1. Get a shower filter to lower chlorine levels. Maybe a whole house filter, too?
2. For more zinc, eat: oysters, meat, sprouted pumpkin seeds, cocoa, spinach and yogurt.
3. Use more glass, wood, natural fibers and stainless steel and less plastic. Examples: glass water bottle, bamboo keyboard and mouse, glass tuperware, stainless steel pot and kitchenware, 100% cotton sheets and clothes, tent without extra chemicals.
4. Get good sunshine earlier in the day to activate daytime body cycle.
5. Use coconut oil and butter.
6. Engage in healthy competition.
7. Consider high-quality probiotics – sauerkraut, kimchi, yogurt, etc.
Most healthy males have a testosterone to epitestosterone ratio of about 1:1. Since exogenous administration of testosterone does not affect epitestosterone levels in the body, the ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone has been used to identify athletes who might be using illegal anabolic steroids. Epitestosterone may potentially interfere with LC/MS/MS determinations. Therefore, we designed our assay to separate epitestosterone from testosterone. We do NOT measure or report epitestosterone in our current LC/MS/MS testosterone method. If an epitestosterone measurement is required, we suggest you approach a testing site that uses a World Anti-doping Agency (WADA)-approved assay.