Supplements and foods that may DECREASE testosterone

Roosh said:
When it comes to maintaining healthy testosterone, there are four areas to focus on:

1. Things that INCREASE testosterone
2. Things that DECREASE testosterone
3. Things that INCREASE estrogenic effects
4. Things that DECREASE estrogenic effects

Most of us here are probably focused on the first area, neglecting the other three.

For six months, I have been adding flax seed to my home-baked bread. Turns out that flax is a stronger phytoestrogen than soy, though a different type. Phytoestrogens seem to confer a lot of health benefits, especially to the cardiovascular system, but it is still classified as an endocrine disruptor that mimics the activity of estrogen (though does not increase estrogen levels directly). The image I have of a man who consumes a lot of phytoestrogens is a Japanese man who eats mostly vegetables and lives to 100, though is not my ideal of masculinity.

I also have been drinking beer more lately, which has phytoestrogens in the hops.

Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, kale, and brussel sprouts, have phytochemicals that block estrogen production. In addition, I have read that fish oil supplementation may have a negative outcome for testosterone.

There isn't a lot of data on what individual foods do to testosterone levels, so you may have to experiment on your own.

When it comes to increasing testosterone, one overlooked strategy may be to simply avoid consuming phytoestrogens while consuming estrogen-blocking foods.
Maintaining a healthy diet without micronutrient or macronutrient deficiencies is probably most important, because having any deficiency will kill T levels.

The two other main things that will crash your testosterone harder and faster than anything: Estrogen and cortisol.

My short advice:

1) Avoid Polyunsaturated fats – introduce more saturated fats to improve the ratio and take vitamin E when eating at a restaurant high in PUFA.
2) Avoid Soy products
3) Avoid Parabens/Phthalates, filter your water, and use natural shampoos and soaps...
4) don't put your body through extremely harsh periods of fasting along with bouts of exercise

Anti-cortisol/anti-estrogen supplements: 1) Niacinamide (B3), 2) the Fat solubles (D/K/E/A), 3) magnesium, 4) taurine, 5) Zinc, 6) red light therapy, 7) Caffeine, and 8) Glycine (from collagen).
 
Has anyone researched into how much of an effect these deodorants, shampoo's, soaps, cologne's, etc... actually have on T-levels? I've always been really paranoid about this and thus don't use shampoo and only use Arm and Hammer baking soda deodorant. I've always wanted to use cologne, but if it harms T-levels, its not worth it to me. I've even heard that milk lowers t-levels. I would've thought milk of all things would raise them due to the cows being injected with growth hormone. It seems that everything in the modern world has a negative effect on testosterone. You'd think that women would have even less testosterone and thus be more feminine.
 
heavy deadlifts give a huge T boost.

In addition, I stick to avoiding bodily chemicals. As I got from one of Roosh's articles, baking soda is a superior deodorant and does not have harmful chemical effects.

One thing I started doing was replacing my soap with Dawn dish soap. Being the clean freak that I am, I noticed that all regular bar soaps I tried left a film on my shower. There is no doubt that film is on your body too. Dawn not only removes this film but leaves none of its own. I feel much cleaner, and like the fact, I am not walking around with a film of soap scum on my body.

Yes, Its bro science, but it makes sense to me. If its safe enough for eating surfaces, its safe enough for skin.
 

VNvet

Kingfisher
Good thread. Here are the T lowering things that I avoid. Most of them are foods and supplements, but some are other things that most people don't think about.

  • Plastic (hard to 100% avoid, easier with the global warming stuff though)
  • Fluoride
  • Soy (soy sauce is ok since it's fermented)
  • Anything that has a chemical sounding ingredient.
  • Processed food.
  • GMO food
  • Beer and all alcohol (liquor is ok, but I still avoid alc for other reasons)
  • Tobacco and marijuana.
  • All pharmaceutical drugs and any pill - everything you can buy at CVS.
  • Porn
  • Sitting for extended periods
  • Being near electromagnetic waves (they can't be good for you, there are cancer risks just living near those big power lines in the countryside)
  • TSA body scanners.

You can't avoid everything on the list 100% of the time, but reducing intake of this stuff as much as possible will help.

