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TestroVax™
CLINICALLY TESTED FUNCTIONAL TESTOSTERONE BOOSTING COMPOUND*

HEALTHY TESTOSTERONE LEVELS ASSOCIATED WITH:
  • MUSCLE MASS GROWTH
  • INCREASED ENERGY
  • INTENSIFIED LIBIDO
A group of 43 men aged 27-37 years were divided into two groups: 1) the active Testosterone Booster compound group and 2) an indistinguishable placebo group. All subjects consumed their test product every morning at breakfast for 12 consecutive days, and blood samples were taken before treatment, after 6 and 12 days of treatment, and 3 days after stopping treatment. All blood samples were drawn between 9:30-10:30 am, a time of day when serum oscillations of testosterone are at their minimum. Results showed that serum testosterone levels in the active group were significantly increased compared to those of the placebo group over the course of the study, wherein the active TestosteroneBooster compound led to a 42% increase in testosterone after 12 days of use. Interestingly, 3 days after the suspension of treatment, testosterone was still increase 1.22 fold compared to baseline in the treatment group, showing a lasting effect.

Growth Factor-9™
CLINICALLY TESTED HORMONE SECRETAGOGUE MAXIMUM STRENGTH FORMULA*

682% MEAN INCREASE IN SERUM LEVELS*
In a recent, randomized, cross-over, double-blind clinical trial, men and women between 18 and 70 years of age were recruited. Subjects were scheduled for two testing sessions a week apart where, after an overnight fast, blood samples were drawn over a period of 120 minutes after consumption of either the proprietary Growth Factor-9 blend or placebo capsules. Neither the subjects nor the investigators knew at which session the subjects received the GF-9 blend and at which session they received the placebo. At the end of the study, the samples were tested for serum hormone levels, and the results were independently analyzed. The results: the GF-9 blend led to a 682% increase in serum hormone levels at 120 minutes, which was significant above and beyond placebo.*

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Stack Tasks to Form Healthy Habits

Stack Tasks to Form Healthy Habits
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New healthy habits can be tricky to adopt, especially when our schedules are already full. This has led researchers to look for ways we can incorporate new habits into our existing routines. For example, a recent article, reported on in the Wall Street Journal, suggested that commuting by biking or walking could turn your usual commute into exercise. More recently, USA Today interviewed several specialists in human behavior who reported that piggybacking or "stacking" healthy tasks (like doing a set of push-ups or meditating) with tasks that are already a part of your routine (like brushing your teeth or drinking your morning coffee) may help the new task stick. The idea is that doing the routine task acts as a trigger for the new task, linking them together in your mind and minimizing the amount of willpower you need to continue the new behavior. Ideally these new behaviors will then become as automatic as the old ones, forming a habit. If you want to give stacking tasks a try, here are some quick tips to get you started:
  • Find triggers that work for you. Pinpoint things you do every day, like brushing your teeth, taking a shower, or closing your laptop at the end of the day. These are your potential triggers.
  • Make specific plans. A specific action like taking a drink of water every time you hang up the phone is a better goal than a vague plan to "drink more water every day." Also, try to make the new task easy to do (in this case, you could set a bottle of water by the phone).
  • Start small. Limit time spent on the new task to five minutes or less. Increase the time once you are more comfortable with the task.
  • Zero-in on your goals. Stacking tasks is unlikely to work if you choose new tasks that you don't really want to do. You'll have the best shot at success if you choose tasks that you really want to turn into habits.

Source: USA Today

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