An all-in-one solution that can help men return to their former glory and vitality. While there are hundreds of hormone support formulas, Mito Male focuses on the a deeper cause of declining performance: The Mitochondria.
Cognition & Mood
Muscle & Strength
I tried this product cause I was looking for something my body was missing health wise. After numerous products, I stumbled across the best product I have ever taken… after a month I felt like I was in my 20’s again – I’m 49.
I have been taking MitoMale now for just over 30 days and I must say the results are quite remarkable!! Major boost in energy and stamina!! Going to make this a steady part of my daily regimen!
[After trying Mito Male] “I may think twice about retirement…thinking I just found the fountain of youth.”
*Verified customers – Individual results may vary.
In a breakthrough study, 5 Italian scientists tested a daily cocktail containing 2 grams of Acetyl L-Carnitine and 2 grams of Propionyl L- Carnitine verses synthetic hormone treatments … and found the “Carnitine Cocktail” boosted the vitality, energy and mental clarity of these men up to 166% higher than the placebo … and up to 100% better than hormone replacements!
Research shows the energy boosting power of L-Carnitine can help reduce muscle fatigue during exercise. This is great for anyone that wants to hit the gym to get in shape and reduce the muscle loss that naturally occurs with aging. In fact, one study showed that L-Carnitine even helped a group of men over 100 – who barely had enough energy to walk across the room – to add a significant amount of new muscle in just a few months!
L-carnitine is able to increase the oxygen carrying capability of blood. This gives the body an additional boost – especially in stressful situations and allows attacking workouts harder and for longer. Researchers in Vienna, Austria found that L-carnitine stimulates the break down of fats directly into energy!
Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is superior to regular Carnitine because it can cross over the blood brain barrier and support cellular functions within the brain. ALCAR increases the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine, which is crucial for memory formation, concentration, and overall cognition. Research shows ALCAR’s mitochondrial enhancing effects also help support energy metabolism in the brain and protect against neuro-toxic assaults.
One meta-analysis published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings analyzed 13 placebo-controlled studies involving patients with a history of heart issues. Compared with placebo, L-carnitine reduced chest pain by 40 percent, dangerous arrhythmias by 65%, and could improve hearth health.
According to the Psychosomatica Medicine Journal a meta analysis of 12 studies showed ALCAR has potent mood boosting effects that not only work rapidly, but also over the long term. This is because L-carnitine is able to activate genes all the way down in the DNA that support happiness and well-being levels.
This sacred tar like substance has been used for centuries in Indian medicine as a potent way to boost male vitality … It’s even called “the destroyer of weakness” because of its reputed effects on male performance.
Propionyl L-Carnitine has potent effects on the circulatory system and blood vessels…which is why it’s shown to be a super boosting compound for male performance. This amino acid has also been shown to support the Leydig cells that produce hormones provide heart health benefits, and fight against chronic fatigue.
ALCAR can cross the blood brain barrier … which makes it the only Carnitine derivative that also works to improve the mitochondrial efficiency in the brain as well as the body. That’s why Acetyl L-Carnitine has been shown to support cognitive function, memory, and focus.
An essential mineral for men, Zinc is critical to support hormone levels. Plus, it has also been shown to strengthen bones…prevent joint deterioration…prevent infections and help metabolize carbs.
PQQ adds extra horsepower to the cellular engines … helping build more muscle, lose weight and supercharge performance. Plus, it’s contains antioxidant power up to 5,000x more potent than some of the leading antioxidants like vitamin C.
Another essential mineral for men, Boron is crucial to support hormone levels. It’s been shown to support the immune system, promote male health, maintain blood sugar levels, and is a powerful antioxidant.
Other Ingredients: Natural Flavors, Erythritol, Citric Acid, Steviol Glycosides(95%), Beet Root Juice Powder, Silicon Dioxide.
“I am 58 years old on Thursday and burn 900 calories a day 6 days a week in my workout. I have been using Mito male just over a week and feel a huge boost to my endurance and feel great! Will definitely continue to use this product!”
“Just finishing my first container of mito male. Need to reorder as ive felt much better all over since I began taking it. Im 70 years old and plan to continue with this product.”
“I love the energy I am getting with this product. I feel youthful and sexual, and my brain feels clearer.”
“Good product. I am taking during/after my training….daily. Very convenient and easily taken. Mixes easily too and tastes good. My energy level is up…my recovery is good. As a former powerlifter, these aspects are important to me.”
*Verified customers – Individual results may vary.
“I found my memory was better and other private parts were alive again. So try it and give it some time to work.”
“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.”
“This is really good stuff. I will be using on a regular basis!”
“Excellent product. More energy and feeling great. Thank you.”
“I have been taking this supplement for a month, I noticed enhanced energy and vitality. I love the taste, it mixes well. I am definitely buying again.”
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.
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.
Absolutely not. Mito Male is free from artificial sweeteners and coloring.
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