What is TESTROGAIN® RX-100?
TESTROGAIN® RX-100 contains a new enhanced formula with Tongkat designed to maximise relative testosterone levels and activate the muscle building processes. It contains a natural blend of testosterone and luteinising hormone (LH) boosters combined with aromatase (antiestrogen) and DHT inhibitors. Testosterone is the master male hormone. Supplementing with TESTROGAIN® may help improve natural testosterone levels, to increase male sex drive, strengthen bones, muscles, decrease body fat, improve thinking ability, boost energy levels and guard against the onset of depression and heart disease.
• Increase Testosterone levels
• Increase Stamina
• Muscle repair, rebuild and growth
• Increase energy
• Decrease body fat
• Increase muscle mass
• Increase strength
• Increase virility
What is Tongkat?
Tongkat is known to support male hormonal balance (including testosterone availability), build and tones muscle, boost energy levels, decrease body fat and slow the ageing process. Tongkat extract greatly increases ATP production. ATP, or adenosine triphosphate, is the basic unit of energy in the body, responsible for keeping us alive and going. By increasing ATP, overall energy and vitality are increased. Most people seek more energy and Tongkat provides it, without hyper-stimulation, jittery nerves or insomnia. Promoting human energy production is a valuable health benefit by itself to make Tongkat an enduring botanical superstar. People want energy more than just about any other functional attribute. Endocrinologists have known for a long time that testosterone increases the body’s ratio of lean muscle mass to fat.
What is testosterone?
Testosterone is the primary sex hormone produced in men’s bodies. It helps maintain sex drive and the production of sperm cells. Mood is also affected by testosterone, and low levels of the hormone can cause severe and prolonged depression as well as fatigue. Testosterone is produced in the testes and the outer part of the adrenal glands called the adrenal cortex.
First you’ll need to maximise your relative testosterone levels (“relative” to substances that counter it). Second, you need to keep your testosterone levels within reasonable and normal ranges.
Newton-Everett Biotech® is offering the all-in-one, ultimate steroid replacement, called TESTROGAIN® RX-100. No more confusion, no more wasting money on partly-effective substances.
Why is TESTROGAIN® RX-100 a superior testosterone booster?
It has the substances with the best research supporting them, in the right dosages in all four categories. No one has even proposed such a complete natural mixture!
Can low testosterone levels cause other problems?
Men with low testosterone can become frail, lose muscle mass and suffer bone fractures due to osteoporosis. Men who are testosterone-deficient may be more likely to experience depression and reduced quality-of-life than men who produce adequate amounts of the hormone.
How does ageing affect the body’s ability to make testosterone?
Not only does the amount of testosterone produced decline with age, the morning spike of testosterone seen in young men is blunted in older men. The pituitary glands of older men also may produce less luteinising hormone (LH), which decreases testosterone production. Testosterone in aging men is more likely to bind to sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), which reduces the amount of freely circulating testosterone that is available to the body.
Why would a doctor suspect that someone has a low level of testosterone?
Symptoms related to low testosterone include: decreased sex drive, erectile dysfunction (ED), lowered sperm count, increased breast size (a condition called gynecomastia), hot flashes, increased irritability, trouble concentrating and depression. Men who have a severe and prolonged reduction of testosterone also may experience loss of body hair, reduced muscle mass and bone fractures due to osteoporosis. Certain medical conditions also can cause the condition.
Testosterone Boosters and Testosterone Support:
1) ZMA 100mg
ZMA is perhaps the best testosterone boosters currently available. ZMA is a mineral-support formula designed to increase natural levels of muscle building hormones. In fact, if taken as recommended, ZMA may help to increase free testosterone while also boosting IGF-1 levels.
What is ZMA and where does it come from?
ZMA is a mineral formula specifically designed with Zinc Monomethionine Aspartate plus Magnesium Aspartate and vitamin B-6. This all-natural product may help to increase hormone levels that support muscle building efforts.
What does it do and what scientific studies give evidence to support this?
Zinc and Magnesium are commonly depleted from your body. Supplementing with 30mg of Zinc and 450mg of Magnesium per day may help to reduce zinc and magnesium deficiency and help to elevate testosterone levels. This may result in improved muscle strength, boosted immunity, and a reduced risk of cardiovascular problems.
