All Natural Testosterone Booster – Maca

Used by Peruvians for well over 3,000 years, the ancient herb commonly known as maca is gaining popularity among men  looking for a natural method to boost their testosterone levels.

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Pomegranate Juice Superfood

Pomegranate Juice the Key to Increased Testosterone & Sex Drive

Pomegranate juice has long been in the spotlight as a Superfood.

Even more notable are recent studies which have shown this bright red fruit can also cause surges in testosterone, improve sperm quality and increase sex drive & mood in both sexes.

Pomegranate has long been considered as Superfood because it is full of antioxidants that improve blood circulation, has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease and decrease inflammation.

Recent research at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh investigated the effect pomegranate juice had on testosterone, blood pressure and mood and found that that testosterone on average increased by 24%, blood pressure (both systolic & diastolic) decreased and noticeable mood improvements in both sexes were noted.
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Report: Smart phone Use Linked to Male Infertility

How often do you find yourself taking your cell phone out of your front pocket or belt clip?

A major health advocacy group (EWG) recently released a new report which documents the negative health effects on sperm exposed to cell phone radiation and “the striking findings for men who carried their cell phones in a pocket or on their belt”.

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Testosterone chemical structure formula on blackboard

1 in 4 Men Suffer From Low Testosterone

According to the latest data, as many as 1 in 4 men currently suffer from low testosterone levels. Low testosterone is a condition which robs men of their drive, virility, manliness and overall sexual health.

Fortunately there are many simple and effective methods to get your testosterone levels back to normal.
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Gingko Biloba – 84% Effective at treating Sexual Dysfunction

Move over blue pill, a study of the use of ginkgo biloba on antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction has been shown to be 84% effective!

Ginkgo Biloba, a very popular study-aid among students is now gaining popularity among many men and women looking for a boost in the bedroom.

Gingko Biloba, a popular ancient Chinese herbal remedy is already among the best-selling supplements in Europe and the United States and with this promising research and new studies on the way, the popularity of this ancient herb is sure to increase to even higher levels.

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MEN: Never Eat Licorice..Here is why!

What is licorice?

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is a popular sweet flavoring in confectionery and in some tobacco brands. Licorice comes from the extract of the roots of licorice plant. In Europe, slices of licorice root is dried and chewed as a sweet. In some countries, licorice root is used to flavor wine and dishes. Licorice is also used to mask bad taste of some medicines.

Folk medicine regards licorice as a remedy for stomach ulcers, colic and heartburns, for sore throat, cough and for constipation. Licorice is also used to help treat conditions such as liver disease and Addison’s disease. Persons with sores in the mouth (oral ulcers) may find benefit from dissolving licorice tablets in the mouth.

What is Glycyrrhizin?

Licorice contains bioactive compounds responsible for its flavor and purported medicinal properties.  The roots of licorice contain Glycyrrhizin, a substance that is many times sweeter than sugar and has physiological effects in the body. Glycyrrhizin has both mineralocorticoid properties and glucocorticoid properties in the body, similar to steroids. This is the reason why persons with insufficiency of adrenal glands (which produce steroids in the body) benefit from licorice consumption.

Why licorice is bad for men?

Licorice may not be good for men, especially those who suffer from low testosterone. Licorice has profound effects in the body, and these physiological effects can hurt testosterone production and male sexual performance in many ways. However, we still see lots of licorice candy sold around. In the United States, a lot of ‘licorice’ candies are actually flavored with much cheaper and similarly-tasting anise. But there are still lots of licorice confections flavored with the real thing. Many candies that contain real licorice extracts are black in color.

Genuine licorice candies is actually a health hazard, especially to anyone ages 40 and above. The U.S Food and Drug Administration issued a consumer advisory warning people aged 40 and above to limit consumption of licorice candies to less than 2 ounces every day. However, it is easy to overlook this because licorice is candy (and we love sweets). Be aware that eating too much licorice can raise blood pressure, makes heartbeat irregular and  is known to lower testosterone levels by almost 50% for almost two days.

According to studies, men who eat too much licorice can lower interest in sex and cause problems in erection.  In a study featured in The New England Journal of Medicine, 7 grams of licorice tablets per day is shown to reduce testosterone levels in men in as short as 7 days. Testosterone is the hormone that masculinizes men – it stimulates production of sperm, bulks up muscle mass, strengthens bones and drives up sexual appetite. The testosterone-lowering effect of licorice is also evident in healthy women, according to a study featured in the journal Steroids. The negative effect of licorice in male virility is again reproduced in another separate study, where males supplemented with licorice for a week saw their testosterone levels drop by as much as 26%. In another study featured in Diabetes Care, supplementation of Glycyrrhizin itself caused reduction of testosterone in diabetic men with hepatitis.

