Solid Steel Occurs When Secret Agents Arise To Fight ED Naturally

Now that we’ve dug out most of the toxic roots of erection dysfunction and understand how important it is to reduce stress in my previous blog, we’re going to dive a little deeper into some more mindbody agents, which continue to reduce stress, while building more sexual potency to fight ED naturally.

Secret Agent #1 – Testosterone 

I recently saw an ad on the Internet from an athletic looking male who was 28 years old selling a supplement for boosting testosterone and libido and I thought to myself: “What does this guy know about loss of testosterone or sexual potency?”  

He even claimed that a scientist had discovered that the rate of testosterone production never decreases throughout your entire life.  

Unfortunately, the “real science” has proven time and time again that once a man gets to around the age of 30, a slow decline in the production of the hormone testosterone occurs.  

As an extremely healthy male well over 40 I can say with absolute certainty that various components of aging come into play that are simply undeniable.  One of those is the decline in our natural ability to produce testosterone.

I can also say with absolute certainty, if someone is pitching a product to address loss of sexual potency, testosterone and raising a rock hard boner on command has never experienced this themselves, they’re probably more interested in the greenbacks in your wallet than the frustration and embarrassment in your heart. 

I add this little story simply because I know how vulnerable and desperate men can be in a crisis like ED.  Fortunately, help is on the way as we have some incredibly powerful solutions just ahead.

All The Wonders Of The Big T (Testosterone)

If you’re not already in the know, testosterone isn’t just responsible for giving us full and frequent erections, it’s also the key hormone inside of your body, which affects bone and muscle mass, fat storage, the rate of red blood cell production, and it even contributes to your overall mood.

Basically, right around the time you enter your thirties, your testosterone production starts to slow down and begins a steady decline. By the time we reach our forties, lower production of testosterone can be felt as a lack of energy, lower sex drive, weight gain, mood swings, and depression. 

Do Any Of These Symptoms Sound Familiar?

They should, they are the start of a widely known epidemic known as “the midlife crisis.” This is the time in our lives where we are actively looking to reclaim whatever we believed we lost along with our youth. 

To compensate we may buy new cars, date younger women, go to more parties, and sometimes even try on a whole new image, all in the hopes that it will take away our negative feelings of “getting older.”  

More often than not, what we don’t realize is that in large part what we are really searching for is a way to replace the testosterone our body no longer produces; so remember this one:

Midlife Crisis Is A Sign Of Low Testosterone

But truth be told, this isn’t the only reason for mid life crisis.  So let me quickly address the other part which interestingly enough leads us right back to that #1 regret in life we mentioned earlier: Not having the courage to live a life true to oneself but rather, doing what was expected.

In regards to the testosterone drop from aging, this depends on lifestyle habits and genetics. For example, people age at different rates and so too does the drop in testosterone. But regardless of these differences, your age is not the sole factor in whether or not you experience sexual slowdown and low T.  

While men depend on testosterone for things like building muscle, growing a beard and creating a deeper voice, research also shows that weight control can be added to that list.

The Testosterone Weight Connection

Associate clinical professor of urology at Harvard Medical School and director and founder of Men’s Health Boston, Dr. Abraham Morgentaler confirms this connection by telling us: 

“Multiple studies have shown men with low testosterone have a higher percentage of body fat than men with higher testosterone.”

Fortunately, there is good news here as the testosterone weight connection can function in your favor and act as one of the most powerful contributors to stronger erections and sexual performance.  

In a 2013 review of weight loss and its effects on testosterone, published in the European Journal of Endocrinology, researchers found that weight loss alone -without testosterone therapy- was associated with increases in testosterone levels.

Additionally, a German observational study published in the journal Obesity found that weight loss was an added bonus for men with low testosterone who were taking testosterone replacement therapy. In summary, the men in this study took testosterone supplements for five years and lost an average of 36 pounds and 3.5 inches off their waists.

So testosterone is clearly tied to your weight. In fact, it wouldn’t be much of a stretch to say that:

Your weight and your levels of testosterone are inversely related – when one goes up the other one goes down. 

