If so, I don’t have to be a psychic to guess what you were told…
“It’s just a natural part of getting older”
, right? WRONG!
This is going to come as a shock to you but the truth is, decliningtestosterone, especially at such a young age, is NOT natural.In fact, your body wants nothing more to pump out plenty of hormonesto make sure you stay healthy and virile in the bedroom.You were designed to have strength, energy and an active sex life well
into your 80’s and 90’
s but have been held back against your will fromhaving a lean, muscular body and an exciting, passion-filled sex life.
So what‟s caus
ing low testosterone?
I’m sure you’re wondering, if it’s not your age, then what could
possibly be causing you to have fewer erections, a flabbier body, and anew desire to cry at the sight of fluffy kittens, right?Well, research has uncovered that the av
erage man’s body is gettinglittle of the necessary “structural support” for testosterone production
on a daily basis.
It’s like building an engine…
You can have the best chassis all set to go, but if you don’t have the
nuts and bolts that hold it together
, the engine simply won’t work.
For your body, if it doesn’t have the required nutrients and “androgenprecursors” to support peak testosterone production, you simply won’t seethe benefits you’re looking for.
But there‟s an even bigger problem…
You see, your male hormones have
an “arch enemy” that’s soaking up
testosterone like a sponge.
It’s the female hormone, estrogen!
While it’s completely natural for your body to have some estrogen justas it’s natural for women to have a small amount of testosterone
probably don’t even realize
that your body is being flooded with estrogeneach and every day.
It’s in the foods you eat… the water you drink… even in many of the
household items you use on a daily basis.To make matters worse, most of your female hormone exposure comes froma man-
made chemical version of estrogen, known as “xenoestrogens”.