High Testosterone Protocol


Patient Protocol

Before you start working on your hormones, you should ensure that your gut and digestive system are optimized from using the previous protocols.

The diet choices we make can have a large influence on our hormonal health. There is vast information available to explain the benefits of various diets, so we won’t get into much detail here. Basically, our only advice is to make sure you are avoiding xenoestrogens (artificial estrogens) in the food supply by eating organic dairy, butter, and meat. Avoiding conventionally raised meat, eggs, and dairy will help you avoid some of the worst toxic estrogens in the food supply. Also, it is important to eat local and organic food as much as possible. GMO and conventionally grown fruits and veggies have an enormous toxin load and should be avoided if possible.

Most of the toxins—herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides—used in farming act like estrogens inside our bodies. How can you have hormone balance if your body is constantly exposed to artificial hormones from your food? If your goal is hormone balance, you should be committed to purchasing and/or growing the best food possible.


Dynamic Hormone Balance – 1 scoop twice a day. Provides evidence-based ingredients that support healthy estrogen balance and endocrine function.

Fruits & Greens – 1 scoop twice a day. Daily drink with antioxidant power of 20+ servings of fruits and vegetables. A great tasting, nutrient-rich superfood with whole food concentrates to provide synergistic phytonutrient nutrition.

Prostate Support – 1 capsule twice a day with meals. Provides support for healthy molecular and cellular functions needed to balance estrogen hormone metabolism.

Berberine Pro – 1 capsule 3x per day with meals. Improves blood sugar regulation by lowering insulin levels and helps to prevents

Myo-Inositol Complex – 3 capsules 2x per day (6 capsules per day) with meals. A comprehensive formula to support healthy ovarian function and promotes hormonal balance. Each of the ingredients work together to support optimal blood glucose balance since this is key to healthy ovarian function.