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5 Italian Scientists Discover “Miracle Amino” That’s Up To 100% More Effective Than Testosterone Injections

Posted: Monday, December 10th 2018

Millions of men over 40 suffer from low energy, muscle loss and a declining vitality. Many also experience memory loss, trouble sleeping, and circulation problems.

“Most3 men think hormone replacement is the answer to these performance and health issues,” says Peter Monsen, a research Biochemist who co-founded the nutritional company Ouro Vitae.

“However, 5 Italian researchers recently showed that supplementing with a daily cocktail of amino acids may help reduce these health issues even better than testosterone injections… without the worrying side effects that come with using synthetic hormones.”

According to Mr. Monsen – who has studied the body’s energy systems for over 20 years – these researchers tested a daily cocktail containing 2g of Acetyl L-Carnitine and 2g of Propionyl L- Carnitine verses straight testosterone injections ….

And found the carnitine cocktail boosted the vitality, energy and mental clarity of 120 men between the ages of 60 and 80 up to 100% better than the testosterone! [1] 

Even better, the group taking the Carnitine cocktail showed none of the major side effects that come with testosterone injections.

“It’s a remarkable discovery,” says Mr. Monsen. “Imagine having the energy, drive, andz vitality of a man half your age … without endless doctor’s visits, blood tests and painful injections.”

That’s why many scientists, including one Medal of Science winning Biochemist at Berkeley, believe that carnitine should be a cornerstone in any anti-aging regimen.

They know that Carnitine is essential for helping the “powerplants” of your cell – the mitochondria – working at 100% efficiency.

But that’s just the beginning. Mr. Monsen has uncovered a handful of additional nutrients which are essential for any man over 40 who wants to look, feel and perform like a man half their age.

Now, for the first time ever, he’s combined these six powerful vitality boosting ingredients into one, easy to use, daily formula.

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So far, the reviews have been stunning, with users saying they feel the effect on their energy and vitality in a matter of days.

Of course, for some people, results could take a little longer. As one user even commented on Facebook: “It takes a few weeks to start working, but my memory has improved and my parts below the belt are working again.”

Which is why Ouro Vitae is offering a 30-day risk-free trial.

“I’m so confident in the science behind this product, that I want every man to try it,” Mr. Monsen recently told us. “But I understand some men may be skeptical. Which is why I’m offering a 30-day money back guarantee.”

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References:

1. Cavallini, G., Caracciolo, S., Vitali, G., Modenini, F., & Biagiotti, G. (2004). Urology, 63(4), 641-646. doi:10.1016/j.urology.2003.11.009

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