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Here are 17 questions this vital report will answer:

1. What are the signs and symptoms of a testosterone deficiency?

2. Is there a direct relationship between low testosterone and accelerated aging?

3. What do scientific and clinical studies show us about low testosterone?

4. Are there any serious health risks linked to low testosterone levels?

5. Besides normal aging, what are the causes of decreased testosterone?

6. Why are so many middle-aged men on Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

7. Can low testosterone levels affect your mood and cognitive abilities?

8. Is there a relationship between low testosterone and cardiovascular disease?

9. Are decreased testosterone levels related to weight gain, insulin resistance and diabetes?

10. Are there clinical studies showing that increasing testosterone can slow down or reverse aging and its related diseases?

11. What is “free testosterone” and why is it important?

12. Is there a safe way to reduce “bound testosterone” and increase free testosterone?

13. What are the medical options for increasing testosterone?

14. Is Testosterone Replacement Therapy safe?

15. Are there any adverse or dangerous side effects of Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

16. What is the safest way to raise your testosterone without negative side effects?

17. Is there any scientific evidence that an Asian herb can cause your body to safely produce more of its own testosterone without adverse side effects?

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