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Male Designer and Model Discusses Pros and Cons of Early Testosterone Therapy


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on October 4th, 2022

While Testosterone Therapy can provide excellent benefits to men struggling with the effects of Low-T, you should take the time to consider whether you're ready for Testosterone. Some men decide to start taking Testosterone at a younger age, while others put off Bio-Identical Testosterone until it's the last available option to restore Hormone Balance. The downsides of starting Testosterone early aren't devastating, but there are a few reasons why you may want to hold off for a few years. Model Talks Ins and Outs of Testosterone Weston Bouchard is a model, photographer, and fashion designer that lives in California. He's … Continue reading


Another Way Our Clinic Can Save You


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 28th, 2022

our hormone clinic will save you headache 200x300The physicians at our clinic are board-certified specialists in hormone replacement therapy – and that’s as good as it gets. Getting your HGH treatment and prescription from lesser sources can be dangerous for your health, and even your life. Why is that? Some online peddlers source their HGH from illegal foreign sources (we never do that; all our prescriptions are for US-sourced, 100% legal, 100% safety-standards-compliant HGH and other products). These illegal sources have no known quality control of regulations to comply with – and in many cases are cut with unknown or dangerous substances, and in other cases do … Continue reading


Recent Study Concludes: Testosterone Promotes Cuddling as well as Aggression


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on September 28th, 2022

Testosterone sign image 300x200Recent Study Concludes: Testosterone Promotes Cuddling as well as Aggression    The word Testosterone conjures up several cliches: It causes aggression..makes men mean and edgy...testosterone-induced rampage...huge, artificially-inflated muscles...road rage fueled by a driver who was a testosterone-loaded maniac...turns men into psycho-sexual maniacs...rabid Tasmanian Devils...produces hard-core, battle-ready, prepared-to-die fearless warriors...these are merely a few of the many misconceptions concerning the “manly hormone.”. The reality of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is that the above description of men and testosterone are grotesque caricatures. TRT can alleviate the symptoms of older men with low testosterone levels (“Low-T”). For most men, TRT can deliver an … Continue reading


Just Limited Exposure to New Anti-Aging Treatment Has Same Effect as Lifelong Treatments


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 21st, 2022

new hormone deficiency treatment is fast acting 205x300Nobody wants to get older and feel old: chronic fatigue, achy bones, weak muscles...literally, no one. Scientists and researchers know this and have been searching for an easy answer to this age-old problem (no pun intended). There’s the natural method of no smoking or alcohol, limited meat consumption, regular exercise, and healthy nutrition. But as we age, it becomes painfully apparent that this helpful approach is not enough to halt and eventually reverse aging. There is also hormone replacement therapy (HRT), with human growth hormone (HGH) and testosterone, well-known for their anti-aging benefits. A new treatment on the market today … Continue reading


Can You Believe That Testosterone Actually Promotes Cuddling?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 16th, 2022

testosterone can promote cuddling in men 300x200It’s definitely bizarre to think about. Testosterone is the hormone that promotes aggression and extreme masculinity, right? Partly. It’s more like...testosterone helps males to quickly adapt and switch their behaviors between prosocial and antisocial depending on the scenario they find themselves in, according to recent scientific research on the sex hormone and behavior. The findings were published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B journal and conducted by researchers at Emory University. They concluded that testosterone, the male sex hormone, can cause men to be more sociable and more friendly toward others. Aubrey Kelly, one of the authors, says, … Continue reading


HGH testimonial – They Thought I Was Dead. I Actually Had Low HGH!


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 15th, 2022

hgh deficiency makes you feel like death 300x187My name is Dan. And I’m not kidding. I was suffering from adult-onset HGH (human growth hormone) deficiency, although I didn’t know it at the time. And they all quite literally thought I was dead. Who were “they”? -- you might ask. My friends. The crowd I used to hang out with. They thought I was actually dead. Here’s how it happened. I was just 35 years old. Felt as young as can be. Had plenty of energy. I often hung out with my friends and partied like you wouldn’t believe. Dancing. Beach parties. Swimming. Went on hikes. A bit … Continue reading


