DON’T MISTAKE TREATMENT FOR CURE

Yesterday’s post made me see something: hair loss to men is as sensitive of a topic as infertility is to a woman. And I get it! There is so much of ‘’why me?!’’ and frustration,…both are similar in very many ways and I am not trying to make one feel more or less important. Thing…

L-ARGININE FOR MEN’S HEALTH

In the body, L-arginine stimulates the production of human growth hormones and insulin, fights inflammation, lowers the risk for heart attack and arteriosclerosis, repairs blood vessels, fights coronary artery disease, lowers high blood pressure, increases immune function, reduces muscle pains, improves kidneys function, mental capacity, fights dementia, corrects impotence, erectile dysfunction and male infertility. The…

IMPROVE SPERM HEALTH, FERTILITY AND VIRILITY

It takes 2 to conceive a perfectly healthy, beautiful baby that will grow into an intelligent capable adult. Mothers are more pressured to have a good diet and lifestyle (no stress – no physical nor mental exhaustion) because they impact the child for a longer period of time while carrying the baby. Nonetheless, DNA and…

IMPROVING SPERM/EGG QUALITY

Eat enough calories. Nutrients are key for genetic programming (conception, implantation, healthy development), hormonal balance (especially between oestrogen and progesterone, the latter supports the growth of a baby), detoxification. Quality eggs & sperm is what makes a healthy baby and give you higher chances at a healthy childbirth – remember it takes 3-4 months for…

HORMONE FRIENDLY FOODS

Calories are not created to provide your body with the same quality of energy. When you look at your day and you’re planning your food sources based on a caloric need (whether a surplus or deficit), look firstly at the quality of these food sources. Eggs, butter, unpasteurised dairy whenever possible, organ meats, raw cacao,…

RAISE TESTOSTERONE NATURALLY

Don’t assume you have low testosterone based on a symptom list you find online, but take a blood tests to measure your deficiencies. Micronutrient deficiencies are most often the culprit of dealing with low testosterone, especially low magnesium and zinc. Choline is an extremely important nutrient to watch for especially due to the fact that…