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The Great Testosterone Debate

HGH docs back to back 300x200The Great Testosterone Debate: Does testosterone cause severe health risks? Or does testosterone protect from health problems? Keep reading and discover the facts! When discussing testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), there is one thing sure: there are substantial differences of opinion among medical professionals about TRT. This difference leads to the great testosterone debate. Some physicians are concerned that testosterone replacement therapy comes with potential adverse side effects and should only be prescribed for severe cases of hypogonadism (deficient testosterone levels). Other doctors disagree. According to these medical professionals, when appropriately used, testosterone replacement therapy delivers a broad range of health...

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Judge Vacates $140 Million Verdict in Testosterone Lawsuit

Symbols of law 300x200Judge Vacates $140 Million Verdict in Testosterone Lawsuit A federal judge has vacated a massive 140 million dollar verdict over testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) treatment after concluding that the jury’s finding was inconsistent. The lawsuit was filed by Jeffrey Konrad, a Tennessee resident. Konrad claimed in his filing that he suffered a heart attack after two months of testosterone therapy using AndroGel, a topical gel that is used to treat low testosterone (“Low-T”) in older men. AndroGel is manufactured by the large Chicago-based pharmaceutical company AbbVie. In October 2017, a jury awarded Konrad $140,000 in compensatory damages and $140 million...

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Oregon HGH Clinics

Portland Oregon downtown scenic image 300x200Oregon A lush, wild scenery and natural beauty...waterfalls...amusement parks...art galleries and studios...museums...the excitement of the cities...theater and performing arts...shopping opportunities...history...rose gardens...bookshops...highway 101 running along the coast...the question is not “What is there to do in Oregon?” No, the real question is “What NOT is there to do in Oregon?” Let’s take a look at the fascinating, must-see attractions that Oregon has to offer. Portland. The most prominent metropolis in the state, Portland is a great place to start any trip to and through Oregon. There are many parks and gardens to see in Portland, and Washington Park is the perfect...

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No Gym since COVID-19? No Problem!

Muscular man flexing biceps  300x181No Gym since COVID-19? No Problem! Congratulations! After an eternity of putting it off, you finally decided to get off the couch and join a gym. And it paid off. After a few weeks you began to notice a few subtle differences...a few pounds dropped...you felt more energetic...more alive...and anxious to keep going. After a year of dedication to the fitness lifestyle, your progress was measurable...and noticeable. You not only felt good...you looked good as well, and the compliments you received made all that hard work well worth the effort and then some. At this time you made the commitment...

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Are You Suffering From Fatty Liver Disease?

close up of gadgets problems fixing with soldering man looking at HGH circuit board details through  300x200Are you suffering from Fatty Liver Disease? Growth hormone may help! Insidious...painful...high blood pressure...obesity...diabetes...skyrocketing cholesterol and triglycerides levels...fibrosis (liver scarring), cirrhosis...liver cancer...all of these conditions come to mind for people suffering from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and its more severe form non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). The problem is, that, over time, these diseases trigger the accumulation of fat in the liver that leads to inflammation, which results in the liver damage mentioned earlier. Worse, the condition has resisted all attempts of a cure. Presently, there are no prescriptions or medications that are approved to treat the disease. Several seemingly promising...

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Fed Up With Looking in the Mirror and Not Liking What You See?

man looking in a mirror 300x200Fed up with looking in the mirror and not liking what you see? Discouraged that your workouts are not delivering what you need? Sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? Then it's time to take action! Add DIM to your supplement menu and stop letting estrogen rob you of your manhood! Ask any doctor. They will tell you the grim fact: their male patients over 40 have many complaints they never suffered from in their youth. Depression. Weight-gain, with an increase of slabs of ugly, disease-producing blubber. Shrinkage of muscles and loss of muscle tone. Moodiness. Dry, wrinkled, weathered...

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New Study Finds Testosterone Does Not Increase Your Heart Attack Risk

Law1 300x254Undoubtedly, you've heard the warnings by law firms that always blare during radio and television commercials about the link between testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) and cardiovascular disease. An official-sounding voice informs you that: “If you or a loved one used a prescription testosterone patch, cream, gel, deodorant or spray and suffered a heart attack, pulmonary embolism, blood clot, stroke or died, you might be entitled to monetary damages. Recent medical studies have concluded that men who used testosterone supplements were much more likely to suffer a heart attack, stroke, blood clot, or die than men who didn't take testosterone. Also,...

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Did You Know? Recent Studies Have Confirmed the Link Between Low Testosterone (“Low-T”) and Depression.

