Blog Updates



  • Psychology & Erectile Dysfunction
  • March 8th, 2013  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Psychology & Erectile Dysfunction Previously, I covered how hidden inflammation and oxidative stress could be contributing to your low testosterone and erectile dysfunction without you, or your doctor, knowing about it. Another often overlooked area that can contribute to ED … Continue reading

  • CRP, Low T, and ED
  • September 19th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • CRP, Low T, and ED   I mentioned last time that even if you appear to be in good health, even if you’re practicing healthy lifestyle habits, and even if your testosterone is normal erectile dysfunction can still be a … Continue reading

  • When Testosterone isn’t Helping, What Do You Do Next?
  • August 15th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • When Testosterone isn’t Helping, What Do You Do Next? One of the most common complaints of men who decide to try Renew Male is occasional or frequent erectile dysfunction. Many of these men have taken testosterone (as steroids or hormone … Continue reading

  • Six Testosterone Friendly Foods
  • July 24th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • There are three principle ways to naturally increase testosterone. The first is to reduce fat mass and increase muscle through a combination of diet and exercise. The second is to take natural testosterone-boosting supplements (like Renew Male). The third – … Continue reading

  • Take a Break
  • June 20th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  •   This past week, I enjoyed some time away from work, away from strenuous workouts, away from strict dietary guidelines, and, most of all, away from most of the things (and people) constantly stressing me out. I also got more … Continue reading

  • Ingredient Spotlight: Rhodiola Rosea
  • June 6th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Ingredient Spotlight: Rhodiola Rosea   The Arctic, Scandinavia, the Alps – wherever there are high mountains and a cold climate you’re likely to find the perennial herb Rhodiola rosea thriving. This ability to survive a demanding, stressful environment is not … Continue reading

  • Understanding Testosterone Testing
  • June 1st, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Understanding Testosterone Testing   When it comes to testing testosterone levels, more is better. That is, the more hormones that you can measure, the better. Think of it like a puzzle – the more pieces (test results) you have the … Continue reading

  • Don’t Buy the Bull$%&#
  • April 24th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Don’t Buy the Bull$%&#   Last time, I touched on how hype is used to sell many male sexual enhancement products and testosterone boosters, but that’s not the only tactic used by supplement companies to sell their rubbish. Here, I’ll … Continue reading

  • Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs for Better Sexual Health (and More Testosterone)
  • April 18th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs for Better Sexual Health (and More Testosterone)   If there’s a market in the world that’s saturated with poor quality products making outrageous, unsubstantiated claims it’s the market for male sexual enhancement pills and testosterone boosters. … Continue reading

  • A Sample Testosterone Friendly Day – PM
  • March 29th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • A Sample Testosterone Friendly Day – PM   Last time, I covered the first half of a sample testosterone boosting. This time, I’ll cover the second half of our sample day including a fat burning, muscle building workout.   3:30 … Continue reading

  • A Sample Testosterone Friendly Day – AM
  • March 20th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • A Sample Testosterone Friendly Day – AM   I’ve covered quite a bit of information in the Renew Male Testosterone Tips over the past six posts. In order to help you integrate this information into your daily life, I’m going … Continue reading

  • Working Out the Workout Details: Part II
  • March 8th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Working Out the Workout Details: Part II   In the last post, I reviewed the (boring) definitions of exercise selection, order, sets, reps, rest, and intensity. This time, I’ll cover the (exciting) way these variables can affect testosterone and how … Continue reading

  • Working Out the Workout Details: Part I
  • February 29th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Working Out the Workout Details: Part I   In this post and the next post, I’ll review the rest of the exercise variables – selection, order, sets, reps, rest, and intensity – and how to utilize them to maximize the … Continue reading

  • Exercise Timing for Maximum Testosterone
  • February 24th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Exercise Timing for Maximum Testosterone   As you already know, exercise is an important part of maintaining healthy testosterone levels over your lifetime by reducing body fat and preserving muscle mass. Resistance exercise (i.e., pumping iron) can have a short-term … Continue reading

  • Macronutrients Matter
  • February 17th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Macronutrients Matter   One of the most common questions I get is how to plan a diet, whether it’s to lose fat, gain muscle, or for a specific medical condition. Creating a personalized meal plan is actually pretty simple, and … Continue reading

  • Choose Whole Foods
  • February 9th, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • The Importance of Whole Foods   Eating whole, unprocessed foods as much as possible is another effective strategy for maximizing testosterone levels. That means that your diet should be comprised primarily of fruits and vegetables; nuts and seeds; eggs and … Continue reading

  • Get your Zzz’s
  • February 2nd, 2012  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Get Your Zzz’s   I’m bombarded with health related questions on a daily basis ranging from “How do I add muscle?” to “How do I beat this cancer?” One of my first questions in return is almost always, “How much … Continue reading

  • Tim Mccllellan Testimonial
  • October 11th, 2011  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon
  • Mike VanArsdale Testimonial
  • October 4th, 2011  by  Dr. Thomas Incledon