While the mitochondria are one of the main keys to male health, science has uncovered another dangerous problem for men over 35 …
That’s because the hypothalamus controls the “alpha switch” that tells your body to repair, rebuild and restore your body down to the DNA level.
When this area of the brain is vibrant and healthy, it signals the body to pump out a gushing torrent of hormones …
Filling you with the energy, strength and vitality that can help conquer any obstacle.
But years of chronic stress, poor diet and environmental toxins can cause the neurons in hypothalamus to become weaker and slower …
Breaking down the chain of command your body needs if you want to operate at peak levels
Supercharging their body’s ability to recover and unleash a torrent of male hormones … in as little as 24 hours. This is the ultimate overnight vitality solution, because hundreds of studies show this powerful formula can help:
“This stuff makes me feel just awesome. I never tried a testosterone supplement, but this stuff does it for me. 100% chance to make you feel like a boss.”
“Been using this product for 3 months, I did my lab test last week , and my testosterone is back to 310 after two years on 199, believe me, IT WORKS.”
“I’m strong. It feels like I’m taking creatine. My explosive strength increased almost miraculously; in fact, my overall physical energy is higher, and, with that, my motivation seems improved too.”
“I’m 65 years old and naturally not producing testosterone, the same way I did when younger. I did a lot of shopping and trying different testosterone products. I like the fact that it’s 100% all-natural ingredients. I began realizing its effects within a few days. I had more energy, began sleeping better, my general a state of mind was seemingly more positive and I realized a heightened [vitality].”
“Better than TRT!”
I wanted to up my testosterone and my muscle tone. It is truly unbelievable. It isn’t a miracle you can just take, you have to do workouts but the difference is night and day. So I have to recommend this. It’s worth the price and all that good stuff.
It’s called Withania somnifera and it’s one of the most powerful healing compounds in the ancient art of Indian Ayurvedic Medicine. Legend says this ancient root being used by Hindu Kings and Royalty dating back as far as 6,000 years ago …
Because of its almost supernatural ability to boost masculine energy and vitality.
No keep in mind, it’s historical fact that some of most of these kings had multiple wives and fathered dozens of children…
In fact, one king was rumored to kept 327 different wives …
Which helped him father over 80 children.
So when I say this compound has an almost supernatural ability to boost male vitality …
I don’t think I’m exaggerating.
And over the last few years this miracle compound was rediscovered in the West …
Even better, the modern scientific evidence backing this root is just as good.
Because research shows men who took this legendary root saw a 500% higher increase in testosterone levels over men who didn’t.”
Plus, study after study shows this amazing root has the ability to:
Shilajit is a natural, tar-like substance found only in the upper reaches of the Himalayan mountains and has been used in ancient Indian Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. It’s known by the locals as the “conqueror of mountains” and the “destroyer of weakness” because of its potent effects on male vitality.
That’s because Shiliajit has been shown to boost the crucial t-boosting command coming from the pituitary.
In a recent major study that included 145 men who were 49 years of age on average…
Researchers found that when guys took a daily Shilajit extract for 90 days…Their vitality went off the charts.
● Total Testosterone levels were increased by 20.45%…
● Free Testosterone levels were increased by 19.14%…
● And DHEA levels were increased by 31.35% .
Now in case you don’t know what DHEA is…It’s basically the body’s “master hormone” and a precursor for testosterone…So not only did the men who took Shilajit have higher levels of testosterone coursing through their veins…They had a whole reservoir of additional “T” at their disposal too.
Even with more testosterone, man may not unlock the full benefits of higher T-levels if they don’t also boost Free testosterone levels. You see, testosterone flows around the body in blood and it can exist in two different states …
Free testosterone and Bound Testosterone.
The problem is, the testosterone that’s bound to proteins in blood can’t enter intor brain, muscles or fat cells … Which means, for the most part, it can’t work its magic.
That’s why we added Fenugreek
Studies show this potent herb increase free testosterone levels by releasing a fraction of bound T into the bloodstream. In fact, a recent 12-week study of 50 men showed fenugreek increased free testosterone in 90% of the participants. Plus, they saw a strong boost in mood, energy and vitality.
DIM, a compound found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, also helps release more free testosterone …But in a different way.
DIM accelerates the breakdown of estrogen into 2-hydroxy-estrogen.And the 2-hydroxy-estrogen actually helps release more bound testosterone. So you get two powerful benefits …higher free testosterone levels …And lower estrogen levels.
Which is great, because a man’s body becomes worse at breaking down estrogen as he gets older …And high testosterone to estrogen levels have been linked to higher fat burning and more muscle building.
Zinc is one of two minerals most important for optimal male vitality.
One study, published in the journal, Nutrition, fed young men a diet including very little zinc so that they developed a zinc deficiency. After just 3 months, the study participants “T-Levels” plummeted a whopping 75%!
This study also examined zinc supplementation in older men. The researchers showed that with increased zinc intake, “T-Levels” in the older participants almost doubled.
The second vital mineral we include in Overnight T+ is Boron. According to a 2015 review published in Integrative Medicine, taking 6mg of boron for just one week:
• Increased Free “T-Levels” By 25%
• Decreased Estrogen Levels By 50%
• Decreased Indicators Of Inflammation, Such As Interleukin And C-Reactive Proteins, By More Than Half
• Allowed More Free Testosterone To Bond With Proteins In The Blood, Which Is Essential The Older We Get.
The International Journal of Andrology shows that high magnesium levels are positively associated with higher T-levels in aging men.
They looked at over 399 men, age 65 and older, and looked at a variety of health markers in their blood … And one statistic stood head and shoulders above the rest.
In short, they discovered the men with the highest magnesium concentrations in their blood also had the highest T levels. Which led them to conclude that boosting magnesium levels through diet and supplementation could be a viable means of boosting T levels.
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