My book is now done.
As stated previously, this is not a 20 page e-book nor is it a ‘steroid bible’.
This is a powerful and authoritative research manual for both patient and Doctor alike.
It is close to 200 pages long and crammed full of the most recent and relevant scientific data.
In The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy Manual you will learn how to:
- Improve your metabolic health
- Increase your mental focus and cognition
- Eliminate feelings of indecisiveness and hesitancy
- Take control of your career while developing more self-confidence at home
- Reinvigorate your sex life and increase the intensity of your libido
- Significantly alter your body composition to one of greater muscle and less body fat
- Ward off the debilitating diseases of aging like diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimer’s
- Live a more energetic, empowered and fulfilling life
Imagine a book you can take to any Doctor allowing you and them to easily understand and follow the practical tips and instructions. Most importantly, the information provided (if applied) is LIFE CHANGING.
Pricing will be as follows:
When I say this book will change the lives of many, many men around the world-BELIEVE IT!
As a little teaser, here are a couple of questions from the interview with Dr Brett Osborn titled “The TRT Revolution-Thoughts on the Current and Future State of TRT”
JC: Thank you so much for doing this interview Brett: Let’s get right into it:
At this point in time very little consensus exists on 1) what constitutes low testosterone, 2) when testosterone supplementation makes sense, 3) what are the major risks patients face. From your anti-aging doctor’s point of view, how would you quickly answer or assess those 3 questions?
BO: Low testosterone is a clinical as opposed to a laboratory diagnosis. It is not simply “low testosterone” on blood testing. What constitutes “low” for one individual may be different than what is considered low for another. So-called “normal” testosterone constitutes levels that fall within a huge range. And herein lies the problem. You may have symptoms of hypogonadism (fatigue, loss of muscle mass, poor libido, etc.) and have T levels within the “normal” range. Likely you would benefit from testosterone replacement therapy regardless (provided other causative etiologies have been ruled out).
Unfortunately, most mainstream physicians fail to recognize that a “normal” T level means relatively little in the context of symptomatic hypogonadism. Again, what be considered a “normal” value (level), may not be normal for you. Discuss T supplementation with your doctor if you suffer from any of the aforementioned symptoms (which typically begin in one’s early 30’s). If he/she is unwilling to consider HRT, well find a new doctor.
The risks of testosterone treatment are minimal despite the media ranting. To date, not a single one of my many HRT patients has developed side effects from treatment. This is due to cautious prescribing habits. Side effects as discussed in the text include alopecia (low percentage of patients), prostatic “flare” (testosterone does not cause prostate cancer; this is a myth.), polycythemia, low sperm count and in the case of injectable T, infection. These risks are far outweighed by the benefits of supplemental testosterone.
JC: It appears many doctors struggle with understanding the correlation between free testosterone and SHBG especially as men age. Do you have a preference between the free testosterone and total testosterone tests?
BO: Both free and total testosterone levels should be assayed. Why? The majority of circulating testosterone is protein bound. Albumin binds testosterone “reversibly.” It has affinity for the molecule but freely releases into the tissues. Sex hormone-binding globulin has a higher affinity for testosterone (and other sex hormones) and binds them “irreversibly.” Once bound therefore, it is unavailable to the tissues as SHBG does not readily release its grip on the molecule. That said, an SHBG level must be obtained as well. Noting all three levels, your physician will best be able to tailor your therapy. You may have high-normal Total T levels but very low free T due to high levels of circulating SHBG (essentially gobbling up your manhood). This can be remedied easily with the addition of stinging nettle root extract (and other agents potentially). Obtaining these values in isolation is worthless.
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