This is why my testosterone is 900

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Mine is good and high and I don’t take any supplemental testosterone…here’s what is working for me instead

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This is why my testosterone is 900

There is a lot of research on testosterone replacement therapy in men. I’m going to show you something FAVORABLE. Then I’m going to tell you what I’m doing instead.

So get ready for a little controversy…

First, the research often points to conflicting results, because many of these studies are poorly designed.

They are supporting the $5 billion a year Big Pharma complex selling TRT to men.

For this reason….

The experiments might only run for a very short period of time.

Or the researchers may not track testosterone levels correctly.

Recently, reviewers examined the best studies of the last 15 years that looked at testosterone replacement and metabolic syndrome.

The data shows that proper testosterone replacement therapy can improve symptoms of type 2 diabetes.

Now, this is not a study. It’s a “meta” which is just an interpreted compilation from biased researchers trying to prove a point.

They said that supplemented testosterone therapy lowers body fat and increases muscle mass.

The researchers conclude that testosterone replacement therapy – properly delivered – could lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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The analysis of human research took place at the Department of Urology, University Hospitals Birmingham in the UK. The journal Sexual Medicine Reviews published the results.

Metabolic problems such as type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome are closely linked to low testosterone in men.

“Up to 40% of men with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome have low testosterone.”

And these problems are major factors in the development of cardiovascular disease.

“Men with low testosterone are at increased risk of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality.”

The authors of this study were of the opinion that previous research into this field was confusing because it included lots of poorly designed studies.

“Previous research has confused the issue by including underpowered studies of inadequate duration, or multiple therapy regimens.”

So they set about finding the best research on low testosterone, type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.

They looked through major medical databases for everything published between 2005 and 2018.

“We searched databases for articles published between May 2005 and July 2018, yielding 1817 articles, and 32 randomized controlled trials.”

The researchers analyzed all of these papers and included only papers of the highest quality in their final assessment.

The research looked at a number of factors of metabolic syndrome and risk factors for cardiovascular disease.

“We looked at glycemic control, insulin resistance, lipid profile, and metabolic markers associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk.”

The researchers concluded that testosterone replacement had significant benefits when implemented properly.

Testosterone replacement can improve blood sugar control and insulin sensitivity.

And these are major factors in type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

“Testosterone therapy has significant benefits for insulin sensitivity and glycemic control.”

Testosterone therapy can increase muscle mass and decrease body fat.

“Random controlled trials suggest significant benefits on fat and lean muscle mass.”

All of these factors imply that testosterone could significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.

“Several longitudinal and observational studies suggest long-term sustained improvements in metabolic parameters and a trend toward reduced cardiovascular disease.”

The changes brought on by testosterone replacement therapy could increase lifespan in men with low testosterone.

“Random controlled trials of testosterone therapy suggest reduced long-term morbidity and mortality.”

Testosterone therapy was found to be particularly important for men with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

“Studies suggest long-term sustained improvements and a trend toward reduced cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality, especially in men at increased cardiovascular risk, such as those with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.”

Testosterone replacement therapy significantly improves sexual function in men with low testosterone.

“Random controlled trials of testosterone therapy suggest significant benefits for sexual function.”

The research underlines the importance of keeping your testosterone at the right level.

Raising testosterone to a specific target range for a long period was particularly healthy.

“The greatest benefit is seen in men treated with testosterone therapy to target levels and for longer durations.”

There are many benefits to optimizing testosterone levels.

However, I promised you the controversial part.

The TRT as it’s done often gives men TOO much testosterone.

And it can be very damaging.

If you are doing this via supplementing testosterone, it must be done properly. The therapy must be tracked and adjusted properly.

And dosages that work are often a FRACTION of what they want to give you.

Instead of 25mg or 50mg a day, ask your doctor for something small, like 5mg a day.

That is what is called a physiological dose, a dose your body is used to using, not the huge doses they often give men.

And personally, I don’t do this and my T is 880 – 920. Because I use over-the-counter supplements (not herbs) that increase my body’s natural testosterone production.

Even better than getting a gel, patch, or injection, is your body boosting its own T naturally.

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Hi, I’m Lisa — blonde, doe-eyed, and hiding a huge sex drive…

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Ever since I was 15 and discovered the pleasures of sex for the first time, I’ve been addicted to it.

And over the years, it’s clear to me that not all women have as high a sex drive as I do…

That’s why I’ve always felt so lucky to have my husband. He has a high sex drive too.

But lately, he’s been struggling to perform and I’ve been noticing a dip in his drive…

So I convinced him to try one of these natural bite-sized T boosters… and BOY am I glad I did.

And now, my husband has almost got me beat… I can barely keep up with him…

…but I’m NOT complaining! This natural testosterone booster really works!

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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.

Metabolic Effects of Testosterone Therapy in Men with Type 2 Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2050052118301471?via%3Dihub