Support your testosterone levels with T-Drive

Here’s why our new performance-boosting supplement can help you build muscle and torch fat faster to look and feel fantastic

T-Drive is one of the launch products in the New Body Plan sports nutrition range, which has been specially created to help you achieve your body-composition goals faster. Designed to support your natural levels of testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, each daily dose contains three essential nutrients, magnesium, zinc and vitamin B6, to optimise T levels to help you build muscle, burn fat, and look and feel at your best. Simply take one tablet per day with water.

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

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When do T levels peak?
Testosterone levels in mean peak at around the age of 20, and then start to decline by around 1% each year after the age of 30. However, T 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. 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, increased exposure to environmental toxins, and a lack of physical exercise are the main proposed culprits for free falling T levels.

Why take T-Drive?
Optimal testosterone levels are vital for building muscle, burning fat and feeling at your best, and 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 support T levels?
Zinc is one of the 24 essential micronutrients humans need for survival and 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 very active, work out a lot, or live in a hot climate, you may be deficient. And if you are deficient then zinc supplementation can increase your T levels quickly.

What about the other ingredients?
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 central nervous system function and muscle contractions. Magnesium deficiencies are common in Western diets because grains are a poor sources of the element, and other key sources, such as nuts and leafy green veg, aren’t eaten enough. Vitamin B6 is part of the B vitamin family, and plays a big part in the breakdown and release of energy from the fats, carbs and protein you eat.

How do I take it?
Simply take one tablet per day with water to naturally support your T levels. Each bottle of T-Drive contains 30 capsules, which is a one-month supply, and you get two bottles with your “supplement stack” that comes with suite of New Body Plan eight-week training and nutrition programmes.

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