A recent study that caused all the hype was published by the Annals of Internal Medicine. A group of international researchers conducted five systematic reviews that examined the link between red and processed meat and various health issues, such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.  Their conclusion? According to the researchers, the existing evidence that… [Read More]

By the time you read this, I may be in a plane heading back to New York from Las Vegas, where I attended the A4M conference (anti-aging). I am taking a red-eye back (brutal. but had no choice). I can only do Vegas for three days max, and then it’s just overwhelming after that. At the A4M… [Read More]

I know many people love drinking soda, especially when paired with a good burger and fries. Or you would never go near soda, but drink tons of fruit juice, because 100% of fruit juice is “better for you.”  But much like everything in life, too much of a good thing is rarely good, and that… [Read More]

[Edible Fungi Chart from The New Student’s Reference Work, 1914. Source: Wikimedia Commons] I love mushrooms. They are one of the most underrated foods, in my opinion. Mushrooms are flavorful and versatile. They can be grilled, sautéed, roasted, and eaten raw.  And on the nutritional side, they are packed with many vital nutrients. This is… [Read More]

Waking up to use the bathroom—a condition called nocturia—becomes a nightly ritual for many men as they age. But there is something that can help: strength training.  Hear me out.   Nocturia occurs when the body produces too much urine at night—often about 20 to 30 percent of what a person produces during a regular… [Read More]

Active surveillance (AS) continues to be one of the more popular options for managing prostate cancer. Statistics in JAMA found that the number of men with low-risk prostate cancer who chose AS over other treatments rose from 14.5 percent to 42.1 percent between 2010 and 2015. Yet, some men may not take full advantage of its benefits.… [Read More]

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