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Testosterone, like Growth Hormone, plays a large role in muscle bulk and strength, as well as fat-burning.
It also helps regulate sex drive, bone mass, fat distribution (as in where the fat is stored), body composition, and the production of red blood cells and sperm.
As it’s the “male” hormone, we see much higher numbers in men than in women, though women still need this just as men still need some estrogen, the “female” hormone.
Adding a weight-loss supplement to your diet regimen can also help you to achieve your goals, contributing to a reduced appetite, improved metabolism, and better elimination of toxins.
The chicory root has been a staple of the human diet for over 2,000 years. Records of the chicory plant as part of regular meals date as far back as ancient Egypt, through ancient Rome, and into modern times.
Sadly, many people are unfamiliar with this incredible root, and an understanding of its many health benefits has begun to fade into obscurity.
Today we are going to discuss the benefits and uses of this extraordinary plant, one of nature’s most effective weapons in the battle for optimal health.
The importance of having a well-functioning and healthy immune system has become increasingly obvious in recent times.
Sadly, everyone seems to have a different answer as to how you should go about strengthening your immune system. When you go to your local health and wellness shop, you might see twenty or thirty products that tout their “immune boosting” powers. An Amazon search reveals thousands of results.
Well, we’re here to tell you about an effective and ancient remedy that has been in use for over two thousand years: the red reishi mushroom.
Obesity is poised to become the single greatest health risk in America. Any significant health crisis is a complex mix of factors. There is no “single” cause or...
According to the CDC, 37 million people in the US have chronic kidney disease . And 90% of them don’t even know it. Kidney disease creates protein toxicity.
An estimated 100 million Americans live with impaired liver function and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease . And since the year 2000, deaths from liver cirrhosis have gone up a shocking 19.5% .
The liver is critical for processing the toxic byproducts of protein metabolism.
Everyone is affected by this. Continue reading now!
Sleep is one of the largest factors affecting overall health. In fact, our body would go into shock from lack of sleep before lack of food.
Sleep is when our body is able to do very necessary repairs and recover from the day. Without this recovery time we get “little issues” that build up, starting on a cellular level, and finally showing themselves in fatigue, bad mood, fat gain, muscle loss, heart trouble, toxicity levels, and much more.
You see, sleep is when many of our daytime hormones and processes “simmer down” and other hormones are released, activating very different processes.
Sleep is when our body regenerates and rebalances. And without it, or without good, refreshing, restorative sleep, all sorts of problems, both short and long term, can crop up.
It affects our mood, our ability to think, our energy levels, our hormones, our ability to heal, burn fat, and much more.
So let’s go over how lack of good sleep affects us, what may be causing this, and what we can do about it!
What options, then, do diabetics have for a fast, protein-packed meal on that won’t jack up their glucose levels?
This was the same search successful multimedia artist Bodhi Elfman was on for years.