Brandon Snyder con The Ultimate Testosterone Supplementation Guide: Learn which foods & supplements are scientifically proven to support natural testosterone
You are what you eat as well as what you supplement with, so understand everything you put in your body.As you likely know by now, NattyLife is a simple abbreviation of ‘natural lifestyle’ and an effort to empower our modern lifestyles and behaviors to adopt (or return to) behaviors that optimize our internal physiology, namely our hormonal endocrine system. Living with optimized testosterone, growth hormone, estrogen, DHT, cortisol, insulin, and others have a profound impact on our performance, well being, health and physicality. Amidst the scattered world of fitness and nutrition today, I firmly believe that hormonal physiology is the missing component preventing many people from living their fullest, strongest life. The fitness and supplement industry is catching on to hormonal health, however, and every month I see new and stranger forms of supplementation hitting the market promising to “radically boost your testosterone today!” and magically transform you into a manly, virile alpha silverback. Let me be abundantly clear—the vast majority of these supplement claims are garbage. The biggest supplementation is their wallets being supplemented with your cash as they prey on the self esteem or desperation of others who may need real help. I personally have wasted thousands of dollars in my early years on supplements that were ineffective or even unhealthy. Since the vast majority of market supplements are filled with cheap fillers, artificial ingredients, or the always suspicious ‘proprietary blend,’ I created this guide to help you sort through the supplement swamp. Further, behind the slick packaging and marketing, there are a handful of the same ingredients you will notice over and over within the various brands. Armed with this guide, you now have an ally in referencing and better understanding these ingredients and which ones are backed by actual research studies/ evidence versus those that are less effective. At the end of this guide, I will provide an overview to help you consider what supplements may be worth actually incorporating into your diet. Here’s a hint: it is probably not the brand-name test supplements you are used to seeing in ads or so-called health stores.Naturally maximizing your testosterone and optimizing your hormones is 90% about specific diet and lifestyle adaptations. That being said, I too want to get that last 10% of benefit and do supplement with a specific handful of key vitamins, minerals, and natural supplements. After all, depending on where you live, it can be a real challenge in today’s modern food industry to obtain all the proper nutrition necessary to support and optimize an athletic lifestyle.