Healthy Sex Hormone Levels Protect the Rotator Cuff


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on September 9th, 2022

woman 2616801_960_720 300x169Men and women rely on healthy Sex Hormone Balance to maintain wellness and prevent illness. Testosterone Deficiency and Estrogen Imbalance can affect the human body in surprising ways. Hormones are critical chemical messengers that keep the body operating in organic synchronicity. We're really just beginning to understand the intricate manners by which these hormones influence the daily operations of the human body. One study from The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery explores the effects of Sex Hormone Imbalance on the proper function of the rotator cuff. In this study, Dr. Peter Chalmers and his associates found that a man … Continue reading


Kyzatrex Achieves FDA Approval—A Brand New Oral Testosterone Treatment


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on September 9th, 2022

pill 1884777_960_720 300x180Recent years have brought about rapid enhancements in the science of Low-T and Testosterone Therapy. Not long ago, Oral Testosterone simply wasn't a viable option for patients. The original form of Testosterone Pill was too dangerous and damaging to the liver. That's why Testosterone Injections quickly came to the forefront of quality care. In the 1990s, Testosterone Patches and Gels became more widely available, giving patients more control over their Low-T Treatment. Still, there was no safe pill available for prescription. After decades without a quality Oral Testosterone option on the market, this year has brought three new Testosterone Pills … Continue reading


Hormone Imbalance May Impact Weight More Than Caloric Intake


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on September 9th, 2022

For all our lives, most people have lived under the assumption that dieting is just a simple addition/subtraction problem. If you want to lose weight, simply eat fewer calories than your body burns in a day! A combination of eating less and working out more is the classic combination for dieting. As nutrition science advances, however, we're learning that our past assumptions on dieting are vastly oversimplified. Our Understanding of Diet and Nutrition Has Evolved Over Time The modern science of dieting and weight loss begins sometime around the early 20th century. Scientists got a handle on the number of … Continue reading


7 Surprising Things That Mess With Your Hormones


Written by Jessica Mendez, Updated on September 5th, 2022

7 Surprising Things That Mess With Your Hormones1 300x200Admit it: if you feel out of sorts but can't put your finger on it, you probably blame your hormones. To make matters more bizarre, you're probably right. Our hunger, weight, libido, menstrual cycles, and everything else in life are all governed by the constant hum of chemical messages inside the body. However, hormonal quirks aren't entirely out of your hands. The effects of hormones on your body can be devastating if you engage in actions that cause them to spike or drop. Here are the surprising things that mess with your hormones. Candy Most of us have a sweet … Continue reading


Running and Getting Nowhere


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on August 25th, 2022

HGH testimonial experience male health 300x200My name is Stan. I’m 57. I’m a scientist. My day job is materials testing for a government contractor that makes electronic assemblies for military vehicles. I take the scientific mindset – fact-aware, data-driven decision-making – into all areas of my life. It’s a part of my personality, I guess. I believe in taking care of my body. After all, it’s the only one I’ll ever have. I eat right – natural foods, even if they are more expensive. I avoid drugs if at all possible. And I exercise. Most of that exercise is running. Running is almost a spiritual … Continue reading


How to Heal Your Body After Overcoming Addiction


Written by Jessica Mendez, Updated on August 25th, 2022

How to Heal Your Body After Overcoming Addiction 3 300x200How to Heal Your Body After Overcoming Addiction It takes time and effort to recover from the consequences of addiction. It involves more than just getting harmful substances out of your system. Ultimately, it involves laying a solid foundation for a better way of life and the good habits that go along with it. If you suffer from addiction, you're most likely well aware of the harm that drug use causes to the body. Moreover, you probably grew accustomed to experiencing fatigue, sickness, and drowsiness as an active addict and viewed it as a normal part of life. However, did … Continue reading


Suppressing Hormones Can Improve Success Rate of Melanoma Treatment


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on August 7th, 2022

blocking testosterone increases melanoma treatment success rate 300x200Unfortunately, cancer is still on the rise in the United States these days. Skin cancer is the 5th most common cancer in the US, with melanoma being the worst. The success rate for melanoma treatment is different between men and women and it appears that the reason could be due to hormones. Oncologist Miles Andrews co-led some breakthrough research that seems to uncover the difference in treatment outcomes. Blocking Hormones Leads to Better Treatment Outcomes Dr. Miles Andrews and his research team seem to have found something very interesting. Even though we believe that ensuring you have adequate levels of … Continue reading


