Natural Testosterone Boosting Supplements And Pill

Testosterone boosters are relatively expensive. If you have many medical conditions or consider to take medication to naturally boost your testosterone levels then it is advisable to check out which kind of testosterone booster best suits your needs. However, if you are considering a personal test booster to help you reach your target of muscle gain or have greater energy you should also think of this supplement as well.

If your condition is low testosterone then taking testosterone may help boost your testosterone levels enough to see some improvement. More often than not, people don’t realize that the sex drive, or libido, in the body of a young man is actually pretty fragile. In fact, lower testosterone levels can cause weight gain, loss of muscle mass, depression, and lower moods. Low testosterone levels may also affect the structure and function of the pituitary gland. According to many studies, the function of the pituitary gland is hindered in men whose testosterone levels are low. This can be the underlying reason behind some of the more common symptoms associated with low testosterone. One thing is certain, there are many ways to increase testosterone, many of which are covered in our eBook “Transforming Your Sexuality”. Additionally, taking natural testosterone boosters can help in achieving the testosterone needs of women to achieve true sexual satisfaction.

What Is The Optimal Testosterone Level? The optimal testosterone level is a good guess that is derived from a number of factors. It ranges from 200ngdl to 1,000ngdl. If you have any doubts about the value of testosterone therapy then we recommend to contact your physician. Some experts advocate going up to 1,000ngdl. Why Should I Take Testosterone? Having increased testosterone levels will make you a man. Boosting testosterone can enhance a wide range of health benefits. Testosterone has been shown to help in building muscle mass, burning fat, increasing libido and sexual satisfaction. The men in the world today are suffering from problems like low testosterone levels and low sexual desire.

If you have a medical condition that might require testosterone therapy then your doctor is the best person to find out the effects of your testosterone dose in managing these symptoms. In all cases the goal of an all natural testosterone boost is to increase testosterone levels to the optimum level. Not all men who are looking to increase testosterone levels should follow a testosterone booster regimen. However, a number of individual men who are aiming for better athletic performance, stronger bones, and greater energy will benefit from taking testosterone.

High-Quality Testosterone Booster vs. Low-Quality Testosterone Booster

Testosterone boosters can be classified into two categories. The first are generally known as Testosterone Enhancing Supplements, or TES. These are used primarily to boost the levels of testosterone, which is a key hormone that determines men’s physical performance, growth, and quality of life. The main purpose of the TES is to reduce the ratio of testosterone to sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). Low testosterone levels result in reduced libido and affect not only your physical performance, but your emotional well-being as well. If you have one or more of the following symptoms while taking a testosterone booster supplement, you should not use it: There are certain side effects of some of the testosterone boosters such as cardiac problems, dizziness, dry skin, pain, constipation, increased skin tags and hair growth, and a testosterone reaction. The most important warning that you need to be aware of is to take the supplements safely. They may not be appropriate for everyone.

What are the side effects of testosterone booster products? Of course, taking a testosterone booster supplement can have side effects. You need to be aware of them and the way you take the supplement can influence whether they occur or not. The most common side effects of testosterone boosters are muscle growth, a tendency towards receding hairline, and a feeling of build up in the testicles. Whether you suffer from side effects or not will depend on your individual susceptibility. Some men will get side effects from taking their testosterone booster without any warning while other men will experience very severe side effects such as cardiac arrest, liver damage, or even heart failure.

If you have experienced side effects related to your supplementation, make sure that you discontinue using the product immediately. Also make sure that you consult your doctor if you continue to feel these symptoms after discontinuing the use of the testosterone booster. Is the Testosterone Booster Safe for Men? The effects of taking the testosterone booster are very similar to taking regular testosterone. The main difference is that you’re in regular contact with the testosterone. When taking the testosterone booster, you are also releasing a portion of the hormone naturally. One important thing to remember is that not all men will experience side effects when taking a testosterone booster. Testosterone boosters can’t be guaranteed safe for everyone and the main reason that they are not is because the majority of people have genetic defects that cause low testosterone levels.

Meal Plan for Eating Disorder Recovery

Thick sourdough bread slathered in real butter and strawberry preserves. Whole milk blended up with protein powder and almond butter. This is my Monday morning breakfast. This meal plan follows the diet from the keto pure diet | stylish magazine.

