Testosterone is that well known hormone that is closely connected to muscle mass, sexual function and, yes, hair growth. We often associate it only with men, but women produce this hormone as well. It’s a key hormone in our bodies, and that’s why information on how to increase testosterone is worth becoming familiar with.
While most men have normal levels of testosterone through youth, once they hit about 30 it becomes harder to maintain the hormone and levels start to drop. And that’s where all kinds of issues, such as difficulty concentrating, memory challenges and – let’s just put it out there – erectile dysfunction can occur. To make matters worse, a lowering of testosterone levels can also lead to an increased rate of prostate cancer and heart disease. Read more
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
You don't need drugs to increase your testosterone levels. Here are seven ways to raise them naturally.
Monday, March 30, 2015
Friday, March 27, 2015
Learn how to make all-natural acorn flour for self-reliance.
If you're ready to enjoy a flavorful, healthy flour that's a pleasant blend of sweet and nutty, then you'll want to try making acorn flour. It's an easy, affordable habit that not only makes meals more flavorful, but is also one that puts you on the fast track toward self-reliance. And these days, just about everyone knows that self-reliance is essential, especially as society stands on the brink of collapse. Read more
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Is coffee good for your heart? New research says yes to four cups daily.
For years, health authorities believed coffee was bad for your heart. But listen up, java lovers, there’s a new reason to have that extra cup of coffee every day! Drinking as many as four cups daily may actually help in the prevention of a heart attack. That’s according to new research published by BMJ Heart. Read more
Monday, March 23, 2015
Friday, March 20, 2015
Many diets include "cheat days," but Beth Lipton doesn't think they're such a good idea.
Cheat: To break a rule or law usually to gain an advantage at something; to take something from (someone) by lying or breaking a rule.
That’s what Merriam Webster has to say about cheating. Doesn’t sound good, does it? Read more
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Nutritionist Sarah Flowers explains why these ten supposedly unhealthy foods are actually good for you.
They are the foods we hear horror stories about, and have been told to avoid at all costs.
Coffee, eggs, coconut oil and whole milk are just some of the items which have been on the receiving end of bad press over the years
But it’s now time to dispel the myths and embrace these real foods. Read more