Naturally Triple Your Testosterone

  • von Peter Paulson
  • Sprecher: Chris Brinkley
  • 1 Std. 7 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Have you begun to notice any of the following? A lack of energy? A lack of concentration? A lack of muscle and a surplus of fat? A decrease in your sex drive? You shouldn't be surprised as these are all common symptoms of low testosterone and with every passing year your testosterone levels drop significantly. Mix in poor dietary choices, poor sleep, no exercise and stress and what you have is a recipe for hormonal disaster. Although I don't personally know you, it is a safe bet for me to make that you are, like the majority of men, a sufferer of low testosterone. This is not good. A high level of testosterone is directly linked to a multitude of positive attributes such as: lean muscle, improved sleep, better sex, improved sperm count, a decrease in stress, a healthier heart, stronger bones and clearer skin among many others. Quite simply, testosterone is what makes us men and yet many of us choose to ignore it's importance and suffer from the symptoms of low testosterone. Naturally Triple Your Testosterone is the answer to your low T. This book is a step-by-step guide to massively boosting your T levels in 100 percent naturally ways. This book covers everything you need to know about testosterone. Learn:


How and where testosterone is made
The secret testosterone boosting strategies
Which foods help testosterone production and which halt it
How to use exercise to massively spike testosterone
How to improve your sleep
How to reduce your stress and fight depression And, much much more.
Following this guide will allow you to strip away fat, pack on lean muscle, boost your cognitive powers and become a supercharged version of yourself. Reclaim your manhood, boost your testosterone and become superhuman.

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  • Erscheinungsdatum: 10.07.2014
  • Verlag: Peter Arnott