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Testosterone For Life

October 4, 2011 by  

Conventional medicine has turned the world upside down on the matter of testosterone. It strongly and directly relates testosterone levels to prostate cancer.

The first thing doctors want to do if a male tests positive for prostate cancer is to effect androgen blockage, that is block any production of testosterone. Few men object to or even question this voodoo nonsense.

The truth is that testosterone is the essence of male life. Low male testosterone is the beginning of sorrows. It is almost synonymous with aging. This in no way means that this is a good thing. In fact, unknown to most doctors, the beginning of low testosterone is a signal for the beginning of deterioration of male health.

Beginning around age 35, testosterone levels begin to decline. By the time a man is 70 years old, most of his testosterone is gone. For men who have diabetes, obesity, hypertension or lung disease, the risk of low testosterone is much greater.

The symptoms of low testosterone are low energy, chronic fatigue, low sex drive, poor quality erections, loss of muscle bulk and strength. Low testosterone is proven to be associated with increased risk of diabetes, atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries including heart attacks or strokes) and weak bones.

The classic symptom of low testosterone is low libido or low sex drive. In fact, any male above age 40 should suspect low testosterone first if he is beginning to lose his sex drive.

Even if men around the age of 40 have no symptoms of low testosterone at all, they need to be aware that this is the age in life that testosterone declines in most men and negative health begins.

Men, no matter what happens to your health or mood, suspect low testosterone. Your greatest risk is not the fact that you probably have low testosterone beginning around age 40. Your greatest risk is the ignorance of your establishment medicine trained doctor who has been trained to equate testosterone (in any amount low or high) with prostate cancer.

Why in the world is this? Well, establishment medicine is not about health. It is about money!

The medical system requires sick people to feed its money machine. Promoting the blockade of testosterone when prostate cancer is suspected is in my opinion an attack upon male health.

Just you try to convince your doctor of this!

The very first thing every living male should do is learn about male testosterone and consult an alternative medicine doctor.

Read the book Testosterone For Life by Abraham Morgentaler, M.D. I ordered mine from Amazon.com.

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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  • Glen

    Low testosterone also affects cholesterol. If your testostrone is low, your bad cholesterol will be higher and your good cholesterol will be lower. Triglycerides will also be higher with low testosterone.

  • Tom Richard

    I had a “Radical” in 2000 and have fought problems of LOW or NO T for all these years since and can’t get my Drs. to agree with this theory. All they ever say is no to requests for a script for test,treatments. Will I have to be tired all my life? Where can I get it??

    Tom

    • Dan

      Tom, do a web search on hormone replacement therapy. There is sure to be a facility and doctor in your area who specializes in bio-identical hormone replacement. take it from some one who suffered from no T, it works extremely well and my health, vitality, drive, mood by every marker and blood test is much, much better than before testosterone therapy.

    • http://www.boblivingstonletter.com/ Bob Livingston

      Dear Tom Richard,

      You must find another physician. Preferably one who practices alternative medicine. Go to http://www.acamnet.org and search for one near you.

      Best wishes,
      Bob

  • S Rubicon

    Would someone respond….. are there any over the counter supplements &/or vitamin like product, other than expensive meds offered by on-line marketers of their formula’s, that average folks w/o serious financial means, can take? Lets face it, $40.00 a month in this economy hurts the already stretched pocketbook, & especially those of us on a fixed income.

  • Fed Up Texan

    Testerone replancment therapy works. My dr started me on it six years ago. I am up to three tubes a day for the past two years. It really works well, but I have to schedule when use it, because it takes about two hours for it to be absorbed. If I am not careful, my clothes will get the medication, and not me. I have delayed cataract surgery for four years, because the the guy told me the cataract had slowed in growth, probably due to the hormone replacment. I don’t know that to be a fact, but I am happy with it.

  • Paul B

    I have an enlarged prostrate. Dr. suggested biopsie – I refused. Dr. said no testosterone treatment. My testosterone is 255(Very Low). PSA is 4.44 (Considered high). I have testosterone gel that I bought in Mexico but am afraid to use it. Have no libido, not anything. My life in that department has come to a complete standstill. I am thinking about going ahead and using my testosterone gel. Maybe die early, but happy. Any suggestions?

  • Roger

    EXPENSIVE Hormone Replacement Therapy is NOT NECESSARY!

    Notwithstanding the fact I am a lifetime student of good nutrition I am ALSO a CERTIFIED NUTRITIONAL CONSULTANT and here is what I recommend: 2-4 ounces ( or more) of QUALITY WHEY protein MIXED WITH 20 – 50 mg of DHEA in the morning,6 days per week,INSTEAD of breakfast.Amount of DHEA depends on your needs.Start with 20mg and increase as you feel the need and have no side effects.

