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—-Important Message From Dr. Leo Shub—-
Here’s the jungle juice recipe (satisfy her over and over again)
This beautiful indigenous woman in the Bolivian jungles showed me this special juice that can make a man last all night long…
…and satisfy his woman over and over again…
Just a few sips and you’re feeling the energy surging through you…
The story is crazy…but it’s true… this jungle juice worked then and it works now…
Why men need plenty of DHT
Most men know that low testosterone can cause a host of problems.
Testosterone is essential for sexual health, libido, energy, mood, and drive.
And of course, if you are feeling any of those symptoms, a helpful doctor will recommend testing your testosterone levels.
But sometimes men with these symptoms have adequate testosterone levels.
In these cases it may be low DHT which causes these symptoms.
Men with low levels of DHT tend to have symptoms of hypogonadism which are often interpreted as low testosterone…
Even when testosterone levels are adequate.
The human study was carried out at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. The paper was published by the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation.
“Symptoms of hypogonadism are often reported by subjects with normal serum testosterone levels.”
Hypogonadism means that the gonads (testicles) are not working well. This is usually taken to mean low testosterone.
Hypogonadism symptoms include:
- Rockiness problems
- Low sperm count
- Depressed mood
- Decreased libido
- Sleep disturbances
- Decreased muscle mass and strength
- Loss of body hair (pubic, axillary, facial)
- Osteoporosis and decreased bone mineral density
- Increased body fat
- Breast discomfort and enlargement
- Hot flashes
- Poor concentration and decreased energy
The study set out to look at the relationship between symptoms of hypogonadism and hormones including testosterone and DHT in men.
“We aimed to assess the association between clinical symptoms in andrological outpatients and sex steroids levels.”
The researchers used 2 different questionnaires.
One was based on sexual symptoms and the other was based on the remaining symptoms normally attributed to low testosterone.
“International Index of Erectile Function and Aging Males Symptoms scale questionnaires were completed by 1200 men (35-55yrs).
The researchers excluded any men who were taking treatments which could artificially alter their hormone levels and otherwise confuse the results of the study.
“All men were free of interfering ‘treatments’ with complaints possibly related to hypogonadism.
The researchers found both testosterone and DHT had relation to sexual and nonsexual symptoms attributed to low testosterone.
“Testosterone as well as DHT was associated with ‘penile’ function and aging male scores in the overall population using univariate analyses.”
Critically, men with normal testosterone levels were likely to have some of the symptoms of “low testosterone” if their DHT levels were low.
“DHT concentrations in subjects with normal T were found to be significant predictors of aging male symptoms scores.”
Specifically, the researchers found that low DHT and normal testosterone…
…was associated with nonsexual symptoms of hypogonadism or a low testosterone.
Slight variations in DHT levels had significant effects on the risks of having symptoms of hypogonadism.
“A 0.1 nmol/l serum DHT increase within the eugonadal range was associated with a 4.67% decrease in odds of having worse symptoms.”
In men with low testosterone, testosterone levels were far more important than DHT.
“In men with biochemical hypogonadism, total and free T rather than DHT were associated with aging male symptoms.”
The research gives a solution to one of the problems found by a significant number of older guys.
That problem being finding the root cause of “low testosterone” symptoms when testosterone levels are normal.
These symptoms of low testosterone can be caused by low DHT.
“DHT can be associated with symptoms of hypogonadism in biochemically eugonadal men.”
So if you feel like you might have low testosterone, then test your testosterone.
If that comes back normal, then have a look at your DHT – that might be the problem.
“DHT tests might be helpful once the diagnosis of low-T has been ruled out.”
We are finding more and more that DHT is a critically important hormone in male health.
—-Important Message for Boosting Testosterone and DHT—-
When I want sex with my wife, I take one bite of THIS…
I pop this snack in my mouth and feel the effects almost immediately…
My confidence is rising… I’m feeling a surge of raw energy rushing through me…
I feel ready to go…
Like I’m on a hair trigger, and just one look from my wife will have me rigid and rocky…
It’s magical how well this works. And it’s completely natural.