general. The scientific evidence suggests that soy products increase estrogen levels and that is what you absolutely do NOT want.

12. Booze Binges are Bad

Occasionally working out the old drinking elbow is OK but sustained binge drinking of any type of alcoholic beverage will lead to a reduced testosterone level and a host of other problems. So practice some moderation with your good times.

13. Grab Those Nuts

Peanuts, walnuts, cashews, et al…nuts are loaded with nitric oxide, a key testosterone producing ingredient and one of the best natural ways to boost testosterone level.. Just keep it organic and mind the sodium.

14. Walk like John Wayne

Yes, it may seem trifling, but numerous studies prove that paying attention to presenting masculine posture and positive body language (direct eye contact, standing up straight, etc.) can positively a­ffect your testosterone level. So throw those shoulders back and walk like a man!

15. 16 Hour Fasts for a Fast Testosterone Increase

No, this is NOT a diet. One proven testosterone boost is intermittent fasting (16 hours OFF the table, 8 hours ON). This regimen (practiced once per month to once per week) may take a bit of discipline but will result in a healthier body and a reliable testosterone increase.

16. Increase your Iodine

Iodine is a key, if oft ignored lever for testosterone production. Remember to keep iodine-rich foods like strawberries, seaweed, organic potatoes, beans and legumes and organic yogurt are natural ways to boost testosterone level.

17. Boost your Boron

A great mineral supplement, boron is a smart choice for a daily additive in your diet regimen so load up on your avocadoes, almonds, raisins, prunes and pears to boost that boron and increase your testosterone level.

18. Super Taurine to the Rescue

Super amino-acid taurine is proven to boost testosterone by as much a whopping 200%! Lean red meat and fresh fish are the best bets here…and delicious!

19. Go Organic

Unfortunately, most supermarket food has been polluted with additives, pesticides and preservative chemicals that often increase estrogen levels. Minimally processed organic food is your safest bet to effectively give you the Testosterone boost we all need.

20. Go Easy on the Brew

Look, we all love a cold one after a hard day’s work (see #12) but most beers are loaded with hops (an estrogen booster) so, once again: Moderation is the key.

natural ways to boost testosterone21. Chew your Red Meat

Yes, this is an easy one. An absolute dynamo of testosterone production, lean red meat is a super producer. Just remember to go lean and don’t forget your veggie side.

22. Swing that Bat/Ax/Hammer

As part of your Animal Training, introduce the robustly masculine act of swinging a big hard piece of something. This will not only have an impact on whatever you’re hitting, it’s also going to feel DAMN GOOD! The mental boost as well as the physical exercise will both increase your Testosterone levels!

23. Flush that Tobacco

natural ways to boost testosteroneThis one is mandatory, we’re sorry to say. Tobacco products are loaded with so many testosterone and health busting chemicals that we have to give them a very hard pass.

24. Focus on Winning

Put away the feel-good, hand-holding for now and concentrate on winning as a way of life. This key psychological goal will actually have an impact on you physiologically and may lead to a steady testosterone upgrade as well.

25. Add Zinc

The big “Z” is a protein synthesizer that fortifies testosterone production so load up on the oysters, lobster, crab and (lean) beef, and the zinc will do all the rest.

 

 

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99 Simple Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone – Part 1

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When done properly, a ketogenic diet, a.k.a Keto Diet, is a simple, effective tool to gain more muscles and lose fats by restricting carbs and turning fats into a fuel source through Ketosis.

If you will follow the standard Ketogenic diet, you will be limiting carbs to less than 30 grams per day. YES – only 30 grams of carbs, which is equivalent to one medium-sized banana. Your normal daily foods that have carbs include: Wheat, Bread, Cereal, Pasta, Milk, Most fruits, and Potatoes (Sweet Potatoes). These foods, although referred to as good carbs, cannot be eaten in a Ketogenic Diet. The kind of carbs found in these good carbs sources are not allowed in the Keto Diet. What you’ll rather eat is fats, and lots of it.

