Men’s Health

ED and Diabetes

Diabetes is a common cause of erectile dysfunction (ED). Erections demand a blood supply, and diabetes affects the blood vessels and blood supply to the organs. This includes the brain, heart, kidneys and penis. In fact a man that has ED is at risk for heart disease. Numerous clinical studies suggest that at least half of of all male diabetics will experience problems with erections. Men with diabetes are up to three times more likely to have ED and it have it appear earlier in life. The significance of erectile dysfunction increases with the severity and duration of diabetes, along with age. (more…)

How to Get Stronger Natural Erections

Did you know that there are plenty of natural ways to improve your erection? Who does not want stronger, longer and bigger erections? Here are a few tips to get you there! (more…)

Does Muscle Weigh More Than Fat?

A common fitness misconception! Muscle does not weigh more than fat. A pound is a pound – both a pound of muscle and a pound of fat weigh the same. What is the good news about this? Muscle takes up significantly less space. (more…)

Why is Protein Good for Weight Loss?

When undergoing a weight loss journey, you may question why protein is so prized. Does it really help you lose weight? Here are a few reasons why protein is your friend when achieving a weight loss goal. (more…)

Stop Craving Junk Food!

Do you love pizza or ice cream like it is your next breath of air? Would you eat it day and night if it was not for those thousands of calories? Cravings can sometimes last for days and can get pretty intense. Cravings are a part of life. They do not make you weak and it does not mean that you are doing something wrong. Cravings are simply proof that you are a human. There is a simple strategy to dealing with these cravings! (more…)

Why Don’t You Want to Workout at the Gym as Often as You Should?

Generally, the most common reason for hiring a personal trainer to assist in workouts is lack of motivation. However, in 2011 a trio of motivational science researchers found that motivation level was not the biggest factor, CONVENIENCE in relation to daily routine was in fact the largest factor! (more…)

6 Foods Choices that Help Fight Inflammation

Persistent inflammation can cause chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and cancer. The key to reducing this inflammation may not be in your medicine cabinet but rather in your refrigerator. The bad type of inflammation results from poor lifestyle choices such as bad diet and smoking. Studies suggest that a healthy diet of antioxidant rich foods like leafy greens, berries, nuts, seeds and certain spices can help combat the inflammatory process and actually help prevent illness.  (more…)

5 Tips to Take Control of Food Addiction

When you think of the word addiction, you tend to think drugs or alcohol. But this word can also describe an excessive behavior such as compulsive eating. (more…)

Steps to Break Unhealthy Relationships with Food

What may begin as an innocent intention to eat healthfully can get out of hand, leading to guilt and shame when we break our self-imposed rules. Sometimes we need to mend these relationships. Your need to build trust, which is the key to any good relationship. Here are four steps to guide you in trusting yourself enough to enjoy food, rather than micromanage it. (more…)

Understanding Erectile Dysfunction

What is going on down there? What is causing these issues? What can I do? (more…)