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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Testo Fuel By Stacked Brands

Let's Have A Closer Look At How TestoFuel Works And Why Testosterone Can Quickly And Easily Transform Your Physique. First of all, you'll be pleased to hear, the ingredients in TestoFuel are all natural and safe, yet very powerful. They have been carefully selected to ensure you feel the benefits of increased testosterone as quickly as possible. TestoFuel does not contain actual testosterone, it works by helping your body to release its own testosterone. Much better than the risk attached to taking synthetic testosterone in the form of steroids. Sometimes, for various reasons, your body may need a little help to produce sufficient quantities of testosterone. Your levels may be fine for a normal lifestyle, but when you're trying to build a jaw dropping physique, you need to raise your game. TestoFuel contains specifically selected nutrients, which have been shown to increase testosterone release in the body. More testosterone means more growth, bigger muscles, more energy, faster recovery and a host of other effects essential for bodybuilders. Imagine if you had a large dial which controlled your testosterone level. The nutrients in TestoFuel turn the dial to maximum, ensuring you have all you need to support the fastest growth possible. All Of The Following Ingredients In Testofuel, Have Been Chosen For Their Testosterone Boosting Power: Oyster Extract Oysters are very important when it comes to raising testosterone because they are one of the very best sources of zinc, containing 10X the zinc found in beef steak. And if you want healthy testosterone levels, zinc is essential. In fact a zinc deficiency can cause low testosterone levels, impotence, low sperm counts and a 57% increase in estrogen receptors. Estrogen in men is known to cause "man boobs". Not the kind of 'growth' you want, right? Importantly, oyster extract not only contains high levels of zinc but also all 59 trace elements needed by the body, including vitamins, amino acids, taurine, omega 3 & 6 fish oils, along with zinc's co-factors copper and manganese in a natural, balanced form. These are essential because taking zinc on its own can lead to imbalances in these trace elements.A lack of zinc can also cause overtraining as your hormones can become unbalanced, causing a lack of muscle and weight gains. We've already mentioned the importance of protein, or more importantly the amount of protein your body can synthesise and zinc is needed for RNA transferase, which is an enzyme involved in all protein synthesis in the body. So as you can see, Oyster Extract can help you to: Boost your testosterone levels safely and naturally Keep your Estrogen low to avoid the dreaded 'Man Boobs' Ensure more of the protein you consume is used to actually pack on the muscle. Decrease your chances of over training, which will hinder your progress. And it's huge vitamin, mineral and trace element profile will support your body and health in so many ways. In fact it's a testosterone boosting, multi vitamin/mineral in one supplement. Ginseng The herb Ginseng has also been shown to increases the body's production of testosterone, when taken regularly. It increases the sex hormones known to stimulate cell growth and boost testosterone levels. Ginseng also raises the levels of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and adrenaline in the body, as low levels of these 2 hormones are believed in turn to cause low testosterone levels. Fenugreek Fenugreek is a herb and a spice commonly found as an ingredient in curries. Australian researchers at the University of Queensland working with colleagues at Applied Science and Nutrition (ASN), found in a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study, that daily supplements containing an extract from fenugreek appeared to enhance male libido and normalize testosterone levels. Fenugreek seeds contain bioactive compounds called saponins, including one called diosgenin, which research suggests may be involved in the production of a number of sex hormones. 