Ketogenic Diet

A Ketogenic Diet requires two things:

  1. Maximize the intake of fat
  2. Limit the intake of carbohydrates

The primary reason for restricting carbohydrates while taking the large amounts of fat, is that when fat turns to be the main source of fuel for the body, it is broken down into Ketones by the liver. You’ll function with these ketones rather than glucose, which is the by-product of carbohydrates.

Ketogenic Diet – A Great Testosterone Booster

When you are in a state of using ketones as fuel, you are now in state of Ketosis, which means the body is deprived of glucose and all the energy consumed by the body is coming from ketones. This state allows for rapid fat loss since stored body fat is able to be burned for fuel due to low levels of insulin. Moderate to high levels of insulin prevent the metabolism of stored fat. When we eat carbs, our blood sugars rise causing insulin levels to rise.

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Ketosis – ‘the Keto Diet’

Under Keto Diet, you’re going to eat plenty of fatty foods. Though it seems like there are a dearth of healthy fatty foods, there are still lots of nutritious foods to choose from.

  • Eggs
  • Steak
  • Full fat cheese
  • Full fat cream
  • Bacon
  • Butter
  • Fish
  • Low carb protein shakes
  • Mushrooms
  • Green vegetables
  • Roasted chicken
  • Coffee
  • Other meats

Once you get used to eating foods with low carbs and high fat contents, it will be very easy for you to lose weight and attain the missing energy and passion in your life. The initial diet shift is not an easy thing to do, but definitely something that brings a lot of positive changes to your life.  Most people have experienced not only weight loss, but also benefits like:

  • Improved thyroid function
  • Enhanced mental focus and brain function
  • Increased testosterone levels
  • Steady supply of energy
  • Reduced risk of cancer
  • Reduced inflammation induced by carbohydrates intake
  • Reduced water retention

Testosterone Therapy

Being a leading provider of low testosterone therapy solutions, we are always looking for newer ways to improve blood testosterone levels for our patients. We believe on improving testosterone levels with not only different testosterone treatment options that we offer, but also with diet, exercise, and therapeutic methods. Over the years, we have seen that our patients have greatly benefited from our Low-T therapy and treatment solutions, and our network of patients have grown across across all major cities of United States, including: Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Chicago, Jersey City, and Seattle.

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Ketogenic Diet – A Great Testosterone Booster

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The Effect of Stress on Testosterone

stressStress can lead to many of the symptoms of low testosterone. Stress is one of the earliest and most important hormones when we were the hunted and our fight or flight instincts kept us alive, not happy or healthy. Today is a di­fferent time and we rarely need these instincts the same way we did when we were not at the top of the food chain but our body still reacts to stress in the same way we have been programmed. Creating cortisol is just is a much higher priority for the body than creating testosterone when it is stressed.

Stress causes our adrenal glands to secrete cortisol which prepares our bodies and minds to handle the stressful situation. In small amounts, cortisol is fine and can be very useful. Elevated cortisol levels for prolonged periods damage our bodies and minds.

Several studies have shown a link and correlation where increased cortisol levels often leads to low testosterone. That does not mean that supplemental testosterone or naturally increased testosterone will lower your cortisol levels but evidence does show that.

Here are some practices to help manage your stress and cortisol levels

  • Exercise regularly
  • Don’t smoke
  • Avoid excessive caff­eine and alcohol
  • Meditate for 20 minutes each day
  • Take a break when you feel stressed.
  • Remove yourself from that situation and feeling. Get up for a walk, stretch your legs and breath in deeply
  • Practice deep breathing exercises
  • Get adequate sleep
  • Focus on being more resilient in the face of stress. Don’t let stress manage you. Decide how you want to allow things to aff­ect you.

There is also a downward cyclical eff­ect when someone is overweight, fatigued and suff­ering from low libido and erectile dysfunction. This downward cycle can lead to stress and increased cortisol. Naturally increasing your testosterone, or getting help from a specialized physician through a Testosterone  Replacement Therapy program can help you lose weight, gain energy, increase libido and decrease erectile dysfunction. Al of this should lead to decreased stress and reduced cortisol levels.

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How Stress Levels Kill Testosterone

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