Hormones naturally decline as you age, and hormone deficiencies are a great contributor to the symptoms that we commonly associate with aging, such as: hair loss, fatigue, lowered libido, bone loss, muscle loss, cognitive decline, thinning skin and reduced metabolism. Hormones can also decline from things such as: stress, toxic overload, menopause, infections, organ and gland disorders (thyroid disease, adrenal fatigue, liver toxicity etc.), eating disorders, and an unhealthy diet.
The science is finally catching up and confirming what I’ve been teaching for years – a wholefood, plant-based diet (WFPB) is the key to preventing and reversing America’s most deadly and common chronic diseases. In fact, plant-based nutrition has been shown to protect against the 15 leading causes of death in the world. Unfortunately, despite it’s remarkable benefits, plant-based eating still isn’t widely promoted by mainstream medicine or the media, probably because there is no money to be made in this all-natural way of eating.
Eating the right diet is the best weapon you have for fighting diabetes and heart disease. But you need to be careful when choosing your diet because there is a lot of conflicting advice and some diets that claim to reduce chronic disease risk, can actually increase it. The ketogenic diet is a great example of this.
Testosterone is a powerful steroid hormone. It is often referred to as the male sex hormone because it’s responsible for male sex characteristics and men produce ten times more of it than women. The maintenance of adequate testosterone levels in men is essential for mental, physical, emotional and sexual wellbeing. Unfortunately, after age of 30, testosterone begins to decline and most men will experience a 1 drop in testosterone levels per year, after their twenties. This may not sound like a lot, but by age 40 it amounts to a 10 loss which is enough to produce noticeable symptoms and by age 60 levels will typically be 30 lower than age 30. Fortunately, testosterone levels can easily be increased and the negative symptoms associated with low testosterone reversed. Before explaining how to naturally and effectively boost testosterone levels, lets first examine what the benefits are of doing so.
Autism Spectrum Disorder, also known as ASD, is a developmental disability. ASD effects a wide variety of skills needed to function. These skills include communicating in a social environment, uncommon behavior (hand flapping), repetitive behaviors, inability to adjust to new/different situations, etc. Avoiding Autism completely can be difficult, however there are ways to reduce your or your child’s risk. It is called Methylation.
Adrenal fatigue is a major epidemic that has swept the nation, and no one is talking about. In fact, most conventional physicians completely deny it even exists. You, like many other Americans, may be suffering with it right now and not even realize it, even though it is markedly compromising your productivity and quality of life. Fortunately, recovery is possible, and if you have adrenal fatigue the following information can help you achieve a higher level of functioning than you ever thought possible.
If you look at the technology industry and the rapid advances that have been made over the past few decades, you will realize just how stalled the medical industry is. The primary cause for the stagnation of medical discoveries and advances, is that the industry has traditionally been controlled by big companies and doctors trying to protect their own interests by withholding data.