The latest men’s research is showing that aging is a symptom of a deeper problem…
That begins in the biological “Power Plants” of a man’s cells – the mitochondria.
That’s because mitochondria produce the energy that every single cell in the body needs to function.
Meaning, healthy mitochondria are the KEY to:
Just like a power plant converts coal or oil into electricity to power your house…
Or an engine burns gasoline to fuel your car…
Your body takes the food, water and oxygen you feed it and turns it into your own version of bio-energy called ATP.
And the mitochondria is the place where this bio-energy is made.
Without it, the brain doesn’t fire neurons…
The heart doesn’t pump…
Muscle don’t contract…
Essentially, this bio-energy created by the mitochondria is the essence of life itself!
However, mitochondria are one of the first cellular organs to suffer extensive damage from one of the biggest “wrecking balls” inside your body …Free Radicals.
THESE FREE RADICALS ATTACK NEARLY EVERY STRUCTURE IN THE CELL …
Wearing and tearing them down and hijacking the vitality and strength cells had in their youth.
And if mitochondria are damaged from free-radical creators like a poor diet, bad sleep, stress, excessive pharmaceuticals, and environmental pollutants that the body is exposed to every single day…
Men experience declining energy levels, droopy muscles and plummeting vitality.
Because the mitochondria suffer free-radical damage 5-10 times more than other parts of the cells.
That’s why it’s estimated that the energy producing power of your mitochondria drops by 50% or more after you hit 40.
One study recently showed that while the average 5-year-old boy shows almost no damage in their mitochondria …
By the time the average man reaches 90, up to 95% of their mitochondria will be damaged.
Think about that! If a man manages to make it to 90 nearly every organ in their body could be working at just 5% capacity.
That’s the real difference between the 5-year-old with boundless energy and enthusiasm …
And the 90-year-old that can barely make it out of bed… The health of their mitochondria – NOT their “T” Levels.
The best way to restore the energy, vitality, and body of a man’s youth is by rejuvenating and optimizing his mitochondria.
It’s a simple, proven, three-step supplementation process that not only helps restore these mighty mitos to their former glory…
But also generate new mitochondria with fresh energy enhancing power!
First, you need to get old, broken down mitochondria pumping out precious energy again. That means making sure they’re getting the proper raw materials that get turned into fuel for the rest of the body.
Because we lose mitochondria as we age, it’s crucial to generate NEW ones in addition to repairing the ones we already have. This is like adding cellular horse power to help your body push harder so every cell is working harder and faster than ever before.
Environmental threats aren’t going anywhere, even with a good diet and exercise. Which is why we must make sure our mitochondria are shielded from outside threats to keep them running at 100%
…in one great tasting powder, restoring and optimizing mitochondria, regenerating the cellular power of youth for all day, natural energy, a strong,muscular physique, gushing blood flow, and alpha male vitality and confidence.
First, Mito Male starts with two special forms of the amino acid, L-Carnitine. L-carnitine helps shuttle fatty acids into the mitochondria.
And fatty acids are raw materials your mitochondria uses to create energy for the rest of the body.
You naturally make L-Carnitine, but once free radicals start breaking down mitochondria the body starts losing the ability to make enough L-Carnitine, which in turn, reduces mitochondrial function even more …
Until you end up in a vicious downwards spiral that creates malfunctioning mitochondria.
Scientists are discovering that certain doses of L-Carnitine can help repair old mitochondria, helping them churn out more cellular energy than they have in years.
In fact, that’s just what 5 Italian scientists did. They gave a group of men over 60 two grams of Acetyl L-Carnitine and 2 grams of Glycine Propionyl L-Carnitine…
And found these two “white powders.” could help triple the men’s vitality and boost their energy levels by over 300%.
Plus, they were able to build more muscle and lose weight faster, without any change in diet or exercise.
In fact, the carnitine combo outperformed testosterone by up to 166%.
Which shows just how essential healthy mitochondria are for helping men feel like a younger, stronger MAN.
L-carnitine transports fatty acids into your mitochondria. Which is why researchers believe it has the potential to act as a potent fat reducer.
In fact, a double blind, placebo controlled study out of Catania, Italy showed that supplementing with Carnitine boosted fat reduction 6x higher … without any change in diet!
In addition, L-Carnitine is able to increase Nitric Oxide by up to 55% and boost the body’s master antioxidant, Glutathione, by 83% during exercise.