Obviously, there is a point where losing too much weight can be detrimental, but with obesity at epidemic proportions I think its safe to say that if you want your soldier to stand tall, you’ll need to get your weight under control.   

But before you go out and buy a bunch of testosterone replacement therapy, just know this is also a short-term solution and does not address the root of the problem.

The problem is that physiologically, the relationship between low testosterone and weight gain in men can become a vicious cycle.

Chairman of the urology department at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City Dr. David Samadi explains: 

“Body fat contains an enzyme that converts testosterone into estrogens… Having extra estrogens triggers the body to slow its production of testosterone. The less testosterone you make, the more belly fat you accumulate, and so on and… the more fat you carry around, the faster you’ll burn through the already low testosterone levels in your body.”

In other words, if you’re carrying extra pounds, your testosterone levels will be low and instead of becoming a pussy banging hero you’ll more likely be relegated to lazy couching potato.  

This is straight talk my friend, because I’m here to help you, not sugar coat things and prolong your pain. So if you really want to get your soldier to stand tall again and solute your partner, listen closely.

If your energy and motivation to get off the couch and burn that fat is low, just know it’s only going to get worse. As time goes on, you’ll continue to gain weight, melt further into that couch and the days of romping around in the sack will most likely become a memory of the past.  

To get you back in the sack and make you a love making hero again, at this point it’s absolutely crucial to identify when things start to go south and enact some countermeasures before your mind and body are beyond repair.  

To do this I’m going to ask you some important questions, which will shed some light on your challenges and reveal a clear path ahead. Be honest and notice which of the following, if any, apply to your particular circumstance.

  • Do you fall prey to the tendency of rationalization by telling yourself “I’m only five or ten pounds overweight,” which may have already turned into 15 or 30 pounds? 
  • Do your everyday tasks, such as walking and climbing steps seem to require more effort to complete than in the past? 
  • Is your breathing heavy?
  • Do you need energy drinks and a lot of coffee because you’re tired more often?
  • Do you feel like you’ve lost a lot of your desire to be active?
  • Do you overeat and feel stuffed, like you need to take a nap after eating or suffer from heartburn?

If you feel any of the above apply to you, chances are you’re overeating, carrying extra weight and it’s slowly killing you. Yes, I know that may be strong language, but again, I’m not here to sugar coat things. I’m here to help you learn, grow and set yourself free from the prison of disempowered beliefs.   

In regards to food “killing you,” it’s important we reflect on that for a second, because these symptoms are all similar to the ones experienced by people who are actually on their deathbeds.

Really, just because we are offered excess amounts of food doesn’t mean we have to eat it all, nor does it mean we have to starve ourselves in order to adhere to what we believe constitutes a healthy body. 

The real challenge lies in being self-honest about our day-to-day habits and identifying which ones help build testosterone and which ones aid in our downfall or relegation to the couch.

When it comes to nutrition, what you think may be contributing to your weight gain may not be what you were taught in high school nutrition or from the Today Show.  

For example, the old paradigm of whole grains as the most important food group and fat as the least important has now been officially debunked not only by most doctors but also by the government.

It turns out that eating more healthy fats actually helps you lose weight, while eating excessive carbohydrates makes you gain weight. And when it comes to erections, since we need blood flow, when you eat too much of anything you clog up the pipes and blood doesn’t flow.

Nutrition and diet are obviously an in-depth topic with lots of solutions and since it’s out of the scope of this training I highly recommend reading my book The Power Diet which has helped thousands of people lose weight without having to give up tasty foods. To find out more visit this link here:

For now, I recommend staying away from all wheat products, as one of its ingredients WGA (wheat germ agglutinin) is a lectin (reactive protein) built into the plant to protect itself from predators. While all plants have these lectins, this particular one can do major harm and according to Dr. Steven Gundry, has been found to cause heart disease and weight gain. 

If you’d like to learn more about some specific erection boosting foods, grab a copy of Man Up– The Ultimate Guide To Natural ED Cures.

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