I also go to the gym, hit the punching bag, and do physical labor outside. Men have T for fighting and work. Not doing that stuff means your body doesn't have a reason to produce T, so make sure to keep doing that stuff. Randomly yelling and punching things like a lunatic is kind of goofy, but it probably tricks your brain into entering high-T fight mode.

Also, don't be fat. That's the biggest thing you can do to raise T.
 
Here is a list of Anti-Androgens that need to be avoided:

Anti-Androgenic Food Chemicals:


Estrogen - from factory farmed meat, eggs, and milk
Xenoestrogens - from soy
Myco-Estrogens - found in grains and Quorn
Goitrogenic Compounds - from soy and kale
Gluten - from grains
Rice Bran - from whole grain rice
Coumestan - from beans and legumes
Polyunsaturated Fat - from soy oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, canola oil and some nuts
Trans Fat - from partially hydrogenated oil used in the cooking of junk food, fast food, canned food, processed food, packed food, and cured meats
Caffeine - from coffee, tea and other caffinated products
Alcohol - both drinking and rubbing alcohol
Mint - from toothpaste, candy, and other mint products
Excitotoxins - added to junk food, fast food, canned food, processed food, and packed food:

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Monopotassium Glutamate
Monoammonium Glutamate
Magnesium Diglutamate
Glycyrrhizin (in licorice)
Aspartame
Sucralose
Neotame
Carrageenan
Alitame
Thaumatin

Anti-Androgenic Chemicals:

BPA - from plastics
Parabens - from hygiene, cosmetic products and sunscreens
Phtalates - from hygiene, cosmetic products, sunscreens and air fresheners
Benzophenones - from suncreens and other cosmetic products
Triclosan - from antibacterial soaps, lotions, and hand sanitizers
Triclocarban - from antibacterial soaps, lotions, and hand sanitizers
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) - from traces of phased out lubricants found in various products especially in seafood and fish oils
Chlorine - from running water and chlorinated swimming pools
Fluoride - from toothpaste
Pesticides - Glyphosate, Vinclozolin, Atrazine, and many many other herbicides, pesticides, and insecticides have been extensively studied for their antiandrogenic effects especially the atrazine used on sugarcane plants because it contaminates the sugar
Chlorpyrifos - found in insect repellants and fumigants

Anti-Androgenic Drugs:

Psychiatric Drugs: antipsychotics and antidepressants
Anti-Inflammatory Steroids
Anabolic Steroids
Non-Steroidal Antiandrogens
GnRH Antagonists: all estrogens, premarin, cetrorelix, and progesterone
Antihypertensive Drugs: central alpha-agonists and beta blockers
Diuretics
Sulfonylurea
Spironolactone
NSAIDs: such as ibuprofen, and paracetamol
Antacid: Cimetidine
Opioids
Antihistamines
Acne Drugs
Cough Relievers
Statins and other anti-cholesterol drugs
Anti-Hair Loss Drugs
Anti-Fungal Drugs: ketoconazole

Anti-Androgenic Supplements:

Soy protein isolate
Licorice
Hemp, flax, and chia seeds
Green tea catechins
Chaste tree (vitex angus)
Reishi mushroom
Fenugreek
Saw palmetto
Bitter melon
White peony
Red clover
ATD (1,4,6-androstatriene-3,17-dione)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Supplements:

Testosterone/DHT Booster:


Sorghum Extract
Suma
Creatine
Butea Superba
Phosphatidylserine
Forskolin
KSM-66 Ashwagandha
Boron Citrate
Bromelain
Royal Jelly
Shilajit
Ginger Root
Horny Goat Weed
D-Aspartic Acid
Garlic Oil
Taurine

DHT Booster:

Glycine

Androgen Receptor Density Multiplier:

L-Carnitine Tartrate
Acetyl-L-Carnitine

Nitric Oxide Booster:

Pycnogenol
L-Citrulline
L-arginine
Ginseng
Quercetin
Coenzyme Q10
Icariin

Cortisol Blocker:

Phosphatidyl Serine
Gingko Biloba
Multivitamin
Antioxidants (Vitamic C, Vitamin E, Gluthatione, Superoxidase Dismutase)
Choline
Phosphorylated Serine (Seriphos Interplexus)
Shizandra Chinensis
Gynostemma
Rhodiola Rosea
Magnesium
L-Theanine
DHEA
7-Keto-DHEA
Cod Liver Oil
Yogurt
Magnolia Officinalis
Golden Root
Holy Basil/Tulsi (Ocimum Tenuiflorum)
Dong Quai
Folic acid
L-Glutamine
Chromium
Relora
Banaba Extract (Lagerstroemia Speciosa)
Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng)

