By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
February 17, 2014
- The monster of all testosterone-boosting tips
- Boost your T with this secret nutrient
- Then, kick it up a notch or two
Last week, I wrote about the importance of nitric oxide (NO) when it comes to achieving and maintaining an erection.
I’ve received a lot of emails since then. Seems a lot of you fellows out there are just as much concerned about your testosterone levels. And I can’t blame you.
Low T is a big problem for us men. And it’s not just because of its effect on your libido or your ability to “get it up.”
Without adequate levels of testosterone, your drive and ambition fly out the window. You may suddenly feel aimless, moody and dissatisfied with life in general. Low T can also lead to excess belly fat, loss of muscle strength and the development of breast tissue often referred to as “man boobs.”
These are big concerns. Which is why I’m going to give you a monster testosterone-boosting tip today.
But, before I do that, I just want to be clear about one thing:
Keeping your blood flowing to all the right places and keeping your testosterone levels up to par are equally important. You can’t discount one and simply focus on the other. When it comes to your performance and overall health, they go hand-in-hand.
That being said, here’s the exciting news I’d like to share with you…
There are many reasons men produce less testosterone as they age. One reason is all the environmental estrogen mimics we’re constantly being exposed to in the modern world.
The good news is there’s something you can do about it.
Today, I want to tell you about something called luteinizing hormone, or LH. This is a hormone that produces testosterone when it binds special cells found in your testes.
The more LH you have stimulating the testes, the more testosterone your testes make. And I’ve discovered a “secret” nutrient that can really kick things into overdrive.
There’s a powerful amino acid called D-Aspartate.
This amazing nutrient works in the central region of your brain to release LH. But it doesn’t just release a little bit. In just 12 days, it can increase LH by 33%.
But, it doesn’t stop there. That increase in LH also causes testosterone levels to skyrocket by a whopping 42%!
This is an enormous rise in testosterone in a short period of time. And, given that men lose 1% of their testosterone a year, a 42% increase is the equivalent of wiping away 42 years of testosterone loss – in just 12 days!
You can see why I’m so excited about this amino acid. It literally “flips a switch” that gets your male equipment to pump way more testosterone into your body. And all it takes is 3,000 mg daily.
If you think that’s great news, I also have another tip…
There are some nutrients people don’t think twice about anymore. They’re “old news.” They’re boring. Nobody cares about them.
Well, I’ll bet I can get you excited about one of them again.
I’m talking about zinc. And it’s not just for colds anymore…
It turns out low levels of zinc prevent the pituitary gland from releasing luteinizing hormone. And, you know what that means… lowered testosterone production!
But we’re not talking about a tiny little reduction. If you’re eating a zinc-deficient diet, your testosterone levels could drop by almost three-quarters in just 20 short weeks.
However, if you supplement with 30 mg. of zinc daily (balanced with 3 mg. copper), it could double your T levels in six months or less.
With all of this great news, there’s no reason for you not to get started immediately on increasing your sexual desire, performance, mood and energy.
And don’t forget to keep those nitric oxide levels high! All it takes is 1,500 mg of citrulline daily to relax those blood vessels and get your blood flowing where you need it, when you need it!
P.S. I was so excited by the testosterone-boosting qualities of D-Aspartate that I wanted to find a way to make it readily available for you. And I did!
I’m calling it the “secret sauce” in my latest creation. It’s called Monster-T. And it’s guaranteed to cover all your bases. Not only does it kick up your T levels… it also gives a nice nitric oxide boost to keep the juices flowing. Check it out here.
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