Super Miraforte is the Life Extension Foundation's libido, anti-estrogen and testosterone
supplement. Life Extension is one of the oldest and most reputable of the
supplement manufacturers out there, specializing in anti-aging in particular,
and with Miraforte they have taken aim at many of the hormonal issue that so
often accompany the middle age and beyond years.
What is interesting is that Super Miraforte is very often sold to bodybuilders,
because of its powers to decrease estrogen and likely slightly increase
testosterone. Chrysin has a questionable history of decreasing estrogen.
However, Life Extension seems to have supercharged it with the addition of
piperine for increased absorption. This is likely the reason that
has been very well-received and reviewed and is used by bodybuilders in many cases.
(I have even read that some doctors are recommending it.)
possibly increase testosterone? One of the
key things that most older men need is
Estrogen Control and Miraforte does just
that. The reason that this is so critical is that, not only will estrogen
"crowd out" testosterone, but it also can directly put the brakes on the
testosterone output from your Leydig cells.  This means that
, by decreasing estrogen, could lead to a T increase for middle-aged and beyond males
that are struggling with inflated levels of the female hormones.
Do you know the foods and drinks that increase erection-boosting
Nitric Oxide? Check out the
Peak Erectile Strength Diet where I show
you how to dramatically and naturally improve your erectile strength.
CAUTION: If you have any medical conditions or are on any
medications, please consult with your doctor before taking any supplement.
Also, some men have such low T and E that
their levels of estradiol are dangerously low. See my link on
Why Men Need
Estrogen for more information.
Below I outline how Super Miraforte
your sex life, including possibly increasing testosterone and libido and
decreasing testosterone libido.
1. Chrysin. Chrysin is a known estrogen lowerer and it works by
inhibiting the aromatization of testosterone to estrogen. As males age (and gain weight),
an increasing percentage of their precious T is converted to E and chrysin
CAUTION: Supermiraforte has been around quite awhile. However,
it should be noted that one study showed Chrysin inhibiting the
conversion of T4 to T3 and thus negatively impacting thyroid function. 
This could potentially lead to weight gain, which would sabotage estrogen
2. Nettle. Nettle is a well-known liver protector. What is not so well known
is that it also fights aromatization of testosterone to estrogen as well.
3. Zinc. Zinc remains a controversial testosterone booster as I cover in link
on Zinc and ZMA. However, for those
who are zinc deficient, this will likely give a boost. Remember that if you ejaculate,
about a third of your zinc goes with it, so this can potentially help those who
are sexually active as well.
4. Muira Puima. This herb is an aphrodisiac with a long history
and some of its effects have even been documented in a few small studies. 
Another study reported improved morning erections as well.
5. Maca. This plant is another libido booster that I cover extensively in
my link on The Superpowers of Maca. Maca has
actually been used as a food for centuries with an admirable safety profile.
6. Piperine. This compound from pepper, as in black, boosts the absorption
of many supplements and compounds. Life Extension Foundation, by including, some
piperine is essentially "supercharging" their supplement for better efficacy.
NOTE: Increasing testosterone in men can also lead to increases in
nitric oxide as well as testosterone works positively on NOS (Nitric Oxide
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2) J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 1978 Dec, 47(6):1368-73, "Direct inhibition of Leydig
cell function by estradiol"
3) Prog Clin Biol Res, 1986, 213:359-71, "Iodothyronine
deiodinase is inhibited by plant flavonoids"