'It probably works to increase testosterone or androgen levels, which decrease with age. If it's proven to be safe, this is good news. Men with good sexual health live longer than those who without.' says Dr Raj Persad, consultant neurologist. Vitamin D Vitamin D is an essential nutrient and we normally produce it from exposure to sunlight. It is made in the skin when 7-dehydrocholesterol reacts with ultraviolet light. However, if you live in the UK or other colder countries you may well be deficient in vitamin D, due to too little exposure to direct sunlight. A new study in the European Journal of Endocrinology tested vitamin D and hormone levels in 3051 European men aged 40 to 79. The researchers discovered that men with vitamin D deficiency had significantly lower free testosterone and higher levels of oestradiol and leutenizing hormone, which can indicate hypogonadism and poor reproductive health. Vitamin D can support hormone production as there are receptors for this vitamin in the hypothalamus and pituitary glands, which produce hormones involved in metabolic and sexual health. Remember that sexual health is directly related to testosterone production. D-aspartic acid This amino acid plays a critical role in sperm cell and sex hormone production. Research has shown that D-aspartic acid may enhance luteinizing hormone and testosterone by 46% and 45.5% respectively, in only 13 days. An almost 50% increase in testosterone in less than 2 weeks is very impressive. Also, animal studies have shown that D-Aspartic acid can boost the levels of human growth hormone using the same pathways that HGH is produced in humans. Another powerful addition to the TestoFuel formula. The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2009 Oct 27 Topo E, Soricelli A, D'Aniello A, Ronsini S, D'Aniello G 1Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, 80121, Villa Comunale, 80121, Napoli, Italy. BACKGROUND: D-aspartic acid is an amino acid present in neuroendocrine tissues of invertebrates and vertebrates, including rats and humans. Here we investigated the effect of this amino acid on the release of LH and testosterone in the serum of humans and rats. Furthermore, we investigated the role of D-aspartate in the synthesis of LH and testosterone in the pituitary and testes of rats, and the molecular mechanisms by which this amino acid triggers its action. METHODS: For humans: A group of 23 men were given a daily dose of D-aspartate (DADAVIT) for 12 days, whereas another group of 20 men were given a placebo. For rats: A group of 10 rats drank a solution of either 20 mM D-aspartate or a placebo for 12 days. Then LH and testosterone accumulation was determined in the serum and D-aspartate accumulation in tissues. The effects of D-aspartate on the synthesis of LH and testosterone were gauged on isolated rat pituitary and Leydig cells. Tissues were incubated with D-aspartate, and then the concentration (synthesis) of LH and cGMP in the pituitary and of testosterone and cAMP in the Leydig cells was determined. RESULTS: In humans and rats, sodium D-aspartate induces an enhancement of LH and testosterone release. In the rat pituitary, sodium D-aspartate increases the release and synthesis of LH through the involvement of cGMP as a second messenger, whereas in rat testis Leydig cells, it increases the synthesis and release of testosterone and cAMP is implicated as second messenger. In the pituitary and in testes D-Asp is synthesized by a D-aspartate racemase which convert L-Asp into D-Asp. The pituitary and testes possesses a high capacity to trapping circulating D-Asp from hexogen or endogen sources. CONCLUSION: D-aspartic acid is a physiological amino acid occurring principally in the pituitary gland and testes and has a role in the regulation of the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats. Magnesium Another essential nutrient, the mineral Magnesium is needed by over 300 different enzymes and is also responsible for a host of processes in the body, including muscle and nerve relaxation, which are very important when you are working out. Without sufficient magnesium, calcium can overactivate the nerve, sending too many messages to the muscles causing them to overcontract and causing muscle fatigue, tension, soreness, cramps and spasms. Magnesium is needed for the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats and muscle cells can't store certain fuels unless plenty magnesium are available. More importantly, according to an article published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, it's been found that men with more magnesium in their blood seem to have higher amounts of free testosterone. Vitamin B6 Part of the B group of vitamins, Vitamin B6 is essential for many functions in your body, including testosterone production and regulation. It helps testosterone levels by stimulating androgen (a steroid hormone that acts as a precursor for testosterone ) receptors in your body, making your testes to produce testosterone. It may also suppress the use of natural estrogen, much like oyster extract, thereby amplifying testosterone production in your body. It helps testosterone levels by stimulating androgen (a steroid hormone that acts as a precursor for testosterone ) receptors in your body, making your testes to produce testosterone. It may also suppress the use of natural estrogen, much like oyster extract, thereby amplifying testosterone production in your body.

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