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This makes you 44% less likely to suffer a stroke

Testosterone is a well-known male hormone which tends to drop with age.

This increases the risk of sexual problems, mood disorders, low muscle mass…

…increased fat deposition, cardiovascular problems, and so on.

DHT is a less well-known male hormone – closely related to testosterone – which has similar protective effects.

Most people who have heard of DHT have heard that it causes male pattern baldness and prostate problems…

Both of which are completely untrue.

Testosterone and DHT are protective hormones for men. 

Older men with higher levels of these hormones are significantly less likely to suffer from a stroke.

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This human study was carried out at the University of Western Australia in Perth. The findings were published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.

It is well-known that hormone levels tend to change with age – though this is something that can be fixed.

The researchers wanted to know whether these hormonal changes were associated with different risk factors.

“Older men have lower testosterone, but whether differences in testosterone or its metabolites are associated with the incidence of heart attack and stroke remains controversial.”

The researchers took blood samples from 3690 men. The men were between the ages of 70 and 89 years old. T

The researchers assessed medical records over an average of 6.6 years after the blood tests were taken.

300 strokes occurred in the group of men during the follow-up period.

The researchers found that men with higher testosterone were significantly less likely to suffer from a stroke.

Those with the highest testosterone levels were 44% less likely to suffer a stroke than those with the lowest T levels.

“Higher testosterone is associated with a lower incidence of stroke (HR 0.56).”

The researchers found a significant protective effect from DHT also.

Those with the highest levels of DHT were similarly less likely to suffer from a stroke.

Men with high DHT levels were 43% less likely to suffer from a stroke over the next 6 ½ years.

“High DHT was associated with a lower incidence of stroke (HR 0.57).”

This study shows that men with higher levels of these male hormones are significantly less likely to suffer from a stroke in their 70s or 80s.

“Higher plasma testosterone DHT as a biomarker for reduced risk of stroke.”

It begs the question of whether these hormones are directly protective against stroke…

Or whether healthier men have higher levels of male hormones and are also less likely to suffer from stroke.

The researchers recommended further trials to see whether supplemental masculine hormones can lower the risk of stroke in older guys.

Randomised clinical trials are needed to clarify the impact of modifying testosterone DHT on the risk of stroke and ageing men.”

But there are much older studies which show profound protective effects on the cardiovascular system from male hormones. 

Male hormones help to keep the blood vessels clear of calcium which can build up and cause a stroke eventually.

The research shows that increasing testosterone and DHT levels into the higher end of the normal range is safe…

Provided that it does not elevate estrogen.

Higher testosterone can lead to higher estrogen because testosterone can convert into estrogen.

Estrogen has roughly the opposite effects of testosterone and DHT…

It increases inflammation and leads to a significant increase in disease risk in both men and women.

Whenever methods are used to increase the levels of male hormones then it is important for safety to also consider estrogen levels.

Higher estrogen is associated with a greater risk of stroke for example.

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Who knew that an ingredient hiding in your kitchen right now could double or even triple your natural testosterone?

It’s crazy but true — and it works by LOWERING estrogen which RAISES testosterone.

Oh! And if you are working out, you’ll notice a real increase in muscle mass too.

The lower estrogen and higher T levels are VERY noticeable in your arms and chest and legs.

Discover the 1 kitchen ingredient that allows any man to double his testosterone naturally at home (you probably already have it in your fridge right now).


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In older men, higher plasma testosterone or dihydrotestosterone is an independent predictor for reduced incidence of stroke but not myocardial infarction