If you’re experiencing prostate concerns and urinary issues, it’s not your fault because as you age, your body changes. And this is especially true with your hormonal levels. Your testosterone levels normally begin to fall and your hormone levels can become imbalanced. This imbalance can trigger urination and prostate issues,. By supporting balanced hormone levels within your body you can help support healthy urination and prostate function.
Dr. Cutler’s True Health Blog Archive Category
Are you confused because you find it difficult to eat certain foods such as wheat and grains without experiencing stomach cramps, embarrassing gas, bloating and diarrhea? You’ve probably heard that the root cause of your intestinal woes could include that…
What is one of the most widely traded spices of the world… is inexpensive… available throughout the year… adds flavor to your food… and is good for you, as well? The common black pepper you keep on your kitchen counter…
Heart health is a major concern for many Americans. However, women may find that they are able to support the continued function of their heart by consuming fish that has been prepared by baking or broiling. According to a recent study published in the journal Circulation: Heart Failure, women who consume five or more servings of baked or broiled fish per week have enhanced heart function, compared to women who eat little or none of the seafood.
There is a critical foundation nutrient that you need each day to support great health, and it’s called coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). CoQ10 is a vitamin-like substance found in almost every one of your body’s cells, which works at the cellular level to produce massive amounts of energy for your entire body. And without enough CoQ10, your cells, tissues and organs become energy-strapped and vulnerable to the effects of free radicals and oxidative stress.
Any number of health conditions or lifestyle factors can lead to digestive problems, which is one reason why it may be difficult to determine the underlying causes of these types of issues. However, a recent article published by the Huffington Post highlighted several natural ways that individuals can consider using to help promote good digestive health.
Are you concerned about your joint health as you reach your middle years? If your flexibility is not what it once was, a Japanese village may hold the answer to promoting the health of your bones and joints. In the village of Yuzuri Hara, many of the elderly seemed to have smooth skin, flexible joints and physical strength equal to youthful villagers. A long-term study of the people revealed that a nutrient in their diet held the key.
Millions of Americans who have been told that they have blood pressure in an unhealthy range may now have their diagnoses revoked and fall into the normal range of classification, according to a recent study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Blood pressure measurements below 120/80 have previously been the standard for optimal blood pressure rankings.
Good health is a precious commodity—one that many people sometimes take for granted. However, you may find yourself trying to imagine how it would feel to rarely get sick and be able to enjoy life without worrying about health threats. But boosting your immune system is simply not enough if you want true natural immune health, because if your immune system isn’t also balanced, you’re still at risk for experiencing unwanted health effects.
A recent study published in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis indicates that saving fish livers for the dinner table, as opposed to disposing of them before the fish are sold, may be a win-win solution for individuals’ health and the environment. The researchers explained that some fish livers, especially those found in anchovies, contain polyunsaturated fatty acids, which have previously been used to help support overall health.