Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Learn More About Testosterone Replacement (TRT) and Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy Experts In Jupiter, Florida.

Discover The Benefits Of TRT In A Professional Clinic With Experienced Doctors, Who Understand The Need For Testosterone Replacement Therapy.

As all people are fairly unique and the symptoms of having low testosterone levels will produce vastly different effects from one individual to another. Similarly the benefits bio identical hormone replacement therapy will vary as well. After you contact, and set up a free consultation, we will be able to address several of the signs and symptoms to determine if TRT is the right solution for you. 

Quite often, low testosterone (or hypogonadism) Will produce some very predictable symptoms. Feelings of fatigue and a diminished sex drive are some of the more common and universal problems associated with this condition. Often other people will experience weight gain and reduced muscle mass and definition. Mood swings are not uncommon and often men suffer will experience depression but associate it with other causes. 

Some of these symptoms may be related to low T, however there is a chance that there are other underlying medical conditions that are contributing to these symptoms. Heart disease, prostate cancer and diabetes, just to name a few. That's why its important to speak with and have an exam from a board certified, licensed physician with experience and knowledge in hormone therapy and treatment. 

What are some of the most common benefits reported from TRT?

  • Improved mood and self-confidence
  • Reduced body fat
  • Increase muscle mass
  • Increase bone density
  • Greater motive
  • Improved levels of athletic performance and greater strength
  • Ability to achieve and maintain erections
  • Improved sleep patterns
  • Improve insulin sensitivity
  • Better mental focus and concentration
  • Improved motivation

If the treatment program is adhered to, it can be about four weeks for the body begin to show results. If proper diet,  supplementation and exercise are incorporated simultaneously the results can be quite profound.  It's important to carefully weigh all of your options and speak to a licensed board-certified physician when considering options and looking at the treatment plans available. Hormone replacement therapy may not be for everyone, but for those who do qualify and  start therapy, the results are overwhelmingly positive.

If you have any questions or would like to speak in detail to one of our clinical experts, please contact us today at and we'll get back to you shortly or Call 561-277-8260 and Schedule a FREE consultation!!!

Friday, October 14, 2016

Does Fat Increase Testosterone Levels?

  Fat and Testosterone Levels.   

     If you are like many men, your T-levels are declining by approximately 1% per year. This isn’t as much of a problem from the age of 25-35, but there is a rather noticeable effect as we get closer to 40. Lower energy levels, increases in body fat, brain fog and lowered sex drive to name a few of the unfortunate effects of aging. For those of us looking to optimize our natural T levels, there are many things that can be done. One can look to nutritional supplements, like those found at your local GNC for T boosters, which may or may not work. The fact is, depending on your actual levels (yes, ACTUAL) you may need look no farther than your refrigerator.

     If you think that your Testosterone levels are low, go get tested. Go to a doctor. Get your blood drawn and find out your actual hormonal levels. It’s the only way to know for sure. You may be within normal ranges with your T levels but there may be other underlying issues. There is only one way to know for sure. If your testosterone ranges are lower and your physician suggests that you may benefit from replacement therapy, there are many customized plans that may offer immediate results. However if your levels do not warrant TRT, then a few simple changes to your diet may pay dividends. Speak to your physician about what your goals are and have them guide you through a few simple changes and see whether or not, they feel you would benefit from a few dietary modifications. As always, seek and take your doctor’s advice.

     Look into foods that help promote T production. It was not too long ago that consuming fat was considered a bad thing. It was potentially a killer. Much research has been done and it is now generally thought that moderate amounts of fat is actually beneficial for the body. This is especially true when it comes to testosterone production. When optimizing natural production of testosterone, it is important to consume dietary fats.  There is a limit though. Too much fat has negative consequences on raising cholesterol, causing obesity and increasing risks for heart attack.
There is an important role in the ration of fats you consume. Some types of fats are better than others as it has actually been shown that some fats will actually LOWER your T-levels.
      The 3 different fats you’ll want to focus on are Monounsaturated fatty acids, Polyunsaturated fatty acids and Saturated fatty acids. Studies have shown that diets high monounsaturated and saturated fats can dramatically increase the T levels in men. Levels were tested prior to exercising in health adult males. The study also showed that there was a direct correlation between dietary fat intake with mixed fat types and T levels. Higher fat meant higher T levels. Conversely, vegetarians who did not consume diets high in mixed fats had lower T levels. A simple increase in fat by just 10% can cause an increase in testosterone levels as well as a decrease in SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) which binds to testosterone and takes it out of circulation, so to speak. It’s recommended by many experts that a diet of approximately 35-40% saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids will produce optimal T levels.

      What about Polyunsaturated fats, though? What do they do? Well as it turns out, diets high in Polyunsaturated fatty acids will actually cause LOWER production of testosterone. Those are typically plant based oils like soy, corn, grapeseed and sunflower as well as most creamy salad dressings. Instead try to eat more fools like beef, pork, poultry (with skin) cheese and olive oil.  Stay tuned as we will put out another blog on T production and health fats and how the body physically produces hormones.

