I have spoken about this topic before, but this time I am approaching it from a different strategy. Men, if you care about keeping low body fat and increasing muscle mass, if you care about how you feel, and if you want to maintain motivation, and have top energy and libido, please continue reading. Women, if you want your man to have all of the above, please continue reading. Let me start off by sending you to www.bodybyted.com . This picture was taken when I turned 55. Today at the age of 59, I am in even better shape.
Dr. Ted Broer's blog
Zinc is critically important for men. There are several reason zinc is so important. I will briefly cover a few of the reasons.
Zinc is a key player in health, overall it is at the top of that list for immune function. Along with boosting the production of immune system cells that attack infection-causing organisms, zinc enhances the ability of those cells to keep on fighting. Zinc also increases the body’s supply of infection-fighting T-cells.
Please pay extra special attention to the following "cutting edge" email you are about to read. I implore you to please read this very carefully, even if you have never read any emails I have written to you in the past.
Traditional modern health care tell us that the hepatitis B virus (HBV) causes liver cancer which is why it is so necessary for US newborns to be vaccinated within hours of birth.
The system also assumes that all mothers are IV drug users and/or prostitutes and have the potential of having hepatitis.
My dear friends:
Deficiencies can cause a wide variety of symptoms. These symptoms can quickly be misdiagnosed as disease. The disease is then treated instead of the deficiency. The deficiency gets worse, the symptoms are drugged and seem to go away. The person then believes they have gotten better. Over a period of time the medication no longer covers up the symptoms and stronger medication is used. If that medication doesn't work in most cases more advanced treatment is used including surgery.
Let me simply explain to you what stress does from a physiological stand point.
God gave us a “Flight or Fight” mechanism. When we get scared or mad our body is flooded with adrenalin and cortisol. These are two of the primary stress hormones. God did this so if you find yourself in a dangerous situation or confrontation, you can run away quickly or fight if you’re forced to.
For some reason this is a very controversial topic among Americans today. This is strange to me since it deals with basic necessities. So, before we get started. let me say a few things which may resonate with a few of you.
The Memory Robbers
What they are and How to stop'em
“Where did I put my keys? Who's the actress we saw last night? What's the name of that cereal we always buy? Sure I know his name . . . it’s..... um. . .”
Forgetting things and details, no matter how inconsequential, is really frustrating. And the older we get, sometimes the inability to remember things gets a bit scary, too.