My boyfriend’s secret transformation down there

“What in the world is he doing to grow so big down there?!”

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My boyfriend’s secret transformation down there

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Hi, I’m Nicole, and the craziest transformation has been happening to my boyfriend, Mark…

I first notice it when he’s outgrowing his underwear…

Did I shrink them in the wash?

Now I’m having to buy him new bigger pairs…

What is Mark doing to grow larger like this? What is his secret?!

I know for a fact that Mark is against all that Big Pharma crap…

He would never take a pill or pay hundreds of dollars for experimental supplements to try and get bigger.

That’s just not the kind of guy Mark is…

So what is he doing? Find out here… 


Incredible anti-aging effects of using DHEA this way

DHEA is a natural, youth associated hormone.

Young people produce lots of DHEA – DHEA levels drop after the first few decades of life.

The body converts hormones into other hormones, and DHEA is one of the most basic hormones…

With the ability to be easily converted into other downstream hormones like testosterone and DHT.

Careful dosing with DHEA can lead to significant improvements in downstream hormones without negative side effects.

Research in older men shows that it boosts hormones which otherwise drop with age, while improving the sense of well-being.

This is why it is called a youth-associated hormone.

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The human study was carried out at the University of Pisa in Italy. The research was published in Aging Male.

DHEA is a close relative of DHEAS – both of these youth-associated hormones drop with age, and this is one cause of aging.

“DHEA and DHEAS age-related decline is very likely to be involved in the aging process and the onset of age-related diseases.”

This fact leads us to the obvious question of whether increasing DHEA can mitigate age-related health problems and aging itself.

“This fact gives rise to the question of whether preventing or compensating the decline of these steroids may have endocrine and clinical benefits.”

This study looked at the effect of a moderate dose of DHEA in older men over the course of one year.

The researchers looked at changes in hormones and symptoms of androgen deficiency (low testosterone and DHT).

DHEA is one of the primary building blocks of these male hormones.

“We evaluated the hormonal and clinical consequences of a long-term, low-dose DHEA replacement therapy in aging men who presented characteristics of androgen deficiency.”

The researchers tracked many of the symptoms which older men with lower testosterone tend to suffer from including…

“…weakness, fatigue, decreased libido, depressive mood, lack of motivation and energy, lower psychological vitality, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, decreased work and sport performances, difficulty in concentrating, memory impairment and low dominance.”

They tracked a whole post of hormones and hormone-related factors over the course of the year.

These included…

  • DHEA
  • Androstenedione
  • Total testosterone and free testosterone
  • Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
  • Progesterone
  • 17-hydroxyprogesterone
  • Allopregnanolone
  • Estrone
  • Estradiol
  • Sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG)
  • Cortisol
  • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
  • Luteinizing hormone (LH)
  • Growth hormone (GH)
  • Insulin-like growth factor 1

DHEA supplementation led to a significant increase in DHEA, DHEAS, testosterone and DHT.

There was also a significant increase in progesterone – this hormone has anti-inflammatory effects which are second to none.

“DHEA, DHEAS, androstenedione, total and free testosterone, DHT, progesterone, 17-hydroxyprogesterone, estrone, estradiol, GH, IGF-1 and beta-endorphin levels increased significantly with respect to baseline values.”

The increases in estrone and oestradiol (estrogen’s) are the only negative results of this study.

Other research has shown that the increases in estrogen from DHEA are dose related.

This means that using lower doses of DHEA could prevent the increase in estrogen.

Transdermal application – applying DHEA to the skin – also blunts the increase in estrogen.

So, a smarter way to do this would be to use 5mg of transdermal DHEA 3 times per day.

Then we would see many of the benefits in protective hormones without a significant rise in estrogen.

Cortisol was unchanged – which is another major positive.

The testosterone:cortisol ratio and the DHEA:cortisol ratio are 2 factors which are very protective of health in men.

Increasing testosterone and DHEA without increasing cortisol is a very good sign.

The researchers also found significant improvements in mental factors, energy, and pain related to inflammation associated with aging.

“Questionnaires indicated a progressive improvement in mood, fatigue and joint pain.

A moderate dose of DHEA can have significant effects on hormones in older men.

“25 mg/day of DHEA is able to cause significant changes in the hormonal profile and clinical symptoms and can counteract the age-related decline of endocrine and neuroendocrine functions.”

You really can shift the hormonal profile to that of a younger guy using just one over-the-counter supplement.

Though I do caution to take care not to raise estrogen.

“Restoring DHEA levels to young adult values seems to benefit the age-related decline in physiological functions but, however promising, placebo-controlled trials are required to confirm these preliminary results.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

—-Important Message About Raising DHEA—-

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Long-term low-dose dehydroepiandrosterone replacement therapy in aging males with partial androgen deficiency