Every man needs to take an active approach to managing his own health for the better. Good habits, like regular exercise, are vital, and avoiding bad habits (or at least minimizing them) is also imperative. One of the most powerful influences on a man’s health is his diet, and as an extension of that, there are a number of herbs that can help support concerns specific to men, namely vitality, prostate health, and sex drive. Here are seven of those herbs and the positive results they can encourage.
Cases of autism have risen exponentially in recent years, and researchers are scrambling to find better ways of dealing with the disorder. There has been a 30% increase just within the past two years,  suggesting that there are modern risk factors possibly contributing to the developmental disorder. Despite advances in technology and medicine, autism has no cure, partly because there is no known cause.
I am very pleased to announce that I will be appearing at the Awake and Empowered Expo in Troy, Michigan, April 24-26th, 2015. This exhibition will provide the combined voices of spiritual and natural health leaders for the goal of educating guests on restoring health, removing toxins, and improving one’s connection to the spiritual forces in the Universe. I am deeply honored and incredibly excited to be a keynote speaker at the event, offering my knowledge on healthy living and spiritual consciousness.
Vitamin B12, also known as cyanocobalamin or methylcobalamin, is an essential nutrient in the B-complex of the eight B water-soluble vitamins. This nutrient must be consumed through animal foods (although supplementation may be more ideal) to ensure adequate intake. Vitamin B12 is structurally the largest and most complex of all the vitamins that have been discovered, and a surge of research is coming to the forefront displaying its awesome power in human health.
For most people, getting enough vitamin B12 isn’t an issue. Processed foods are often fortified with cyanocobalamin, a synthetic form of the nutrient. Still, many people are deficient in this vitamin because cyanocobalamin–and many other forms of B12, for that matter–is not highly absorbable. Veganism, age, gastric surgery, gastrointestinal disorders, and pernicious anemia are all factors that can reduce B12 absorption. In most cases, a B12 supplement is needed to replenish stores. The two most popular B12 supplements are cyanocobalamin and methylcobalamin. Which one should you choose? Here are some facts to […]
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