These days, when it comes to erectile dysfunction (ED), most men reach for pharmaceuticals to improve sexual function. However, while the popular ED medications work to remedy the immediate situation, they are not designed to eliminate the root cause of the issue, which is often an underlying health condition—in most cases, poor blood flow that could be related to diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, or metabolic syndrome.Continue reading
It’s Men’s Health Month, which is a time set aside to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease. And with Father’s Day right around the corner, I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about a widely believed health myth that could be very damaging to the health of you or the men in your life.Continue reading
Today marks the start of National Diabetes Awareness Month, and in honor, I’ve been working on something very special to share with you. It’s called, The Diabetes Nutrition Guide with 31 Expert Tips for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes, and it’s a pretty awesome (and free) 128-page eBook that you can download (here).Continue reading
A couple of months ago, Rosie O’Donnell saved my mom’s life with HEPPP, which is the acronym she made up to help women remember the signs of heart attacks in women – which are different than the classic signs in men.
Learn more about the signs of heart attack and the ten steps you can take to support your heart and decrease your risk for a heart attack.Continue reading
As a hormone specialist, I see male patients all the time who want to be checked for low testosterone. It’s a smart move on their part. Testosterone affects more than just sex drive and erections. It plays a key role … Continue reading