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Men’s Hormone for the Heart

November 3, 2008 by  

Men’s Hormone for the Heart

Everyone knows about the epidemic of heart and vascular disease. Few realize that the risk of heart disease grows with age. Research dating back more than half a century has tied heart disease to male menopause and the reduction of androgens (testosterone).

  • Testosterone is a primary factor in the health of the heart and blood vessels.
  • Testosterone levels decline with age.
  • Restoring testosterone—and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)—to youthful levels can yield significant health benefits, including protection against the various manifestations of atherosclerotic disease.

Women do need testosterone, but only one-tenth as much as men. We are talking about natural testosterone.

Most physicians completely ignore the role of testosterone and other hormones in maintaining men’s cardiovascular health.

German researchers before World War II found that testosterone treatment using testosterone esters could normalize faulty glucose metabolism, a major co-existing condition with cardiovascular disease. They found that testosterone treatment over several months would relieve angina and improve leg pain in men suffering from intermittent claudication (leg pain).

Dr. Jens Moller, M.D. (1904-1989) medical researcher and practitioner, found that testosterone replacement fell into three general categories:

  1. Complete healing of gangrene of the upper and lower extremities.
  2. Improvement of impaired carbohydrate metabolism and circulation.
  3. Milder and fewer angina pectoris attacks, as well as normalized EKG findings.

“In Dr. Moller’s view, conventional medicine sees cardiovascular disease (CVD) as primarily a plumbing problem. The aim is to keep the pipes clear and the pump working. The focus is on symptoms of the disease—high cholesterol, hypertension, atherosclerosis, thrombosis (clot formation), intermittent claudication, angina and other familiar manifestations—but not on what is really causing the symptoms.” (From Maximize Your Vitality and Potency For Men Over 40, by Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. and Lane Lenard, Ph.D.)

Dr. Moller’s view was that protein is the substance on which all the biochemical and physiological activity of life is based. And testosterone is the hormone whose major role is to build up this core substance.

Of course the treatment of symptoms is the foundation of the pharmaceutical business. It is the core training in U.S. medical schools. Translated, this makes most United States doctors drug salesmen. And this makes the public victims of “medical” assault under the guise of medical treatment. This is one of the most thorough systems of brainwash in history proving that a professional education system is a training ground for esoteric hidden control. Not one doctor in 10,000 is suspicious of his education and professional shackles.

Following the trail of the serpent, it’s the fraud of paper money that creates such a colossus of fraud and deceit. The medical system is government paper money dependent. If not for this system, there would not be more than 2 percent of the present number of doctors.

Transdermal (rub on) testosterone cream is a highly effective delivery method. This can be bought from a compounding pharmacy with a prescription.

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American who has been writing a newsletter since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • http://personallibertydigest jeffrey baker

    i had bypass surgery the end of june,i had a blocked lad,80 percent,all at once this happened,now i dont know what to do with my life,ive always done physical labor,but my heart issue is the scarriest thing ive ever had happen to me

  • S C Mailen, Jr.

    SLOWLY, WORD IS SPREADING THAT MANY AMERICAN MDs DO NOT DESERVE TO BE CALLED SCIENTISTS. WHEN GREED, QUACKERY AND ARROGANCE GET BETWEEN A PATIENT AND AN MD, WE RESPECT THEM AND FOLLOW THEIR WHIMS AT OUR PERIL
    WHILE I’M NOT SURE WHAT THE CURE IS, SURRENDER IS NOT THE ANSWER. WE OWE IT TO OURSELVES TO READ, THINK AND ACT.
    TO SUBMIT TO A SYSTEM THAT DEMANDS BLIND OBEDIENCE IS A FORM OF SLAVERY. THIS IS STILL AMERICA. TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH WHILE YOU CAN, PEOPLE.

  • Bob Livingston

    Mr. Mailen is dead on.  Couldn’t have said it better myself.  –Bob

  • D G Getchell

    Last week I had labwork done.  I asked and my doctor requested a testosterone test.  The results of the test was 2.9.  My doctor said that the lower limits are 2.2 so my reading, although in the low range was satisfactory.  I am 68 years old, have CAD and Type 2 Diabetes, and one year ago had a green light PVP procedure done on my prostate.  Should I be pressing my doctor to give me medications to increase my testosterone level?

  • Greg Webber

    Is Tribulus Terrestris extract just as good for testerone as DHEA.

    • Barnabus

      Hello Greg,
      Just want you to know that Dr. Al Sears claims that just 5 days of supplementation with Tribulis Terrestris usually raises your tesosterone levels 30% ! ! ! We help each other with what we discover, right? Happy New Year friend. -Barney

  • Tom

    Jeff,
    Don’t be alarmed..I had a triple by-pass three years ago…the surgery was successful but I knew I needed to change.  I was 220 lbs at the time…inactive and a couch potato……Since then I have lost 40 lbs…(still losing) go the Y three times a week, eat healthy and do several mind games a day  (crossword etc.).  I have a new lease on life….have a healthy blood pressure….never have angina or shortness of breath…as active as an 18 year old……I won;t reveal my age but it is between 65 and death (which I don’t expect for years to come)…and another note…checked my testerone levels and take other supplements…remember your health is up to you not your doctors! Be happy you have already beat the odds! Welcome to the zipper club and keep active!
    Tom

  • Bob Livingston

    DG, the only time testosterone should not be supplemented to my knowledge is in the case of prostate cancer.  If you are confident that the green on that point, it would not be dangerous in my opinion to supplement to increase testosterone levels.  It all depends on the results you are looking for.  Bob.

  • Bob Livingston

    Greg, I think both are viable options to be considered.  I don’t know if one is more effective than the other.  I’ve used both in the past and now use a 5% testosterone cream by prescription.

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