Men's Health

Health Blog: Exercise – The Fountain of Youth, Part 2


You can boost your immunity through proper exercise

Knowing the proper way to exercise will go a long way to keep your body young and stave off disease. Starting in adolescence our body’s internal army, the immune system, slowly begins to lose its ability to fight off invaders such as viruses and bacteria. The reason for this is believed to be the gradual shrinking of our body’s primary organ of the immune system, the thymus gland, which begins to shrink around puberty and by age 60 is barely visible.

Krill Oil Blog Summary Page

Learn about health benefits, sustainability and other issues about krill oil

From WellWise krill oil blogs, you can learn about the numerous nutrients krill oil contains, the health benefits it offers, the issues surrounding the harvesting of krill oil, and more.

Health Blog: Three Natural Health Basics I Would Teach Everyone, if I Could…

First basic of natural health: eat and drink properly

3 basics  for natural healthEating well can be treacherous territory. Everywhere you look, you are getting different advice and honestly, that is because there is no one way everyone should eat. But, there is one way you should eat. You just have to learn your way around your own metabolism and your body’s signals when it comes to foods.

Men’s Health Blog: Tackle Male Menopause Now

Fight the ‘Beer Belly Blues’ with diet and exercise

Men's health: male menopause If you are over a man over the age of 40, whether you like it or not, you have already begun to experience male menopause, or andropause, a drastic decline in your male hormones. I prefer to call it “beer belly blues,” since two of the hallmarks of male menopause are an enlarged waist circumference and a decline in your once jovial mood.

Health Blog: Counterfeit Estrogens and Your Metabolism

Is your body being fooled into gaining weight by xenoestrogens?

Counterfeit estrogens in the environment are messing with your metabolism.You may already know that estrogens are critical elements for maintaining health and balance in the body. But did you know that there are estrogen mimickers in our environment that can lead to hormonal imbalance, weight gain and disease?

Health Blog: Happy Tummy, Happy Body

Putting good bacteria in your tummy may one day save your life

Just how important is your tummy to your overall health? Consider this: you are only one cell layer away from the bacteria in your intestines from killing you.

Health Blog: The Run is Afoot!

Naturopathic doctor to run across nation to raise awareness

On July 17th, 2011, Dr. Dennis Godby – accompanied by his energetic sons, Isaiah and Jeremiah, and nephew, Jonas Ely – will set off on an historic, four-month journey from San Francisco, California, to Bridgeport, Connecticut … on foot.

Health Blog: Men, Eat Your Veggies...and Fruits

Study shows fewer urinary tract symptoms with higher dietary intake

Men, in case you still have doubts, your mother was right: Eat your veggies. Here’s proof:

Men – Are You Taking the Best Form of Saw Palmetto?

Health Blog: Does Excess Stress Relate to Your Waistline?

Stress plays havoc with your system

Let’s face it, everyone is stressed these days. According to Kenneth Pelletier PhD, author of Mind as Healer, Mind as Slayer and scientific board member of the American Institute of Stress, between 80–90 percent of all illnesses are linked to stress and 75–90 percent of all visits to the doctor are for stress and anxiety-related concerns.[i]

Health Blog: Muscle Your Way to a Longer Life

The body fat-disease-aging link

Everybody wants to live a long and healthy life. But, if you carry excess body fat on your frame, then you may be setting yourself up for a shorter lifespan than the one you were aiming for.

Study Suggests High Cholesterol in Men Can Be Lowered with Flaxseed

A new study from Iowa State University's Nutrition and Wellness Research Center (NWRC) may give men a way to combat high cholesterol without drugs -- if they don't mind sprinkling some flaxseed into their daily diet. Read more.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E, the grandaddy of them all

Vitamin E was the first vitamin to be discovered, at the University of California-Berkeley in 1922. Since that time there's been thousands of research studies conducted on this fat-soluble vitamin. It got to the point where at least as many cardiologists were themselves taking vitamin E as they were taking aspirin.


Ginseng: the ancient remedy

If it’s true that you are what you eat, then that’s a good reason why Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) root has been consumed by humans for more than 5,000 years. Its man-like appearance led to it being used as an adaptogen to maintain overall health and vitality. Asian ginseng also has a long history of use as a sexual energizer for men.

Men's Health

Real men pop pills

It’s become more than acceptable for men to take pills for sexual performance purposes. They also do it to protect their prostate (which is, of course, also related to that first item above). They also do it for weekend warrior purposes.

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