If you have ever been to a vitamin store, you have seen the ads with an oversized bodybuilder promoting a miracle pill that guarantees to increase testosterone levels and lean muscle mass, while maximizing sexual performance. The truth is, the only good thing about these supplements is their advertising. As you may have heard, when something sounds too good to be true, it is! The only way to increase your hormone levels and gain its associated benefits is through proper treatment.
At Royal Medical Center, we only use FDA-approved medication for testosterone replacement therapy. We know our hormone program works. We have conducted extensive labs on all our patients, to prove it.
Do not waste your money on hormone therapy that does not provide any real evidence to support these claims. These hormone treatments cannot show an FDA approval seal or any lab work to prove their products’ success. For example, many labels on hormone supplements’ bottles mention the following phrase: “Best results when training 3-5 times a week.’’ Everyone knows that training 3-5 times a week will benefit your health and physique.
Why would you want to risk your hard-earned money on an aggressive sales pitch for a hormone program that won’t do anything, other than work as a placebo at best?
Below you can find a link that expresses just how unsafe these supplements can be. According to an NBC News report, some may even cause death: Read Here
Don’t be fooled by the hype of the TV commercials. The truth is, Testosterone Creams and Gels simply do not deliver enough testosterone to elevate your levels to optimal range. For that reason, the doctors at Royal Medical Center do not prescribe them.
If you were to call one of these clinics, they would be extremely vague about their pricing. They will do everything within their power to get you in their front door without ever disclosing what the end pricing will be. The majority of these claims are just what they are, claims.
As the years have passed, more and more men have reaped the benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). There have been many myths stating that men who use TRT are more likely to have a heart attack. This is simply not the case, and we’re going to be providing some examples of why it’s untrue,…