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How to keep your prostate healthy – 5 tips

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A Healthy Prostate The prostate gland is an organ in the male body, located just below the bladder. While aging, most men will encounter some form of an age-induced drop in the hormone testosterone and/or an age-related gradual swelling of the prostate gland.   In fact, 50% of all men aged 60 and over will […]

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The True Potency Of The Pumpkin Seed

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October 2012 By William Gamonski   While most people only think of pumpkins on Thanksgiving or Halloween, the seeds of this fruit offer an impressive cocktail of health enhancing and disease fighting compounds, vitamins, and minerals that can be consumed year-round. In addition, they are packed with tryptophan and essential fatty acids [1].   Pumpkin’s History Native to […]

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Menopause: Relieving Menopausal Symptoms Naturally

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By Lane Lenard, PHD As women approach menopause, they become susceptible to a host of complaints, ranging from night sweats and low libido to mood disorders and insomnia. One of the main culprits in menopausal discomforts is declining levels of estrogen. Ever since the Women’s Health Initiative revealed potentially dangerous side effects of some estrogen […]

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Male Sexual Health: The Search for Natural Products to Support Sexual Health

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By Steven Andrews, Preamble by William Faloon We were excited when we recently learned about a ginger-like root that has a long tradition of use in South Asia.1-3 Published studies show that in contrast to the rapid effects of PDE5 inhibitors on local penile blood flow, taking this natural ingredient over time can result in improvements in erectile […]

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Dr. Sandra Kaufmann: The Science of Slowing Aging

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September 2018 By Gary Greenberg   Sandra Kaufmann, M.D., is Chief of Pediatric Anesthesiology at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Fla. The 49-year-old married mother of two is also an athlete who enjoys running, swimming, and rock climbing. When she hit her mid-40s, Kaufmann decided she didn’t want to succumb to the ravages of […]

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Probiotics Rebalance a Dysbiotic Microbiome

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What can we do to restore the all-important balance to dysbiotic microbiomes? By Stanley Remmick The discovery of the human microbiome is changing the ways we think about health and disease. Microbiome is the term for the trillions of living organisms that reside in and on the human body. An estimated 100 trillion microorganisms live in the gut […]

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Resveratrol: Growing Evidence Links Resveratrol to Extended Life Span

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Mechanisms by Which Resveratrol May Extend Life Today, scientists around the world are studying resveratrol to determine how it helps fight aging and prolong life span. Current evidence suggests that it exerts antioxidant effects, boosts energy production, and favorably alters patterns of gene expression. Oxidative stress is implicated in numerous disease processes and in aging […]

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Pink Ribbon – How to Boost Breast Health Naturally

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By any standards, October must be said to be a colorful month. The trees are full of autumn leaves in a hundred shades of red, yellow and orange, and shops, streets, and jacket lapels are filled with pink ribbons, symbolizing the global fight against breast cancer. However, it is easy to take steps that can […]

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