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Zinc Deficiency is Linked with Low Testosterone: A Summary of the Science

Zinc is a trace mineral involved in some 150 enzymatic reactions. In the male reproductive system, Zinc plays an important role in gonadal development, spermatogenesis and testosterone synthesis.

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Berberine: Metabolic Health Benefits Explained Via the GUT

The recent popularity of Ozempic (semaglutide) has finally made "gut hormones" a kitchen-table topic. Unlike most stimulant-based fat burners, Ozempic offers it's metabolic health benefits by way of the gut. Berberine HCl has similar indirect effects on metabolic health through its effect on the same gastrointestinal hormones termed "incretins."

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Cardiovascular Health* Benefits of Berberine HCl: New Study

Berberine HCl is a natural product that has been used in Chinese medicine for over 3,000 years. It's metabolic health benefits were discovered by accident when berberine was used to treat diarrhea in diabetic patients and practitioners observed it also supported healthy blood glucose metabolism*.

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N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) and Glycine May Help Improve Key Markers of Aging

GSH is the most abundant antioxidant in your body and plays an important role in health promotion. The formation of glutathione (GSH) requires both cysteine (from NAC) and glycine, which may be why scientists are now finding GlyNAC supplementation provides a wide range of health benefits not provided by NAC-alone or GSH-alone.

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Are Erythritol and Stevia Safe? A Review of the Sensational Media Coverage

According to the media coverage of a recent study, eating erythritol is dangerous and may give you a heart attack. There’s a major detail omitted form this sensational media coverage: obese and metabolically unhealthy people convert glucose and fructose into erythritol.

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