Signs/symptoms of low cortisol and the top 5 supplements to increase it

Cortisol is released by the adrenal glands and it's very natural and much needed, as it increases the release fatty acid from the adipose tissue between meals, wakes you up in the morning, supports the immune system, reduces inflammation, is involved in memory formation and learning, etc... Cortisol keeps you alive, so what should you … Continue reading Signs/symptoms of low cortisol and the top 5 supplements to increase it

Signs of high cortisol and the top 5 supplements to lower it

Cortisol is very much needed in the body as it helps you wake up in the morning, control inflammation, provide fatty acids for energy when you're not eating, etc... But chronically elevated cortisol will lead to inflammation, tiredness, adrenal fatigue, etc. The pituitary gland releases ACTH (adrenocorticotropic hormone), which signals the adrenal glands to produce … Continue reading Signs of high cortisol and the top 5 supplements to lower it

Ashwagandha – adaptogenic, androgenic & anabolic

  Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera, Indian ginseng) is probably the most well-known adaptogen herb there is, which is used in Ayurveda medicine. Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine practiced in India can be traced back to 6000 BC. For most of these 6000 years, Ashwagandha has been used as a Rasayana (nourishes, detoxifies, enhances immunity). The … Continue reading Ashwagandha – adaptogenic, androgenic & anabolic

Scientific analysis of 35 Natural Fat Burning supplements (what works and what doesn’t)

Everyone wants to lean down/stay lean at some point in their life. In this post, I will list 35 fat burning substances/ingredients, often found in fat burners, as well as rate their effectiveness according to the available studies. This will help you to be able to choose a fat burner that has all or most … Continue reading Scientific analysis of 35 Natural Fat Burning supplements (what works and what doesn’t)

18 tips for better Sleep

As sleeping is very important for testosterone production, one might want to improve one's sleep quality or duration of it if that is lacking. You need at least 8 hours of sleep to prevent neuro-behavioral deficits, as only 6 hours of sleep will cause sleep deprivation. (1) Studies show that over eight hours of sleep (up to … Continue reading 18 tips for better Sleep