How I increased my testosterone by 50%

 

testosterone-enanthateTESTOSTERONE. Perhaps no other hormone evokes such feelings of strength, power and masculinity.

 

These days hardly a day will go by without hearing some sort of advertisement for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) as drug companies swoop in to capitalize on the increasing interest in this powerful hormone.  

 

But is TRT really the best approach? I mean, isn’t it at least possible for a middle aged male to increase his testosterone levels without resorting to the use of drugs?

 

This is what I sought out to find for myself after a routine trip to my doc revealed that my testosterone levels were less than what they could (or should) be.

 

At first I was surprised to learn this. After all, I eat healthy, don’t smoke and I like to lift heavy stuff on a regular basis. I also feel ok down there (if you know what I mean).

 

It’s funny how sensitive guys are when they talk about low testosterone. I mean, women can discuss pretty much anything to do with their lady parts but the mere mention of anything to do with masculinity causes many men to shut up. I have reviewed the blood work from many clients over the years and have been surprised to see how many males under the age of 50 are living with low test levels.

 

My initial blood test revealed the following result;

Testosterone: 7.4 nmol/L

 

To put this in perspective, healthy testosterone levels for males my age range from 6.0 – 27.0 nmol/L

 

Granted, my levels were within the normal range but they were sure a far cry from where they could be!

 

As I was driving home from my doctor’s office I began to wonder how much I was missing out on- I mean, if I felt pretty good with the levels I have now how much better would I feel if I had 400% higher test levels?

 

I began to think about all the commercials I have seen on television advertising the benefits of TRT. According to what they say I was missing out on a huge chunk of happiness by walking around with relatively low t!

 

After a few days of pondering taking the plunge into self administering weekly injections of synthetic testosterone, I decided to see what I could accomplish naturally. After all, I have researched hormones to a significant degree and was aware of the many factors that can impact a person’s testosterone levels. Combine this with the fact that I am needle adverse and my answer was clear- I would pursue the natural route first before resorting to the needle in the butt, patch on the scrotum or stinky cream (tough call I know).

 

To find out what happened watch the video below. In it I describe how I was able to increase my test levels by 50%… you will be surprised by what I discovered!    

 

 

 

 

 

This post was written by

Bruce – who has written posts on Cutting edge muscle building and fat loss secrets.
bruce krahn is a best-selling author, writer, researcher, personal trainer and professional speaker. he has coached people for two decades both in person and online. he created this site to be an honest source of useful, practical information you can use to improve your health, build muscle, lose fat and get the lean body look.

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bruce krahn is a best-selling author, writer, researcher, personal trainer and professional speaker. he has coached people for two decades both in person and online. he created this site to be an honest source of useful, practical information you can use to improve your health, build muscle, lose fat and get the lean body look.

2 Responses to “How I increased my testosterone by 50%”

  1. eileen krahn says:

    Watched your video and was very impressed with your natural versus drug/needles approach. Great information.

  2. Anthony says:

    I think the cell phone thing must have had a huge impact. Testosterone gets lower and lower with everyone and I think cell phones have a lot to answer for. Thanks for sharing.

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