Now that Autumn is fast approaching and the days shorten it is a good time to think about your Vitamin D level. Vitamin D plays a crucial part in a range of physical processes essential to good health and has a positive effect of your gut Microbiome. Your skin naturally makes Vitamin D in reaction […]
Gut Microbiome A definition of microbiome must include Joshua Lederberg’s definition “the ecological community of commensal, symbiotic and pathogenic microorganisms that share our body space and are determinants of health and disease.” The microbes that live in our colon are bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoa. All together they form a complicated eco-system that regulates our […]
In the news recently it was reported that HRT increases the risk of breast cancer from reviews of more recent studies. The hormones implicated were Progestogens not Natural Progesterone which is used in Bioidentical hormone preparations. However there is still a small increase in risk of breast cancer with modern more up –to- date […]
Looking after your skin Ageing decreases antioxidant activity, there is a reduction in SOD (super oxide dimutase) and Catalase, energy cell repair and renewal is diminished and antioxidant enzymes are less available. Dehydration is the largest easily corrected cause of accelerated aging, particularly of the skin. An intake of 2 litres of water per day, […]
Dr John Moran is a contributor to the new book, The Cancer Revolution in which he writes about the crucial role of hormones and provides an overview of hormone driven cancers, with particular reference to Prostate and Breast cancer.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) with the inability to gain and sustain an erection has many psychological problems to men of any age. Young men who have had a bad sexual experience on their first few dates, quite often suffer from anxiety performance.
Low Testosterone in MEN has a detrimental effect on lifestyle. Depression, reduced sex drive, poor erections (not as hard as when I was younger). Lack of motivation and no get up and go.
Magnesium is essential for your health and being a very important Mega Mineral in the body it has over 350 enzymatic reactions. Absorption of magnesium is from the small intestine, decreased absorption occurs with excess fatty diet, alcohol, coffee, and salt.