Unhappy senior man 300x208Did you know? Recent studies have confirmed the link between low testosterone (“Low-T”) and depression. Did you know that clinical depression has been shown to have a direct relationship to low testosterone (“Low-T”)? Older men are at especially high risk for depression. Older men also usually experience a dramatic decline in their testosterone levels. Coincidence? Perhaps. But perhaps not. But it is not only older men who are at risk for depression. Men of all ages who have Low-T are also more apt to be depressed. Which Came First: the Chicken or the Egg? The connection between low testosterone and...

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Did you know: Lifestyle plays a huge role in testosterone levels

young beautiful HGH nurse  300x193Did You Know: Lifestyle Plays a Huge Role in Testosterone Levels A recent study published in the journal Clinical Endocrinology has concluded that the lifestyles of middle-aged men play a crucial role in their testosterone levels. “Age, BMI, sociodemographic and lifestyle factors, and prevalent medical conditions show independent and combined influences on sex hormone levels in a large population-based sample of community-dwelling men,’ stated Bu B. Yeap, Ph.D., professor of medicine at the University of Western Australia. He added that “Given the magnitude of their associations, these factors should be considered for potential interventions when interpreting sex hormone results.” In...

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Ghrelin, Hunger, and Memory

HGH female doctor with colleague at hospital  300x200The human body is composed of various systems which work together to promote normal and healthy function. We tend to talk about these systems as independent, but in reality, they are intricately interconnected. A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Southern California shows how the digestive system interacts with cognitive function in the specific area of memory. What Is Ghrelin and What Does It Do? Ghrelin is an essential digestive hormone associated with hunger. The stomach primarily produces ghrelin as a means to trigger the sensation of hunger. The hormone also modulates metabolism. In addition to inducing...

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Ghrelin and Leptin – The Hunger Hormones and How they Affect Your Life

Ghrelin Blue Image 300x200Most people don't think too hard about how hunger works. Both hunger and fullness are controlled by hormones. Two of the primary hormones associated with digestive desire are Ghrelin and Leptin. Ghrelin is the hormone responsible for hunger—it encourages you to eat. It's also associated with body fat. Leptin is produced by fat cells and triggers the cessation of appetite. Leptin is very important because it makes you feel full. Much like insulin, however, individuals that are overweight or obese tend to become increasingly resistant to the hormone. The more body fat that your body carries, the more Leptin that...

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Kentucky HGH Clinics

Kentucky Derby 300x166Kentucky The pageantry of the Kentucky Derby...the home of the “Louisville Slugger” baseball bat...natural springs...awe-inspiring caves...the famous Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington...the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln...unique karst geology...the Daniel Boone National Forest...eloquent caves...natural springs, and a rich, fascinating array of geography and cultural history...the “Bluegrass State” has something for everyone. Let’s take a look at a few of the attractions of Kentucky: The Kentucky Derby. The first Saturday of May is known world-wide as “Kentucky Derby Day” and is the first leg of the prestigious Triple Crown of horse racing. Held at Churchill Downs a stone’s throw from Louisville, the...

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Testosterone: The Master Protector

HGH Doc with beard 200x300Testosterone: The Master Protector Keep reading and discover how testosterone’s many benefits just keep on coming! The benefits of testosterone are well-known: increased strength and muscle mass; surging energy levels; lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, deeper, more restorative sleep, and sharpened mental function. But There are Other, Lesser-Known Benefits of Testosterone That’s right. Did you know: Testosterone can help men who are suffering from osteoporosis. Testosterone may protect men from Asthma attacks. Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is both efficient and safe if done correctly under medical supervision. Testosterone has been linked to lowering cholesterol and insulin levels. Let’s take...

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Think women don’t need testosterone? Think again!

Woman doctor with stethescope poiting to the side 236x300Think women don’t need testosterone? Think again! Keep reading and discover what this vital hormone can do for women. Testosterone...the so-called “male hormone.” The hormone that causes a man’s libido to skyrocket...his muscles to grow...his energy levels to explode...his appetite for risk-taking...his aggression...and many other masculine traits. So testosterone is only for men, right? Wrong. Absolutely, totally, 100% wrong. Here’s a little-known secret: women need testosterone as well. Did you know that women are born with testosterone? And testosterone levels plunge in women as well as men? Fact: the vast majority of older women experience a decline in testosterone. Studies...

