Category Archives: Diets

The Standard American Diet is Linked to Poor Testicular Function


Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 9th, 2021

western junk food diet linked to poor testicular function 300x200More doctors around the world are realizing that the Standard American Diet (or SAD, for short) is an incredibly poor diet, indeed. It is poor in nutrients, full of fat that leads to heart disease and weight gain and is probably the cause of a host of other terrible health issues. One of these health issues, that has recently come to light, is impaired testicular function. The Western Junk Food Diet Now, many people think that the SAD is normal and healthy for most people. Yes, there are plenty of Americans who eat a healthy and wonderful diet. But in … Read more »

Boost Your Testosterone With a Low-Calorie, Ketogenic-Focused Diet


Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 1st, 2021

ketogenic diet can boost testosterone levels when overweight or obese 300x169Most men these days are looking to boost their testosterone levels, either naturally or with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). Many try the natural way first before starting hormone replacement. In fact, testosterone levels in men are the lowest we’ve ever seen, even in young men. Is there something in our food? Water? Are we not exercising enough? We do not know the answer but there are several natural ways that have been found to boost testosterone in many men. One of these ways is to eat a low-calorie and ketogenic-based diet. Low-Cal and Ketogenic Diet Dramatically Affects Testosterone Levels A … Read more »

Testosterone-Boosting Foods: Nutrition for a Man


Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Published on March 24th, 2021

foods to boost testosterone levels 300x200If you’re looking to boost your testosterone levels naturally, it will be more of a long-term endeavor. Diet and lifestyle changes will need to be made and followed consistently in order to see results. The more consistent you are, the faster you will see results. This article will cover the diet aspect of naturally boosting testosterone by discussing the foods that provide the building blocks for testosterone production. Eat these foods and you’ll be eating the perfect nutrition that every man needs. Eat a Well-Balanced Diet to Increase Testosterone Levels The emphasis here with a well-balanced diet is high saturated … Read more »

Controlling Testosterone Levels Through Diet


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on October 12th, 2020

strong men testosterone 300x181For men, protecting Testosterone Levels is very important. The older that we get, the more conscientious that we have to be to ward off the effects of Low-T and Andropause. One of the most impactful means to preserve healthy Testosterone Levels is through diet. By combining a nutritious and thoughtful diet with exercise, rest, and smart lifestyle choices, you can maximize your Testosterone Levels naturally at any age! Video Download: Controlling Testosterone Levels Through Diet Video Stream: Controlling Testosterone Levels Through Diet Foods that Help Boost TestosteroneFish Oil (capsule or via fatty fish) – Omega-Three Fatty Acids help provide the building blocks of Testosterone. Trout, Sardines, Salmon, and Herring are all excellent choices. Eating fish twice weekly is recommended.Fortified Milk Products (Dairy/Non-Dairy) – Vitamin D is Critical for Testosterone Production, but can only be synthesized via sunlight exposure or diet. Be certain to get your Vitamin D, especially if you haven't seen the sun much lately.Pomegranates – Pomegranates provide several benefits. They are good for mood balance and controlling blood pressure. Eating/Drinking Pomegranate every day can significantly increase Testosterone.Oysters – Oysters contain stellar amounts of Zinc, a key ingredient for the body's production of Testosterone.Leafy Greens – Magnesium is another key factor for maximizing Testosterone, … Read more »

Micronutrients: The Gateway to Cellular Health Function 101


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 7th, 2020

micronutrients cellular function 300x200Introduction to Micronutrient testing in clinical practice. Interpreting Micronutrient testing discussing clinical correlations. Presented by: Dr. Bernarda Zenker, M.D. If you want to truly optimize your health, then you must understand that it is not just all about hormone optimization therapy. The second, if not the most crucial aspect of your health is within your intracellular nutrient intake. Here is a chance to get them checked and treated precisely to your needs. Just as you've checked your hormone levels, this is the next level and steps to better your health.   WHY IS CELLULAR FUNCTION IMPORTANT? Cell function is a … Read more »

Could a Revolutionary Weight Loss Strategy Be on the Horizon?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 19th, 2020

scale 403585_640 300x199Brown Fat Metabolism-Boosting Method DiscoveredObesity is a national epidemic in the United States and a growing problem across the world. As more and more countries are stabilizing their food supplies, they begin to have to deal with issues like overeating and obesity more often.According to the WHO, there are almost 1.5 billion men and women across the world that are clinically obese or overweight. On top of that, there are more than forty million boys and girls under five years old that are at least overweight. Video Download: Could A Revolutionary Weight Loss Strategy Be On The Horizon Part 1 Video Stream: Could A Revolutionary Weight Loss Strategy Be On The Horizon Part 1 Video Download: Could A Revolutionary Weight Loss Strategy Be On The Horizon Part 2 Video Stream: Could A Revolutionary Weight Loss Strategy Be On The Horizon Part 2 Our bodies just aren't designed to withstand obesity, and it incredibly detrimental to our long-term health. For example, the eating habits associated with obesity significantly increase the risk of Adult-Onset Diabetes. Type-2 Diabetes is a form of Insulin Resistance, which reduces the ability of the body to transport energy, in the way of glucose, to target cells throughout … Read more »