The Importance of Free Testosterone
Do you know the difference between total testosterone and free testosterone?
Did you know you can have high total testosterone, but not be experiencing the all benefits of it?
Total testosterone is is the combined total of three different forms of testosterone in your body:
Testosterone molecules bound to SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin),
Testosterone molecules bound to a protein called albumin, and
Free testosterone which isn't bound to anything - thus, it is free.
It's the free testosterone that creates all of the benefits. So it only makes sense to increase the amount of your testosterone.
Andro-Shock is designed to help boost free testosterone along with weight training, each serving contains the following 10 ingredients:
100 mg. Tongkat Ali (Long Jack), 100 mg. DHEA, 30 mg. Zinc Sulphate, 200 mg. Saw Palmetto, 150 mg. Chrysin, 350 mg. Tribulus Terrestris, 100 mg Avena Sativa, 250 mg. Muira Puma, 300 mg. Nettle Extract and 30mg. Betasistosterol.
Users of Andro-Shock have told us they have experienced...
Greater muscle gain
Faster recovery from their workouts
Increased muscle mass and strength
Deceased body fat levels
More energy and endurance
Increased sense of well being
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Testosterone is the key catalyst for muscle growth in the body, and the reason that guys are bigger than gals. Testosterone boosts muscle - blows it up to an ever bigger status. But if your testosterone is low or impaired, you don't get that growth.
So how do you get the testosterone flowing and your muscles growing? And further, how do you get the testosterone active in your body without resorting to chemical use? How do you do so naturally? There are a few things you can do and several of them are dietary. One is to take goji berries so that your testosterone acts unimpeded. That's the result of goji intake.
Another element you can have to elevate testosterone is oysters. Oysters are full of zinc - they have the highest content of zinc available - and zinc is a major booster of testosterone.
Butter Boosts Testosterone?
When it comes to testosterone and food, go ahead and have some butter. You want butter because butter is saturated fat and saturated fat contains cholesterol. And here is the connection - cholesterol is a precursor to testosterone. So you want to get some good fat going with your dietary intake to enhance testosterone production and that starts with the inclusion of some saturated fat. And what better way to get saturated fat naturally than to get it in the form of butter. Add some butter to your toast or with your baked potato.
Get your testosterone flowing and do so naturally by smart nutrition.