Intermittent Fasting May Improve Heart Health

Intermittent fasting has been getting a lot of press for its potential benefits which include weight loss, improved blood sugar levels, improved heart health, decreased hunger, and reduced inflammation. If you’re not familiar with the term, intermittent fasting is when one restricts the time he/she is eating, usually between 12-16 hours per day or even …

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Exercise May Be Linked to Sperm Quality

Most people know that diet and exercise are important for our health, and every month more studies are published showing how our lifestyle choices significantly impact our body systems. A new study published in Human Reproduction found that men who engaged in the most physical activity had the highest sperm motility, which is defined as …

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Foods to treat Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) has many causes, but research has shown that obesity, hypertension (HTN), diabetes, stress, and anxiety have all been linked to ED. Our diets are filled with processed foods that are high in sodium and sugar and lack many vital nutrients. The food we ingest and our lifestyle choices affect ED and our …

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Intermittent Fasting

Does Intermittent Fasting Work?

Every year there seems to be a new fad diet that everyone swears by, and tons of people try it – some with success and some without. This year the diet craze seems to be focused on intermittent fasting, or time-restricted eating. The Wall Street Journal just published an article supporting the benefits of this …

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It’s Not Just Carbs in Our Cereal

As most people know, there are chemicals and pesticides in our environment and in the food we eat. There is an ongoing debate about the safety of many of these chemicals and what is an acceptable level for human consumption. One pesticide that has been heavily researched is glyphosphate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup …

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Water Bottles & Low Testosterone

We need to drink water to survive. In fact, our bodies are approximately 60% water, and every cell in our body uses it. Water regulates temperature, removes waste, aids in digestion, and prevents dehydration. Without it, we could not digest and absorb our vitamins and minerals, yet most of us don’t drink enough daily. In …

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Can sperm count be related to your diet?

Today, we often forget (or ignore) how food affects our health. Food is fuel and there is something to the adage, “you are what you eat.” Our food provides important vitamins, minerals and nutrients which are needed for our bodily processes to work correctly. Food intake has been linked to chronic diseases such as obesity, …

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