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Erectile Function

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Heather Pratt, MNT, BCHN

With the advent of the “little blue pill” men’s sexual health has been thrust into the public eye and now, rather than worrying in embarrassed silence about “performance” issues, men are able to openly seek the help they need to...



Posted 01/01/70
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Jack Challem, The Nutrition Reporter™

A Guide to Men’s Health: For Men, and the Women Who Love Them

Men can be pretty complicated creatures when it comes to their health. Most guys don’t like talking about, or even acknowledging, when they’re sick. Sometimes they’re in denial that something’s wrong. At other times they just don’t want women fussing over them, a scene that’s too reminiscent of mom. When women try to broach health issues, they’re often faced with an intractable silence – the leave-me-alone-in-my-cave syndrome. Furthermore, the discussion of men’s health issues often stops and starts with the prostate – and ignores many other problems. As a middle-age man, I can tell you that our bodies go through...

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Posted 01/01/70
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Heather Pratt, MNT, BCHN

Serenoa repens, commonly known as saw palmetto, is a low-growing palm tree that is native to the United States. Its berries were used as both food and medicine by the Seminole people of what is today Florida before European settlers arrived. In the early 1900s it was listed in the official United States Pharmacopoeia, and today an extract of the berries is recommended throughout Europe and even prescribed by doctors there. Although in traditional folk medicine it was used for conditions as varied as stomach ache and bronchitis and as a nutritive tonic, modern use and research of saw palmetto...

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Posted 01/01/70
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Jen Allbritton, CN

Proper Prostate Care, Naturally

Listen up, men – start paying attention to the health of your prostate NOW! Don’t wait for a negative test result. There is an abundance of clinically-proven natural methods of warding off prostate problems, anything from BPH to cancer. For instance, eating enough cruciferous vegetables cuts prostate cancer risk almost in half! Science has also discovered that specific nutrients can make a true difference, such as vitamin D and pygeum. Start today with a prevention plan and, if issues have already come up, these recommendations will be doubly important to follow. Prostate 101 The prostate is a walnut-sized gland below...

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