Low T is merely a symptom of a bigger problem that begins in the “powerplant” of the cells – the mitochondria. Because your mitochondria produce the energy that every single cell in your body needs to thrive.
In fact, it’s estimated that the energy producing power of your mitochondria drops up to 50% between the ages of 40 and 70.
And researchers think this cellular “energy deficit” is linked to a host of beta-male ailments like:
Mito Male is a natural male performance enhancer that goes above and beyond ordinary Test-Boosters. By focusing on rejuvenating the “powerplants” of your cells with scientifically backed ingredients, this prescription free formula is designed to help any man return to glory in the bedroom.
Naturally Restores Erectile Function
Supercharges Sex Drive And Desire
Enhances Orgasm For All Night Pleasure
In one little-known study five Italian scientists discovered a potent new alternative to testosterone replacement therapy – A “Miracle” amino acid called L-Carnitine.
In short, they performed a double-blind placebo-controlled study on a group of men who were given a special combination of 2g of Acetyl L-Carnitine and 2g of Propionyl L- Carnitine…
The Carnitine Matrix boosted the erectile function of these men 166% higher than the placebo … and 100% better than the testosterone group!
Performance Problems Gone
In another study, a dose of 250mg carnitine – 6 times smaller than Cavallini’s study- almost 8 out of 10 subjects were able to “get it up” better.
The International Journal of Andrology reported infertile men had significantly lower levels of carnitine compared with fertile men.
One study at the University of Siena showed major improvement in sperm mobolity when subjects took carnitine.
The Italian Society of Reproductive Medicine found when carnitine was added to traditional pharmaceuticals sexual satisfaction was 40% higher.
Blood Flow Booster
3 grams of propionyl-L-carnitine was shown to boost Nitric Oxide (Essential to erections) by 40% after just 8 weeks..
Japanese researchers found low free testosterone levels were directly related to low carnitine levels.
Mito Male is the first and only formula of it’s kind. We included effective doses of each ingredient with a fully transparent label. Unlike other products in the market that hide behind “Proprietary Blends”, Mito Male displays its composition with pride.
Both forms of the “Miracle Amino” proven to restore erectile function and sex drive.
This remarkable compound’s presence in interstellar stardust has lead some experts to believe it played a pivotal role in the evolution of life on Earth.
In one study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, PQQ grew a staggering 55% more new mitochondria in just 8 weeks.
Shilajit is a natural, tar-like substance found only in the upper reaches of the Himalayan mountains.
Its known by the locals as the “conqueror of mountains” and the “destroyer of weakness” because of its potent effects on vitality.
Both of these minerals have been shown to be lacking in the standard American diet,but are essential to maintain optimal hormone levels in men.
Mito Male is made with naturally occurring amino acids, enzymes, and minerals that don’t come with the potential dangerous side effects of hormone and synthetic based therapies.
Mito Male was designed as a long term solution for erectile problems which is why you can drink it conveniently anytime of the day and still experience the benefits.
Available without prescription
Mito Male can be purchased online from the comfort of your home. No prescriptions or ordering from sketchy overseas suppliers.
Mito Male is made with natural extracts, and restores your sex drive without worrying about of how expensive it is.
Dangerous Side Effects
Erectile Dysfunction meds and test. injections come with potential side effects like hearing loss, vision loss, prostate enlargement, acne, and blood clots.
Embarrassing to Use
ED Pills require always having to carry that little blue pill around you take them right before ” the time is right.”
Erectile Dysfunction meds can only be purchased with a prescription and testosterone injections require frequent doctors visits filled with poking and proding.
Erectile Dysfunction meds and test. injections cost $300, $400, even $500 a month.
Wow! I haven’t been able to get an erection like this in years… Mito Male is even better then that “little blue pill!” thank you so much!
Since turning 60 years old last year I really felt the impact of getting older… but once I found Mito Male all my worries went away If you want to feel like your old self and feel like a man again – Mito Male is must for any man.
I like to take it before dinner because I definitely feel the difference when it’s time to lay down at night with my wife.
If you order Mito Male today and at any time in the next 30 days you decide it’s just not working for you, just return the unused portion and we’ll buy it back…
Just for giving it an honest TRY…
Should I take Mito Male every day?
Yes! Mito Male was designed to be taken daily to achieve the desired benefits. This formula can be taken with or without food. Our staff loves sipping on a glass in the morning to start our days off right and set the tone to dominate life.
You can also mix it with any liquid of your liking, including adding it to smoothies and shakes for a vitality enhancement cocktail unlike any other.
What If I’m not over 40 years old yet?
Men over 40 years old is where you see the biggest drop off in Vitality, but Mito Male can still provide younger men with a plethora of benefits like the energy and focus boosting effects of acetyl L carnitine…athletic enhancement from glycine propionyl-l-carnitine…fatigue fighting power of shilajit…antioxident supercharging of PQQ,… and the hormone assistance you get from boron and zinc.
If this formula is so innovative why isn’t it kept secret on the label?
We believe in 100% transparency with all our products. We want you to know exactly how much of each ingredient is in our formula so you know you’re getting the proper doses, backed by science. Ouro Vitae refuses to hide behind the “proprietary blends” so prevalent in the supplement industry.
Because this allows a company to load a laundry list of ingredients in their formula, making it look remarkable. But on the inside, “proprietary blends” can have such small amounts of an ingredient it’s absolutely useless to you. Meaning, they’re marketable, but not remarkable.
Why hasn’t my doctor told me about these types of alternative remedies?
Simply put, the ingredients in Mito Male are all available without a RX , and that means the big pharma companies can’t make a penny off them so they’re not marketed to hospitals.
Instead, they can charge over $500 a month for HRT which usually comes with painful procedures, constant blood draws and monitoring, and tons of doctor visits.
Are there any artificial sweeteners or coloring in Mito Male?
Absolutely not. Mito Male is free from artificial sweeteners and coloring.
Do you have a list of scientific references for the ingredients in Mito Male?
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