Thyroid medication is one of the most over-prescribed medication as of yet. Not that it’s a bad thing, such as SSRIs or other harmful meds, but it’s not always useful. … Continue reading Gut-Thyroid connection: How to fix your thyroid through your gut
Is there estrogen in milk and should it be a concern? There is actually estrogen present in milk, because some of the cow’s estrogen is transferred into the milk. Since … Continue reading I got 99 problems, but the estrogen in milk ain’t one
The estrogenic burden is an ever increasing concern in modern life. We’re constantly exposed to estrogenic substances, whether it be natural (soy, flax, clover, polyunsaturated fats, soot, etc.) or synthetic … Continue reading How to make sure you detox estrogen effectively
Androgen receptors are crucial for the proper action and function of androgens, such as testosterone and DHT. A study in 2018 found that it’s the androgen receptor density that correlates … Continue reading 12 Best Foods to increase Androgen Receptors
Insulin is so easily villainized for causing metabolic syndrome and diabetes and that’s one of the reasons why low carb diets are all the rage these days. But is there … Continue reading Insulin: the wrongly accused hormone
Did you know that estrogen is not only female hormone? Men can actually have equal and in some cases higher levels of estrogen than women. Men should naturally have lower … Continue reading Lower excess estrogen: a 16 step guide
Men shouldn’t have high prolactin and let me show you how to lower it. High prolactin can be embarrassing as it manifests in a few physical symptoms, such as poofy … Continue reading Lower prolactin: a 10 quick tip guide
I think all of us can agree that it’s a very desirable achievement to have one’s T on the higher end. But with so many guys on the internet claiming … Continue reading Maximize testosterone: a 26 quick tip guide
Magnesium is an incredibly important mineral in the body and your testosterone levels. It’s involved in over 300 processes in the body. Less than 1% is found in the blood, … Continue reading Mag-sterone: The link between magnesium and testosterone
The cause of ED is rarely because of just one thing, but it’s often multifactorial, with lifestyle, neurologic (neurotransmitters and neural health), hormonal (testosterone, estrogen, DHT, prolactin, etc.), vascular, and psychological … Continue reading Erectile dysfunction Part 3: nitric oxide, oxidative stress and insulin resistance
Neurotransmitters in your brain are controlling your erections. Serotonin, dopamine, glutamate, noradrenaline, etc. Find out which ones to optimize.
The coronavirus could induce testicular damage. Here’s how to make sure that doesn’t happen.