Prolactin Blocker:

Mucuna Pruriens/Velvet Bean/Lacuna Bean/Lyon bean Seed Extract
L-Tyrosine/N-Acetyl-Cysteine/N-Acetyl-Tyrosine
Vitamin B6

Estrogen Blocker:

Indole-3-Carbinol
Betaine
CDP Choline
Calcium-D-Glucarate
Grape Seed Extract
Resveratrol
Tongkat Ali
Chrysin
Arimistane

Sleep Aid:

Melatonin
Valerian Root

Growth Hormone Booster:

Niacin
Glutamine

Anti-inflammatory/Antioxidant:

Curcumin

Electrolytes:

Sodium RDA: 1,500mg
Potassium RDA: 4,700mg

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Here is a list of Nootropic Nutrients:

Phosphatidyl Choline
- increases cholinergic activity for memory and learning
Pumpkin Seed Oil - increases cognitive function
Iodine - the precursor to thyroid hormone, helps maintain cognitive function
Glutamic Acid - enhances memory
Whey Protein - increases brain volume
Glycogen - supplies energy to the brain and is an emergency energy reserve of energy
HDL-Cholesterol - facilitates communication between neurons
DHA - facilitates communication between neurons
EPA - facilitates communication between neurons
Vitamin B's - a building block of the brain
Sodium - provides the ions needed for neurotransmission
Potassium - provides the ions needed for neurotransmission
Testosterone - enhances visual spatial intelligence, motor skills, decision making, working memory, bargaining skills, stress response, and pain regulation
L-Tyrosine/N-Acetyl-Cysteine/N-Acetyl-Tyrosine - enhances visual spatial intelligence, motor skills, working memory, stress response, concentration, and pain regulation

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Here is a list of natural Stimulants that do not have the side effects of coffee:

SAMe
Coenzyme Q10
Phenethylamine
Maca
Deanol

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Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Foods:

Button Mushrooms
- contains aromatase enzyme inhibitors, complex carbohyrates, and fiber
Parsley - contains apigening, complex carbohyrates, and fiber
Potato - contains potassium, complex carbohyrates, and fiber
Organic Egg - contains HDL cholesterol, protein, and has no hormones and no antibiotics
Organic Meat - contains protein, and has no hormones and no antibiotics
Organic Pork Rinds - contains saturated fat and HDL cholesterol
Gelatin - contains glycine
Yogurt - contains probiotics

Optimal Caloric Intake Percentages for Boosting Testosterone:

Fat:
35-40%
Carbohydrates: 30-45%
Protein: w/o workout 20%, w/ workout 25-30%

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Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Exercises:

Power Posing
Deep Breathing
Meditation
High Intensity Interval Cardio Training
Resistance Training
Testosterone Hormonal Optimization Resistance Training
Reverse Pyramid Training
Neuromuscular Training

Warning: avoid endurance training and over-training

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Habits:

Get 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep daily
Cut percent body fat down to 8-12%
Hydration
Cold Shower

Here is a list of Testosterone Reducing Habits:

Viral infections
Calorie deprivation
Muscle strain
Bad posture
Overtraining
Endurance training
Ejaculation
Wearing tight clothing

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of the Benefits of High Testosterone Levels:

Physical Benefits:


Increased Muscle Mass
Increased Muscle Flexibility
Increased Bone Density
Faster Reflexes
Faster Regeneration
Faster Wound Healing
Faster Metabolism
Decreased Inflammation
Stronger Immune System
Lower Blood Pressure
Increased Blood Flow
Stronger Cardiovascular System
Increased Longevity

Cognitive Benefits:

Increased Neuroplasticity
Improved Visual Spatial Intelligence
Improved Motor Skills
Improved Bargaining Skills
Improved Attention Span
Improved Concentration
Improved Decision Making Skills
Improved Learning
Improved Working Memory
Improved Creativity
Improved Impulse Control
Improved Pain Regulation
Reduced Stress Response
Increased Endorphin Production
Increased Blood Flow to the Brain
 
