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If you are a male over the age of 40 and are suffering from weakness, impotence, pain, stiffness, drooping muscles, depression, anxiety, or heat intolerance, you may be experiencing “andropause”………………………………..can hcg help?
Andropause is a syndrome resulting from the deficiency of hormones, especially testosterone. It’s onset and symptoms may not be as dramatic as female “menopause”, but its effects can be just as serious. It is interesting that hormone replacement is quite routine in women but barely even addressed in men. The decline in hormone levels in both sexes has an adverse impact on one’s state of health. Starting around age 25, DHEA and testosterone levels begin a progressive downward trend. With falling hormones, it is much harder to maintain muscle mass. Things begin to sag andbegins to form increasingly thick layers around the lower back and abdomen. Stamina is affected and exercise intolerance occurs. Osteoporosis is well-documented in women and occurs in men as well. This can result in hip and vertebral compression fractures. Wrinkles that carve deep crevices in the face are partially due to testosterone deficiency. Libido is reduced and even impotence may develop. These changes are all a result of male “menopause”.
Hormone replacement has been available for women for decades and the positive results continue to multiply. In Anti-Aging medicine, it is expected that maintenance of hormone levels in the youthful range (that of a 25-30 year old) will provide substantial health benefit. Proper monitoring of hormone replacement is a relatively recent innovation that makestherapy much safer. We can now insure proper dosages in the accepted normal physiologic range. Cancer risk is greatly reduced by refined approach to replacement therapy.
The decline in testosterone occurs as a result of multiple causes and treatment should be directed accordingly. Aromatase (an enzyme that converts Testosterone into Estradiol) increases as we gain years. This increases raises the free estrogens and lowers the free Testosterone. Prostate cancer is correlated with high circulating estrogens. Aromatase inhibitors, such as chrysin, nettle extract, and Arimidex can inhibit aromatse. Testicular atrophy leads to decreased testosterone production. A course of treatment with HCG stimulates testicular development and can boost Testosterone production. A complete vitamin, mineral, and antioxidant supplement plus a proper diet help to correct nutritional deficiencies. DHEA and possible melatonin replacement also serve as alternatives and as adjuncts to testosterone therapy. A diet that includes a large amount of legumes, especially soy, is helpful in providing the necessary building blocks for our bodies to manufacture hormones. Maintaining cholesterol in the normal range (not to high or to low) is also critical for hormone synthesis. Testosterone replacement can be accomplished by the use of creams, pills or even injection. It is best if the physiologic patterns natural to the body are mimicked, which makes injection less favorable. Creams containing natural testosterone are well absorbed through the skin, bypass metabolism by the liver, and are easy to apply, thus making them superior to pills. The potential risks of testosterone administration include increases in red cell mass, worsening of sleep apnea, changes in plasma lipid levels, and fluid retention. There is some concern that testosterone replacement might exacerbate benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). There is no change in PSA with testosterone therapy. You are not a candidate forreplacement therapy if you have an active testicular or prostate cancer. Finally, testosterone supplementation may produce adverse side effects if administered to men with normal levels, hence the importance of monitoring.
With proper replacement, you can expect to regain muscle mass, increase bone density, increase stamina, increase libido, reduce your risk for a variety of cancers and Alzheimer’s disease, and live an improved quality of life.
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You may havegene.
It may be turned “off” right now… in fact it probably is.
There’s a problem with that:
This gene helps you melt off bodyfat.
It would be pretty nice to turn that sucker on, right?
Here’s an article on…
1. What SIRT1 is;
2. How you can “turn it on”
3. How to keep it on
What Is SIRT1?
Simply put, SIRT1 is a “rescue gene”. This gene is activated during times of fasting to, for a very SHORT period of time, access more stored bodyfat.
That’s a good thing.
The problems are…
1. Fasting is not good formetabolism if done for more than a day;
2. This trick doesn’t work well overlong-run.
SIRT1 is practically dormant in most people as we have a surplus of food. We consume, on average, about 30% more food than our bodies require every single day.
It’s no wondergene went to sleep…
… and it’s time you wake it up.
How To Turn On SIRT1
As mentioned above, fasting for a day will activate SIRT1 if practiced for a few weeks. So you eat one day, fast the next, and keepup for 1-2 weeks.
But… let’s face it. Most of us do not like the idea of NOT eating for a full day.
So I have two alternatives that work just as well to activate SIRT1 and NOT shut down your metabolism over the long-haul (as weekly fasting like this can do.)
TIP 1: Do a fruit fast instead.
If you want to try a fruit fast every other day you can do so. This is much healthier and much easier on the body than an all-out fast.