This gives the body a one-two punch that helps you attack your workouts harder and recover quicker. In fact, multiple studies have shown that L-Carnitine can help boost the energy, endurance and recovery of everyone from elite athletes to centenarians.
Since mitochondria provide the energy for every cell in your body, maximizing their ability to create fuel means you can perform your best at any age.
In fact, one double blind, placebo controlled study out of Sicily found that Carnitine boosted muscle growth by 460% and boosted mental and physical energy by 218%!
Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is superior to regular Carnitine because it can cross over the blood brain barrier and support the mitochondria in your brain. ALCAR increases the neurotransmitter
Acetylcholine, which is crucial for memory, concentration, and overall cognition.
Research ALSO shows ALCAR’s mitochondrial enhancing effects also help decrease mental fatigue by 1/3 and protect against neuro-toxic assaults.
Just like ALCAR and the brain, Propionyl L-Carnitine plays and especially important role in your heart and circulatory health.
It’s been shown to help protect the endothelial cells that line your arteries, helping you boost Nitric Oxide levels by 55%.
Studies have also shown it can help reduce the severity of symptoms in people who have suffered from heart and circulatory issues.
According to a meta analysis of 12 studies, ALCAR has potent mood boosting effects that not only work rapidly, but also over the long term.
This is because L-carnitine is able to activate genes all the way down in the DNA that support happiness and well-being levels.
Carnitine is a potent antioxidant and its ability to scavenge free radicals has been shown to protect DNA from cell damage.
DNA carry your genetic coding and the more damage they take the faster you age. Damaged DNA are linked to increased risks of deadly diseases.
This is compound that could be the biggest breakthrough in mitochondria research to date.
It’s called PQQ and its presence in interstellar stardust has led some experts to believe it played a pivotal role in the evolution of life on Earth.
It’s been found in every plant species tested to date.
But neither humans nor the bacteria that colonize the human digestive tract have shown the ability to naturally produce it.
Which is why researchers believe PQQ is as essential of a nutrient as Vitamin C or Vitamin D!
We’ve known for years that PQQ is one of the world’s most powerful mitochondrial antioxidants …
But recently, this unique compound was shown to have an even bigger effect on male health.
Because, according to one study published in the Journal of Nutrition, PQQ can help the body produce up to 55% more NEW mitochondria inside each cell in as little as 8 weeks!
Which engine do you think is going to win a race: A 130-hp Toyota Corolla or a 600-hp Ferrari?
The Ferrari will smoke the Corolla right off the starting line.
That’s the power of PQQ. It helps pack cells with more “cellular horsepower” …
So men can supercharge every system in the body to perform at the true limits of peak performance.
Remember, the biggest threat to mitochondria are free-radicals…
And the best way to protect your mitochondria from these dangerous invaders is using Shilajit
Shilajit is a tar like substance found in the upper reaches of the Himalayan mountains … And it is known as the “conqueror of weakness” by the locals.
The ancients had known for thousands of years that this compound was a remarkable vitality enhancer, but until recently, scientists didn’t know why.
Yes! Mito Male was designed to be taken daily to achieve the desired benefits. This formula can be taken with or without food. Our staff loves sipping on a glass in the morning to start our days off right and set the tone to dominate life.
You can also mix it with any liquid of your liking, including adding it to smoothies and shakes for a vitality enhancement cocktail unlike any other.
Men over 40 years old is where you see the biggest drop off in Vitality, but Mito Male can still provide younger men with a plethora of benefits like the energy and focus boosting effects of acetyl L carnitine…athletic enhancement from glycine propionyl-l-carnitine…fatigue fighting power of shilajit…antioxident supercharging of PQQ,… and the hormone assistance you get from boron and zinc.
We believe in 100% transparency with all our products. We want you to know exactly how much of each ingredient is in our formula so you know you’re getting the proper doses, backed by science.
Ouro Vitae refuses to hide behind the “proprietary blends” so prevalent in the supplement industry.
Because this allows a company to load a laundry list of ingredients in their formula, making it look remarkable.
But on the inside, “proprietary blends” can have such small amounts of an ingredient it’s absolutely useless to you. Meaning, they’re marketable, but not remarkable.
Simply put, the ingredients in Mito Male are all available without a RX , and that means the big pharma companies can’t make a penny off them so they’re not marketed to hospitals.
Instead, they can charge over $500 a month for HRT which usually comes with painful procedures, constant blood draws and monitoring, and tons of doctor visits.
Absolutely not. Mito Male is free from artificial sweeteners and coloring.
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