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Batman_

Woodpecker
Here is a list of Anti-Androgens that need to be avoided:

Anti-Androgenic Food Chemicals:


Estrogen - from factory farmed meat, eggs, and milk
Xenoestrogens - from soy
Myco-Estrogens - found in grains and Quorn
Goitrogenic Compounds - from soy and kale
Gluten - from grains
Rice Bran - from whole grain rice
Coumestan - from beans and legumes
Polyunsaturated Fat - from soy oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, canola oil and some nuts
Trans Fat - from partially hydrogenated oil used in the cooking of junk food, fast food, canned food, processed food, packed food, and cured meats
Caffeine - from coffee, tea and other caffinated products
Alcohol - both drinking and rubbing alcohol
Mint - from toothpaste, candy, and other mint products
Excitotoxins - added to junk food, fast food, canned food, processed food, and packed food:

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Monopotassium Glutamate
Monoammonium Glutamate
Magnesium Diglutamate
Glycyrrhizin (in licorice)
Aspartame
Sucralose
Neotame
Carrageenan
Alitame
Thaumatin

Anti-Androgenic Chemicals:

BPA - from plastics
Parabens - from hygiene, cosmetic products and sunscreens
Phtalates - from hygiene, cosmetic products, sunscreens and air fresheners
Benzophenones - from suncreens and other cosmetic products
Triclosan - from antibacterial soaps, lotions, and hand sanitizers
Triclocarban - from antibacterial soaps, lotions, and hand sanitizers
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) - from traces of phased out lubricants found in various products especially in seafood and fish oils
Chlorine - from running water and chlorinated swimming pools
Fluoride - from toothpaste
Pesticides - Glyphosate, Vinclozolin, Atrazine, and many many other herbicides, pesticides, and insecticides have been extensively studied for their antiandrogenic effects especially the atrazine used on sugarcane plants because it contaminates the sugar
Chlorpyrifos - found in insect repellants and fumigants

Anti-Androgenic Drugs:

Psychiatric Drugs: antipsychotics and antidepressants
Anti-Inflammatory Steroids
Anabolic Steroids
Non-Steroidal Antiandrogens
GnRH Antagonists: all estrogens, premarin, cetrorelix, and progesterone
Antihypertensive Drugs: central alpha-agonists and beta blockers
Diuretics
Sulfonylurea
Spironolactone
NSAIDs: such as ibuprofen, and paracetamol
Antacid: Cimetidine
Opioids
Antihistamines
Acne Drugs
Cough Relievers
Statins and other anti-cholesterol drugs
Anti-Hair Loss Drugs
Anti-Fungal Drugs: ketoconazole

Anti-Androgenic Supplements:

Soy protein isolate
Licorice
Hemp, flax, and chia seeds
Green tea catechins
Chaste tree (vitex angus)
Reishi mushroom
Fenugreek
Saw palmetto
Bitter melon
White peony
Red clover
ATD (1,4,6-androstatriene-3,17-dione)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Supplements:

Testosterone/DHT Booster:


Sorghum Extract
Suma
Creatine
Butea Superba
Phosphatidylserine
Forskolin
KSM-66 Ashwagandha
Boron Citrate
Bromelain
Royal Jelly
Shilajit
Ginger Root
Horny Goat Weed
D-Aspartic Acid
Garlic Oil
Taurine

DHT Booster:

Glycine

Androgen Receptor Density Multiplier:

L-Carnitine Tartrate
Acetyl-L-Carnitine

Nitric Oxide Booster:

Pycnogenol
L-Citrulline
L-arginine
Ginseng
Quercetin
Coenzyme Q10
Icariin

Cortisol Blocker:

Phosphatidyl Serine
Gingko Biloba
Multivitamin
Antioxidants (Vitamic C, Vitamin E, Gluthatione, Superoxidase Dismutase)
Choline
Phosphorylated Serine (Seriphos Interplexus)
Shizandra Chinensis
Gynostemma
Rhodiola Rosea
Magnesium
L-Theanine
DHEA
7-Keto-DHEA
Cod Liver Oil
Yogurt
Magnolia Officinalis
Golden Root
Holy Basil/Tulsi (Ocimum Tenuiflorum)
Dong Quai
Folic acid
L-Glutamine
Chromium
Relora
Banaba Extract (Lagerstroemia Speciosa)
Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng)