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Sunday, October 9, 2016

How The Foods We Eat Influence Testosterone Production.

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Finding natural ways to increase male hormonal production is a very interesting area to research. Everyone claims to have sure fire ways in boost their T levels. As it turns out the process varies from one person to the next but the science behind it is pretty sound. A significant role in the production of testosterone will be found with the foods we eat. This is undeniable. Specifically, what’s IN the foods we eat as in the micro and macro nutrients we consume. The glands that produce testosterone are dependent upon certain minerals such as magnesium and zinc, to name a few. We also need things like cholesterol for our Leydig cells to begin testosterone production, (Leydig cells produce testosterone in the presence of LH, or luteinizing hormone). Other foods, like broccoli and cauliflower have been shown to help remove estrogen from our body, which lower testosterone levels. Too much estrogen in a male's body can increase secondary female sexual characteristics. There are many supplements out on the market that claim to have these benefits but often their claims have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. 
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A balanced diet is important but if your goal is to increase your T levels, you would need to make a few simple adjustments to give your body the fuel it needs to function at a more optimal level for that purpose. Increasing fat and cholesterol intake will be useful for this purpose as well as increasing the amount of Vitamin D rich foods you consume. Omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils are also beneficial for the production of testosterone, and foods such as olive oil, fatty fish like salmon and tuna as well as avocado are good sources.It must be noted that there is a fine line between increasing one's fat consumptiona nd over indulgence

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 It’s not just WHAT you eat but it's also what you DON'T  eat. For example, caffeine consumption can raise cortisol levels which will limit the production of testosterone. Cortisol is also released when we are stressed, so too much stress can have the same effect as too much coffee or energy drinks. Also, avoiding unnecessary sugar, which is often found in high levels within our soft drinks, like Gatorade and juices. Limiting these can play a significant role in increasing T-Levels.  For more detailed information on how you can naturally boost your testosterone levels, go to and sign up under the contact page for more tips and ways to feel better and live a healthier lifestyle. Or email us at and we will get back to you soon with an answer to your questions or call us at 561-277-8260.

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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Raising Testosterone Levels Through TRT: Tips To Maximize Levels. South Florida's TRT Experts Help Men Increase Testosterone at NovaGenix

Tips To Help Boost Your Testosterone Levels :  Maximize Your Testosterone Therapy To Look, Live and Feel Your Best.

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     When you start TRT, your physician will most likely start you on a protocol which should include an appropriate dosage...typically 1cc weekly injected testosterone cypionate plus an estrogen blocker and HcG twice weekly to stimulate T production. This can me with low T raise their levels and optimize the benefits of therapy. You will definitely feel and look better. We don't like to use the term "Fountain of Youth" as that's NOT what a true hormone replacement therapy program and treatment is about. Its to bring your levels to the rage where they SHOULD be and where they'll provide you with the safest and most beneficial health benefits available based on your age and current levels. Not everyone is the same and you cannot reverse time, but you can certainly improve your hand with TRT.

Decreasing Testosterone Levels Over Time. An Inevitable End To Masculinity? 

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     Where there may not be a true fountain of youth, testosterone is perhaps one of the closest things. Especially for men over 40. It increases muscle mass, burns fat, increases energy levels and more. If you factor in the improvement in mood, decrease in irritability and increases libido and mental clarity and improvement in sleep cycles, there is no doubt as to why many consider it to  be a miracle therapy treatment. The problem that we have as men, is that out levels of testosterone begin to slowly decline once we hit 30. At 40 it begins to become more evident. It puts us at greater risk of heart disease, type II diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, and erectile dysfunction to name just a few issues. So what are a few ways that men can slow this inevitable decline? Here are a few tips that can help you to increase your levels of testosterone and maintain the benefits that testosterone provides. When incorporating these strategies while on TRT, you will notice a tremendous improvement in how you look, feel and live.

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1. Optimize natural testosterone by consuming more fat. Diets with slightly higher amounts of monosaturated and saturated fats have been proven to raise testosterone levels.

2. Consume foods and supplements higher in zinc. Zinc is an essential mineral that plays a critical role in the formation of free testosterone in the body.

3. Consume more levels of vitamin D. In studies, it has been shown that men who consume higher levels of vitamin D had significantly higher levels of free testosterone compared to those who had lower levels of vitamin D.
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4. With your workouts, studies have shown that shorter rest intervals and workouts lasting less than 60 minutes in duration have lead to higher acute hormonal responses. Long drawn out workouts negatively impact your testosterone production. Lifting weights has been SHOWN to increase testosterone levels in men, so DO hit the gym!

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For more info on Low T therapy, contact us at or call 561-277-8260 We can help you to test, diagnose and treat low testosterone in our Jupiter clinic. You can come in for a free consultation and if it looks like you'd want to get stated, we can help you every step of the way. We are South Florida's leading experts on hormone replacement therapy and can help you with low T, Erectile dysfunction, weight loss and more. Call today and set up an appointment to start living your life again.

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