Are these supplements a good way to raise testosterone?

Are these supplements a good way to raise testosterone?

Read this if you are taking any number of supplements for men…

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These supplements – are they a good way to raise testosterone?

“Life is unfair, it’s just better than death, that’s all.”
–William Goldman, The Princess Bride

The Princess Bride is a cult classic, and for good reason.

It has some GREAT lines…including the idea that death is really, really unfair.

I don’t know about you, but I’m not looking forward to dying and I don’t want to hasten my death and make it happen faster than it needs to.

Which is why I’ve spent a lot of time researching not only how to live LONGER, but how to live BETTER while I’m here.

That’s because I’d rather keep on living and experiencing new things… And I want to keep on having amazing sex with my beautiful wife, Jodi.

That means I don’t want to do stupid crap with my health that’s going to increase my risk of death…

And, if I do, it better be worth the sacrifice and be ridiculously enjoyable.

So, when I run across something that could significantly SHORTEN your lifespan I’m going to share it with you.

And I’ve been talking to you for a long time about the dangers of Big Pharma’s fake testosterone – a “lifestyle drug” that’s supposed to erase every symptom of aging.

There are a lot of wonky side effects that guys experience when they take supplemental testosterone.

Because of those side effects, generally speaking, I recommend that you get your body to produce more testosterone naturally.

The natural testosterone that your body produces works FAR better and has no side effects at all.

In fact, taking testosterone in a supplemental form (also called anabolic-androgenic steroids) may kill you…

For sure and for real…

Anabolic steroids linked to higher rates of premature death in men

Are anabolic-androgenic steroids the same as testosterone?

Anabolic-androgenic steroids are just synthetic versions of testosterone.

It sounds scary – because often “steroids” like this are taken illegally and have a bad reputation (which is deserved).

But that’s not the only way to get them.

“Anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) are synthetically produced variants of the naturally occurring male sex hormone testosterone. ‘Anabolic’ refers to muscle-building, and ‘androgenic’ refers to increased male sexual characteristics.”

How do you get synthetic testosterone?

Doctors can prescribe anabolic-androgenic steroids for medical purposes, and people also buy them illegally.

You’d think that taking them for medical purposes would be okay – but not always.

Currently, there are a ton of slick marketing campaigns to get you to think that steroids are the answer to feeling tired or worn down…

And they don’t really go into the downsides – like dying.

Death is not a fun side effect.

The problem with taking synthetic testosterone is that it creates a significantly higher risk of death…

You know, that thing we’re all trying to avoid.

“Men who use androgenic anabolic steroids – such as testosterone – may face a higher risk of early death and of experiencing more hospital admissions, according to a new Journal of Internal Medicine study.”

By “significant,” I mean three times higher risk of death.

That’s not something I would risk, especially knowing that I can get my body to produce testosterone naturally without those kinds of risks.

And it only takes a few simple tweaks.

“Over an average follow-up of 7.4 years, there were seven (1.3%) deaths among users of androgenic anabolic steroids and 23 (0.4%) among participants in the control group, translating to three times higher the risk of death associated with androgenic anabolic steroids.”

Although death is the worst outcome, it isn’t the only problem with taking synthetic testosterone (anabolic-androgenic steroids).

Guys who take this stuff can also end up with man boobs, ED, and acne.

Acne doesn’t bother me so much, but I absolutely don’t want man boobs or ED.

No thank you!

“Acne, gynecomastia (man boobs), and erectile dysfunction affected more than 10% of the androgenic-anabolic steroid users, and the prevalence of these disorders was significantly higher than in the control group.”

Now, I’m not a doctor – as you probably know.

And there are times when taking synthetic testosterone by prescription makes sense.

(For a condition such as hypogonadism, for example.)

You should work with your doctor if you think you really need synthetic hormones.

But for me, I’ll avoid taking synthetic testosterone at pretty much all costs.

I don’t want ED, man boobs, or death on my doorstep. It’s just not worth it.

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