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Testosterone Wonderpill or overkill? Part Two: Why I decided to Join the T-party: AJ’s story

The following article explores the Testosterone Replacement Therapy from the point of view of a client taking TRT. To read more about TRT and the a review of the scientific evidence see Part One… AJ is in his mid 50s but has the physique most 30 something pro-athletes would envy. He works hard, is a …

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy: Part One: Wonderpill or Overkill?

Recharge your vitality, handle stress, think clearer, lose fat, increase muscle AND reduce the risk of dementia(!) Gain all these benefits simply by boosting flagging testosterone levels. Sounds miraculous, right?  Manufacturers of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) are touting these advantages in direct-to-consumer campaigns aimed at middle-aged age men hoping to reclaim their mojo. Testosterone peaks …

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Practical Tips to Support Your Immune system and stay well during the Covid-19 pandemic.

With the Coronavirus pandemic escalating, and having an impact on almost every area of our lives: socially, psychologically, physically and financially. It is difficult not to get caught up in fear. Being in a perpetual sate of stress hinders our body’s natural healing process. Feeling anxious and worried is also a distressing state to be …

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The “D” Debate: A resurgence on the importance of Vitamin D one Century .

Vitamin D, technically not a vitamin, but a steroid hormone is produced out of cholesterol when your skin is exposed to the sun. Vitamin D was identified by Adolf Windaus, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1928. The discovery was a key factor in the eradication of rickets. The importance of Vitamin …

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To “B,” or Not to “B”:

The validity of injectable vitamin B12. In the wellness industry there is a growing trend of inject-able vitamins, in particular B12.  Clinics are springing up and offering shots of the “skinny” vitamin for around $30-40.   Clients are promised these shots will: “Increase energy,  melt fat and help lose weight.” Is this accurate? Are B12 injections …

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Spring has Arrived! Three easy ways to leave the winter fatigue behind

Spring is officially here, and while some of us have embraced daylight savings and are just raring to go, others need a kick-start to shake of the winter fog…..Below are three easy ways to shake of the cobwebs, get your brain out of hibernation mode and into spring. 1) Lighten-up; Darken down The days are …

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Giving from the Heart is Good for the Heart…

Dr. Jenny Wilson   Today is #GivingTuesday and it makes a welcome contrast from the materialistic ballyhoo of ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Cyber Monday’. Some people feel awkward with the idea of donating money to charity – especially when they get “hit-up” to get their wallet out for a cause that doesn’t resonate. That’s OK. We …

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