Optimization Therapy


Testosterone Replacement Therapy can be described as the process of restoring testosterone
to its optimal natural levels and is often used as a treatment for patients experiencing
symptoms of insufficient bodily testosterone levels. The therapy involves injecting the
body with bioidentical testosterone to initiate a boost in testosterone volumes to natural
levels and directly address the insufficiency. The  process can be tailored to each patient
as hormone levels such as Oestrogen must be continually monitored and  regulated.


Testosterone levels naturally decrease as men age, so maintaining healthy testosterone
levels is imperative for ensuring longevity and wellness.
Testosterone is quite literally what makes a man masculine. Hair growth, muscular size,
jawline shape, voice pitch, libido, confidence, metabolism, bone density, the list goes on

Positive regulators (these generally increase testosterone)

  • Exercise and Lift Weights
  • Diet
  • Minimize Stress
  • Vitamin and Mineral Supplements (This is covered further down)
  • Good Quality Sleep
  • Natural Testosterone Boosters
  • Healthy Lifestyle

Negative regulators (these typically decrease testosterone)

  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Excessive alcohol intake
  • Very-low-fat diet (fat is necessary for synthesizing androgens)
  • Lack of sleep
  • Chronic stress
  • Sedentary lifestyle

Vitamins & Minerals that help increase Testosterone


The age-old remedy for stress – also works as a natural testosterone booster by aiding in the
manufacturing of steroid hormones. Because c m,holesterol – the precursor to
progesterone, estrogens, and testosterone – cannot be synthesized without magnesium, the
mineral is necessary for healthy androgen levels.

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Low levels of ascorbic acid have been found to increase enzyme aromatase levels, which is
responsible for converting testosterone into estrogen. This will result in high estrogen and
low testosterone. To sustain healthy testosterone levels, load up on the necessary vitamin.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin produced in the skin when exposed to sunlight. Its active
form functions as a steroid hormone in the body.

Nowadays, a large portion of the population has very little exposure to sunlight, resulting in
low or deficient levels of vitamin D.

Increasing your vitamin D stores may boost testosterone and improve other related health measures, such as sperm quality.

One study found a close correlation between vitamin D deficiency and low testosterone. When participants spent more time in the summer sun and their vitamin D levels increased, so did their testosterone levels.

B-complex vitamins.
The B-complex vitamins are acknowledged for their ability to help cope with stress and adrenal fatigue. Cortisol, the stress hormone and testosterone have an inverse relationship. When one is high, the other is low. The three major B vitamins needed are B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), and B6 (pyridoxine). (pantothenic acid), and B6 (pyridoxine).

Such short-term benefits may include:

  • Increase in libido/sex drive
  • Restoration of erectile quality
  • Improvement in energy levels and concentration
  • A better sense of vitality
  • More restorative sleep cycles

Long-term benefits of TRT may include:

  • Ability to recover from exercise more efficiently
  • More confidence
  • Support for healthy body composition
  • Facial hair growth
  • Improvement of bone and joint healt

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