Hormonal and age-related changes happen gradually to men as compared to women. Testosterone production peaks by age 30 and declines about 10% each decade thereafter. The body’s production of aromatase also increases, resulting in greater conversion of testosterone to estrogen. These changes have implications for cardiovascular health, bone and muscle integrity, cognitive, mood, prostate function, and sex drive. Certain herbal extracts and phytonutrients have been shown to help maintain healthy hormone balance, prostate health and libido. Taking the right nutrients can optimize testosterone production, enhance bioavailability, and direct hormone metabolism along favorable pathways.