Super Miraforte with Standardized Lignans offers a way to boost testosterone naturally. This unique blend of natural extracts includes high potencies of chrysin and nettle root extract, which reduce the conversion of testosterone to estrogen and maintain free testosterone levels. It has also been fortified with the natural libido booster Muira puama, Bioperine® to enhance absorption of chrysin, and lignan extracts to combat the effects of high estrogen. Be at your best and add Super Miraforte to your supplement regimen!
Benefits at a Glance
Natural support for healthy testosterone levels
Reduces conversion of testosterone to estrogen
Fights effects of high estrogen
Healthy testosterone linked to improved mood, sex drive, and heart health
If you’re over 40, you already know how important it is to maintain youthful testosterone levels. In fact, studies show that by age 70 many men produce about 60 percent less testosterone than they did at age 40.1 Low testosterone can affect every part of your life, including mood, cognitive health, sex drive, and even weight gain. And normal testosterone has been associated with maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system.2, 3
The innovative ingredients in Super Miraforte have been extensively studied in clinical trials. Some of the more impressive results include:
Chrysin and nettle root extracts work together to reduce conversion of testosterone to estrogen.4, 5
Bioperine® helps transport chrysin (a flavonoid) into the bloodstream.
Muira puama, a rainforest herb classified in the Brazilian Pharmacopoeia as an aphrodisiac, was found to yield positive results in regard to libido in 62 percent of men with decreased libido.6
Lignan extracts from the Norwegian spruce convert to enterolactone in the intestine, where they are absorbed into the bloodstream and provide biological benefits.7-9 This is especially important for the aging prostate gland.8, 9
Top off your testosterone naturally with Super Miraforte with Standardized Lignans.
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