Prolactin Blocker:

Mucuna Pruriens/Velvet Bean/Lacuna Bean/Lyon bean Seed Extract
L-Tyrosine/N-Acetyl-Cysteine/N-Acetyl-Tyrosine
Vitamin B6

Estrogen Blocker:

Indole-3-Carbinol
Betaine
CDP Choline
Calcium-D-Glucarate
Grape Seed Extract
Resveratrol
Tongkat Ali
Chrysin
Arimistane

Sleep Aid:

Melatonin
Valerian Root

Growth Hormone Booster:

Niacin
Glutamine

Anti-inflammatory/Antioxidant:

Curcumin

Electrolytes:

Sodium RDA: 1,500mg
Potassium RDA: 4,700mg

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Nootropic Nutrients:

Phosphatidyl Choline
- increases cholinergic activity for memory and learning
Pumpkin Seed Oil - increases cognitive function
Iodine - the precursor to thyroid hormone, helps maintain cognitive function
Glutamic Acid - enhances memory
Whey Protein - increases brain volume
Glycogen - supplies energy to the brain and is an emergency energy reserve of energy
HDL-Cholesterol - facilitates communication between neurons
DHA - facilitates communication between neurons
EPA - facilitates communication between neurons
Vitamin B's - a building block of the brain
Sodium - provides the ions needed for neurotransmission
Potassium - provides the ions needed for neurotransmission
Testosterone - enhances visual spatial intelligence, motor skills, decision making, working memory, bargaining skills, stress response, and pain regulation
L-Tyrosine/N-Acetyl-Cysteine/N-Acetyl-Tyrosine - enhances visual spatial intelligence, motor skills, working memory, stress response, concentration, and pain regulation

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of natural Stimulants that do not have the side effects of coffee:

SAMe
Coenzyme Q10
Phenethylamine
Maca
Deanol

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Foods:

Button Mushrooms
- contains aromatase enzyme inhibitors, complex carbohyrates, and fiber
Parsley - contains apigening, complex carbohyrates, and fiber
Potato - contains potassium, complex carbohyrates, and fiber
Organic Egg - contains HDL cholesterol, protein, and has no hormones and no antibiotics
Organic Meat - contains protein, and has no hormones and no antibiotics
Organic Pork Rinds - contains saturated fat and HDL cholesterol
Gelatin - contains glycine
Yogurt - contains probiotics

Optimal Caloric Intake Percentages for Boosting Testosterone:

Fat:
35-40%
Carbohydrates: 30-45%
Protein: w/o workout 20%, w/ workout 25-30%

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Exercises:

Power Posing
Deep Breathing
Meditation
High Intensity Interval Cardio Training
Resistance Training
Testosterone Hormonal Optimization Resistance Training
Reverse Pyramid Training
Neuromuscular Training

Warning: avoid endurance training and over-training

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of Testosterone Boosting Habits:

Get 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep daily
Cut percent body fat down to 8-12%
Hydration
Cold Shower

Here is a list of Testosterone Reducing Habits:

Viral infections
Calorie deprivation
Muscle strain
Bad posture
Overtraining
Endurance training
Ejaculation
Wearing tight clothing

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Here is a list of the Benefits of High Testosterone Levels:

Physical Benefits:


Increased Muscle Mass
Increased Muscle Flexibility
Increased Bone Density
Faster Reflexes
Faster Regeneration
Faster Wound Healing
Faster Metabolism
Decreased Inflammation
Stronger Immune System
Lower Blood Pressure
Increased Blood Flow
Stronger Cardiovascular System
Increased Longevity

Cognitive Benefits:

Increased Neuroplasticity
Improved Visual Spatial Intelligence
Improved Motor Skills
Improved Bargaining Skills
Improved Attention Span
Improved Concentration
Improved Decision Making Skills
Improved Learning
Improved Working Memory
Improved Creativity
Improved Impulse Control
Improved Pain Regulation
Reduced Stress Response
Increased Endorphin Production
Increased Blood Flow to the Brain
And not a single source to be found.
 
