Fenugreek Man - Information

Falling testosterone levels

A 60-year-old man can have up to 40% lower testosterone concentration compared to his "younger self". This is because the testosterone concentration in most men decreases at a rate of 1-2% per year after the age of 30. The reduction varies from individual to individual and is due to changes in the flow of male sex hormones (androgens). Testosterone is often described as the male sex hormone and plays an important role in emotional and physical well-being.

The male menopause

Testosterone levels are thus affected by the simple and natural fact that we are getting older. But our way of life also plays a role, for example weight gain and lack of exercise can affect the level of testosterone. In science, reduced testosterone production has been labeled as the man's "andropause", i.e. the man's equivalent of the woman's menopause. The symptoms associated with this include reduced energy levels, poorer concentration, weight gain and reduced sex drive.

Natural composition that contributes

Fenugreek Man is developed for men aged 30 and over. Through its composition, male functions such as testosterone levels, physical and mental presence, muscle function, energy metabolism and protein composition are balanced and supported. Zinc contributes to normal testosterone levels. Magnesium contributes to normal protein synthesis and has a role in cell division and contributes to normal energy metabolism and muscle function. Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycolysis.


Fenugreek Man contains ZMA which stands for Zinc and Magnesium originally, but often vitamin B6 is also added. Vitamin B6 is involved in, among other things, nerve signaling, protein metabolism and hormone regulation in the body, which means that it fits well with zinc and magnesium. ZMA is a popular combination for people who exercise as the substances are involved in muscle building processes.