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How To Increase Testosterone Levels Naturally

5 Tips to Raise Testosterone Naturally

Mike Jackson

As many as 13 million men in the United States currently suffer from low testosterone levels, according to the American Diabetes Association. Even more men would like to increase their testosterone production for the physical benefits associated with higher T-levels.

After all, the decreased testosterone production that begins around age 30 often leads to depression, weight gain, and low libido. And nobody wants that.

Fortunately, there are ways to increase testosterone without relying on dangerous steroids and other injections. Take a look at these five tips to bring your T-levels up to working order and beyond.

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    Ken Kaiah

    February 20, 2015

    Testosterone

    I have lost my sex drive and not having sex with my wife for over four years now. I need some help.

    Reply

    C Montgomery

    May 6, 2015

    Are there any dangers know for MDrive

    When I take testosterone supplements, I tend to create too many red blood cells.
    Since this supplement does not contain Testosterone, but just helps promote
    it naturally, is it safe against this problem?

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      Mike Jackson

      Mike Jackson

      May 7, 2015

      Re: Are there any dangers know for MDrive

      Basically, there’s no link to high testosterone and increased re blood cell count, in fact this was one of the older methods of WADA drug testing for athletes, if your testosterone number was high but normal red blood cell count it wouldn’t raise suspicion, but if both were high, it could flag a sample for further testing.

      So long story short, no, a NATURAL test booster does not contain the same polycythemia-inducing side effect.

      Hope that helps!

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