Nutrition Business Journal

High Profits In Low T


With the NFL season in full swing and NBA players hitting the hardwood, one thing is as certain as an Andrew Luck long bomb or LeBron James dunk—advertisements for testosterone drugs, men’s-specific supplements and male vitality clinics will dominate the airwaves. “Low T” means big business, the kind of business that buys that airtime.

Multimillion-dollar marketing campaigns have successfully pushed testosterone replacem

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