Testosterone is a crucial factor in men's masculinity, but did you know that it also plays a major role in overall male health? Levels of this essential hormone typically start to decline with age, and, by age 45, roughly 40% of all men have low testosterone, a condition that may, in extreme cases, lead to a condition called hypogonadism in which a man's testes shrink and … [Read more...]
Starting around age 30, men's testosterone levels begin to naturally decline. T-Boosters are nutrients that help men improve their testosterone levels. Some t-boosters increase T production; some signal for its release into the bloodstream. Others raise T-levels indirectly, by neutralizing “T-killer” enzymes and female sex hormones. T-Boosting nutrients may be taken alone, but are more often combined into complex supplements.
Plant-derived saponins may theoretically influence testosterone via several biological activities. Saponins are natural compounds found in plants. Some saponins may be able to affect testosterone through a number of hypothetical mechanisms: Boosting precursors needed to synthesize testosterone. Suppressing enzymes that convert testosterone into other forms. … [Read more...]
Agaricus bisporus mushroom may suppress an enzyme that converts testosterone into estrogen, but more research is needed. Agaricus bisporus is an edible mushroom species. It is used by some testosterone booster products given its ability to: Inhibit aromatase, an enzyme needed to convert testosterone to estrogen. Overview Agaricus bisporus, also known as common or … [Read more...]
Despite its reputation in pop culture & mass media, testosterone is not confined to the health status of sweaty, hairy, monosyllabic men. In reality, when you chalk up the various powerful feminine attributes in which testosterone plays a huge role, the male monopolized view on the hormone comes across as a little... well, absurd. Sex. Ambition. Cognition. Physical … [Read more...]
Creatine may further improve the testosterone-boosting effect of resistance training. Creatine is one of the most popular and effective ways of improving anaerobic exercise performance. In addition, recent research evidence suggests that it might also: Act as a testosterone booster when paired with resistance training via a yet-unknown mechanism. Overview Creatine … [Read more...]