However, for some people the sugar in fruit can trigger over-eating… and we don’t want that.
TIP 2: Stagger your calories
Jon Benson teaches you this trick here:
But he takes it a step further: He lets you in on how you can stagger your “macronutrients” and your calories without having to think too much about it.
He calls this his “Favorite Foods Plan” because it demands you consume high-calorie foods that you enjoy at specific times on specific days.
The other days are low in calories, higher in lean protein, but still contain real food.
Fasting is not necessary. The “starvation” switch that triggers SIRT1 has been shown to be triggered after only a day or two of low-calorie eating.
You just can’t do that very long without higher- calorie days… and THAT is the nifty trick you need to learn.
Jon wrote the book on the subject… literally. : )
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How Do You Keep SIRT1 “On”?
Simple: You stay on this cycle-your-calories dietplan… yep. That’s necessary. This is for LIFETIME fatloss… not a crash dietplan… they never, EVER get you what you want.
You want to be lean for life… no exceptions.
So to do that you need all the genetic help you can get…. and SIRT1 is part of that plan.
Turn it on today.
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One ofbiggest myths out there is myth that eating healthy costs too much.
Just the opposite… and I’ll prove it to you in three ways.
Here’s some sample figures courtesy of Scott Tousignant’s fitness blog…
: 2 medium size sweet potatoes $1 or… small fries from a fast food joint
: 2 red peppers $1 or… a can of pop
: Bowl of oatmeal with fruit & protein powder $2 or… large bag of chips
: 6 Chicken Breasts $10 or… a sub combo from a fast food joint
: 18 eggs $3.50 or… a burger from a fast food joint
: 2 salmon fillets $15 or… large pizza
: Loaded chicken salad (homemade) $3 or… bag of cookies
: Large bag of oatmeal $3.50 or… 4 chocolate bars
Not much of a comparison, it is?
Yet the foods on the left would feed a family of two or more for 4-7 days… the foods on the right? 2-3 days if you live through it.
Tips to make the most expensive part of eating healthy — the cost of quality meats — go further include…
1. Use tofu fillers in chicken and beef recipes. Even if you hate tofu, you can barely taste the difference when combined properly.
2. Buy your meats in bulk online. You can find less expensive grass-fed beef and naturally-raised chicken and have it delivered to you if you live near a large city. If not, check the local farmers.
3. Eat meat only 3-4 times per week and use black beans with rice or inexpensive tuna for your other days. I eat tuna cooked in a skillet with lots of veggies and some olive oil almost every night and I LOVE the taste!
Jon Benson’s book The Every Other Day Dietplan ( http://www.jonbensonfitness.com/go/weightfix/eodd) has over 40 pages of recipes in it to help you eat healthy and cheap… and you can still eat out and consume your favorite foods several times per week.
#2: Your Health
Do we ‘really’ need to talk about buy new (usually larger) clothes every year or two? Or about the health care costs associated with being even 20 pounds over your ideal weight, let alone more? How about the time you miss from work with excessive colds?
Eating healthy and taking care of your body adds years to your life… and for the record, the years eating poorly takes away from your life, on average, costs each American over 80,000 in medical expenses.
Want to add that to your food budget?
#3: The Big Picture
Anyone who has been fit knows the joy it brings… the freedom you feel from wearing whatever you want… the productivity you see from increased energy… the pace at which you move during the day.
Not only are these gifts priceless, but they are also massive cash-savers. Your productivity alone can add thousands to your bottom line each year, well off-setting any costs associated with eating quality food.
The Bottom Line…
Like any good accountant would suggest, you need to look at your ROI (return on in.vest.ment) if nothing else.
What does in.vest.ing in a better body, greater health, and vibrant energy do for your life? How can that actually translate into more in.come AND less expense?
You will be surprised.
P.S. If you want some tips on getting started with shedding that excess weight… go here for a short video… and prepare to take some notes! …
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Jon Benson just sent me a killer email describing 3 easy ways to curb your appetite.
This is eye-opening… so enjoy!
3 tricks to suppress your appetite
“Favorite Foods” Dietplan Diagram:
http://www.jonbensonfitness.com/go/weightfix/eodd <== click.
Article: “3 Reasons Dietplans Fail YOU”:
Another good article appeared today infitness section of MSNBC.
Since you’re busy, I’ll do a quick summary of
stuff, the bad stuff, and what you need to do today to get started…
First, you need to know…
Andwill probably shock you…
Rarely, if EVER, do you need to suppress your appetite!
The real secret is to increase your metabolism… the rate at which
your body uses food for fuel.