Pistachios: You’re Not Nuts


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on August 3rd, 2022

pistachios are a health food 300x200A lot of people think that pistachios are a kind of nut. But they’re not nuts. They’re actually the seeds of the pistachio tree. And, as you probably already know, boy are they yummy! But it’s not only your palate that benefits when you eat pistachios – your health can benefit too. Here are some of the health benefits of eating pistachios. • Studies have shown that eating pistachios can actually increase the healthy ability of your blood vessels to move and flex. • Eating pistachios can lower the amount of sugar in the human bloodstream. • Eating pistachios can … Continue reading


BPC-157: A Potent Peptide Therapy for Men’s Hormone Health


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 31st, 2022

bpc 157 peptide therapy accelerates injury healing 300x211If you’re an athlete and have injured yourself in the middle of the season or before the season starts, it’s mental anguish to get through the healing process and get back into the game. The waiting game is no fun at all. Sure, you can keep going with your physical therapy and ice packs, but what if there was something that could speed up the process – and keep your mood positive in the meantime? Looking forward to being optimistic and happy about getting back into the game relatively quickly. There actually is something for that. It’s called BPC-157. BPC-157 … Continue reading


Tlando Low-T Treatment – A Safe and Effective Pill for Testosterone Deficiency


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on July 26th, 2022

testosterone medications 257336_960_720 300x198Low-T is a massive burden on men's health. Testosterone Deficiency is also often under-diagnosed or otherwise left untreated. There are lots of reasons why men don't get help for Hypogonadism. Some are scared about going to the doctor. Others don't even realize their symptoms are caused by Low Testosterone Levels. There are also many men who think the risks may outweigh the benefits or just resign themselves to the misery-inspiring symptoms of the condition. As clinical experience with Bio-Identical Testosterone continues to build, HRT Protocols for Low-T have improved. With proper screening and follow-up, evidence shows that Testosterone Therapy has … Continue reading


The Power of Testosterone—Improving Memory in Diabetics


Written by Professor Kean, Updated on July 26th, 2022

dementia 3051832_960_720 300x156Endocrinology is one of the most exciting areas of medical research today. Our bodies use hormones to relay signals throughout the body and promote physiological homeostasis. While we know a lot about how various hormones work, there is still so much to learn. Take Testosterone, for example. Most folks realize that Testosterone is intimately involved in sexual function and masculinity. They also know that guys with Low-T often lose muscle mass, strength, and energy. While these contributions to wellness and function are important, they really just scratch the surface of how Testosterone impacts human form and function. Testosterone is also … Continue reading


Tesamorelin Testimonial by Vincent “Coach Vinny” Jones


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on July 21st, 2022

I'm a retired high school history teacher, and was an after-school soccer and wrestling coach. I worked for 29 years on and off in the public school system. When I was first diagnosed with hypothyroidism more than 2 years ago, my primary care doctor recommended I take synthetic thyroid hormone to help correct the imbalance. When I tried that, I felt worse than ever. I tried a bunch of different medications, and they didn’t work. I finally went to an endocrinologist, and he suggested a new treatment called tesamorelin. I took it for a year and a half up till … Continue reading


The Biological Function Of HGH Human Growth Hormone


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on July 10th, 2022

In this video, we explore the functions of growth hormone and how it is released. … Continue reading


Night Sweats are an Important Indicator of Hormone Imbalance


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 8th, 2022

night sweats indicate hormone imbalance 300x200Sweating in general is a way that the body regulates temperature, specifically by reducing body temperature. When exercising vigorously or walking outside in the blazing sun, excessive sweat is to be expected for most people (except for those lucky ones who never seem to never break a sweat!). However, waking up in the middle night, while lying still in bed, and breaking out in excessive sweat is not normal. We can define night sweats as sweating in excess of what is required by the body to properly regulate the body temperature. Underlying Health Issues May Be Cause of Night Sweats … Continue reading

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