My 2 favorite youth hormones for men

And I’ve found a super easy way to boost both hormones at once


Hey, Matt Cook here, and you’ll often hear me talking about progesterone and pregnenolone…

And that’s because they’re 2 of my favorite “youth hormones” for men…

And I’m showing you why.

Along with a brand new discovery that makes boosting BOTH of these hormones super easy…tasty even…

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How to keep high testosterone at any age

People don’t realize that cholesterol becomes all the other hormones in the body — starting with pregnenolone.

When you eat cholesterol or your body makes it, it makes pregnenolone…

…and then from that pregnenolone, it makes testosterone.

Or at least it’s supposed to, but the body slows this process down as a man gets older.

I’ve found a way to avoid this though…

So instead of slowing down, this process speeds up…

And now at 40, 50, 60 — you have high testosterone and low estrogen…

…and your other important male hormones are in the right balance too.

Which leads to you feeling a stronger male drive, a higher libido…

…and enjoying more impressive rockiness, with stamina that shocks and delights your wife…

All you have to do is use this Prohormone Stack I’ve put together for you.

It’s part of my T and Libido Transformation for men, and it’s free with your All Access Pass.


My 2 favorite youth hormones for men

Many people call pregnenolone and progesterone “youth hormones” because they are associated with youth.

Progesterone is the hormone of adaptation and resistance to stress.

Pregnenolone is the raw material of many other stress-protective hormones like cholesterol and testosterone.

“A single dose of allopregnanolone or progesterone is able to inhibit the stress-induced release of CRF, ACTH, and corticosterone as well as to reduce the anxiogenic effect of CRF.”

Let me tell you what other uses these 2 hormones have in the body.


  • Eliminates side effects of excess estrogen
  • Reduces cortisol
  • Improves memory and general performance
  • Has a “face-lift” effect on some people.
  • Protects brain cells


  • Is used in the production of anti-stress hormones
  • Relieves anxiety
  • Improves memory
  • Helps circulation and heart conditions
  • Prevents epileptic seizures

Both hormones have also been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.

As you can see, they are associated with many things that make you feel “younger.”

They are produced in the body in abundance, but they begin to decline dramatically as we get older.

And that’s when the problems start to arise.

All of these functions start to disappear one by one.

So what do you have to do?

Ray Peat generally recommends supplementing these hormones from the outside.

This is a well-established way, but there are other natural ways.

I’m going to tell you about one of them today.

And the good news is, it’s actually not that unfamiliar to you.

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This study was conducted at the University of Cagliari, Italy. It was published in Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior.

In this study, researchers took a group of rats and gave them CAFFEINE to see whether it affected neuroactive hormones.

“The effects of caffeine, a naturally occurring stimulant, on the brain and plasma concentrations of neuroactive steroids were examined in the rat.”

A single dose of caffeine increased pregnenolone, progesterone, and allopregnanolone (another excellent hormone) in the brain and blood.

“A single intraperitoneal injection of caffeine induced dose- and time-dependent increases in the concentrations of pregnenolone, progesterone, and 3a-hydroxy-5a-pregnan-20-one (allopregnanolone) in the cerebral cortex.”

Hormone levels increased in relation to caffeine dose.

And a high dose led to a more than 1000% increase.

“The increases were significant at a caffeine dose of 25 mg/kg and greatest (1188, 1388, and 171%, respectively).”

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When we convert the animal dosage to human, the effective HUMAN dosage seems to be in the range of 3.6mg-14.3mg per kg of body weight.

So, if you are a 175 lbs male, that is 288mg to 1000mg of caffeine.

An average cup of coffee contains 150mg of caffeine, so that’s around 2 to 3 cups of coffee minimum.

Or, if you have more caffeine tolerance, you can also use caffeine capsules.

In conclusion, caffeine may help to increase youth hormones that decline with age.

And as you I’ve covered extensively before, this is not the only beneficial effect of caffeine.

Let me repeat some of them to you:

Caffeine can…

  • help cleanse the liver
  • give you a better blood sugar control
  • improves circulation (better rockiness)
  • increase neural plasticity

…and so on.

Men above 45 would greatly benefit from caffeine.

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Here’s the full recipe for my metabolic shake

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If you want to feel a youthful surge of energy when you wake up in the morning…

If you want to be able to eat what you want, drink what you want, and not worry about packing on the pounds…

If you want to live longer with fewer diseases, and have your doctor look you up and down and say:

“Keep doing what you’re doing — you’re in fantastic health.”

Then you need a high metabolic rate that runs on thyroid hormones, not stress hormones.

This is the key to having a “teenage metabolism,” as I like to call it.

And any man can get a teenage metabolism at any age — I know because I did it and helped more than 80,000 other men do it.

And the quickest way to start is to drink my metabolic shake, which I’m sharing the cheat sheet for right here.

It’s included at no extra cost with your All Access Pass.

And it’s designed to get your metabolism running on thyroid hormones again.

If you try it, I’d love to hear about it and how it’s going for you.

Follow the recipe here


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.