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Did You Know: Low Testosterone Levels Can Predict Metabolic Syndrome

HGH Doc in library 300x200Did you know: Low Testosterone levels can predict Metabolic Syndrome Testosterone protects against Multiple Sclerosis Testosterone may protect men from autoimmune disease Testosterone Therapy may reduce men’s risk of Prostate Cancer Keep reading and discover the many exciting and little-known benefits of this miraculous hormone Testosterone. The male hormone responsible for muscles, manhood, and chest hair. This potent hormone is also behind the male sex drive, risk-taking, courage, aggression, and a broad range of definitive masculine characteristics, both good and bad, depending on circumstances. But Testosterone Also Plays a Critical Role in Maintaining Men’s Health That’s correct. A recent study...

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Connecticut HGH Clinics

Mark Twain House and Museum 300x203Connecticut    As one of the original thirteen colonies, Connecticut is a state overflowing with a rich history and a broad range of influences. From the early Dutch and the English who arrived from Plymouth, Massachusetts to the educational influence of Yale University in New Haven and Native American culture, Connecticut is indeed a unique blend of cultures and history. With the state anthem of “Yankee Doodle” and a state motto of “Qui transtulit sustinet” that is Latin for “He who transplanted still sustains”, Connecticut cannot help being a fascinating place. Let’s take a look at the “must-see” locations in...

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Phosphatidylserine

PS chemical makeupPhosphatidylserine If you're interested in boosting your ability to learn...developing razor-sharp memorizing skills...dramatically increasing your capacity for learning and retaining new information...and adding a new weapon to your stress-busting arsenal...then it's time you learn about phosphatidylserine (PS). PS is an essential fatty acid that our bodies produce in limited amounts.     Phosphatidylserine is in the family of fats called phospholipids and is a significant component of cell walls. PS helps them repair and maintain cells and improves their ability to communicate with each other.    Aging is associated with cognitive decline, as it is with so many other conditions. Typically, the...

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Modafinil: Is it the Real-Life NZT-48?

Encyco 300x180Here's What You Need to Know About This Fascinating Nootropic In the movie Limitless, a struggling writer who just couldn't seem to organize his thoughts tried a pill called NZT-48. In a remarkably short period, he developed the ability to finish his novel in just three days, in spite of the fact that before taking the substance, he had been struggling for months to get a single page completed. But that's not all. He suddenly found that his mind had expanded to seemingly unimaginable heights. He had turned into a walking, talking encyclopedia of obscure facts and figures, and possessed...

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The Calming Benefits of L-Theanine

meditation1 300x156Zen masters are known for their tranquility and seem to possess a unique blend of relaxation and alertness. Their monastic lifestyle, combined with decades of daily meditation undoubtedly explains much of how they have attained their calm, well-balanced mindset. But there is another overlooked factor: they consume large quantities of green tea, and one of the main ingredients in green tea is L-Theanine. What is L-Theanine? L-Theanine is an amino acid that is present in the tea plant and some mushrooms. The “L” is a scientific notation of its structure. Its makeup is related to L-Tryptophan, which is another amino...

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All About Aniracetam a Beneficial Racetam Nootropic

left brain right brainAniracetam Aniracetam without choline -- a nootropic prescription drug -- is a popular cognitive enhancer that many people find useful in becoming more creative, solving problems, and allowing both sides of their brain to work together. Specifically, Aniracetam has been shown to have the ability to: Heighten ability to learn and remember Sharpen perception Introduce a calming effect, and combat stress Quicken reflexes Improve Mood Dramatically increase verbal fluency Reduce Brain Fog Aniracetam was developed in the 1970s by Hoffman-LaRoche, a company involved in the research, development, and manufacture of medicines, diagnostics, and vitamins. Aniracetam was first introduced as a nootropic in...

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Take Your Brainpower to the Next Level with Noopept

sitting 300x169No question about it. More and more people are interested in boosting their brainpower through the use of nootropics, or “smart pills” or “cognitive enhancers.” From students faced with the need to cram for an exam, aging baby boomers concerned about increasing “senior moments,” to overworked and highly stressed employees and business owners, our “24/7 connected” society continues to demand more and more from us...and we seem to have less and less time. Therefore, We Need to Work Smarter Working more intelligent does, of course, mean much more than merely taking a pill or supplement. Correct nutrition, sufficient rest, adequate...

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DMAE: A Safe Way to Boost Your Brainpower

confused elderly person 300x200DMAE Do you feel that you have lost some of your mental focus? Do you have more trouble concentrating than when you were younger? Are so-called “senior moments” happening more often? If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, join the crowd. As the baby boom generation enters their senior years, a grim reality emerges: they ain't what they used to be. Tasks that used to be routine are gradually becoming more challenging. These senior moments can lead to feelings of frustration...despair...and fear. Yes, fear. Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia are the most feared afflictions of older...

