Give yourself a lift with testosterone shots
You want to know what separates the boys from the girls? It's testosterone -- and our national strategic reserves of this critical "manly hormone" are running lower than ever.
This shortage has led to a generation of wimpy, weepy, girlie-men -- and, let's face facts here, most of these "ladettes" are probably perfectly happy prancing around because they never knew what it was like to be a real man in the first place.
Well, ignorance is bliss -- for them.
For REAL men, however, the libido problems that accompany even normal dips in testosterone can be the ultimate humiliation -- but you don't have to sit there and let nature take her toll.
You can get your mojo back and improve your overall health at the same time -- and all you need is a boost in the very same testosterone that's been leaking out of you.
In one new study of men with low testosterone, 64 percent suffered from libido problems at the start -- but after a series of five hormone injections, that number plunged to just 10 percent.
With success like that, it's easy to see why these men also enjoyed big-time improvements in mood, too. I bet you couldn't wipe the smiles off their faces!
And if that's not enough, they also had significant boosts in overall fitness levels as well as the ability to concentrate -- and even shaved an average of an inch off the old waistline.
The new study was on men who were clinically deficient in testosterone, but the researchers believe they'd see similar results in men who are merely on the low side of normal.
Isn't this what I've been saying all along here?
Don't wait for yet another study to prove me right on this, men. If you're past middle age, your testosterone levels are falling each year. It's just a fact of life -- and by the time you reach your golden years, you're literally half the man you used to be.
A naturopathic physician can check your levels and top you off with a series of injections of your own. I suggest one of the experienced members of the American College for Advancement in Medicine.