10-Second Strategy for Boosting Testosterone

We now have guys in their 20's and 30's with the testosterone levels that might be expected for men in their 80's.

That's why today's featured topic couldn't come at a better time!

Are Saturated Fats the Devil? Maybe Not…

Written by: Anthony Alayon, Certified Sports Nutritionist

tired-in-gymIf you’re a man and over the age of 25, I suggest you stop what you’re doing right now and read every word of this short article as your manhood is at stake.

You see, testosterone is the one hormone that makes us men. It gives us the ability to build muscle, burn fat, lift more weights in the gym and have more energy. If that’s not enough, it is what makes women attracted to us. Continue reading

5 Health Benefits of Sex That Will Surprise You

Written by: Mike Westerdal, Certified Sports Nutritionist

Couple in love - Beginning of a Love StoryAlthough researchers have known about the health benefits of sex for a long time, only in the last decade has the taboo surrounding sex research been lifted, which has led to increased number of studies in this areas.

And as the body of research grows, experts are increasingly recognizing sex as an under-utilized resource in terms of boosting physical and emotional well-being. Some research also suggests that sexual activities can be classified as moderate intensity exercise. Very interesting! Here are five health benefits of sex that may surprise you! Continue reading

3 “Doctor Approved” Testosterone Boosting Alternatives That Don’t Work

Written by: Anthony Alayon, Certified Sports Nutritionist

Did you know that men are suffering from Low-T as early as age 25?

It may sound hard to believe but studies have proven that men begin to experience the following symptoms in their 20’s: low sex drive, lack of energy, mood swings, decrease in muscle mass, slower metabolism and depression.

In fact, According to the American Diabetes Association, as many as 13 million men in the United States may have low testosterone levels — and more than 90 percent of them are not being treated. Continue reading

How Alcohol Affects Your Liver


Written by: Mike Westerdal, Sports Nutrition Certified

milk thistle people having a good timeThe liver is the largest internal organ in our body. It is also one of the most important. According to biologists, the liver carries out more than 500 different types of functions in our body. One of its most important functions is the breaking down food through digestion and converting that food into energy.

Another very important function of liver is to remove any harmful nutrients and materials from your body through filtration, providing defense against a host of illnesses and diseases.

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2 Food Ingredients That DAMAGE Your Liver

Written by: Mike Westerdal, Sports Nutrition Certified

Doctor with liverThe adult human body has about 100 trillion cells, a total of 206 bones, 600 muscles, and 22 internal organs. Of these, five are considered to be vital organs: the heart, the brain, kidneys, lungs and the liver.

While all of these are essential to survival, the liver is of particular importance due to the critical role it plays in the digestion process, breaking down food particles into the energy that is used by all of the body’s other organs and systems. Continue reading

3 Foods That Protect Your Prostate

Portrait of a mature handsome man smiling

Written by: Anthony Alayon, CSN

For men, maintaining a healthy prostate is among our top health concerns. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland located just below the bladder. It is part of the male reproductive system, producing components of the seminal fluid that transports sperm through the urethra during ejaculation. By virtue of the fact that the prostate gland surrounds the urethra, it also impacts the flow of urine out of the bladder. Continue reading

The 3 BEST Herbal Ingredients That Supercharge Your Prostate Health

Prostate organ gland on a white background as a medical illustration concept for part of the male reproductive anatomy including the bladder and seminal vesicle.

Written by: Anthony Alayon, CSN

Men and women each have their unique set of health concerns that tend to arise as they get older.

For men, once they reach the age of 40, they should start paying much closer attention to the health and functioning of the prostate gland, which is walnut-sized and located just below the bladder.

As men age, it is very common for the prostate to begin to enlarge. When this happens, it is usually referred to simply as ‘enlarged prostate’ or benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH).

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The #1 Nutrient That Protects Your Prostate

1Written by: Anthony Alayon, CSN

Men and women are clearly physically different from one another. The most obvious differences between the sexes stem from the fact that men and women each have distinct reproductive systems.

Most of the female reproductive system is internal while most of the male system is external. One part of the male reproductive system that is not external is the prostate gland.

Only men have a prostate gland. It is about the size of a walnut and is located just below the bladder, surrounding the urethra, which is the tube that carries both urine and semen out of the body. The prostate gland is part gland and part muscle and is comprised of a central lobe with one lobe on each side.

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3 Powerful Libido Boosters That Actually Work

balanceOne of the major complaints many people have as they get older is that they no longer have a great sex drive.

In fact, many younger people suffer from this, as well, simply due to too much stress in the workplace, unhealthy diets, and lack of sleep.

Maintaining your health is vital to keeping your sex drive going, but, unfortunately, that is difficult in today’s world. However, there is great news for you.

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