Lots of compounds target a disease or condition through one path, but this one targets them through several, in addition to building muscle and increasing T.
Can supplements that supposedly increase T levels compete with actual testosterone replacement? Here's what you need to know.
Your testicles are anemic, at least when compared to your father's and grandfather's. Here's an easy way to shore them up.
New research shows that if you only eat a little bit of protein at a couple of meals, you can't make up for it by eating more at another meal.
You need a special type of carb to balance out cortisol levels before, during, and after a workout. Here's what you need to know.
This bar not only fuels your workouts, it protects against catabolism and promotes body fat mobilization.
Can creatine monohydrate help you retain muscle during a layoff? Here's the science.
Whether you use sex for procreation or recreation, this herb makes everything better, from libido to erections to fertility.
A new comprehensive scientific review finds that this substance reduces inflammation and leads to superior recovery and muscle performance.
It's time to think about what you might need to keep on hand in case there are disruptions to the supply lines of food or water. Tips here.
When things get bad, depression is a normal response, but if it persists you might need to do something about it. Here's a possible solution.
This pandemic, a nutritional one, affects roughly one eighth of the world's population, especially athletes. Here's how to beat it.
Can't go to the gym right now? Here are eight nutritional strategies to help you keep your hard-earned muscle.
Phytochemicals can treat a number of human diseases, possibly even those caused by viruses. Here's the science.
This widely-available plant chemical has been shown in bunches of experiments to thwart viruses from replicating.
Protein powder is one of the most important bodybuilding supplements, yet it's the one that's most vulnerable to manufacturer monkey business.
De-stress and take the edge off without feeling drugged. Here's something that will do just that.
Train hard and you leech out important minerals involved in keeping T levels high and testicles happy. Here's how to fix that.
No, don't bark like a dog. That seldom works. But this tree bark extract does improve sexual health. Here's the fancy science.
This plant chemical takes away soreness, but it turns out it also makes injured and bruised muscles heal faster.
This amino acid does what creatine can't – it prolongs muscle performance in activities that last longer than 60 seconds.
Oh sure, it'll help you look better naked, but it'll also help keep your brain healthy. Here's how.
Plazma™ helps you train harder, handle more volume, recover faster, and come back stronger. Here's how.
There are plenty of exotic ingredients out there, many with a proven track record, but sometimes all you need is the basics.
Use varying doses of this super supplement during different phases of training so you can train harder and recover faster.