Then being hungry is a good thing… as long as you’re eating the right
foods at the right time.
Jon Benson’s “Favorite Foods” plan is a great way to do this…
But let’s say you want to curb your appetite at night…. that’s the
time most people really lose it on a dietplan. Even on a plan that
ASKS you to eat frequently like mine, there are times where
night-time cravings need to be put to sleep.
So use these tips from the article to ease the urge to eat at night:
1. Protein First
As Jon stresses in his dietplan, “Rise and shine with protein.” But
what does this have to do with night-time cravings?
Set the body up to use your own
in the morning and your appetite FOR fatty foods goes way down during
the day and the night. Protein is “thermogenic”, meaning it helps
increase your metabolism. It also acts as a natural appetite regulator.
Notice I said “regulator” and not “suppressant.” That’s because you
only need to regulate your appetite, no matter how much bodyfat you
desire to drop.
Jon explains more here:
2. Go For The Grapefruit
In a study at the Nutrition and Metabolic Research Center at the
Scripps Clinic in San Diego, people who ate half a grapefruit with each
meal lost an average of 3.6 pounds in three months. That doesn’t sound
like a lot (and it isn’t) but that’s ALL they changed.
It doesn’t matter for our purposes… we want to lower insulin at
night. Why? Insulin is not only dangerous for your health in excess but
it also can cause a LOT of storage if secreted too much at night.
Enter the lowly grapefruit.
A great snack, especially if you have a few bites of lean protein
3. Smell This!
This is a trick I didn’t know about until recently.
Smelling food can trick your brain into thinking you’ve eaten.
A recent study found that those who inhaled peppermint in scent form
every 2 hours at (get this) 2700 calories LESS per week than they
Let me put that in perspective: That’s a fatloss of more than half a
pound a week… from sniffing peppermint!
Vanilla also works. You can keep vanilla-scented drops or even candles
around the office and take a wiff every few hours.
How easy is that?
The Bad Part
The MSNBC article goes on with advice like “eat potatoes” and “eat just
a little bit of ”, both of which are nonsense.
Potatoes may fill you up, but they are still starch – and starch should
be consumed on your “off” days.
Potatoes are especially bad due to the higher-than-desired glycemic
index of 85 (anything over 50 is too high.)
You also need dietary fat… and not just “a little.” You need a
moderate amount to stay healthy and keep insulin regulated.
Olive oil and even coconut oil are excellent sources, as are naturally
occurring fats in fresh fish, grass-fed beef, farm-raised chicken and
The rest of the article is common sense stuff: Workout, eat dense food
that requires you to chew a lot (tire out the jaw muscles and you
naturally eat less), etc.
The top 3 are the real winners.
P.S. You may be wondering, “How do you eat your favorite foods (like
pizza or burgers) and still stay so fit?”
The answer is here:
P.P.S. I found another really good article you may want to check out
as well. It’s all about how dietplans fail YOU… and this may do more
than relieve some “guilt” you might have over the start/stop dieting
so many of us have gone through.
Read it here:
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“Fat-and-Happy”… Is It True? Study Tells All…
Ever heardphrase, “Fat-n-Happy?”…
Of course you have. We used to refer to obese guys as a “jolly-man”… or perhaps someone who is overweight as “ -n-happy”.
Is it true? Can (gasp) being overweight actually make you happy?
Rather than giving you my opinion onmatter, I take a look at three national studies on page.
The presentation is only 5 minutes long… and I reveal the number one case for alarm in the United States and Canada.
Read that again: The Number 1 Cause For Alarm.
And I’m NOT an alarmist… I’m a rationalist. But stats like these do not lie.
They cannot lie.
Anddeals with our children.
Please… go see:
P.S. I can tell you from my own first-hand experience, which I document in “Fit Over 40″, that my personal 10-year-journey through the muck of obesity was ANYTHING but happy.
I was depressed, to the point of suicide at times (thankfully I never went that far.) I was socially hidden. I wore “fat-clothes” all the time. The few times I HAD to wear jeans or dress pants I rushed home to change into sweats because they were just too damn uncomfortable to tolerate.
Bottom line: I was “fat-n-miserable”.
I think most people who are overweight or obese feel more despair, sadness, or perhaps just really frustrated than “happy”. Of course you can be happy and be any size, color, shape, etc. But I’ll tell you from my experience that I am MUCH happier now that I’m fit and trim.
Part of that is just because I feel better. The other part is how the brain functions. When you’re more active, you release more “feel-good” hormones… and these are powerful anti-blues hormones… they really make you feel like a champ. At least that’s been my experience.
But go watch the 5-min video and see what you think…
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