    Exercise,again, preferably in the morning pushing yourself to your limit during each work out,at least 3 times.

    I am 71 and run ,do weights, play tennis, walk miles,travel the world, and otherwise am VERY active.My girlfriends ( yes PLURAL) are half my age because, older women CANNOT keep up with me.

    MOST people believe I am only 50, so I can only say this nutritional regime WORKS and is very economical.

    I can add one thing: Do your homework and study about the nutrients I am talking about.The internet makes it very easy.

    • herb

      stop using abreviations most people do not know what they mean.

  • Mr. T.

    I have been a Pharmacist for over 50 years , I am 74. I am in great health . I use compounded T. for many years.
    I place the cream under my arm pits it disloves very quickly. I have no prostate problems. Do not let the doc.’s
    lead you down the road.

  • s c

    MDs suffer from a form of medical school brainwashing. They are taught that all they need to know will be ‘learned’ in medical school. When they have finished medical school, internship and residency, this brainwashing is reinforced with the idea that they are infallible because their medical school instructors are infallible.
    Then, they are reminded to stick to a treatment (pills, injections, radiation, etc.) OR their license will be yanked. This puts a patient in a most uncomfortable position.
    In the case of testosterone, many MDs were told that the PSA test is a gift direct from God (an interesting approach, especially when you’ve been trained to think like an atheist). The scientist who invented the PSA test has REPUDIATED his own test! He knows that it is not reliable.
    People (men in particular), that means your best option is to get bioidentical testosterone replacement BEFORE you have a problem. And, do NOT let an MD tell you that the PSA will tell him (the MD) what he needs to do. Short of a drug dealer or a schmuck who has a license to print funny money, an MD has an almost foolproof background for making easy money. But, that does NOT mean that your MD knows what he needs to know about testosterone therapy. If you can find an MD who really CARES about you, you’re way ahead of most other patients. If your MD demands to do your thinking for you, you have a QUACK for an MD, and he has a retard for a patient. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH!

  • FreedomFighter

    I do an over the counter T – enhancer Vitrix, makes me want to tell momma how much I love her every day. so to speak.

    Started it for making more muscle on less exercise, increased sex drive was a side effect for me.

    Laus Deo
    Semper Fi

  • ed wilson

    I had been taking a form of DHEA for a few years, and I kept reading about prostate cancer and taking DHEA and pulled back from taking it. My dad died at 87 had his prostate removed. Then I went to a natural doctor, made test on T, found it low, gave me Andro Gel, which I used one bottle, raised T on mid point, felt much better, but PSA kept increasing over 10 years, presently at 4.6 and my regular doctor assigned me to a urologist for further test. I go back to urologist next week to check PSA number and from there yet to be determined. My urologist said that increasing T doesn’t cause cancer, but after it is diagnosed, it may affect growth. I believe that if family history is okay, that T will keep one fit. I am 77 and still working 40 hours. Perhaps this bit of info. is enlightening. Would like comment.

  • simian pete

    For all you poor folks (like me !) I got some good news …

    Try taking at least 1 gram (1000 mg) of Arginine before you go to bed. You can get Arginine at a drug store for cheap… You will find your libido real quick. Some guys get overly agressive, (very few !) and I heard you just take some Lysine (like 500 mg) when you wake up, if your brain can’t tolerate it to well (very few cases) …

    If you get into Arginine, you probably should start taking Mutli Amino Acid pills, or drink them shake mixes that bodybuilders/powerlifters drink. Shop around, but if they have aspartame in them -do not buy !!!! Whey Protein, Hemp protein powder, non-soy vegetable protein powder, etc . Just go crazy …
    Experiment ! Ask the vitamin/health store people for advice. But stay away from Aspartame flavored shake mixes.

    When you feel like Superman – you probably taken enough for that day ….. Watch out Lois ! HA HA !

  • Graeme

    I was having T injections 250ml sustanon every 3 weeks because of slightly low energy,but after a couple of years the prescribing doctor retired,every other Dr said it would cause prostate cancer so I stopped,that’s when my energy levels nosedived.A full 2 yrs later I was diagnosed with P cancer(family history of it)and had brachytherapy which has put it in to remission.Psa now 0.06.(I still have my prostate intact)but feel totally no energy.Now no doc will reinstate T therapy,but I do not Know if it would be safe considering cancer history.Ugh,I want my old energy back.Maybe will find a doc who knows the answer.Regards,Graeme.

  • fredt

    I found out about Dr Max Powers products from a buddy who recommended their Anablic Stack. I wanted to go with something that was all natural and not controversial.

    I bought the Anabolic Stack and I was set for 3 months of having good sex that was realiable. I have been using them for 2 months and have found that I have consistently good results. I had one exception one night but I think I had too much to drink and that may have been a problem. I will definitley buy some more

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