Happy Tuesday, guys. I'd like to talk about a subject that might make some of you feel a little, well, uneasy. Your prostate gland. And whether or not yours is as healthy as it should be. It used to be that prostate problems were primarily something only elderly men had to worry about, but no longer. Unfortunately, increasing numbers of men are experiencing prostate challenges at younger and younger ages. Let’s take a closer...
In the enormous ocean of supplements, there are many products that tout they are “especially for” men or women. But is that just marketing hype? Well, let’s start by taking a look at nutrients. [[big3]]The nutrients women need most[[end]] It is estimated that at least 30 percent of women are deficient in one or more nutrients, and that number jumps up as we age and especially if you use acid reducers. Although ALL nutrients...
Hopefully, something like, “Um, Sher, what about all the other ingredients? Just flour and sugar will create a mess—not a cake.”
And you’d be right.
Well, the typical advice for osteoporosis is about as lacking…and the result is much more serious than a bad cake.
If you were buying a used car, would you blindly purchase one without asking questions about engine problems, gas mileage, etc.?
Of course not!
Well, there is a “purchase” that most of us make that is FAR more important than a vehicle, yet many people are hesitant or afraid to ask questions.
I’m talking about medical care!
When the average person hears the word testosterone, they think “libido in men.” Well, yes that’s true. Testosterone is the numero uno male sex hormone. But there’s a lot more to it than that. Plus it’s not limited to just men—we women have it in our bodies too, just at lower levels.