Welcome to HIS Change of Life!
Just like in the new book by doctors Chris Meletis, ND and Sara Wood, ND, this site is a source of cutting edge research and information about hormonal health for MEN. You’ve likely heard about the changing hormones in women and maybe even heard about therapies that replace and balance declining hormones.
Bioidentical hormone replacement isn’t just for women . . . many men can benefit from returning their testosterone to optimal, physiologic levels.
Did you know that testosterone levels start to decline in men at age 30, and continue to decline at a rate of approximately 1% per year! And diet and lifestyle choices and many disease processes can exacerbate those levels leaving many men with levels far below those of their friends, colleagues and teammates.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 guys will get it prostate cancer. There is now something EXTRA that you can do to hedge the bet, so to speak.
Researchers from the University of Hawaii have concluded that increased weight when men are younger, increase risk of prostate cancer later in life. If you are white, the risk of being fat and aggressive prostate cancer is even stronger than other races.
Last Updated (Sunday, 18 October 2009 19:02)
You make the decision. It appears that it is official, a petition to increase pesiticide levels in certain foods has been made. What foods are they? What can you do?
Take a look at this breaking news. http://bit.ly/l11vb In the buffet of life you should at the very least know when to go organic, especially with the current economic times. When you can afford to make a choice, may you make the choice well.
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