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Anti-Aging Answer for Men’s Good Health with Testosterone

Men are exclusively simple, when it comes to a man’s critical hormones, which build a man up,

and causes regeneration of muscles bones and some extremely crucial brain function. These all

lie in a man’s ability to make youthful blood levels of Testosterone. Always remember it is

testosterone that keeps all muscles in the body at their normal size and ability to function in a

youthful manner.

A man produces testosterone when the posterior pituitary’s release of LH which then triggers

the release of HCG which further instructs a man’s testicles to make testosterone. The other

super powerful regenerator of all cells tissues and organs is HGH human growth hormone.

These two hormones kept at youthful blood levels will stop a man from early stage Andropause.

In fact with the correct program of Antioxidants added to the protocol along with the right

energy metabolites and a man never will enter into the debilitating state of advanced

Andropause…. All medical research scientists agree low testosterone is a main cause of male

Andropause….The inability for a man to make youthful blood levels of testosterone. Interesting

that the virtually all male board of American Medical Association (the AMA) does not recognize

the validity of male Andropause….. Ego and false pride changes nothing, when you can no

longer make the 2 critical male hormones at youthful blood levels, the reality is just like female

menopause, men change….and that change leads to old age, decrepitude which is horrific, and

early death.

Testosterone is made in great abundance in young men age 13 to 30. Testosterone is the

combination on the molecular level of Cholesterol, the B vitamins and Oxygen.

However as we age past age 35 there is a large drop off in about 70% of male production of

testosterone according to the national Institute for Health (NHI) If this drop off in production of

testosterone is to severe and too quick, the heart being a muscle can quickly get too small and

not be able to be strong enough to meet cardiac blood stroke volume….the amount of blood

needed by the entire body per beat of your heart. This can lead to a very sudden electrical

storm within the heart muscle causing severe arrhythmias’ followed by death according to the

Harvard ten year medical study on the human heart…. And we are not talking about a few men

dying this way per year, the CDC estimates nearly 150,000 men die each year caused by the

above mentioned severe loss of testosterone…

All men can avoid the above described horror by taking swift action and getting a blood test

done to see what your testosterone levels are….forget about the reference range we look at

what is the OPTIMAL range for testosterone at youthful levels I keep mine at 800 to 950. Most

men over 45 will come in with blood levels of roughly 250 to 475, AAI’s team of

scientist/doctors consider that range to be dangerously low.

So if you have symptoms of:

1. Low Energy, sudden fat built up around your waistline over the last 2 years,

2. Poor sleep

3. Inability to concentrate

4. Lower sex drive

5. And irritability….you are looking at Low Testosterone

6. If you have severe loss of testosterone you could lose hair, have muscle tears, and even

bone fractures…even if you are in your late 40’s and 50’s

Once we here at AAI restore you to youthful levels of testosterone you will have these great


1. Decrease in body fat

2. Increased Muscle tone

3. Stronger muscles and bones

4. Improved mood

5. Higher sex drive

6. Improved sleep

7. Enhanced sense of well being

8. A stronger healthier heart

9. Increased stamina for work, play, and exercise

There is another factor in young men today showing up with low testosterone. The new

generation of pesticides sprayed on crops to give a bigger yields by killing bugs, is only one

molecule different then Estrogen the prime female hormone. Here at AAI we have a protocol

for removing the entire pesticide residues in your body.

Men need certain other aspects to be exceedingly healthy:

1. Exercise

2. Supplements with Nutraceutical(pharmaceutical-grade nutritional supplements that are

prescription strength, free from all contaminants…and fully absorbed by the body

3. Stop Smoking

4. Eat more fiber from ground organic Flax, prevents intestinal cancers.

5. Minimize stress, with yoga, meditation or structured relaxation exercises 20 min. each


6. Limit Xenoestrogens, substances in your diet that may mimic estrogen.

7. You must get 7 to 8 hours of deep restful, uninterrupted sleep each night

8. Allow us at AAI to place you on the most accomplished hormone optimization protocol

with the correct package of energy supplements and antioxidants.

Another incredible aspect of testosterone is that it can prevent type 2 diabetes and it can help

prevent cancer of the prostate according to the current Harvard Chief of Urology. In 1938 the

then, Chief of Urology at Harvard wrote a research paper with over 22 mistakes in it…one of

which was the statement that testosterone can cause cancer. That mistake in his research is still

quoted unto this very day even though 4 years ago the most accomplished urologist in modern

times at Harvard went into the basement of the medical research building…..found the 1938

research paper, and completely demolished it as mistake riddled especially with regard to

testosterone, saying and publishing that testosterone actually prevents prostate cancer

according to all of his research.

You know… that makes so much common sense….the #1 male hormone being testosterone for

a man, would of course be designed by nature to help all aspects of the male body….which

thankfully it does !

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