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Proviant Technologies, Inc. offers several proprietary and other products for use in dietary supplements. A license agreement is typically required.

While we traditionally made our products for both men and women, we are shifting focus to providing products to help men maintain their vitality as they age.

Testosterone is a naturally occurring substance found in men, and to a lesser extent women, that belongs to a class of hormones called androgens. Its function in the human body gives rise to many of the male attributes such as increased strength, hair growth, sexual organ development and is considered one of the most important male sex hormones. The hormone is produced mainly in the testes with some production taking place in the adrenal glands. The levels of testosterone are controlled by the brain’s hypothalamus and pituitary glands.

Men usually hit their peak production of testosterone in their late twenties with production slowing after about age thirty. The decrease in testosterone has been associated with a number of important male health issues when the blood levels fall below about 300 nanograms per deciliter. With that said, it’s very important for men to consider products such as spartagen xt from EdgeBioactives, as this is a way to naturally fight low T, using all natural ingredients.

Currently, a number of media outlets are headlining articles about “dad-bod”. One of the aspects of dad-bod is increased male breast size, often with increased body fat. Low-T has a profound effect on both the size, shape and fat distribution in the male body. Even in active men, a noticeable increase in the size of their breast can be a symptom of inadequate testosterone production.

Along the same lines, a loss of muscle tone is another symptom that could be caused by low-T. While it is normal for men to have some loss of muscle tone after their forties, any loss that seems abnormal should be checked by your physician. Likewise, hair loss is another common result of normal aging, but pronounced hair loss is another symptom of low-T and should be investigated.

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