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Natural Ways to Combat Testosterone Loss Side Effects Free w/Super MiraForte
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Reprinted by permission from Bill Faloon of the Life Extension Foundation

Low testosterone levels caused by a decrease in bioavailable testosterone and rising estrogen is a potentially troublesome time in a mans life.  In contrast to mainstream medicines apparent indifference to the debilitating effects of the aging process, those of us in the anti-aging field know there are numerous ways in which men can combat many of these deleterious issues, especially testosterone and estrogen with a product called Super MiraForte.  While multiple studies have proven that testosterone supplementation can ease or even reverse many issues and side effects associated with andropause, some men still may be leery of using testosterone until it is given mainstream medicines stamp of approval.  For those men and others who wish to support their testosterone levels as they age, below are some specific recommendations to help increase or maintain optimal testosterone levels and live life to the fullest whether you are 40 or 90 years of age.

1. Physical exercise increases testosterone levels.
Multiple studies have shown that regular, high-intensity exercise keeps a mans testosterone at optimal levels.

A 1999 study examined how the positive side effects of heavy resistance training in both young (23 to 35 years old) and older (58 to 65 years old) men affected their testosterone levels.1  Both groups saw a statistically significant increase in testosterone levels after exercise.  A more recent study published in 2001 also showed that strength training in middle-aged (44 to 48 years old) men increased levels of free testosterone.2

Exercise and Free Testosterone

2. Protein combats SHBG, helps maintain optimal testosterone levels.
While adequate protein consumption is vital to maintaining muscle mass in both men and women, it is also important in maintaining testosterone levels.  A study published in 2000 examined the relationship between diet and sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), and found that diets low in protein in elderly men [40-70 years old] may lead to elevated SHBG levels and decreased testosterone availability and associated side effects.  The decrease in bioavailable testosterone can then result in declines in sexual function and muscle and red cell mass, and contribute to the loss of bone density.3

3. Soy and omega 3 fatty acids keep estrogen and SHBG in check.
Elderly men often see an increase in unhealthy levels of SHBG and estrogen via activity of the aromatase enzyme, which can lead to a net decrease in testosterone levels.  Two recent Japanese studies have shown some natural ways in which men can help tilt the ratio back in favor of testosterone.  One study of 97 middle-aged to elderly men found that men with high levels of soy intake had lower levels of estradiol (a form of estrogen) compared to men with lower levels of soy intake.4  The researchers postulated that this beneficial inverse relationship could be due to inhibition of the aromatase enzyme by soy and soy-based food products.  Another Japanese study examined how the essential fatty acids EPA and DHA (found in high concentrations in fish) affected SHBG levels in men 43 to 88 years of age.5  After controlling for other variables, the researchers concluded that both EPA and DHA decreased levels of SHBG in middle-aged and elderly men virtually side effects free.

4. Indole-3-carbinol protects against high estrogen levels and possibly prostate issues.
An adequate intake of indole-3-carbinol (I3C), through vegetables such as broccoli, brussels sprouts, and cabbage, or via supplements, may prove to be very helpful for aging men in both keeping estrogen levels in check and maintaining a healthy prostate.  Studies have demonstrated that I3C increases the ratio of 2-hydroxyestrone to 16-alpha-hydroxyestrone without side effects, thereby causing a decrease in bad estrogen and an increase in good estrogen.  For men, this very well might mean keeping your prostate gland healthy combined with a product such as Super MiraForte.  In a recent study that examined the association of side effects associated with prostate issues with estrogen metabolism, the authors noted results of this case-control study suggest that the estrogen metabolic pathway favoring 2-hydroxylation over 16-alpha-hydroxylation may be instrumental in supporting healthy prostate glands.6

5. Zinc is essential for optimal testosterone production.
One supplement that should be considered absolutely essential for maintaining a mans testosterone levels is zinc.  This busy mineral is involved in almost every aspect of male reproduction including testosterone metabolism, sperm formation, and sperm motility.  Multiple studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of zinc in treating males due to low testosterone levels.7,8  A prime example of the usefulness of zinc was illustrated in a study of 37 men with decreased testosterone levels and associated low sperm counts.9  The men were given 60 mg of zinc daily for 45-50 days with no known side effects.  In 22 patients, testosterone levels significantly increased and mean sperm count rose from 8 million to 20 million.

6. Chrysin is a natural aromatase inhibitor.
A bioflavonoid called chrysin has shown potential as a natural aromatase inhibitor.  Bodybuilders have used chrysin as a supplement because by inhibiting the aromatase enzyme, less testosterone is converted into estrogen.  The problem with chrysin is that because of its poor absorption into the bloodstream, it has not produced the testosterone-enhancing effects users expect.  Pilot studies have found that when chrysin is combined with piperine, reductions in serum estrogen (estradiol) and increases in total and free testosterone result in 30 days.  In a study published in the Journal of Steroid Biochemical Molecular Biology (1993), chrysin and 10 other flavonoids were studied.10  Chrysin is not patentable, so do not expect to see a lot of human research documenting its effects.  Aging men who are seeking to gain control over their sex hormone levels sometimes prefer natural sources instead of trying to convince a physician to prescribe side effect laden drugs.

Nettle Root Extract

7. Nettle root liberates bound testosterone.
Testosterone that becomes bound to serum globulin is not available to cell receptor sites and fails to induce a libido effect.  When testosterone binds to sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), it loses its biological activity and becomes bound testosterone, as opposed to the desirable free testosterone.  As men age past 45, SHBGs binding capacity increases dramatically by an average of 40% and coincides with age-associated loss of libido among other side effects.  Some studies show that the decline in sexual interest with advancing age is not always due to the amount of testosterone produced, but rather to the increased binding of testosterone to globulin by SHBG.  This explains why some older men who are on testosterone replacement therapy do not report a long-term aphrodisiac effect.  That is, the artificially administered testosterone becomes bound by SHBG and is not bioavailable to cellular receptor sites where it would normally produce a libido-enhancing positive side effect.  European researchers have identified constituents of nettle root that bind to SHBG in place of testosterone, thus reducing SHBGs binding of free testosterone.11-15  As the authors of one study stated, these constituents of nettle root may influence the blood level of free, i.e., active, steroid hormones by displacing them from the SHBG binding site.

8. Human Studies Using Combination Nutrients
To ascertain the safety and efficacy of nutrients that are purported to modulate male hormone levels, the Life Extension Foundation sponsored clinical studies to assess the positive side effects of specific supplements on blood levels of testosterone, estrogen, SHBG, etc.16  Based on the results of these studies, a formula called Super MiraForte was developed that combines chrysin, nettle root, muira puama, piperine, and other nutrients that showed the most potent effects in boosting free testosterone and suppressing estrogen in aging men.  For those who would prefer to avoid testosterone-boosting and estrogen-suppressing drugs, four capsules a day of Super MiraForte may be considered.


Suggested dietary use:  For adult men, take two capsules of Super MiraForte in the morning and two in the evening, or as recommended by your health practitioner.  After sustained use, some men may obtain satisfactory results with two or three capsules per day.

  • Keep out of reach of children,
  • Do not exceed recommended dose,
  • If you have a bad reaction or side effects, discontinue use immediately,
  • When using Super Mira Forte with chrysin, please inform your physician.

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