And not a single source to be found.
Below are articles that discuss how to avoid anti-androgens in order to avoid a decrease in intelligence:

https://anabolicmen.com/foods-that-decrease-testosterone/
https://anabolicmen.com/testosterone-killers/
https://anabolicmen.com/pesticides-testosterone/
http://www.returnofkings.com/129145/4-common-items-that-are-destroying-your-testosterone-levels
http://www.returnofkings.com/145045/4-common-mistakes-men-make-that-lower-their-testosterone
http://www.returnofkings.com/22295/...tands-the-ongoing-attack-against-testosterone
http://www.returnofkings.com/58507/...rone-does-to-the-male-brain-and-how-to-fix-it
http://www.returnofkings.com/152812/10-ways-that-modern-society-lowers-your-testosterone-levels
http://www.returnofkings.com/128949/3-reasons-why-men-should-avoid-soy-products
http://www.returnofkings.com/130093...esides-soy-that-could-lower-your-testosterone
http://www.returnofkings.com/169359...nol-a-bpa-is-turning-more-than-just-frogs-gay

Below are articles that discuss the benefits that testosterone has on cognitive function:

https://anabolicmen.com/little-known-benefits-of-high-testosterone/
https://umzu.com/pages/testro-x-benefits
https://blog.umzu.com/health/testosterone/t-7-testosterone-benefits-other-than-building-muscle/
https://blog.umzu.com/health/mental-health/t-what-are-the-effects-of-high-cortisol-levels/
http://www.returnofkings.com/138630/7-benefits-of-testosterone-that-you-probably-dont-know
http://www.returnofkings.com/195626/4-weird-signs-that-you-have-high-testosterone

Testosterone Booster:

https://anabolicmen.com/thyroid-supplements/
https://anabolicmen.com/vitamin-a-testosterone/
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0013OUJPS/?tag=anabmen-20
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18708687
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18708687

DHT Booster:


Growth Hormone Booster:


Androgen Receptor Booster:


Nitric Oxide Booster:


SHBG Blockers:


Cortisol Blockers:


Negative Effects of Cortisol on the Brain:


Serotonin Increases Cortisol:


Prolactin Blockers:


Estrogen Blockers:


Circulation Supplements:


Anti-Androgens:

https://www.ebi.ac.uk/chebi/searchId.do?chebiId=CHEBI:3908

umzu.com:


Christopher Walker, Founder of Umzu and Neuroscientist, Nutritionist, Painter, and Bodybuilder:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IVGjCm4BS0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsvUu72_vj0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pb9ZQBpGihs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G56I2Zhqgmg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBN7kib6vCY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nlo8tlg5ibI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pU4uZEnkB0A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsd1M6SWeUc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzpvMdcvE6A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3baeqs22d4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DesitLTcgB0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c83qjGjdLU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGovrVQkqU4
 
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Here are other articles on health:

Nootropics:



Neuroprotectives:


Anti-Catabolic:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10966150 (Beta-Hydroxy Beta-Methylbutyrate)

Increasing HDL Cholesterol:


Non-Alcoholic Disinfectants:


Calcium/Magnesium Balancing:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4717874/

Resveratrol:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16611627
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24929094

Anti-Diuretics:


Calorie Estimation:


Database of Chemicals and its Health Effects:

 
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bucky

Pelican
Fuck that HRT shit. It's a crutch for men who don't want to put in work, plain and simple.

Eat lots of meat, easy on the carbs -not a fan of zero carbs, and sprint -or high intensity rowing or biking. No distance running either. Squat deep 2-3 times a week with some Olympic lifts thrown in.

That's all a man needs.
But...I'm just on enough TRT to get me up to my "natural levels." I swear I'd have 16" arms with 12% bodyfat and be benching almost twice my bodyweight without the drugs if I didn't happen to need the drugs.
 
I'm actually quite surprised at this.
We value our health, this is why we are the 1st to ban many unhealthy chemicals, and this is why we rank 5 out of 187 in the United Nations Health Index and have an average lifespan of 79 years.

The USA Health Index score: http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/health-index

Average lifespan in the USA:
These other posts I made discuss the improvements that the USA has made in health policy and health habits, making it one of the healthiest countries in the world:

 
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Kangaroo

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Dan Handler what supplements do you take everyday?

Also do you have a list of what type of vitamin is best eg. Magnesium Oxide isnt as good as Magnesium citrate
 
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