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The sad truth, is that these purported testosterone support products were completely and utterly useless. They did absolutely nothing for testosterone production due to the simple fact that they didn’t contain any ingredients shown in human research trials to actually support testosterone production. Sure, they included all sorts of ancient herbs and ingredient that worked well in rats, but nary a compound that would actually benefit a real live human being.
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone)
DHEA can enhance health, vitality, fat loss and improve “free testosterone” levels when taken before high-intensity exercise. DHEA is a steroid hormone naturally produced in the body mainly in the adrenal glands, gonads and brain. DHEA is a prohormone as a precursor to testosterone. Natural DHEA levels peak in early adulthood and then slowly fall as you age. DHEA has gained popularity as an anti-aging supplement and often referred to as the “Fountain of Youth hormone.”
Many older adults take DHEA supplements to slow the aging process, maintain muscle mass and strength and promote sexual performance. A review of literature by Polish researchers concluded that DHEA supplements provide many benefits during aging. Well-controlled studies found that DHEA antagonizes the stress hormone cortisol, strengthens the immune system, reduces fat accumulation, strengthens the skin, reduces cholesterol, improves mood, cognition and well-being. DHEA also improves energy levels, enhances insulin sensitivity and strengthens bones. Low levels of DHEA increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. DHEA supplementation (50 mg per day) also enhances effects of weight training on muscle mass and strength in elderly women and men. 

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