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The True Cause of Male Aging

By Ouro Vitae Research

April 13th 2020

Men over 40 who have ever thought about T-Boosters...

Because they think it will help them regain the energy, strength, muscle mass, and vitality of youth…

This may be the most import article you read all year.

Because cutting edge research out of top universities like Harvard, MIT and Stanford is showing …

That things like declining “T-Levels”, nitric oxide levels and even energy levels …

Are all merely a symptom of a deeper problem going on in the body.

You see, these researchers discovered that after about the age of 40 … the “metabolic engines” that power cells start to breakdown …

And the “vital energy” that powers muscle cells, heart cells and even the Leydig cells that produce hormones starts to drop by 50% or more.

This is the real reason men over 40 start to experience plummeting “T-Levels” … droopy muscles … weight gain … and the loss of vitality.

Organs, muscles and joints no longer have the juice they need to keep men operating at their peak.

But luckily, these same researchers are now discovering there is a way to reverse this decline …

Using a special rejuvenation system called the “RPM Method”.

The RPM Method gives these “metabolic engines” a “tune-up” …

And turbocharges them so they can start churning out the “vital energy” that men need to feel like MEN AGAIN.

After just a few short days of using this unique combination of natural ingredients…

  • The body will start pumping out more hormones … helping men transform their physique as fat falls off …helping build 4X more muscle than lifting weights alone …
  • Arteries will start pumping out more nitric oxide … turning weak, trickling blood flow into a raging river …
  • Neurons in the brain will start firing better … making the mind sharper … providing the focus, energy and drive to conquer any obstacle in your path.
  • Hair follicles may even start regenerating … giving a fuller, thicker head of hair … with the color coming back to life …
  • And all these changes will help give a renewed sense confidence … Because men can know they'll perform like the “alpha”

And while these changes to the body and mind may seem remarkable …

They barely scratch the surface on what’s possible once a man’s  “metabolic engines” are “tuned up”.

Because researchers are discovering the “vital energy” they provide can restore much more than just MANHOOD.

In fact, one National Medal Of Science winning chemist from UC Berkeley believes it could hold the key to “Turning Back The Clock” on male aging. 

Because it can help stabilize and maintain healthy …

Blood Sugar

Blood Flow

Bone Density

Prostate Health

Liver Function


Heart Health

Stem Cell Function

Some Men Are Even Calling It The "Fountain of Youth!"

Take this one gentleman, Wayne H. from Ohio.

He recently started using the RPM method and it’s already making a big impact on his workouts.

Here’s what he had to say …

“It really fires me up. Just turned 66, look and act 46. Now my workouts in the gym are just simply “shock and awe”, they can’t believe what they are seeing.”

And Roland S., from Texas said …

“I just started using this method and after two days I can really feel an impact!”

Then there’s Gene N. who was having cognition issues.

He also discovered Mito Male and he recently wrote in to say:

“It has helped me tremendously. I feel so much better. I was in a bad way and it gave me back my life.”

Then there’s Daniel M. who was a commercial plumber for over 30 years.

He was contemplating retirement because his body could no longer keep up with the work.

But after just a few weeks of using Mito Male he had this to say:

“I have noticed a change in my energy and sleep. I am a 30-year commercial plumber and
I may think twice about retirement.

Thinking I just found the fountain of youth. ”

Recently, biochemist, Peter Monsen, who has over 20 years of experience in male aging research…

Released an exclusive briefing on this RPM method…

Where he reveals exactly how everyday men can starting utilizing it today…

Specifically how it can help any man boost their energy, vitality, drive, and cognition up to 200% higher than actual HRT.

For a limited time, Mr. Monsen’s made this briefing free to the public.

Simply click the the button below for full access.


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