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How Men Can Naturally Boost Their Testosterone Level

Jim Fain

Posted on October 30 2017

We need testosterone like this guyWomen can benefit from this knowledge but this post is mostly for men, so get your checklist handy…

There is an interesting supplement that is particularly of interest to men, over 40 years old who have elevated cholesterol, prostate troubles and who wish to maybe improve the beneficial levels of testosterone. The all natural product may actually do more than the sizable list above.

Phytosterols hold a certain magic with scientific blessings.

Phytosterols are a family of plant fats. You may recognize “sterol” as part of what we humans struggle with having too much of namely cholesterol. The good thing is that plants product a slightly different version that competes for absorption in our stomachs with animal cholesterol. So when we supplement with the plant version the absorption of the animal version is reduced in many people. You’ll often see plant sterols as additives to heart healthy margarine at the grocery store for this very reason. Scientific studies have shown lowered cholesterol levels and improved lipid panels in people in both men and women.

For men, the neat thing is that there is also evidence phytosterols help shrink the prostate in benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPS). Remember the TV ad of “I thought I had a problem of going, but my doctor told me it was a problem growing”? Supplementing with even a low dose of plant sterols helps many middle aged and older men. At higher doses up to 6000 mg/day it may actually lower cholesterol, shrink the prostate and help improve the good testosterone older men tend to have less of.

Good testosterone is the higher octane male hormone. Testosterone is produced not only in smaller amounts as we age but a significant amount of it becomes “bound” and the octane lowers to kerosine. This is called DHT. This causes hair loss, weight gain, soft belly and a lot of couch potato behavior as well as sexual dysfunction. Often men with pre-diabetes have too little high octane testosterone as well. Phytosterols are thought to reduce the amount of DHT so the proportion of high octane hormone improves. Some anti-aging benefits can also occur.

If you’re struggling with your testosterone levels, try out phytosterols. Currently, phytosterols are sold in-store only, but we can place an order over the phone or in person if you give us a call.

These statements have not been approved by the FDA and are in no way a substitute for medical advice from your health doctor or personal physician. Take our supplements and vitamins at your own discretion.

In good health,

Dr. Fain

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