March 23

Chemicals and Testosterone

Testosterone Tips

We’ve lost another one…

One of our own has flown the coop. Abandoned ship.

For all I know he’s standing in line at Walgreens somewhere.
Testosterone script in hand.

But I saw it coming. Because our man was speaking the wrong
language. To himself.

For example, when I told him to quit his over the top morning
cosmetic ritual. Because you can’t have chemicals and testosterone
going at the same time…

He replied with two of the most dangerous words in the
English language.

I’ll try.

Say what? You’ll try?

Your estrogen is pushing 50. Your libido is gone. You haven’t had
hard wood in almost a year.

And you’re just going to try?

How about, hold the phone Mark. I’ll dump this stuff into the
garbage right now.

This seems like the smart choice. Don’t you think?

Stinky, chemical heavy cosmetics that make me go limp?

Or a rock hard member I can use to do all kinds of fun stuff
with my girl?

Hmm…it’s a toss up. I’m not sure what to do. I guess I’ll go
with the chemicals and the limp package.

Really?

Sounds crazy, doesn’t it?

It sure does, but I can assure you. This type of thing
happens all the time.

A lot of men say they want it…

But the true test comes when it”s time to get up and
actually do something.

To pass on the quick fix that won’t work anyway. And
take charge of your own health.

You owe it to yourself to do this, don’t you think?

It’s your body. You’ve only got one of them. And when
it goes, you’re done. Right?

So why don’t you spend 30 minutes a day taking care
that bod?

30 doesn’t sound like much. But it’s enough.

30 minutes x 30 days = 15 hours a month. 180 hours a year.

180 hours to exercise. Cycle some testosterone supplements.

Shop for some clean man products. Prepare food that will
improve health. Not destroy it.

Make this commitment, and I promise you, you’ll be a much
happier man because of it.

And that happy feeling will hit you the second you make
this decision.

But remember, “I’ll Try” won’t get it done.

So use the words “I Will” instead.

Mark


About the author 

Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is an independent health researcher, fitness coach, author, and owner of several websites that teach men how maintain erections and boost testosterone levels naturally, without using steroids, drugs, or artificial hormones.

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