1. Why you're losing muscle right now

    Low testosterone causes muscle to wither

    Gents, I've been warning you for years now that the risks of low testosterone go far beyond a gun with no ammo -- and one new study after another is backing me up.

    The latest: Researchers have confirmed that seniors missing out on this critical hormone lose their muscle even faster than they lose their sex drive.

    The study of 1,200 seniors found that men with the lowest levels had stick-figure arms and legs that were practically useless and no strength left in their grip.

    Wave goodbye to that firm handshake... assuming you can still raise your arm.

    These seniors even had trouble with the simplest of all activities, like standing up from a chair. I can't think of anything feebler than that, but believe it or not this gets even worse: Men with missing muscle mass are more likely to suffer from potentially crippling falls.

    Now, I'm not saying you need bulging muscles like Popeye, especially in your senior years. But if you're starting to look more like Olive Oyl, you stand to lose a lot more than your manly strength -- because new research confirms yet another of my long-held beliefs: Testosterone is critical to cardiovascular health.

    As I told you last month, men who suffer from low testosterone are a third more likely to suffer a heart attack and up to 50 percent more likely to experience a stroke.

    Don't assume you're safe if you haven't had problems with your heart, muscles or erections yet -- because the loss of testosterone is so gradual most men don't even notice it.

    Not at first anyway.

    Then, one day, nothing seems to work right anymore -- and your butt is glued to your chair.

    Don't wait for that to happen. Use whatever strength you have left to get out of that chair and off to the doctor, even if you need someone to carry you there.

    Have him check your testosterone levels and top you off, and watch those muscles start to come back -- along with your energy, vitality and a little something-something "down there."

    Younger men, you're up next. Keep reading for the latest threat to your manhood.

  2. Painkillers linked to erection problems

    You don't have to be a sissy to hit the pain pills every day -- but the side effects can turn you into one.

    A new study confirms that men who use painkillers the most have a higher risk of erection problems.

    And if that's not motivation to get off the pills and find the REAL cause of your pain, I don't know what is.

    Researchers examined data on 80,966 men, and found that those who regularly used NSAIDs -- and that covers everything from Advil to aspirin -- had up to a 38 percent higher risk of erectile dysfunction than men who didn't.

    Hey, that's actually the good news -- a 2006 study found those painkillers could actually double the risk of penis problems.

    The researchers behind the new study in the Journal of Urology are absolutely floored by their "discovery."

    They claim erection problems are caused by inflammation... so an anti-inflammatory should help, right?


    As I've been telling you for years, erection problems are caused by hormonal deficiencies -- specifically low testosterone.

    No need to pretend it's not happening to you -- I know the deal, and it's nothing to be ashamed of.

    ALL men lose testosterone as they age, and if you want to make sure your sex life remains solid as a rock, you need to get those levels up.

    Speak to a naturopathic physician about a testosterone boost... or manage your own levels with the secret supplement I've been telling you about, an extract made from the seed from the ram's horn clover.

  3. Taking a second look at nutrition labels

    A new study out of Britain reveals that nine out of 10 regular food items produced specifically for kids have incredibly poor nutritional content.
  4. Viagra for jet lag?

    Argentinean researchers are suggesting Viagra could now alleviate jet lag.

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