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Get a natural testosterone boost with T-Drive

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Looking for a natural testosterone booster to accelerate your fat loss and muscle building progress? Then make T-Drive your secret weapon in the war against belly fat.

Optimal testosterone levels are vital for building muscle, burning fat and feeling at your best. And each dose of T-Drive’s essential nutrients (magnesium, zinc and vitamin B6) supports your natural T levels. That contributes to increased muscle mass, reduced body fat and improved physical performance.

  • How to take it: Take one tablet per day. 30 servings per bottle.
  • Nutritional information per tablet: Magnesium 375mg (100% NRV), Zinc 6.45mg (64.5% NRV), Vitamin B6 1.4mg (100% NRV)
  • Ingredients: Magnesium Oxide, Bulking Agents (Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate), Zinc Gluconate, Anti-Caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride).

Want to be back at your best? You need to have optimal levels of the key male sex hormone testosterone. Here’s all you need to now about our natural testosterone booster. As well as how our new performance-enhancing supplement can help you build muscle and torch fat faster to look and feel fantastic!

What is testosterone?

What is testosterone? Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone. In men it plays a critical role in the development of reproductive tissues. It promotes secondary sexual characteristics, including increased muscle mass. It also drives sexual desire (libido) and performance. So, sub-optimal levels can negatively affect many aspects of your life. This includes reduced muscle mass and increased body fat, especially around the chest, and a low sex drive.

When do testosterone levels peak?

When do testosterone levels peak? Testosterone levels in mean peak at around the age of 20. But they start to decline by around 1% each year after the age of 30. However, testosterone levels in men are falling far faster than a natural decline from age. Between 1987 and 2005 average levels declined around 1% per year, according to the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. And that equates to a man today having T levels up to 20% lower than his father would have at the same age. Obesity, high-sugar diets, alcohol consumption and a lack of physical exercise are the main culprits.

What is the T-Drive natural testosterone booster?

What is the T-Drive natural testosterone booster? Our T-Drive natural testosterone booster has been created to help you achieve your body-composition goals faster. Designed to support your natural levels of testosterone, each daily dose contains three essential nutrients, magnesium, zinc and vitamin B6. That combination helps to optimise T levels. And in turn helps you build muscle and burn fat. Simply take one tablet per day with water for best results.

Why take the T-Drive natural testosterone booster?

Why take the T-Drive natural testosterone booster? Optimal testosterone levels are vital for building muscle, burning fat. Each daily dose of T-Drive’s three essential nutrients – magnesium, zinc and vitamin B6 – supports your natural T levels for increased muscle mass, reduced body fat and improved physical performance.

How do these ingredients boost testosterone levels?

How do these ingredients boost testosterone levels? Zinc is one of the 24 essential micronutrients humans need for survival. It plays a big role in the optimal functioning of the enzyme, hormone and immune systems. It is found in meat, eggs, and nuts, as well as oysters, which is how they developed a reputation for boosting libido and sexual desire. Zinc levels are depleted through sweating, so if you’re going to work out a lot you may become deficient. And if you are deficient then zinc supplementation can increase your T levels quickly.

How do the other ingredients naturally boost testosterone?

How do the other ingredients naturally boost testosterone? Magnesium, like zinc, is another of the essential micronutrients and is also lost from the body through sweating. Magnesium is needed by every cell in your body to produce energy. Hundreds of enzymes require it to work optimally and it’s involved in muscle contractions. Magnesium deficiencies are common in Western diets because grains are a poor sources of the element. Other key sources, such as nuts and leafy green veg, aren’t eaten enough. Vitamin B6 is part of the B vitamin family. So it plays a big part in the breakdown and release of energy from the fats, carbs and protein you eat.

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