2) Zinc (as zinc picolinate) 50mg
In the past few years, zinc has resurfaced as a very important nutrient in growth and healing. And, to scientists, the results of recent studies showing a relation between zinc and testosterone probably come as no great surprise. After all, the mineral zinc has been implicated in growth processes since the early part of this century. Only recently has it gotten the attention it’s deserved. Although scientists have known of the association between zinc status and testosterone levels, this relationship has always been noted in patients with certain diseases. However, studies have shed new light on zinc supplements as a way to increase plasma testosterone and sperm count in infertile, but otherwise healthy men.
Your testosterone level, and with it your ability to add muscular size, can decrease rapidly and drastically when any of the following is true: You’re eating a diet low in zinc (common for many bodybuilders); you’re exercising regularly and vigorously; you’re female and taking birth control pills.
Researchers have found a positive correlation between serum zinc plasma testosterone production and the production of other important hormones including DHT.
In one study a direct link between zinc, and testosterone production was shown in 37 men with idiopathic infertility for 5 years or more. After the oral administration of zinc, testosterone production and DHT production increased, as did the sperm count. Nine wives became pregnant, six within 3 months and three within 2 months of a second trial.(1)
There are dangers associated with larger dosages of zinc. Toxic reactions can occur with 500-mg doses (33 times the RDA), and risks include increased chance of heart disease due to elevated cholesterol. Excess zinc interacts with other minerals, such as copper and iron. In fact, zinc supplementation has produced iron-deficiency anemia in animals.
So what’s the right dosage? 50 mg is recommended to stimulate positive effects without getting near toxicity levels.
Natural Luteinising Hormone (LH) Boosters
3) Tribulus Terrestris Extract 150mg
Tribulus terrestris is an herbal extract that has only recently been available.
Natural Aromatase Inhibitors (Anti-Estrogen)
Aromatase is an enzyme that converts androstenedione to oestrone (which leads to an increase in the amount of circulating estrogen). Of course, this is not good for anyone wanting to maximise muscle tissue and minimise fat deposition. Some chemicals attempt to get in the way of aromatase, blocking this conversion. We’ve got the perfect dosage of the most effective anti-estrogen compounds:
4) Purified Soy Isoflavone Concentrate 200mg (40% isoflavones)
Where the isoflavones come from is very important. There’s something very distinctive about soy isoflavones. They appear to block the conversion of androstenedione to oestrone more effectively than any other substance; it’s like a natural Nolvadex.
Even the editors of HealthNews, from the publishers of The New England Journal of Medicine, when citing the exceptional health of Japanese women ingesting high amounts of isoflavones, write “Your goal should be to work up to 25 to 45 milligrams of isoflavones a day–the amount consumed by the average Japanese woman.” TESTROGAIN® RX-100 has 80mg.
As you know, the testes secrete several male sex hormones, which are collectively called androgens–testosterone, DHT, and androstenedione. When secreted, testosterone dwarfs the other two in concentration, so most people just refer to testosterone when discussing androgenic and muscle building effects of these hormones. Following secretion by the testes, most of the testosterone becomes loosely bound with either plasma albumin or a beta-globulin called gonadal steroid-binding globulin and circulates in the blood for about 20 minutes. By that time, it either adheres to tissues or becomes degraded into inactive products that are subsequently excreted. Much, if not most, of the testosterone that adheres to tissues is converted within the cells to DHT (a smaller amount goes to 5-alpha-androstanediol), commonly referred to as DHT. This is why we say that testosterone is converted to DHT at target tissues. Every target tissue, from the prostate to muscle cells, sees this conversion to some degree.
The rationale behind DHT inhibitors is that (a) if the conversion of testosterone to DHT is blocked, testosterone will remain in the bloodstream longer to positively affect and activate the muscle building processes within muscle cells; and (b) since DHT is associated with some unwanted physiological effects, these can be minimised by blocking DHT.
5) Saw Palmetto Extract 120mg
Saw palmetto, Serenoa repens, is an extract from a tropical palm-like plant. It has achieved a reputation of being able to block the conversion of testosterone to DHT at certain target tissues. Although much of the evidence for this potential DHT inhibition is from anecdotal reports, when it comes to longevity in the health food industry, few substances have stood the test of time as has saw palmetto. Even many physicians recommend its use as a form of alternative medicine when DHT inhibition is sought. Saw palmetto has been proven to be effective in inhibiting DHT conversion..(2)
1. K. Nahoul, A. Netter. Effect of Zinc Administration on Plasma Testosterone, DHT, and Sperm Count. Arch Androl. 1981 Aug;7(1):69-73.
2. Marks LS, Hess DL. Tissue effects of saw palmetto and finasteride: use of biopsy cores for in situ quantification of prostatic androgens. Urology. 2001 May;57(5):999-1005.