It’s commonly believed that testosterone supplements are just for men. However, women need it for their health as well.
Testosterone levels have been in decline in both men and women for decades. It’s widely known that testosterone levels naturally decline with age, but that’s not what’s causing the worldwide decline.
Studies show that obesity and low testosterone are tightly linked. Obese men are more likely to have low testosterone. Men with very low testosterone are also more likely to become obese.
The link is so close because body fat contains an enzyme called aromatase. It soaks up testosterone and converts it into estradiol, which is a primary type of estrogen. In men, testosterone plays a key role in the development of muscle and bone mass. In addition, it’s essential for health and wellbeing, along with the prevention of osteoporosis.
Insufficient levels of testosterone may lead to health problems like frailty and bone loss.In women, it’s also important for bone strength, developing lean muscle mass and strength, and an overall sense of well being and energy. It’s best known for its crucial role in a woman’s libido. It enhances both the mood and experience.
Signs of low testosterone in men include a lack of energy, low libido, depression, irritability, elevated blood pressure, muscle loss, physical height reduction, weak erections, and sleep disorders.
For women, signs include the inability to orgasm, lack of interest in sex, painful intercourse, vaginal dryness, sudden absence of menstruation, hot flashes, fatigue, loss of muscle mass and strength, and depression
Key Nutrients That Naturally Help Recover Balanced Testosterone Levels
Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestris - Used medicinally as far back as in traditional Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda medicine, its root and fruit are used to enhance libido. The secret to the efficacy of this nutrient is protodioscin. When delivered at the cellular level, testosterone increases. Cellular delivery promotes microbial bioconversion.
Eurycoma Longifolia Root Extract - Several studies have shown androgen-like or testosterone-enhancing effects of Eurycoma longifolia (EL). The root has been proven to have medicinal values, which is rich in the bioactive compounds eurycomaoside, eurycolactone, eurycomalactone, eurycomanone, and pasak bumi-B, which activates the enzyme lyase that signals your body to produce more testosterone.
L-Arginine - This nutrient helps increase blood flow and the production of growth hormone, along with help boost nitric oxide levels. Many human and animal studies have shown that when taken in the right dosages, this amino acids has multiple beneficial pharmacological effects such as reduction in the risk of vascular and heart diseases, reduction in erectile dysfunction, and more.
Saw Palmetto - Scientists have found that saw palmetto can slow down 5-alpha reductase. This enzyme converts testosterone into a potent androgen hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Androgen hormones regulate the development of male characteristics.
Pygeum Africanum Bark - Used in Europe since 1960, the fatty acids in this bark have been shown to reduce inflammation through the inhibition of prostaglandins, as well as prostatic cholesterol levels that are precursors to testosterone production. In other words: it helps the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a potent testosterone metabolite via the enzyme 5-a-reductase.
Opti-T is not a synthetic chemical and has none of the adverse side effects associated with chemical drugs. It is safe and non-habit forming and has no contraindications. With regular use, Optimal Opti-T’s benefits will not diminish.
This formula contains a unique combination of tribulus terrestris and eurycoma longifolia that is shown to dramatically increases testosterone levels quickly, even up to 90% in 10 days. Your personal results will vary but are trackable with blood tests to measure total and free testosterone levels.