As We See It
Excess estrogen in men is associated with increased risks of heart attack, stroke, and
prostate disease. The good news is that low-cost blood tests can detect abnormal sex hormone levels and enable aging men to restore their estrogen and testosterone to optimal ranges.
In The News
Vitamin C may cut diabetes risk; promising nutrient combination for Alzheimer’s; lycopene as effective as statins against atherosclerosis; common spices inhibit protein glycation; low vitamin D levels linked with shorter life span; brain-healthy foods; Japanese study affirms omega-3 heart-health benefits; soy, curcumin synergize to thwart pancreatic cancer; resveratrol slows aging in mice; broccoli reduces prostate cancer risk; pomegranate extract shows potential in joint
health; calorie restriction decreases oxidative stress; and more.