MISSION STATEMENT: Welcome to my Blog! My goal with this blog is to inform and to inspire my sixty plus readers! You are never to old to exercise! Keep moving! All opinions, thoughts and statements are mine based on 70 years of living! Injuries and surgeries past and present will be discussed! If I recommend a product or a lifestyle change it is something that I myself have used or have experienced! All nutrients and supplements I recommend may appear to be harmless but please check with your MD! Some may interfere with your current medications! This blog will be ongoing! Posts will be made when I feel I have worthwhile opinions, thoughts and statements! I may go back and review past posts to make changes if I feel necessary! Before undertaking any exercise routine please check with your health care provider!

Tuesday, January 7, 2014


I have already posted that I have a low T level. I have also posted about two products that have a automatic delivery, automatic bill to your credit card which I highly oppose. Many of these products contain a "proprietary blend"  but many of these blends contain one or more of the same substances such as Fenugreek, Tongkat Ali, Tribulus terrestris, and others in various amounts. I have already posted that I suspect because of my low T level I don't have the energy and strength I had just several years ago. There are ways you can attempt to naturally boost your T level before you submit to taking any of the OTC or infomercial products: lose weight, high intensity exercise, increase your vitamin D and zinc intake, increase your intake of branch chain amino acids by way of whey protein, limit sugar, don't smoke, and consume the good fats. I spoke to a very nice customer service rep from one of the products I saw in a health food store to inquire about any risks by a person such as me with heart disease. I said there was no mention of any risks involved with the product. Some of the products I saw had certain risks if you had heart disease, cancer or any other medical conditions. She told me and what I have been saying to all my viewers-  speak with your physician before you take any T booster supplement. My next visit to my primary physician and cardiologist is in March/April and I will definitely inquire about these products. Google has a tremendous amount of information on T boosters including the products themselves, reviews, ingredients, etc. In the meantime I will try to boost my T level naturally.