Men: Tired and Uninspired? Get Your Mojo Back Fast...
In men, testosterone levels ("T") peak between 25 to 30 years of age ... and thereafter drop approximately 1-2% annually. By the age of 60, T levels are typically only 40-50% of youthful levels and may be even lower due to stress and related lifestyle issues such as diet, exercise and sleep patterns.
The benefit of maintaining a youthful T level are many, including increased lean muscle mass and reduced bodyfat, increased drive, enhanced mental focus and physical vigor, and improved general well-being.
Adaptophen is a PREMIUM dietary supplement carefully formulated to help boost your free T levels. Explore the benefits of increasing your free T with Adaptophen on your side.
Why "Free T" Is Vital for Men
Your body contains two types of T: free and bonded. Bonded, or "non-free" T, attaches to the proteins globulin and albumin and does not provide direct benefits.
However, free T easily enters cells where it can bind to androgen receptors and produce the desired effects, including increased sex drive, performance and improved muscle mass. Free T is the form of this vital hormone that reaches your tissues and provides the impact.
Research Shows Adaptophen's Active Ingredient Significantly Boosts Free T
Adaptophen can help you naturally boost free T through its key ingredient Eurycoma Longifolia: A medicinal plant commonly referred to as Tongkat Ali (TA).
In a recent study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, men supplementing with the same amount of Tongkat Ali included in Adaptophen experienced a 37% increase in free T levels in just 28 days.
How To Use Adaptophen and Get Results
Laboratory evidence suggests Adaptophen's key ingredient, Tongkat Ali, when taken twice daily (1 capsule in the morning; 1 capsule at lunch), stimulates release of free T from its binding proteins and improves overall T profiles.
Human supplementation trials show a clear indication of reduced fatigue, heightened energy and mood, and enhanced lean muscle mass and fat loss in subjects consuming Tongkat Ali.
In a recent study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, stress hormone profile (salivary cortisol and T) was significantly improved by Tongkat Ali supplementation, with reduced cortisol exposure (-6%) and increased free T status (+37%).
Not Only Does Adaptophen Contain a University-Tested Dosage of Tongkat Ali But Also Provides 4 other Medical-Grade T-Boosting Adaptogens...
Siberian Rhodiola Rosea (5% Rosavin): Each serving of Adaptophen contains a university-tested dosage of Siberian Rhodiola Rosea. Only Rhodiloa Rosea of Russian origin (West and North Siberia) has a high pharmacological activity and contains the key muscle growth component rosavin. Human test subjects showed marked increases in muscle protein synthesis and hypertrophy (muscle growth), greater back muscle strength, better coordination, and improved recovery ability.
Deer Antler Velvet: Soviet scientists in the 1980s tested the effects of deer antler velvet on the performance of elite Russian athletes, and the results were astonishing. Deer antler velvet helped increase the muscle strength and mass of Russian athletes, while speeding their recovery time from exercise, by naturally increasing levels of GH and T. Soviet scientists claim the increases in strength helped the Russian athletes shatter new strength records at the 1984 and 1988 Olympics.
5-Methyl-7-Methoxy-Isolfavone: This non-hormonal anti-catabolic compound has been shown to decrease cortisol levels, increase protein synthesis, and improve overall recovery from exercise. One study with 40 elite male athletes showed that supplementation with this nutrition for only 10 days increased muscle tissue mass by 6 percent.
ZMA: Published university research shows ZMA raises strength levels. One study from scientists at Western Washington University studied 12 NCAA division II football players who took ZMA nightly during an eight-week spring training program and a separate group assigned a placebo. The athletes taking ZMA had 2.5 times greater muscle strength gains than the placebo group; the ZMA group increased by 11.6 percent compared to only 4.6 percent in the placebo group. The ZMA group also had 30 percent increases in T levels (compared to 10 percent in the placebo group).
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