Maximize Men's Health
Shedding Light on Low-T
Low-T, or low testosterone, has been a widely researched topic. Testosterone is a sex hormone more prevalent in males, although females also have small amounts.
When this potent sex hormone begins to wane, symptoms can include erectile dysfunction, and reduced bone mass and sex drive. From sperm production to the development of bone and muscle structures, testosterone has several essential roles in men’s health. Testosterone is also responsible for characteristics such as hair growth and deep voices.
The reduction of testosterone is common as men age. While low-T may feel like the end of manhood, the conversation about it is just beginning! Opt-in for our email series, Maximize Men's Health, to learn more about conditions related to lower testosterone and lifestyle factors that can influence T levels.
Meet Dr. Susan Plank, The Facilitator of Maximize Men's Health
Dr. Susan Plank
A Natural Approach
Diet and nutrition play a big role in overall health, including the endocrine system. For example, some healthy “aphrodisiac” foods include arugula and almonds due to trace minerals, avocados because they are rich in essential fatty acids, and citrus for their antioxidant punch.
Supplement suggestions for Low-T include zinc, vitamin D, Ginseng, Ginkgo biloba, Ashwagandha, Damiana, Velvet Deer Antler, Maca, or combinations thereof. Anecdotal evidence abounds in terms of supplementation, with more and more clinical evidence coming forward.
Our go-to supplementation company is Biotics Research because they have been utilizing “The Best of Science and Nature” for over 40 years. While most nutritional supplements are manufactured using components such as food dyes and other unwanted components, Biotics Research realizes the significant importance of dissolution, assimilation, and bioavailability.
Make sure to opt-in to our email series to learn more about men’s health and natural solutions for combating low-T!
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