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Factor no.5

Y chromosome defines ‘male’.

Androgen boosts ‘masculinity’.

Maleness is determined by XY chromosome as soon as a fetus takes place. On the other aspect, it is androgen, a male sex hormone, that enhances masculine features such as his genitals and reproductive system, body and facial hair, bones and muscles, etc.

Achieving the right solution

by examining the real causes.

Durascience Institute of USA has been actively working on scientific principles to improve men’s health and to enhance masculinity traits, namely “Men Balance Matrixes” (M.B.M™).

4 Factors

that responsible for M.B.MTM



A study revealed that genetics is a factor in the production of, and the metabolism of androgen that has an effect on androgen balance. If there are genetic defects, that are likely to have an impact on the entire system—leading to dysfunctions or serious diseases.

All cells inside a male body are equipped with Androgen Receptors (AR). Should these gene receptors receive testosterone or dihydrotestosterone, this would be followed by complex cellular activities.


Bacterial Balance

in the Gut

It is concluded that gut microbiome has a direct influence on the digestive system, immune stimulation via GALT (Gut-Associated Lymphatic Tissue), as well as the performance of nutrient absorption.

More studies suggested that gut microbiome even regulates androgen balance. The bacterial balance in the gut might be adversely influenced by a bunch of factors, for instance, high-carbohydrate foods sometimes link to the decline of bacterial balance.


Good Nutrition

Good nutrition is good to balance estrogen level, so getting essential nutrition prevents androgen dominance and androgen deficit. These kinds of hormonal imbalance, no matter their stages—mild to severe, have negative effects on you physically and mentally. Bad moods and signs of system dysfunctions are expected to manifest in those with the hormonal imbalance.


Good Anti-Inflammatory System

Free radicals (including Reactive Oxygen Species: ROS, and Reactive Nitrogen Species: RNS) inevitably damage all human cells. These free radicals come from cellular metabolism, and external factors like chemicals, foods, and pollutants. At one point in time, the free radicals have accumulated, then oxidative stress occurs. The oxidative stress causes damage to protein, fat, and DNA. The damage contributes to the degeneration of cell, cell dysfunction, unbalanced androgen production, and including the reproductive system problems.

Once our body has effective antioxidants, it will be advantageous to the hormonal production and the hormonal balance.

A number of studies pinpoint that getting sufficient antioxidants would be beneficial to the level of testosterone, and the quality of, and the decent amount of sperm.

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