Men’s Health Issues

Impotence and infertility
With the exception of chronic degenerative disorders like heart disease and cancer, some of the greatest problems faced by men in industrialized countries are impotence and infertility. Impotence may be caused by high levels of stress, certain prescription drugs or the general overuse of drugs, and nutritional imbalances. Infertility is generally caused by ineffective sperm. Sperm is very sensitive to environmental and nutritional factors.

Both of these factors have been negatively affected during the last decades of the 20th century in western societies. Exposure to industrial or environmental toxins, anabolic steroids, thoughtless drug use and excessive alcohol consumption can affect the production and mobility of sperm. Poor diet can cause hormonal imbalances with very similar results.

Prostate hyperplasia
Enlarged prostate (benign prostate hyperplasia) has also gradually attained epidemic proportions. The prostate gland surrounds the urethra. As the prostate grows it causes a narrowing of the urethra, and makes urination difficult. This in turn can cause urine to remain longer in the bladder, stagnate, and become susceptible to infection and stone formation, while if the obstruction is extended one risks damage to the kidneys. Today it is known that part of the problem is growth hormones. These are given to food animals, and they pass to humans via the food chain. One more example of thoughtless progress.

Our program
From the previous description, it must be clear that nutrition plays a very important role in all the above conditions. Again our individualized all-embracing nutrition plan is based on your specific problem, taking into account the present state of your health, your history of ailments, hereditary factors, bodily demands, and specific traits that distinguish you as an individual.

In more detail, our program offers,

  1. Comprehensive measures.Identification of the best natural means to deal with your problem, and the set up of treatment goals.
  2. Diet. What are the best foods to eat, how to eat them, what to cut down or eliminate at least for a while, to get the best out of your nutrition.
  3. Nutritional supplements. Which vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, enzymes, etc, you may need, the dosages and times to take them, so as to avoid annoying and even harmful nutrient interactions.
  4. Botanical support. What standardized herbal preparations can best help your condition, their dosages, contraindications, etc.
  5. Lifestyle changes. Men's health problems often require some readjustments in lifestyle, particularly where lifestyle is part of the problem. These changes may help you recover easier and faster, and reduce the risks of recurrence of the problem.
  6. Exercise. Which type of exercises are bound to be beneficial, and which would probably worsen your problem.
  7. Physical therapies. What other forms of natural treatment may be of help, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, and others.