Learn How to optimize your diet and make sure you are eating the right foods that have the most impact on testosterone levels. You will also find out which foods you should stay away from as they can reduce testosterone levels significantly.
Learn how to raise your testosterone levels through some basic changes to your lifestyle. These include areas such as work out routines, sleep patterns and what you do in your spare time.
Who We Are
We are a group of guys who rejected the norm of testosterone replacement therapy and instead began searching for natural alternatives. We believe that testosterone can be increased through only natural methods and have been experimenting ever since. In this blog we share our results and methods.
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Does Prime Male Work?
Prime Male is a vitality complex that promises to boost your testosterone levels naturally. When you first enter their website, the first thing you see is; “Are you ready to take the red pill?” If testosterone enhancing products is something you are investigating than you are probably aware of the benefits of high testosterone levels. From energy production all the way to r [...]
Black Tea and Testosterone
Personally, I love a cup of black tea in the afternoon while I'm working but want I want to know is, does black tea help or hinder my testosterone levels? Black tea does contain caffeine and there is evidence from one study performed on rats to suggest that caffeine may actually help to increase levels of testosterone in men. Caffeine has also been tied directly to increases [...]
Vitamin A and Testosterone Levels
Vitamin A is one of the essential vitamins that people of both genders should take in to ensure good health. It is actually listed as one of the 24 nutrients that are considered essential for long-term survival. However, while the name suggests that it is just one single nutrient, the phrase 'vitamin A' refers to a group of different nutrients, including retinoic acids, retin [...]
Vitamin C and Testosterone
Vitamin C, which is also known as Ascorbic Acid is a water-soluble vitamin. Even though our body is unable to manufacture vitamin C on its own, the vitamin helps our body form collagen in blood vessels, muscles cartilage and bones. Vitamin C does help the body to absorb iron and this is the reason why dietitians regularly suggest to eat a spinach salad with orange slices or str [...]