Use This Secret Hormone to Regain Muscle Mass (No Matter Your Age)

Use This Secret Hormone to Regain Muscle Mass (No Matter Your Age)

Until now, this all-natural hormone was only available to rich and powerful men like celebrities and politicians… Try it now before it disappears again…

—-Important Message—-

Have You Tried CID5920 Yet?

CID5920 is a natural anti-aging hormone for men that can add decades to your life.

Men who take CID5920 say that it helps them lose weight without cutting calories or sticking to a diet.

And they are able to regain muscle mass without spending hours in the gym.

But you have to hurry if you want to try CID5920…

CID5920 was hidden away for over 50 years and only given to rich and powerful men…

It’s now finally available to men like me and you, but for how long? Nobody knows…

Here’s how to get CID5920 before it’s too late.


This Is the Key to Staying Youthful

“Matt, I just want to feel GOOD again.”

I’m always hearing this from Fellow Health Renegades who feel like they’re losing themselves to the aging process…

These guys aren’t OLD – they’re just normal men like me and you who want to continue having great sex and being happy and healthy until they’re 90 or 100 years old.

And it’s totally possible. There’s no reason why men CAN’T stay young and sexy well into their 90s and 100s.

In some rare cases, this doesn’t happen, like with a handful of serious degenerative diseases.

But that’s the exception and not the norm.

One of the areas where we can cause a serious turnaround in health is muscle development.

Most people begin to lose muscle mass in their 30s – unless they take steps to prevent it from happening (and there is a key we’re unlocking now that can really help).

The reason this is so important is that your muscle mass supports your metabolism and keeps you strong and mobile.

Keeping up your muscle mass is one of the keys to staying youthful.

Skeletal Muscles Do Not Undergo Apoptosis During Either Atrophy or Programmed Cell Death-Revisiting the Myonuclear Domain Hypothesis

If you work out and gain muscle, then your muscles will add something called myonuclei in order to sustain the growth.

This is really important because it holds one of the keys to keeping strong muscles later in life.

According to Schwartz, the author of this study:

“Muscle growth is accompanied by the addition of new nuclei from stem cells to help meet the enhanced synthetic demands of larger muscle cells…”

We used to believe that as muscles shrink they lose myonuclei.

And that if you stopped using your muscles you’d lose them completely.

“This led to the assumption that a given nucleus controls a defined volume of cytoplasm – so that when a muscle shrinks or atrophies due to disuse or disease, the number of myonuclei decreases.”

But it turns out that isn’t what happens…

It’s more like lose it or use it… until you use it again.

But it turns out that, once a nucleus is gained, muscles have that nucleus forever.

If you build muscle and then lose it, the nuclei that the muscle needs to grow doesn’t go away…

It sticks around.

Two independent studies – one in rodents and the other in insects – have demonstrated that nuclei are not lost from atrophying muscle fibers, and even remain after muscle death has been initiated.”

That means that if you’re losing muscle due to aging or not working out, you get to keep a core part of the muscle you’ve previously built.

Which makes it easier to gain back muscle.

It’s actually easier to regain muscle than it is to gain it in the first place!

This ability to regain muscle more easily after you’ve gained it once can give you an important strategy for retaining muscle into your elder years – which is when your body likes to lose muscle.

“It is well documented in the field of exercise physiology that it is far easier to reacquire a certain level of muscle fitness through exercise than it was to achieve it the first place, even if there has been a long intervening period of detraining. In other words, the phrase ‘use it or lose it’ might be more accurately articulated as ‘use it or lose it, until you work at it again…’”

So the bottom line is that if you want to keep muscle mass as you get older, it’s a good idea to gain a bit of muscle when you’re younger.

If you didn’t, and you’re in your 50s or 60s now, then doing a bit of resistance exercise can do a lot toward gaining those nuclei in your muscles…

And that will allow you to more easily regain muscle later if you need to.

You don’t have to seriously bulk up, just pay attention to your physical health.

It’s well worth it.

—-Important Message About Regaining Muscle Mass—-

“I put on six pounds of pure muscle and my testosterone is through the roof.”

I’ve discovered a new way of putting on muscle…

And men don’t have to lock themselves away in the gym to do it.

You see, I conducted an experiment on myself… to see if I could naturally raise my testosterone…

Because as men age, our testosterone levels drop because the body converts it into estrogen.

And estrogen is NOT what men want.

So I discovered how to STOP the body from converting extra testosterone into estrogen…

And I woke up with bigger biceps. Even my wife, Jodi, said they were bigger.

My testosterone levels are now over 1,000 which not even young guys can say.

And you can copy exactly what I did and naturally raise your testosterone levels and regain strong, firm muscles. Here’s how…






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.
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