How to Boost Testosterone Naturally by James Jordan

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How to Boost Testosterone Naturally
December 20, 2015
James Jordan, CNC, CMTA.
The most common complaints I get from my male clients is that they don’t have the energy, vitality and sex drive they had when they were younger. A close second would be a concern over their memory loss and reduced cognitive function. Both these conditions are primarily caused by reduced testosterone levels.
Men are often told there is either nothing they can do about loss of testosterone when they age or that they would have to take hormone treatments including: testosterone, DHEA or other synthetic interventions to get their hormone levels up. A third option is taking a boat load of supplements promoted by bodybuilding websites.
First, I am here to tell you that you can boost your testosterone and second that there are more natural ways to do it than what is commonly prescribed.
In this short video I review the foundation principles of building healthy levels of testosterone at any age.
How to Boost Testosterone Naturally with Diet, Exercise and Key Nutritional Supplements.
There is no need to accept a loss of muscle mass, memory function and vitality for men as we age. It might take some discipline and intelligence on our part but we can maintain healthy levels of testosterone well into our 50s, 60s and even 70s. All done naturally with diet, exercise, lifestyle choices and a modest amount of dietary supplementation.
Yours in Health ,
James Jordan, CNC, CMTA.

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