This is going to sound harsh, if you are estrogen dominant, you are missing out.
Our grandfathers back in the day had an unfair advantage, they were physically and mentally stronger. They had plenty of testosterone.
As science now shows, men today are being feminised by estrogen. 3
First, there is an over 2-fold drop in testosterone.
Second, as this study found 3, large increases in the amount of testosterone converted to estrogen under the action of the enzyme aromatase may also contribute to hypogonadism.
This is going to sound dramatic and like an attention grab: the video below will challenge your understanding of reality.
It reveals why you self-sabotage, have low energy and testosterone and struggle to get a lean muscular body.
You can become testosterone dominant naturally. But first, you must understand how this happened.
This video will worry you, but excite you at the same time. I will place the science on the table, and reveal how to become testosterone dominant like our grandfathers were.
In 2016 when I was 45, I felt like I was losing my edge.
I’d wake up most mornings not knowing if I’d have the energy to take the day on. I thought this was “normal” because the gurus say to fight through the tough days, right?
And the current dogma is that as we age, we become increasingly tired, fatter and our testosterone is on the decline? Or is it?
It all came to a head in October 2017 with a visit to my Doctor told me this is normal aging.
But deep down I had a feeling that wasn’t true.
I discovered 2018 what is believed to be “normal aging” is actually a product of a neurotoxic lifestyle that slows the brain.
As a result, our body gets old faster and crashes our entire five hormonal systems. And the older we get the harder it becomes to reverse and recover.
In late 2017 I reached out to a mentor after watching Dr Ken Berry, MD, on YouTube, and reading his book: Lies My Dr Told Me, In doing so, I discovered the first of 4 critical steps to finally having high optimal testosterone and vitality at 50.
If this sounds like BS—so be it. I have energy as I did as a teenager. And a lean muscular body I can easily maintain. And I finally feel like I am a man on a mission and unstoppable.
But back in 2017, that was NOT the case.
In the first conversation with my mentor back then he told me: “Mark if you’re having any more than a few off days a month, you’re doing something wrong! If you feel anxious, stressed or tired, there is a specific cause.”
I thought to myself, if that’s the case, I’m defiantly doing something wrong… how much progress would I make and how good would I feel if that were true.
Before learning that, I thought I knew it all, but as it turns out, I didn’t know much at all.
As Donald Rumsfeld famously said: “As we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.”
The “unknown unknowns” was the only reason I thought at 47 that I was on the decline. I thought this was natural ageing, it is not.
If I did not keep searching for another way, I would be struggling in all areas of my life. Business, personal, physical, and my relationship with myself.
Let’s address the elephant in the room. It sounds like a stretch, it sounds like there is no way you can get the results you want.
That’s what I thought. And why I got help from experts like my friend and mentor, Dr Anthony Jay, PhD. Dr Ken Berry, MD. And many other experts from all walks of life.
I realised that I was no expert, I failed over and over again by using the same or similar strategies I always had.
As Einstein said: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”
You can become the energetic, driven and muscular man you were born to be.
As men, we are missing out and being denied. We are losing our earning potential and both physical and cognitive potential.
In fact, scientists have shown that the human brain has evolved to increase in size and IQ as we age. But the typical 82-year-old brain (see below) is diseased because of the neurotoxic lifestyle we put it through.
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If we give the brain what it needs to thrive and grow, the body and mind thrive too.
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My mentors helped me create Rebuild and Thrive for men.
These people are experts in nutrition, hormones and sexual performance, are my secret weapon. They have given me the blueprint to master all areas of my life.
- Calm, grace and confidence
- The gym and muscle building
- Handel stress like a BOSS while others fall down around you.
- Performance in the bedroom
- Performance in my career to increase my earning potential
- How to drive the supercomputer in my head to kick butt in life
They revealed the root causes of my low testosterone, like environmental toxicity, gut health, and chronic stress and inflammation. These are the ultimate causes of self-doubt, anxiety, resentment and poor health.
Rebuild and Thrive helps men with their four biggest problems: low testosterone, weight gain, low energy, and feeling stressed.
Seems like a stretch, I know. That is why I needed help from experts like Dr Ken Berry, MD and Dr Anthony Jay, PhD.
You’ll learn how to age like a super stud with the sex drive of a viral man—and the ability to build muscle, feel mentally strong…and look younger than your mates.
Would you like Dr Jay and my help to fix this?
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2. Thomas G. Travison, Andre B. Araujo, Amy B. O’Donnell, Varant Kupelian, John B. McKinlay, A Population-Level Decline in Serum Testosterone Levels in American Men, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Volume 92, Issue 1, January 2007, Pages 196–202
3. Stanworth RD, Jones TH. Testosterone for the aging male; current evidence and recommended practice. Clin Interv Aging. 2008;3(1):25-44. doi:10.2147/cia.s190