Wait a minute, gluten-filled bread? Real butter and whole milk? Blasphemy! This is a gluten –free and dairy-free blog, right?

That time has passed. I am welcoming in all the foods. No restrictions, I just take my appetite suppressant and eat healthy portions. 

I have battled an eating disorder for ten years. Evidence of that is written all over this blog. My eating disorder is why I started  cooking, I knew i want to get better and last fall I recommitted to weekly therapy sessions with an ED (eating disorder) specialist, and I began to cook. I described Sparkle Kitchen in our first meeting the fog began to lift. My special protocols and elimination diets were blatantly feeding my disease.   

Cheddar cubes and raw carrots. 10am snack.

My therapist recommends using the following guideline to avoid any ED triggers:


I was intermittent fasting when I met my current therapist. And I was spiraling into daily panic attacks and binging to calm myself. It wasn’t pretty. Any type of restrictive diet sets my eating disorder in motion so the daily meal guide above allows me to feel safe; safety in knowing that another meal is in sight and I don’t have to compensate for eating more or less.

Salmon sushi with a mixed greens salad.

Sometimes food isn’t the solution.  I believed eating the most nourishing foods would cure my ailments. All the pain and discomfort of a leaky gut would resolve itself if I just followed the right diet.

Diet can help if you know what your body needs. But I didn’t know, I was merely guessing.  

I enlisted the help of a nutritional biochemist to run a full panel of testing. The results were more or less expected. Minor case of leaky gut, no gluten sensitivity, a bit of candida overgrowth, very low zinc levels and my thyroid T3 and T4 hormones were in the functionally low range.

Three years of sardines, organ meats, coconut oil, seaweed and bone broth and I still had these issues.

The nutritional biochemist suggested a series of supplements over a three-month period. No custom diet. I eat anything and everything.

My therapist explained how denying certain foods can put your body in shock when it does encounter a “forbidden” treat. Whether this is founded in science I’m uncertain, but I can definitely attest to the placebo effect. Sugar is/was my trigger food and every time I indulged I would feel awful, full blown sugar hangover. Ninety percent of that is/was guilt. Guilt of putting a “no” food into my body and the possibility of it impacting my weight.

Plain yogurt and banana. Or chocolate chips stirred into crunchy peanut butter.

Sautéed bok choy, chicken burger.

I spent a week in the hospital in college. The result was misdiagnosed Crohn’s disease.

I’d suffered from severe abdominal pain since both my parents remarried at age ten. At the time, no one thought to correlate the two and I traveled from doctor to doctor for years with no accurate diagnosis.

Stress wreaks havoc on our bodies, taking shape in a myriad of ailments. Mine rooted in my bowels.  I didn’t have the necessary tools to process my stress as a child so my body responded the only way it knew how, stomach pain. While I suppressed the emotional pains of my life, my abdomen did the screaming instead.

Glass of milk and a bit of dark chocolate.

Improv comedy has the “Yes, and…” rule of thumb that I’ve incorporated into my eating philosophy.  I say “yes” to all the foods. And add a scoop of ice cream to my slice of pie.

Zucchini Noodle Greek Pasta

Zucchini Noodle Greek Pasta
Makes 4 servings.

4 cups spiralized zucchini noodles
½ cup radishes, sliced
1 bunch asparagus, trimmed and chopped
14-16 shrimp, peeled, frozen or raw
1 tablespoon olive oil, divided
½ teaspoon salt
2-3 teaspoons seasoning mix (recipe below)
½ teaspoon fish sauce
¼ cup parsley

1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon basil
¼ teaspoon thyme
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
½ teaspoon dill
½ teaspoon marjoram
½ teaspoon arrowroot starch
½ teaspoon black pepper
1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Toss radishes and asparagus with ½ tablespoon olive oil and ¼ teaspoon salt. Roast 15 minutes. Set aside.
  • In a large pot, bring 6 cups of water to a boil. Add the shrimp and boil 3 minutes until pink. Drain water and set aside.
  • In a large skillet, add ½ tablespoon olive oil over medium heat. Add the zucchini noodles, sprinkle with ¼ teaspoon salt and sauté for 3-5 minutes.
  • Pour the zucchini noodles, shrimp and roasted vegetables into a large bowl. Add in the seasoning mix, fish sauce and parsley. Stir until well incorporated.
  • Serve warm or room temperature.


Zucchini Noodle Greek Pasta