The Top 3 Testosterone Killers

Guy drinking beerTestosterone – it’s often been accused of being the cause of, as well as the solution to all of the world’s problems. For me personally, I consider testosterone to be essential for quality of life and it is without a doubt what makes men… well, men.

It plays a vital role in developing muscle size and strength, enhances sex drive, and fosters self-confidence along with a healthy dose of ambition. More recent research has shown that having optimal testosterone levels (especially in aging males) contributes to better cardiovascular health, bone density, immune strength, brain function and prostate health. Continue reading...

Deciphering Digestive Health by Probing Your Poop

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Discussing your bowel movements with anyone other than your doctor probably won't get you very many dinner party invitations. Yes, farts can be funny, but poop... not so much. It's a shame really, that as we grow into adulthood there is a loss of … [Continue reading]

3 Common Prescription Drugs That Cause Nutrient Deficiencies

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In an ideal world, it would be possible to maintain our health and vitality by simply adhering to a healthy whole foods diet, regular exercise and restful sleep. Unfortunately the demands of modern living often place an inordinate amount of … [Continue reading]

Jean-Claude Van Damme Still Fit at Age 53!

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Why Cholesterol is NOT the Cause of Heart Disease!

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6 Books to Feed Your Mind and Body

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Having dropped out of college in my early twenties, I was besieged at the time by well intentioned family members and friends warning me of the dire future consequences of my short sighted decision. A man without an education, I was told, would … [Continue reading]

Coconut Oil: The Fat That Will Make You Fit

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Although people in the tropics have been consuming coconut oil for thousands of years, it wasn't until the 19th century that it became a common food ingredient in North America. Primarily comprised of saturated fat, coconut oil became widely used … [Continue reading]

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