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GUYS: Are Rising Estrogen Levels Killing Your Manhood?
A Natural Way to Reverse the Effects of Fading Testosterone
By the time a man hits 30, he’s on a long downhill slide. His muscles slowly begin to shrink… fat builds up faster and more easily… his stamina fades. Another victim of changing hormones. That’s why you should know about this natural way to reverse the effects of fading testosterone.
But first, let’s look at why this is so important to your masculinity.
Defining You as a Man… for a While
Testosterone – often called “the male hormone” – triggers all the changes that turn a boy to a man. Including muscle growth, facial hair, and sexual development. Your testosterone (T) levels peak in your teen years and young adulthood.
While your T levels are high, it’s easy to build muscle, to drop a few pounds, and your stamina is at its best. But all that T is masking another hormone.
Although it’s known as a “female” hormone, all men have estrogen, too. And – yes – it has a feminizing effect. And just as your levels of T begin to drop, your estrogen levels rise. This change slowly robs you of your masculinity.
And complications only make matters worse.
Your Masculinity Under Attack
As your T levels drop – and estrogen levels rise – it gets easier to put on weight. Which accelerates a downward spiral. Because fat encourages estrogenic activity. So more estrogen leads to more fat, which leads to more estrogen, etc.
At the same time, an enzyme called aromatase, is converting T into a form of estrogen called estradiol. And your manhood is slowly slipping away.
Fortunately, you can block some of the effects of estrogen. Keeping your weight down is one obvious choice. But Nature has provided some other ways to fight back.
And one of them comes with a big bonus.
Putting the Brakes on Estrogen’s Effects
I3C – indole-3-carbinol – is a compound found in vegetables of the cabbage family. And, like so many plant compounds, it has health effects on humans.
I3C appears to block aromatase – the enzyme that converts T to estradiol.
• A U.S. – Finnish study showed taking I3C lowers levels of estrogen. In both men and women.1
• Researchers in New York found I3C can reverse the effects of estrogen.2
• Italian doctors discovered and extract of I3C blocks aromatase indirectly – but has a very strong inhibitory effect nonetheless.3
I3C shouldn’t be your only defense against the loss of your manhood. But it should probably one weapon in your arsenal. Especially because I3C offers that bonus I mentioned.
Recent research confirms I3C helps defend your prostate gland. It discourages the activity of key factors that support unregulated prostate growth.4
If you’ve noticed “middle-edged” spread… if you’re not as muscular as you used to be… if you tire more easily or have started having problems in the bedroom, I3C may help.
Look for a natural formula that supports healthy T levels… and includes I3C to help reverse the effects of estrogen on your manhood.
Yours in continued good health,
Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
1 Michnovicz, J.J., et al, “Changes in Levels of Urinary Estrogen Metabolites After Oral Indole-3-Carbinol Treatment in Humans,” JNCI J Natl Cancer Inst. 1997; 89 (10): 718-723.
2 Auborn, K.J., et al, “Indole-3-carbinol is a negative regulator of estrogen,” J Nutr. Jul 2003; 133(7 Suppl): 2470S-2475S.
3 De Santi M., et al, “Inhibition of Testosterone Aromatization by the Indole-3-carbinol Derivative CTet in CYP19A1-overexpressing MCF-7 Breast Cancer Cells,” Anticancer Agents Med Chem. 2015; 15(7): 896-904.
4 Hsu, J.C., et al, “Indole-3-carbinol inhibition of androgen receptor expression and downregulation of androgen responsiveness in human prostate cancer cells,” Carcinogenesis. Nov 2005; 26(11): 1896-1904.
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