We eventually married and had children. I started my own business which (fortunately) became successful. But the long hours required to build the business had kind of taken its toll on my vitality. I'd put on a few pounds, and my overall energy and libido has been lacking.
I was tired of being tired and decided it was time to take back my manhood (metaphorically speaking, of course). I wanted to feel strong and powerful like I did in my younger days. But I made some mistakes when I first started this journey.
One of the first things I did was to order one of those "testosterone boosters" I saw advertised on TV. I didn't notice the slightest bit of difference even after I had taken them every day for a month. I did some research and found out that there was really no scientific basis for any of these supplements--I was wasting my money. What's worse is I had to go through some major hassle to discontinue them automatically billing my credit card. I really regretted wasting my time and money.
I figured the best way to approach this was to stop looking for my solution in some kind of capsule or pill. I knew that lifestyle changes would at least make me feel better and may even bring back some of my lost energy/vitality. I did some research on line and found out about
the Man Diet. It seemed like it was worth a try.
|Chad Howse, author of the Man Diet|
I knew that lifestyle changes would at least make me feel better and may even bring back some of my lost energy/vitality. I did some research on line and found out about
I have to say so far I'm really having good results from this program. I've learned that eating a more "testosterone friendly" diet can make a big difference in how I feel. I ordered the bonus material (the workouts), which has helped me get back in shape. I'm starting to feel like my old self again.
I'm not trying to give medical advice here--I know some guys really need some serious pharmaceutical intervention due to low testosterone. I'm glad that for now I can feel better through lifestyle changes, and I'm thankful for Chad Howse's book.