Men with low testosterone must avoid licorice

Studies showed that licorice is a potent sex virility killer in men. The reduction of testosterone upon consuming licorice daily for a week is drastic. Therefore, men with suspected or existing problems regarding testosterone and erectile dysfunction must is highly advised not to consume any product that contains licorice extract.

Testosterone Boosting Foods

Just as there are many foods which we consume daily that are responsible for low testosterone in men, there are also many foods which boost natural testosterone levels in men. In fact, there are hundreds of studies documenting the impact various foods have on our testosterone levels, in particular in this book, Testosterone Booster: How to Increase Testosterone Naturally.


5 Reasons Men Need To Eat Brazil Nuts

The increasingly popularity and health benefits of Brazil nuts may lead to these nuts becoming a daily snack for many men.

Brazil nuts are not only packed full of vitamins, minerals and rich in protein content, they also boast the highest dietary source of selenium.

Selenium is a mineral not found in many foods and has been linked to improved sexual performance among men.

So what are 5 reasons men should eat this popular South American nut?

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Men of the 1950's

The Decline of Male Virility

In the last 20 years male virility has been on the decline. Sadly, over this period of time men have also become less manly. In the last 20 years testosterone levels of average American man have been on a steady decline.

In fact, it has become so bad that for many of us, our own fathers and grandfathers had higher T levels than we do today. The decline in male virility is much more than just low T levels. Its about overall male health. And that has been on the decline too.

Many of the foods we eat and toxins we are exposed to are linked to obesity and hormonal imbalances in men as well as a slew of additional male health problems.

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Testosterone Can Lengthen a Man’s Lifespan!

An increasing number of studies are showing that higher levels of testosterone does in fact increase both lifespan healthspan for men suffering from hypogonadism. According to American data, over 30% of men in the United States are affected by hypogonadism (which are testosterone levels below 300ng/dL). Sadly, this percentage is only going to increase if the trend over the last 20 years is any indication.

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Eating Bacon Shown to Reduce Sperm in Men

It’s safe to say we are what we eat and according to a new study from the University of Harvard, so are our offspring.

Researchers from the University of Harvard recently determined that men who regularly ate large portions of processed meats, such as bacon (which is heavily laden with chemicals and preservatives) could be destroying the quality of their “little guys”.

The University of Harvard researchers identified a strong relationship between higher processed meat consumption and lower sperm count.

What they found was men who ate processed meats such as hot-dogs, bacon and other varieties of cured meats not only produced less sperm, but even more frighteningly, they were of abnormal shape and size.

According to the British newspaper, the Telegraph who first reported these findings, men who ate higher qualities of processed meat daily had 30% less little guys swimming around.

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Pumpkin Seeds – A Natural Libido Booster

In the early 1900’s, pumpkin seeds were used to treat symptoms for an enlarged prostate as well as other urinary tract problems.

Today we not only realize that pumpkin seeds and excellent source or nutrients for your prostate, but they also contain many libido boosting vitamins, essential sex drive minerals and high levels of zinc – necessary for optimal testosterone production in the body.

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What Causes a “Morning Glory”?

Also known as an early riser, a morning tent, breakfast boner and the slew of other names given it, no matter what you call it, waking up to a morning glory after a restful sleep is one of the more pleasurable aspects of being a man.

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3 Weird Exercises to Boost Testosterone

In the Amazon regions of Bolivia, researchers from the University of California studied a group of tribesman called the Tsimane to determine if non-competitive activities had any effect on testosterone levels.

What they wanted to know was if competition or the activity itself had the greatest effect on increasing testosterone levels.

They sampled saliva testosterone levels before and after men playing a competitive game of soccer and chopping wood.

The results came back with a whopping 48.% percent increase in testosterone levels for the men chopping wood.

For the men playing soccer, their testosterone levels only rose 17%.

The results came back with a whopping 48.% percent increase in testosterone levels for the men chopping wood

Lifting heavy things, such as the effort needed to swing a weighed stick has offered men throughout the ages an excellent form of exercise, and in some cases a weapon of self-defense.

Not only has this type of exercise been shown to naturally boosted T levels, but also responsible for building lean muscle and sculpting an amazing physique.

Here are 3 weird “weighted stick” exercises to help boost your natural T levels and build an amazing physique:

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