An All Natural Way of Increasing Your Sex Drive… (And The ONE Thing Most Men Ignore…)
Peanut butter and jelly.
Bacon and eggs.
Bread and butter.
Some things just go perfectly together. You almost can’t have one without the other…
Like testosterone and…
Can’t finish that, can you?
Sure, you know you need testosterone.
But that’s just half the story.
Today we’re going to talk about exactly what Testosterone can do… and if you need more of it.
We’re also going to talk about what it CAN’T do… and what you also need more of, along with the testosterone…
Read on to find out what that crucial missing something is, and how to get it — safely and naturally:
First Up: Testosterone
There’s no getting around it: Testosterone is a big deal.
Testosterone is what made your voice deeper and your package bigger.
It helped you grow facial and body hair.
It continues to grow your muscles and fuel your sex drive.
And, according to doctors, most men gradually begin to lose testosterone after age 30.
Studies have found that for the past 2 decades, the testosterone levels of American men have been declining in men of all ages.
In fact, you probably don’t even need to visit a doctor to determine if your testosterone levels have dipped. There’s a quick 10 question test, called the ADAM test ( the Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male), and a yes to any three questions, or to just one of the following, is a strong indicator of low testosterone:
1 – Do you have a decrease in libido?
2 – Are your erections less strong?
If you suspect you may be experiencing a loss in testosterone, it’s worth bringing up with your doctor.
Because as most guys know, there are a lot of benefits to raising you “T” levels…
The Benefits of Higher “T”
There are both sexual and non-sexual benefits to having higher testosterone levels, but as you can see, they’re pretty mingled together. One almost always impacts the other. Here are the 4 biggest health benefits of raising your testosterone levels:
1) Reduce the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes AND Erectile Dysfunction
The University of Cambridge conducted a study with over 425,000 participants. This is the largest study to date on the genetic regulation of sex hormones.
Among men with high testosterone levels, the risk of type 2 diabetes reduced by 14％. (Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.)
Reducing the risk of diabetes can also be critical to your sex life…
Erectile dysfunction is highly common among men who have type 2 diabetes. It can even kill your sex drive, as many men who have type 2 diabetes have a low libido.
2) Testosterone Can Combat Alzheimer’s Disease
Type 2 diabetes isn’t the only disease where testosterone plays a part. Another study found that low testosterone was linked to a higher risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease.
The research on testosterone being used to maintain cognitive ability has been very promising.
In one research study, testosterone was given to mice with Alzheimer’s disease. It slowed the progression of Alzheimer’s, and scientists believe this can help prevent it in humans.
Get your testosterone up to maintain your memory and remember these secrets that’ll get you in bed with a woman, fast…
3) Increase Muscle Mass AND Your Chances of Getting Laid
It’s been proven that testosterone can decrease your fat mass and increase the size and strength of your muscles.
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In other words, don’t skip leg day…
Obese men were found to be the lowest rated body type when it came to what women found sexually attractive.
4) Testosterone Increases Dominance (Yes, She Wants You to Drag Her to the Bedroom)
Women love dominant men. Men who are go-getters and take control in life.
Research has shown that women prefer traits that indicate a man is dominant, such as strength and masculine facial features.
Also, studies show that men with higher testosterone typically work harder to pursue social status and strive more to be successful in life.
Testosterone will give you the dominance you need to dominate in the boardroom and the bedroom…
So, What Can You Do?
If your testosterone is lower than it should be, a doctor can help you choose a treatment plan.
Some methods available for boosting testosterone include injections, patches, creams, and gels. The patches, creams, and gels deliver testosterone to your body through your skin. The injections put it directly into your bloodstream.
There are risks with these methods. Rashes and itching can result from testosterone replacement therapy. It has also been found that these treatments can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke.
However, there are also natural ways to boost testosterone…
Getting regular exercise and 8 hours of sleep a night should be at the top of your list. Eating quality protein sources and fresh veggies can also help balance things out.
Why Testosterone IS NOT Enough…
First, a little bit of science: 95% of testosterone is made in the testicles. It’s actually made of cholesterol, and while you don’t want too much cholesterol… maybe have a few eggs in the morning…
But it doesn’t stay in the testicles alone. Testosterone needs to get everywhere in your body, to be used. And it’s transported to all the target tissue via the blood stream.
I’m going to repeat that: it’s transported throughout your body to target tissue (ahem, your penis), through your blood stream.
And that’s how we get to the very important second half of our equation. Why testosterone alone is not enough. You also need…
Here’s Something NO ONE Will Tell You About Testosterone Though…
It doesn’t matter if your “T” levels are a combination of Chuck Norris, Arnold, and Jean-Claude Van-Damme — if your bloodflow is bad!
The testosterone isn’t going to get where it needs to go to get any of the great benefits you just read about.
Think about it this way: if a fleet of trucks are carrying supplies to a city, but it’s stuck in traffic…
That truck might as well not exist.
Aging blood vessels lose their elasticity, and that causes a reduction in bloodflow. This happens to 80% of people as they age.
(So… 80% of our trucks are stuck in traffic… yikes!)
This can lead to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease… and you guessed it, the inability to have (and keep) a rock hard erection…
And because bloodflow decreases with age, lots of men mistake “low bloodflow” for “low testosterone levels.”
So while you’re treating and enhancing your “T” levels, what are you doing about bloodflow?
Well, the most popular prescription erection enhancers increase bloodflow…
But how can you increase your bloodflow in a safe and natural way?
Each one is kinda rare… but it’s proven to increase bloodflow…
This means not only that your body can use its testosterone more effectively…
but also that you’ll see a nice little boost “down there” and in the bedroom too.
Personally… I’ve also felt a WILD boost in my sex drive after eating these vegetables…
Not to toot my own horn… but me and the lady go at it like 2 or 3 times a day…
(She LOVES it, it makes her feel sexy, wanted, and loved.)