You know the importance of keeping your testosterone levels up for muscle growth. But there’s another reason why maintaining your test levels is important — reducing the risk of prostate cancer.

Testosterone Tip

300 – 1,200 Nanograms per deciliter of blood is the normal test level in adult males.

You may be too young to worry about prostate cancer, but if you keep your testosterone levels high now and as you age, you may not have to worry about prostate cancer later. A new study from Korea reported that men with the lowest testosterone levels had the highest risk of prostate cancer.

Get your testosterone levels tested regularly to stay big, strong and healthy. A natural way to keep your test levels up is to use supplements such as D-aspartate (3 grams in the morning), Ashwagandha (1,500– 2,000 milligrams three times per day with meals), forskolin (20– 50 milligrams two or three times per day), and even vitamin D (2,000–5,000 international units per day).