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Research Report: A New Breed Of Testosterone Amplification!

To build champion-caliber muscle, bodybuilders and elite athletes know that testosterone is the key to unlocking larger muscle gains. That's why scientists have been searching for new and novel ways to increase it... Learn more.

By: MuscleTech

Article Summary:
  • The benefits of the hormone testosterone have been known for years.
  • MyTosterone can boost testosterone levels and reduce DHT.
  • The study on MyTosterone used blood samples for greater accuracy.
  • It's time to forget testosterone-boosting ingredients like Tribulus and Testofen; there's a new king of testosterone boosters and it's been clinically proven to jack up testosterone levels while dramatically reducing the unwanted metabolite dihydrotestosterone (DHT)!

    For years, bodybuilders have known of the powerful muscle-building effects of the hormone testosterone. It's the driving factor behind every world record, feat of strength or Mr. Olympia physique.

    Remember that guy in your grade school who had a beard before anyone else? He was probably genetically predisposed to have higher testosterone levels at an early age. But, for the most part, humans have testosterone levels that can limit achieving maximum muscle growth, strength and accelerated recovery.

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    To build champion-caliber muscle, bodybuilders and elite athletes know that testosterone is the key to unlocking larger muscle gains. That's why scientists have been searching for new and novel ways to increase testosterone levels safely and effectively.

    After many failed attempts and countless false promises, a breakthrough study conducted by Triarco Industries, Inc. has developed a revolutionary complex that's been clinically proven to jack up testosterone levels while reducing unwanted DHT.

    In late 2008, Triarco Industries, Inc. reported that one of their studies on a new complex would be published in the Journal of the International Society for Sports Nutrition. This study examined the effects that a testosterone-amplifying complex - called MyTosterone - had on healthy male test subjects.

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    The results definitively proved that MyTosterone increased testosterone to maximum physiological levels while at the same time decreased conversion to the unwanted metabolite, DHT. Maximum physiological levels of testosterone represent the uppermost limit within the normal range for men. Anything higher would be considered supraphysiological.

    MyTosterone is a precise combination of the carotenoid astaxanthin from Haematococcus pluvialis and Saw Palmetto berry lipid extract from Serenoa repens. When administered to healthy adults, the average mean testosterone levels of test subjects increased from a baseline level of 6,241.5 pg/mL to over 10,000 pg/mL!

    But the truly amazing discovery was that as testosterone levels went through the roof, DHT levels were actually significantly reduced. One key point of this study was that testosterone levels were measured through multiple blood samples taken throughout the 14-day study.

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    Blood samples, when compared to other testing methods such as saliva tests, are a better indication of what testosterone levels really are.

    In salivary tests, supplemental compounds that report extraordinary testosterone increases may be false positives - meaning that the tests indicate a testosterone increase when, in reality, the result was not a true increase in serum testosterone, but merely the detection of residual traces of the compound being tested. These residual traces of key compounds in a test subjects' salivary sample could dramatically alter the true result a compound has on testosterone levels.

    MyTosterone works by fighting testosterone's conversion - or biotransformation - to the highly androgenic hormone DHT. This biotransformation from testosterone to DHT occurs when testosterone is bound by the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase.

    MyTosterone works to safely and effectively block the 5-alpha-reductase enzyme, allowing newly abundant stores of testosterone to be present in the blood stream. This is very important because testosterone can increase the metabolic signal to increase protein synthesis and nitrogen retention, which forces your body to increase muscle-building and promotes mass gains.

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    As of right now, one supplement company has managed to perfect and patent a testosterone amplifier containing MyTosterone. This complex is truly the next big thing in bodybuilding and as the clinical results prove, MyTosterone is powerful enough to jack up testosterone in any bodybuilder or athlete who's looking for a competitive edge.

    Research Report: A New Breed Of Testosterone Amplification!

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