Rare Mineral That Naturally Raises Testosterone Levels

Here at the Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine, I use a few inexpensive, natural ways to safely and effectively raise my patients’ testosterone levels. I’ve found one of the best solutions is an overlooked micronutrient you’ll never hear about from mainstream medicine. I’m talking about the rare mineral, boron. Boron arrived on our planet billions of years ago via cosmic dust and meteor fragments. On Earth, it exists only in compound form. Pure boron has been found only in meteorites. But this element is utterly essential to your health. In the past, your ancestors got nutritional boron through their diet. But today, industrial farming methods, mineral-depleted soils and fertilizers that prevent plants from absorbing boron limit the amount you can get from the food you eat. As a result, most American men only get about 10% of what they need. Did you know? Boron plays a crucial role in your body’s metabolism. And it’s key to the growth and maintenance of your bones. It’s also essential for: Wound healing; Brain function; Protection against oxidative stress and heavy-metal toxicity; Reducing inflammation; Maintaining healthy levels of antioxidants; Protecting against certain cancers, including prostate and lung cancers. But the latest research backs up observations I’ve made in my clinic: Boron also increases your bioavailability of testosterone. A recent study gave 13 men 6 mg of boron for two months. And at the end of t...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Nutrition Boron mineral sex testosterone Source Type: news

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