Men's Health

  1. Should you take this ED drug after a heart attack?

    No man wants to talk about erectile dysfunction 

    They’ll beat around the bush until their doctor gets the hints... 

    And forget talking to friends about it.  

    Because this is something you’ve enjoyed your whole adult life, and then one day, it’s no longer possible. The bedroom becomes a place of MISERY instead pleasure.  

    The problem is a lack of blood flow. It just doesn’t move around your body as easily as it used to.  

    And that’s a sign of a more serious problem hidden right under the surface.. 

    This lack of blood flow leads to something more sinister… more dangerous: You’re at a high risk of having a heart attack.  

    These two problems, Big Pharma believes, can be solved simply and simultaneously 

    But today I’m here to WARN YOU about their “easy” solution—and to offer up something better! 

    Should you take an ED drug for a heart attack? 

    There’s the 64-million-dollar question.  

    Big Pharma will emphatically tell you, “YES!” 

    After all, a study on sheep just found an erectile dysfunction drug called Tadalafil (aka Cialis)—which is in the same class as Viagra—can slow or even stop the progression of heart disease.  

    It sounds like good news... 

    Until the side effects are laid out:  

    • Dangerously low blood pressure 
    • Memory loss 
    • Fainting  
    • Loss of sight 
    • Shortness of breath 
    • GI issues including nausea, upset stomach, and diarrhea 
    • Abnormal ejaculation 
    • And more... 

    They’re all symptoms you don’t want anywhere near the bedroom… or your health, in general.  

    So try this instead... 

    STOP heart failure at the source 

    In an interesting turn of fate, Viagra was originally intended as a drug for heart failure. Resolving ED was a side effect. ED is far more marketable. You know the rest of the story.  

    Here’s where Big Pharma didn’t get it 100 percent wrong...  

    The root of both is indeed blood pressure. As you get on in years, especially after 40, your levels of nitric oxide plummet. 

    This leads to high blood pressure… ED… and heart failure.  

    This happens because nitric oxide is responsible for helping blood flow to every single part of your body – even the extremities.  

    You can easily get nitric oxide from dark leafy greens like arugula and spinach. Beets are also a good source. 

    And, if you love dark chocolate, there’s good news for you.. 

    In a study, 30 grams of dark chocolate a day was found to increase nitric oxide levels and decrease systolic blood pressure.  

    Just be sure to limit yourself to 30 grams and get the highest cacao level you can find. Higher than 70 percent is best. 

  2. Family history of prostate cancer? Active surveillance still better than radiation

    Protect your manhood from becoming radioactive

    If you've been diagnosed with cancer, the mainstream will likely try to treat it with its typical aggressive "scorched earth" approach.

    Your doc may try to pump you full of chemicals and zap you full of radiation to try to kill off the cancer cells -- but the problem is that those treatments kill off the healthy cells along with the cancerous ones, leaving you feeling worse than ever.

    In cases of prostate cancer, those treatments can wreak havoc "down there" -- in both the bathroom AND the bedroom.

    Talk about hitting you "below the belt"!

    But according to the latest research, if you've been diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer, you don't need to lose one bit of your manhood by submitting to chemo or radiation -- even if you've got a family history of the disease.

    Now, I know there's been a lot of media coverage about genetic testing, especially with the emergence of these "at-home testing" kits offered by companies like 23 and Me. And, as I shared with you in the August 2017 issue of my Nutrition & Healing newsletter, I actually think knowing more about your DNA is a good thing.

    But that doesn't necessarily mean you should submit to radical treatments out of fear. Because your genetic code does not necessarily dictate your destiny.

    In fact, researchers have found that most of the time, early-stage prostate cancer patients can forego treatments like radiation, which up until now has been pretty much standard fare for any guy considered "high-risk."

    A recent study found that in men with a family history, prostate tumors DON'T grow more quickly, and the cancer DOESN'T spread more rapidly, compared to those considered "low-risk."

    So, this just confirms what I've been telling you -- which is that you can opt for what we call "active surveillance." That approach is more about watching closely to make sure the cancer isn't spreading or progressing -- because most times, prostate tumors DON'T grow OR spread.

    Guys who choose to monitor their prostates live just as long as those who choose to zap them... and they're able to continue performing their manly functions without interruption.

    I should note, however, that active surveillance isn't about doing NOTHING. Because there's more you can do to shrink tumors and keep your cancer from spreading -- and none of them will fry you the way radiation can.

    For instance, the adrenaline released when you exercise can trigger an immune response that actually SHRINKS tumors!

    And nothing can make you feel more "manly" than building up those muscles and staying strong for a fight with cancer.

  3. Pumpkin seeds help fight cancer cells, enlarged prostate

    Choose pumpkin SEEDS over pumpkin SPICE It's almost autumn, and that means the days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder, and pumpkin spice aficionados are busy pumping the popular flavor into everything you can imagine. It's not just the pumpkin spice latte everybody goes crazy for. Pumpkin-flavored teas, cereals, pastas, cookies, yogurt, and more have already started popping...
  4. Smoking can make your brain bleed

    Kick the habit to save your brain You know that smoking is bad. It can lead to cancer and heart disease -- but, of course, you know that, too. You may have even tried to quit already. But once cigarettes have got you in their stronghold, they're a tough habit to kick. Well, I'm here to give you a little...
  5. Diabetes can hit men below the belt

    High blood sugar can be a bedroom buzzkill Gentlemen, if you've been having problems in the bedroom, your ego can really take a blow. Having trouble "in the moment" is a real mood killer, and you might beat yourself up for not being able to "perform." But it's not that you're not man enough... or that you've lost your "mojo...
  6. Prostate surgery doesn’t save lives in most cancer cases

    The cancer news that's too big to ignore Well, wonders never cease. The mainstream is FINALLY waking up and smelling the coffee about something it has ignored for years. Gentlemen, I'm talking about the best way to treat prostate cancer. For decades, mainstream docs have been peddling their "slash-and-burn" approach to prostate cancer patients: Do surgery or radiation first, ask...
  7. Prostate drug Avodart linked to serious side effects

    Beat back bathroom emergencies with herbs Your body wakes you up because you've got to go... badly. So, you stumble to the bathroom in the dark... only to find that your big "emergency" doesn't amount to much more than a trickle. When you've got an enlarged prostate, a.k.a. benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), it can feel like every time your bladder...
  8. Sleep better with ProSupport PM prostate support

    Roll back the clock... and don't give your prostate a second thought! Who knew that getting older could be so infuriating... humiliating... and sleep-depriving? Some of the issues that hit us as we age are ones we don't like talking much about. But if you've ever had to interrupt a ball game, dinner with your wife, or a round of...
  9. Plant compounds prevent growth of prostate cancer

    Cancer is no match for these kitchen secrets Gentlemen, if you've been diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer, it can feel like you're stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea. On the one hand, you want to avoid the "slash and burn" approach recommended by the mainstream. That's because most prostate cancers are so slow-growing that surgery or chemo...
  10. Active surveillance OK even with family history of prostate cancer

    Save your manhood by watching and waiting There's a big problem with the way mainstream medicine treats cancer. Its aggressive "search and destroy" method leaves most folks feeling worse than ever. In fact, most patients aren't taken down for the count by their cancer -- but by their treatments! And gentlemen, the overtreatment you may receive after a prostate cancer...

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