According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 15 million men suffer from testosterone deﬁciency, a condition when there are signiﬁcant decreases in testosterone levels. Testosterone is a hormone that males and females need in the right amount for optimal mental health and physical performance. It plays many different roles as we age. It affects our physiques, cardiovascular health, memory, psychological well-being, and even fights inflammation that leads to many diseases. And yes, testosterone does help improve libido. However, we can blame the media for confusing people into believing that as long as their libido levels are right, they have healthy levels of testosterone. There are endless beneﬁts to optimizing your testosterone levels that go beyond increasing your libido. In the first place, an increase in libido is the positive effect of healthy testosterone levels.Don't be confused by thinking that because you've boosted your desire with supplements, you now have high testosterone levels. Testosterone Optimization Therapy (TOT)
No one is stopping you from taking supplements to raise your libido. However, if you're consuming them thinking that you are increasing your testosterone levels, you're wrong. Libido, in fact, does not directly cause testosterone levels to go up. The only proven way to raise and optimize testosterone is through pharmaceutical means, particularly Testosterone Optimization Therapy (TOT). Why? It is because factors in our modern-day environment are continually placing our endocrine systems under siege. This environmental assault overshadows most men’s natural ability to produce testosterone and their efforts to fix low testosterone levels.Some studies on herbal supplements do demonstrate a small increase in testosterone. However, these increases are both temporary and minuscule, and they cannot always be from the supplement alone.Regardless of what you think of the pharmaceutical industry, the FDA heavily regulate it, and companies must perform rigorous laboratory tests. It is so they can back claims with hard evidence. By comparison, the supplement industry in North America is unregulated. It means the majority of supplement companies can make claims on their products without providing any proof. So only do these boosters not raise your testosterone, you don’t know for sure if the ingredients used are genuine or if they work at all. Also worth mentioning is that some of these “boosters” might reduce your testosterone levels!For more than two decades, we’ve been bombarded by marketing gimmicks and ‘too-good-to-be-true’ ad campaigns from every conceivable form of media trying to sell us the latest and greatest “testosterone booster” supplement.
No doubt you've heard of so-called testosterone boosters such as Tongkat Ali, Tribulus Terrestris, Zinc Magnesium Aspartate (ZMA), Fenugreek, and D-Aspartic Acid. You could use Tongkat Ali and at best, increase your total testosterone from 250 ng/dL to 330 ng/dL - a 32% increase. The problem is that you would still suffer from suboptimal levels of testosterone. With a TOT prescription, you can take your total testosterone from 250 ng/dL to the top of the range at 1000 ng/dL - an impressive 233% increase! The difference in how you feel before and after is like comparing night and day! For an in-depth look at the mentioned so-called testosterone boosters and to learn more about how Testosterone Optimization Therapy is the only proven way to raise testosterone, purchase The TOT Bible.