- Paperback: 198 pages
- Publisher: Milestones Publishing; 2nd Revised edition (3 August 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0966223128
- ISBN-13: 978-0966223125
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.1 x 22.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,690 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Testosterone: A Man's Guide Paperback – 3 Aug 2011
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As a physician who treats testosterone deficient male patients I have found Nelson's book so informatively and clearly written that I have recommended his book to medical colleagues. Importantly, reading this book has further educated me about testosterone. Finally, it should be pointed out that this book is not inappropriately enthusiastic about testosterone replacement therapy. But rather it very carefully spells out the need for an accurate diagnosis of testosterone deficiency, an analysis of the potential benefits and drawbacks of treatment, and the importance of the proper monitoring of therapy. I hope Nelson's book gains the wide readership it deserves because of its power to improve the health and quality of all men- --Paul Bellman, MD- New York City
I found this book to be very through, concise and educational. I had no reservations about giving it a firm - it is extremely informative on the subject and can be read by the general audience. --William Phenn for Reader Views
This book provides the bare knuckles' how to tips, on the treatment of male hypogonadism. The book states how to maximize benefits while minimizing any side effects. And the book is written by someone with over two decades of personal experience. This makes the book that more valuable. Nelson Vergel's knowledge, experience, skill, and education on the subject of TRT has been proven in his prior writings, including Built to Survive: A Comprehensive Guide to the Medical Use of Anabolic Steroids, Nutrition and Exercise for HIV (+) men and women. Nelson deeply cares about men's health. It is more than a passing interest. For him, it is a matter of life and living. I am humbled to be a part of the book. Do yourself a favor and be good to yourself. Get the book! --Michael Scally MD- Houston
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A comprehensive and practical guide summarizing the author's 20 years of experience and research on optimizing testosterone replacement therapy to improve sexual function, stamina, body composition and vitality in men with testosterone deficiency.See all Product description
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Nelson Vergel is a pioneer in the world of TRT. His first and seminal book co-authored with Michael Mooney 'Built to Survive' was literally the first of its kind in its openly frank and candid discussion of testosterone, human growth hormone and synthetics (anabolics) as being beneficial for folks dealing with Aids, and various other wasting diseases. It was WAY AHEAD of it's time.
His current book Testosterone: A Man's Guide is an eye opening expose on the judicious and safe usage of TRT in the context of health and longevity. It was originally written when Testosterone usage was still very much a taboo subject and rarely discussed and accepted as it is today. Nelson's site Excelmale.com has also helped millions of men around the world find the proper and correct information (when mainstream science and Physicians offered next to nothing-unfortunately not much has changed still) regarding employing intelligent TRT protocols. There is a wealth of practical information and guidance found within.
In my forthcoming book "THE Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual", I have gathered an enormous amount of my research from his site, book and his many forum contributors. This data is mixed in with ample scientific citation and my nearly 15 years experience as a TRT patient. To say I (along with the hundreds of thousands of men he has helped) owe Nelson Vergel a debt of gratitude for all he has done for the advancement of Testosterone Replacement Therapy would be a massive understatement. Do yourself a favor and purchase this book RIGHT NOW!.
Nelson thank you very much for taking the time to bring all of this information together in one place.
More than a primer, it provides excellent, in-depth information on cutting edge medicine and the use of testosterone to combat wasting disease, ageing, and andropause (low testosterone in aging males).
The use of testosterone therapy is cutting edge sceince and there is much disagreement within the medical community about its safety and efficacy. Bodybuilders have been abusing testosterone and other muscle-building/fat burning drugs for decades, with few outright dropping dead (though lately the incidence of kidney issues--including the need for kidney replacements--has risen, though seemingly largely from the abuse of testosterone [contrast: 200-400 mgs weekly dose for testosterone replacement therapy versus 1000-5000 mgs a week testosterone being used by many amateur/pro bodybuilders]).
Testosterone is an essential hormone that diminshes in the male body with age...but that doesn't mean it has to. This is your go-to book to learn more about hormone replacement therapy (again though, namely testosterone), your options, possible outcomes/risk factors, and what you need to do (e.g., work with a doctor; get your blood work done regularly).