The internet searches for illegal steroids is as strong as ever. Maybe that’s because men know that something is dreadfully wrong with their bodies. Maybe they are seeking out “steroids” because not all of us have been born gifted either. Maybe they don’t feel 100% or maybe it’s because they want to look their best. Whatever the reason the demand isn’t stopping…it’s increasing!
Testosterone Under Assault
You don’t have to look very far from your home and you might start to realize that your precious manhood and testosterone is under attack from modern living. Why is it illegal for a man to feel good? Why is anything “male” considered bad when conveniences like “taking a pill so you don’t have a period”. Let me introduce you to Lybrel (R) a pharmaceutical that is meant to be a birth control pill that eliminates periods as the main selling feature.
Women can take the active ingredient in Lybrel which is 90 mcg levonorgestrel and 20 mcg ethinyl estradiol even though the side effects are listed as:
“An increased risk of the following serious adverse reactions has been associated with the use of oral contraceptives: Thromboembolic and thrombotic disorders and other vascular problems, carcinoma of the reproductive organs and breasts, hepatic neoplasia/liver disease, ocular lesions, gallbladder disease, carbohydrate and lipid effects, elevated blood pressure, and headache including migraine.“
Sounds pretty nasty doesn’t it? Mothers ROUTINELY put 13 year olds on drugs like this yet if you go to ask to put your son on an “androgen” because he is fat, not good at sports, being picked on etc…not only will you be asked to leave you will probably be brought up on charges!
Unfortunately that poor “son” is under constant attack from environmental chemicals that disrupt the natural production of androgens, including dear testosterone (1,2,3,4,5,6) and as a worse effect they then act like estrogens in the body, further putting out of whack your testosterone to estrogen ratio. Toxic chemicals like Parabens, BPA (bisphenol A), Phthalates and PCB’s are disrupting your body’s ability to produce testosterone and other androgens all while acting like the estrogens they are promoting! Look on your shampoo and you will see most of these chemicals listed. Some recent quotes on these chemicals don’t sound too good for you:
“Overall, the estrogenic burden of parabens and their metabolites in blood may exceed the action of endogenous estradiol…the safety margin for propylparaben is very low”
“BPA..treatments decreased plasma and testicular testosterone levels, and plasma luteinizing hormone (LH)”
What this means is that you need to supplement to increase your ability to boost testosterone. An ideal ALL NATURAL stack combines anti-estrogens like LG Sciences Formadrol Extreme with a natural producer like D-Aspartic Acid! This will kick start your natural production all while lowering the amount of estrogen produced. This effect will get you into PRIME levels!
D-Aspartic Acid is great at boosting testosterone levels, but it can also boost estrogen, which is why you need an aromatase inhibitor to counter those effects. This combination represents the most effective way for men to restore their natural hormone levels and to boost their quality of life!
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