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Piracetam: The “Granddaddy” of all Smart Drugs

220px PiracetamDeveloped in the late 1960s, Piracetam was the first compound that was classified as a nootropic drug and is the most well-known of the cognitive enhancers. Piracetam was the first racetam to be synthesized and is the chemical from which the word “nootropic” was born. Piracetam was first used in Belgium in the late 1960s, where it was tested in clinical studies. The former Soviet Union was also deeply involved with Piracetam and conducted several studies of their own. Piracetam is perhaps the most famous of the so-called “smart drugs” for a few reasons. First, it works. Users report enhanced...

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Did you know Saunas may increase growth hormone?

Native American Sweat Lodge 300x195Did you know… Saunas may increase growth hormone? The benefits of sauna use have long been well-known – and have been known for centuries. Around 2,000 years ago the Greek physician Parmenides stated that: “Give me a chance to create fever and I will cure any disease.” Sauna bathing is a form of whole-body heat therapy and has been used since time immemorial in Roman baths, Native American sweat lodges, Turkish baths, Russian banyas, and similarly in Japan with hot water tubs and more recently saunas. All of these cultures have used this type of heat therapy to boost their...

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Improve Cognitive Function in Centenarians With L-Carnitine

Seniors taking break after exercise 300x201L-Carnitine reduces physical and mental fatigue and also improves cognitive function in centenarians. A report published in the December 2007 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition described the results of a study conducted by Italian researchers which found a positive effect for L-carnitine (levocarnitine) on energy levels and cognitive function in individuals 100 years of age and older. The age-related decline in L-carnitine, which plays a role in cellular energy metabolism, could be involved in the fatigue experienced by many older individuals. Twenty-four men and forty-six women aged 100 to 106 who reported experiencing fatigue after even slight...

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A Beginners Guide To Nootropics And So-Called “Smart Drugs”

nootropic illustration of brains and brawn 266x300An Introduction to Nootropics The word Nootropics is from the Greek words nous, or "mind," and trepein meaning "to bend/turn." Nootropics are also referred to as smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuroenhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers.  Nootropics are drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and certain foods that have shown the potential to improve mental functions such as cognition, memory, intelligence, motivation, attention, and concentration. The term nootropic was invented in 1972 by Corneliu Giurgea, a Romanian psychologist, and chemist. According to Giurgea, nootropic substances should have the following characteristics:   1. They should enhance learning and memory.  2. They should improve the...

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The Many Brain Benefits of Beet Juice

brain 1 300x240Beet juice has long been known to deliver several significant health benefits: an increase in stamina, better circulation, lower blood pressure, and assisting the liver in its many vital functions. But there is still another advantage from beet juice: brain health. These significant health benefits make a convincing case for drinking beet juice on a regular basis...even though it's not something many people are in the habit of drinking regularly. Get Smarter with Beets The findings on brain health come from Wake Forest University and were reported in Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry. It was already known that beets have...

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The Benefits of Centrophenoxine

centrophenoxine chemical chartCentrophenoxine Centrophenoxine (CPX) is a drug used to treat the symptoms of senile dementia and Alzheimer's disease. It was one of the first nootropics. Developed in the 1950s, it was designed to help combat mental problems. However, CPX has also been shown to have several additional benefits. CPX can: Increase intelligence and improve the brain's ability to solve problems, make logical decisions and understand language Help the brain retain long-term memory Boost mental alertness Improve mood and develop a positive mental outlook Have potential life extension and anti-aging effects Act as an antioxidant, destroying harmful free radicals and other toxins...

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A New Look at Stress…it is Not Always as Bad as it Seems

stressed woman 300x218You hear the same mantra, over and over again, almost daily and seemingly from everywhere. Stress kills. We're chronically overstressed. We must deal with and reduce stress. It's true that excessive pressure causes a plethora of problems that are harmful to both our mind and body. And it's also true that in today's 24/7 connected, rapidly changing, shrinking, crisis-filled world, we are subjected to a constant bombardment of “stressors” (circumstances that are stressful). Also, there has never been a time in recorded history where stress just seems to be increasing, at a maddening pace, without a break. However, remember this:...

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Everything You Need to Know About Clomiphene

shutterstock_109530050 300x206Clomiphene (also known as Clomid) was first used in the 1960s for women suffering from abnormal ovulation. Later, it was approved for women who were unable to ovulate. In 1989, clomiphene was discovered to ascertain fertility in females. How? Women who were capable of pregnancy would gain bone mineral density while using the drug. Women who were unable to conceive and bear children did not experience the same increase in bone mineral density. But Clomiphene Does Not Just Help Women Incredibly, clomiphene has proven to be helpful to men that are suffering from low levels of testosterone (“Low-T”). Hyperstimulation is...

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