How to boost your DHT levels and feel less anxious without drugs

How to boost your DHT levels and feel less anxious without drugs

Everybody wants to have more allopregnanolone in their brain.

Allopregnanolone creates a good feeling all over.

It makes us happy, makes us feel better, less depressed, less anxious, and even removes pain from us, making us more pain-free in our lives.

Allopregnanolone is a very key hormone, it’s a corticosteroid hormone.

As you may know, all corticosteroids are made from cholesterol, which is turned into allopregnanolone; and then that, in turn, is turned into many different corticosteroid hormones including DHT and testosterone.

However, the transition or transformation from one hormone into another requires the enzyme called 5-AR.

And 5-AR is often not working very well.

The 5-AR becomes the fly in the ointment.

However, this study shows that a simple amino acid found in gelatin and bone broth called lysine, can significantly boost the conversion of cholesterol and other hormones, into DHT and allopregnanolone.

How to boost your DHT levels and feel less anxious without drugs

DHT is the real horniness hormone, the hormone that creates great erections.

And allopregnanolone, we just discussed, is the hormone in the brain that makes us happy and contented and takes us out of our pain and stress.

So if you want more allopregnanolone  and more DHT, you may want to increase your 5-AR levels, by consuming glycine.

I recommend the gelatin form of glycine, which is very inexpensive and unlikely to contain heavy metals or other toxins.

You can also make massive amounts of bone broth if you wanted to, which also contains high amounts of glycine.

But if you want to go the gelatin route, it is inexpensive, and you may be able to take just a couple of tablespoons of gelatin several times a day to get great results.

This is especially useful if you’ve been taking finasteride, and feel that you suffered bad effects such as erectile dysfunction from the finasteride.

Because finasteride messes up our 5-AR enzyme.

There are also amazing benefits from higher 5-AR enzyme metabolism that all come from getting more glycine. 

Try it out and see what you think. It’s unlikely to cause any harm, and may produce huge benefit.




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1. What is Glycine?
Glycine is a kind of amino acid that is considered important for the body in the production of vitamins. It is not only important for the growth of the tissues and its maintenance, but also in the production of hormones and enzymes. It is the most widespread amino acid found in human enzymes and proteins. It is found in high concentrations in collagen and helps build the tissues that form the muscles and organs. Naturally found in bone broth, poultry, eggs, and dairy products, it is a great immune booster.
Glycine plays a role in the transportation and flow of glycogen and fat to different parts of the body and helps to boost the immune system and digestive systems.
Some medical experts recommend a daily intake of Glycine for those who suffer from Sarcopenia, the condition where there is muscle loss or muscle waste, a natural outcome of old age. Glycine also aids in preventing the loss of collagen in joints, thus preventing joint pain. Glycine has also been found effective in reducing the risk of certain types of cancer too. The most important of its benefits is its role in the production of red blood cells. Incidentally, Glycine is also popularly known as "Antiaging amino acid".This is because Glycine has been found very effective in the secretion of the human growth hormone, maintenance of the cartilage in joints and even improving the physical and mental capabilities.
Glycine also helps in the formation of the antioxidant glutathione which has been found to prevent cellular damage especially when people age.
Numerous medical studies show how Glycine controls the symptoms of mental disorders like seizures and schizophrenia. It also helps to reduce any allergic and autoimmune reactions and has also been found to reduce inflammatory conditions in the body.
Though Glycine is found predominantly in protein-rich foods, the human body naturally produces glycine too. Glycine is used by the body in the secretion of Glutathione which protects the body from oxidative stress and damages caused by free radicals. Since Glutathione levels go lower, as a person ages, doctors usually recommend Glycine supplements to boost the body needs.
Glycine also helps to create Creatinine production. Creatine is very important for the muscles of the body for swift activities and especially for heavy load work. No wonder, creatine supplements are very much in demand especially for those who are into resistance training and strength training. It helps to build muscle and improve bone health and boost brain functioning.
The most important protein that your body comprises of is Collagen. Collagen is an integral amino acid that is required for the upkeep of skin health, the elasticity of the tissues and bone health. The core molecule of Collagen is Glycine and has been found to prevent bone loss, increase brain productivity and keep the body flexible and active.
Did you ever know that Glycine can reverse many liver disorders from Alcohol intake? Yes, conditions like fatty liver and liver cirrhosis have been found to be reduced by the intake of Glycine. Since Glycine helps to improve body mass and boost the development of muscles, Glycine supplementation is recommended to those suffering from incessant muscle tissue loss as which happens to Cancer patients.

2. How are glycine and dht related?
Glycine is one of the most important amino acids in the body, with functions that involve the regulation of nutrients in the whole body, development of tissues and muscles, brain development and helps strengthen the immune system of the body.
Mostly found in protein-based foods, Glycine has varied anti-inflammatory properties. The production of red blood cells and the regulation of iron in blood is something that is regulated by Glycine. It helps to protect the body from cell damage and is also considered a neuroprotective agent. Usually, Glycine is found in proficiency in most protein foods such as Meat, Eggs, Fish and most dairy products. But in many a case, where a normal diet might not fulfill the body needs, supplementation is usually recommended.
But, supplementation might not work for everyone. As ironic as it may seem, in many cases, as reported supplementation has had adverse effects.
DHT or Dihydrotestosterone is a kind of a hormone that comes from testosterone that is popularly known as the male sex hormone. Especially in men, the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase or (5AR) converts the testosterone into DHT or Dihydrotestosterone which is normally considered a natural process. But this is limited to only 10%. But in cases where hormonal changes happen or genetic imbalances happen, this conversion level may increase. This is where all hell breaks loose. Hair loss is a common effect of too much production of DHT which leads to the miniaturization of the hair cells and ultimately its demise.
According to several medical research sources, Glycine products that were used as supplementation might mimic the effects of the hormone, testosterone. Glycine supplementation might lead to an increase in protein synthesis in cells.  This leads to an increase in the cellular tissue build up, especially in the muscles. To note this kind of similarity, Glycine is often considered a booster of muscle growth and the precursor to an increase in cell growth.
In supplementation form, Glycine products have been sometimes blamed for causing adverse effects. Since Glycine supplements are structural modifications of testosterone, it binds to the androgen receptors in the body and converts it to DHT or Dihydrotestosterone. The branched chain Amino acids which are usually found in whey protein isolate, which is a normal form of glycine supplements actually raised testosterone levels, though DHT formation can also actually lead to hair loss. This is because these molecule isolates increases the 5 alpha-reductase activity which leads to an increase in DHT levels.
Creatine according to some research reports has been found to directly affect the serum testosterone levels. But it also increases the DHT  by as much as 50% when used in the long term. In a lot of ways, only a certain percentage of people are aware of these negative effects of supplementation. Creatine which consists of Glycine in its most prominent form can also affect DHT levels especially those supplements which are taken in the form of protein isolates and growth hormones.
This might be a common reason why most bodybuilders have high levels of DHT in their bodies. Many experience phases of hair loss because of this.