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Factor no.5

The Y chromosome defines the male sex.

Androgens boost ‘masculinity’.

If XY chromosomes are present when a fetus develops, the baby will be a male. While chromosomes do play a role in male sex determination and development, other attributes associated with ‘maleness’ are generated by androgens, a sex hormone key to male sexual and reproductive functions, which also makes certain masculine features such as body and facial hair, bones and muscles more pronounced.

An effective solution

that tackles the cause at its roots

With its recently developed “Men Balance Matrixes” (M.B.M™), DuraScience Institute of USA has been actively conducting research directed at improving men’s welfare and finding ways to bolster masculine attributes.

4 Responsible Factors

for M.B.MTM



A recent study has revealed that genetics play a role in androgen production and metabolism, which both influence androgen balance. If a person’s DNA features genetic defects, these will likely ripple onto his or her entire system, and lead to potentially serious dysfunctions or/and diseases.

Inside the male body, all cells are endowed with Androgen Receptors (AR). If these gene receptors are sent testosterone or dihydrotestosterone, complex cellular activities would follow.


Bacterial Balance

in the Gut

Research has concluded that gut microbiome levels have a direct impact on a person’s digestive system, immune stimulation via GALT (Gut-Associated Lymphatic Tissue), as well as on the nutrient absorption process. Further studies have suggested that gut microbiome may even have an effect in limiting androgen imbalance in the male body. On the other hand, the consumption of foods high in carbohydrates has been linked with heightened bacterial imbalance risks.


Good Nutrition

A healthy and balanced diet is essential for keeping one’s sex hormone levels in check. The estrogen hormone is especially sensitive to nutritional deficiencies, and therefore if a person’s diet is poor (either because of an insufficient food intake or due to the poor quality of the food consumed), this may result in a hormonal imbalance, and render androgen levels may become either too dominant or too low.


A Good Anti-Inflammatory System

Generated by cellular metabolism and found externally in certain foods, chemicals and pollutants, free radicals (including Reactive Oxygen Species: ROS, and Reactive Nitrogen Species: RNS), can seriously damage the entirety of a person’s cellular system. The accumulation of free radicals over time often results in oxidative stress, which, by means of cell degeneration, cell dysfunction, an androgen production imbalance and other problems linked to the reproductive system, may impair protein, fat levels as well as a person’s DNA.
When a body is equipped with all the necessary antioxidants, hormonal production and balance is likely to be optimal. Furthermore, a number of studies has shown that an adequate antioxidant intake significantly improves testosterone levels, as well as the quality and quantity of sperm produced by the male genital organs.

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