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Male Factor 2

Supports normal testosteron concentration and hormone metabolism (Zinc, B5)
Male Factor 2

Male Factor 2 works together with Male Factor 1

Male menopause is a natural process that all men experience. It involves a gradual decrease in testosterone levels by 1 -2% per year on average. The hormone testosterone helps the body maintain muscle strength, endurance and physical fitness. It has also been associated with blood pressure, cholesterol levels and libido.

Facts about testosterone:

  • Testosterone levels start to decrease around the age of thirty.
  • Men produce approximately 7 mg of testosterone per day.
  • Free testosterone levels decrease by 50-60% between the ages of twenty-five and seventy-five.

What causes a decrease in testosterone?
A decrease in testosterone can have different causes:

  • Testosterone metabolism changes
  • Testosterone production decreases
  • The testosterone supply in the blood changes, testosterone starts to bind more tightly to the SHBG protein and free testosterone levels decrease
  • The effectiveness of testosterone receptors decreases
  • There are interactions with other hormones

Male Factor 2:  how does it work?
Male Factor 2 contains safe ingredients. Male Factor 2 slows the breakdown of testosterone. It complements Male Factor 1, which supports testosterone production.

Active ingredients and their properties:

  • Vitamin B5 regulates the breakdown of androgen hormones
  • Vitamin B6 regulates hormonal activity
  • Zinc supports free testosterone levels in the blood
  • Saw Palmetto and Pygeum Africanicum extract contribute to a healthy prostate

Natural support
Are you looking for a natural way to support your bodily processes? Use the checklist 'Do I have signs of low testosterone?' If you answer yes to several questions, please contact us.

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The new male-supplement, works as an add-on to Male Factor 1. Testosterone levels decrease with age, which can trigger a number of changes. Male Factor 2 with zinc and vitamin B6 supports healthy testosterone production, regulates hormone metabolism and inhibits the breakdown of testosterone. This can help maintain optimum testosterone levels.


 Right combination of clinically-active ingredients 1 capsule per day

 Accreditation by World Council of Anti-Aging & Preventive Medicine dr's

 Blisters: hygienic & long shelf life

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