• The most recent statistics are that 70 percent of adults in the United States are either overweight or obese.  So now it may seem almost normal to be overweight.  The cause of the obesity epidemic is debated, is it because we are less active, that we eat more, sleep less, or that our food is heav... View Post
  • Time-Restricted Feeding: A Little Fasting Goes A Long Way!

    Intermittent Fasting can result in decreased fat mass, increased muscle mass, improved glucose tolerance, improved lipid profiles, decreased inflammation, higher mitochondrial (which produces the energy in our cells) volume, and protection from obesity. And one study found that there was a 40 percent decrease in recurrence in breast cancer in those survivors who practiced an interval of at least 13 hours of time-restricted feeding daily.  View Post
  • NIH supported trial test Hormonal Therapy in Older Men with Low Testosterone

    In a preliminary study conducted by the National Institute of Health (NIH) of testosterone therapy in older men found that restoring levels to those of healthy young men improved sexual function and to a smaller extent effected their ability to walk and the sense of vitality.   This study include... View Post