Devoid of vitamin B6, your testosterone and dopamine levels plummet, dragging down your Alpha status. You’re left grappling with anxiety, struggling to glimpse the brighter side of life. Sleepless nights, stress sensitivity, and soaring prolactin levels may follow suit. It’s a scenario no man desires! Allow me to unveil the transformative potential of vitamin B6 … Read more
Zinc is likely the manliest mineral out there. There is a big chance that if you start supplementing zinc or ideally, eating more zinc-rich foods, you’ll experience a boost in testosterone. But zinc is more than just a T-booster. Let’s dive in! Zinc on testosterone and DHT Zinc is one of the most important minerals … Read more
Neurotransmitters in your brain are controlling your erections. Serotonin, dopamine, glutamate, noradrenaline, etc. Find out which ones to optimize.
Medical institutions, as well as common research, will teach you that PUFAs are highly essential for brain function, mainly because they are found in such high concentrations within the brain. To assume that PUFAs are essential because they are found in such high concentrations in the brain, is like assuming that because tics are so … Read more
GABA is a major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the body, meaning, it is calming, anti-anxiety and helps you to relax. The feeling of high GABA is best described by you just wanting to sit or lay down and enjoy the day, getting ready to dose off, not having racing thoughts, not being able to be creative … Read more
Serotonin is synthesized in both the brain as well as in the gut, but for this article, I’m just going to focus on the serotonin in the brain as it influences how you feel mentally and determines certain behaviors. Whereas gut serotonin doesn’t have the same effect because it cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, meaning … Read more
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is a water-soluble vitamin and is very safe and very well tolerated. Riboflavin was discovered in 1920, isolated in 1933, and first made in 1935. Biochemical signs of depletion arise within only a few days of dietary deprivation. Riboflavin ‘5 phosphate (R5P), the active form of B2, is known to be the … Read more