More "Manly" Energy – Even As You Age

No one wants to look in the mirror and see a faded old man. You want strength and virility. Unfortunately, time isn't always on your side.

Fact: men's T-levels drop with age. They can plunge as much as 50%! Men who lose energy as they age can point directly at those decreasing levels.

Not too long ago men had to accept the effects of lower T-levels. Less stamina. Feeling weak and cranky. And there was nothing they could do about it.

Thankfully times have changed! We now know that eating cleaner, getting more rest and adding a "T-booster" like Ultimate Male™ can do wonders.

This formula contains a potent combination of 7 different herbs and nutrients to boost your "free T" levels. It will improve your love life, increase your stamina and provide longer-lasting energy. You can even support rebuilding lost muscle and burn away stubborn fat.

Don't Avoid the Annual Checkup

Why is something like this needed? Because men are infamous for avoiding the doctor's office. We tend to ignore unusual symptoms rather than getting them checked out.

An annual checkup is essential to keep an eye on issues we know we have. As well as some we're not yet aware of. But too many of us skip this important step. Sometimes year after year.

Seeing our doctors at least once a year is crucial for good health. But there are many additional things we can do for our health during the other 364 days of the year. You already know most of them, but a quick review can't hurt.

They include eating nutritious foods, getting plenty of exercise and watching our weight. Plus taking vitamins, breaking unhealthy habits and protecting our skin.

Eat Right and Stay Active

Eating right means consuming plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. As well as whole-grain products and fiber-rich foods including beans and leafy greens. Lean cuts of meat and fish such as salmon provide protein and omega-3 fatty acids.

As much as possible, avoid packaged and processed foods. They often contain excessive amounts of sugar, salt, unhealthy fats, artificial additives and calories.

How and how long you exercise depends on a variety of factors. Including your age and health condition. But aim for 30 minutes per day, five days a week.

Aerobic exercise could be anything from a brisk walk or running to swimming, tennis, basketball or other sports. And don't forget muscle-strengthening activities, including weight lifting.

Moderation Key to Wellbeing

Losing extra pounds is not just about looking better and fitting into your clothes again. It can be essential for avoiding serious health issues.

If you're getting all the vitamins and minerals you need through your diet, kudos to you. But many of us aren't. Vitamin supplements can help.

Breaking bad habits is another way to improve our health. Quitting smoking is a no-brainer. As is avoiding excessive amounts of alcohol and drugs.

Protect your skin from too much sun exposure. When outdoors, use sunscreen and spend some time in the shade.

Men's Health

The medical community encourages men to:

  • Know your preventable risks
  • Schedule routine tests for early detection of disease
  • Learn your risk factors
  • Document your family history with your physician
  • Making a commitment to have a health checkup
  • Considering lifestyle changes to improve their health
  • Talking to their physician about next steps
  • Taking a walk with a father, brother, son, friend or co-worker

Do You Want to Be the Ultimate Male?

Taking care of our health is a year-round proposition. 

As you know, the Patriot Health Alliance offers a wide variety of health-related products. One that is dedicated to men's health is Ultimate Male.

Common toxins – including those found in drinking water, prescription pills and over-the-counter drugs – can lower testosterone levels. Which can trigger fatigue, weight gain and problems in the bedroom.

But Ultimate Male raises testosterone and dopamine levels while lowering estrogen levels. And adds four proven potency boosters.

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Jerry Little - July 9, 2021

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