I was an average 27 year old with a normal life.
Low T was something only older guys suffered from, right?
Sure, the symptoms were there…
I had ZERO energy. I was tired, stressed and anxious ALL the time.
My health was on the floor. I struggled to build muscle or lose body fat. I felt soft and weak.
And my sex drive was nowhere to be seen.
The thought of ANYONE finding out about my shameful secret left me in a cold sweat.
(I’d NEVER live down the shame if my buddies ever found out.)
This bedroom scene played out almost every night.
Because I couldn’t get aroused, I dreaded intimacy. When she touched me, instead of feeling that primal masculine surge… my chest tightened and I hoped the ground would swallow me up.
But what really KO’d me were the questions…
“Don’t you find me attractive anymore?”, “Is it me?” and, worst of all, “Are you gay?”
My wife was beautiful. I didn’t want to lose her.
The last thing I wanted to do was push her into the arms of another guy. A confident, strong, masculine guy who could love her and satisfy her.
Like a real man should.
I felt worthless, stripped of my masculinity. And that night, with her sobbing into her pillow again, something inside me snapped.
I HAD THREE OPTIONS:
1) Ignore it, carry on and hope the problem would magically fix itself. Who was I kidding? My relationship was at breaking point. Doing nothing wasn’t an option.
2) Sure, I could take Viagra. But I was just 27… That’s INSANE! I was sure I didn’t want to take meds and end up stuck on prescription drugs for the rest of my life.
3) Decide this WASN’T going to be my future and that my life WASN’T going to be like this and find a way to turn back the clock on my testosterone.
And that’s exactly what I did, as I’ll explain shortly.
But, before I go on, there’s probably one question burning in your mind…
“The One-Two T-Level Sucker Punch
That’s Leaving You Anxious, Stressed
And A Rock Bottom Libido No Man Should
Have to Suffer… And It’s Not Your Fault”
By the time you hit 35, your testosterone production naturally drops by 25%.
A lot has been written about processed food but few guys know how much it’s damaging their T-levels.
Testosterone levels nationwide have been dropping at an alarming rate since the industrial food revolution in the 1950s. This was the era when food manufacturers began producing foods with artificial ingredients and chemicals to meet the demands of a growing population.
While they were able to produce food in mass quantities and make more money in the process, men worldwide have experienced a sudden decline in energy, sex drive, ability to build muscle and burn fat.
A recent study by the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association stated that OVER 80% of packaged foods eaten in the US every day are contaminated with ingredients that adversely affect your health and even lower T-levels.