It’s worth changing your diet, men! Research shows most major health risks men face are preventable with easy diet and lifestyle changes. Today, more than ever before, the average male is less healthy and expected to die sooner, than the average female. “Genetics loads the gun and lifestyle pulls the trigger,” comments Kimberly Gomer, Director…
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“Only when you have one or more related symptoms and T levels below 300 should physicians be diagnosing their patients with primary late-onset hypogonadism and considering testosterone therapy,” states Norman Blum, MD, physician and educator on men’s health at the Pritikin Longevity Center.
The initial findings of the Testosterone Trials are now available in four new studies on testosterone therapy. All were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association and JAMA Internal Medicine. Here is a summary of their results.
In just two weeks, a high-fiber, low-fat diet dramatically reduced biomarkers of colon cancer risk, recently reported scientists from the University of Pittsburgh and Imperial College in London.
Foods that improve sexual health are essentially the same foods that improve heart health, science is learning. That’s no surprise to the physicians and other faculty at the Pritikin health and weight-loss resort in Miami. “Just about every man, and many women, who walk in our doors walk out feeling quite a bit more romantic,” smiles Pritikin’s Associate Medical Director Danine Fruge, MD.
Testosterone and sex The commercials insinuate you have low testosterone, or “Low T.” You’re quickly assured that you need not worry, for Low T now has a simple remedy. Just apply a daily dose of topical gel and restore your youthful vitality and virility. If it were only that simple. Decreased libido, energy, and testosterone…
Even though heart disease kills more men in America than virtually all other causes of death combined, heart disease and its many risk factors, including high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes, are almost completely preventable for at least 90% of us by adopting the Pritikin way of life.
Prostate Health: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a noncancerous (benign) growth of the prostate gland. BPH is very common in men over 50 years old. It affects about 10% of men under the age of 40, and increases to about 80% by 80 years of age. BPH is more common among American and European men than Asian men.
Ask any guy who has it (and many do), prostatitis, or inflammation of the prostate, is no fun. Symptoms commonly include pelvic, testicular, and penile pain; frequent urination; pain or burning during urinating; chills and fevers; and sexual difficulties.
An American man dies every 18 minutes from prostate cancer. The time to act is now – before you get the disease, before you’re forced to endure prostate cancer surgery and its many miseries, like impotence, urinary incontinence, and a shortened penis.