In this podcast we talk about the epidemic of low testosterone in men. We discuss the reasons why a majority of men experience symptoms of low testosterone.
We talk about the symptoms of low testosterone such as fatigue, especially in the evening, feeling weak, depressed, angry, low libido, and even gall bladder problems.
We end the episode talking about the top ways to naturally boost testosterone levels.
In this podcast we talk about cholesterol.
We look at what the research actually says about it.
Does high cholesterol cause heart disease?
We also talk about statin (cholesterol lowering) drugs.
We discuss an editorial that was written in the Journal of the American Medical Association that found for every 100 people taking a statin...
2 avoid a myocardial infarction
98 don't experience any benefit
0 mortality benefit
5-20 experience muscle aches, fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, increased risk of diabetes.
We also talk about the paper from 17 international physicians based on a review of patient data of almost 1.3 million people.
The paper found no evidence that high levels of total cholesterol or of "bad" cholesterol cause heart disease.
We also talk about the real causes of heart disease and the best natural approaches you can take to prevent the disease.
In this episode we talk about a recent study that sheds some light on why almost 50% of people with Alzheimer's have hyperinsulinemia.
A new study looked at the effect that sugar has on the macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) enzyme.
A diet high in sugar can destroy the MIF enzyme. Why is that a big deal?
The MIF enzyme plays a massive role in your immune response.
Too much sugar can lead to out of control inflammation in your brain.
Dementia and Alzheimer's are a growing problem.
Dementia is now the #1 killer in the U.K.
More seniors die with Alzheimers's than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined.
We also talk about some practical ways to help protect your brain from inflammation.
High Cortisol levels can cause a lot of problems by itself. It can cause exhaustion, insomnia, anxiety, belly fat, cravings, headaches and many other symptoms.
But, too much cortisol can also affect your thyroid. Thousands of women have sluggish thyroids because they have high cortisol.
In this podcast we talk about how cortisol directly affects your thyroid. We also talk about the effect cortisol has on your estrogen levels.