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Better Sex, Boosted Fertility, And An Easier Menopause (Part 3)

Primal Power Method Coping with the menopause

For women menopause is a life-changing event. It’s important to understand exactly what it is, how it occurs, and how this time of life is impacted by nutrition and exercise.

What is Menopause?

Menopause usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 55. It is characterized by an absence of menstrual cycles for twelve consecutive months, during which time a woman is considered to be in menopause. During this transition, a woman’s ovaries stop producing the hormone estrogen. This is significant because prior to menopause, 90 percent of a woman’s total estrogen is produced by the ovaries. Estrogen is crucial for maintaining physical and mental balance.

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Amazon Supplement Scams

Why You Should Never buy Supplements on Amazon or eBay! A Must-Read by Former FDA Special Agent Gary Collins

In today’s difficult economy, everyday folks seeking a health-and-energy boost may be hesitant to purchase “expensive” vitamins and supplements from “upscale” stores and distribution outlets. Instead, honest folks turn to Internet sites such as Amazon and eBay to purchase vitamins on the cheap for themselves and their kids. I urge you not to do this!
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Workout Boosters: A Former FDA Agent’s Perspective

Lately workout boosters, sometimes called vasodilators, have become a hot topic and are now in the crosshairs of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). So what are workout boosters/vasodilators? These are supplements claiming to give you increased energy and muscle pump by using supposed natural substances, mainly high doses of caffeine and toxic chemicals, to accomplishPrimal Power Method Dangerous Supplements this physical reaction, while working out or participating in competitive athletic events. Some of these products will also use the description “fat burner,” but they are pretty much the same product.

In a recent article in the New York Times:

“With names like Jack3d and OxyElite Pro, the popular products contain a stimulant known as dimethylamylamine, or DMAA for short. In a public warning late Thursday, the FDA said that the stimulant did not qualify as a legal dietary supplement ingredient and that it could raise blood pressure, potentially causing heart attacks and other health problems.”

According to WebMD:

“Dimethylamylamine is a drug made synthetically in a laboratory. It was originally used as a nasal decongestant. Today, dimethylamylamine is sold as a dietary supplement used for attention deficit-hyperactive disorder ADHD, weight loss, improving athletic performance, and body building.”

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Taking Multi-Vitamins Found to Reduce Cancer

A just-released study of nearly 15,000 men over the age of 50 suggests that taking a daily supplemental multi-vitamin could reduce rates of cancer by about eight percent. Dr. Michael Gaziano, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and lead author of the study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association. “Our study shows a modest but significant benefit in cancer prevention.”
New American Nutrition Vitamins

So if a multivitamin prevents cancer because it provides a mix of nutrients similar to food, why not just eat more fruits and vegetables? Diets high in fruits and vegetables have been shown in observational studies to reduce the incidence of cancer and other chronic diseases.

Sadly only 1.5 percent of the public gets the recommended daily allowance of fruits and vegetables, according to Dr. David Katz, director of the Yale Prevention Research Center.

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​​Who​ You Shouldn’t Be Getting Your Health and Weight-Loss Advice From: Celebrities​!

For those who follow me know how I feel about buying products endorsed by current or has been “B Lister” celebrities. For those of you who don’t. This is how it goes, just send your money straight to a charity of your choice that way you actually get something out of it. Or maybe you should just light the money you were going to spend on that magic weight-loss product on fire, because at least that way you will not suffer any harm. Ok, I think you are getting the idea how I feel about this topic, but there will always be those who think their favorite celebrity would never endorse such a bad product. My rule is firm on this one, avoid them all and that includes that wacky wizard Dr. Oz. Just because they put doctor in front of their name does not make it all right and the products they endorse safe. I will be writing an article about one of my favorite Dr. Oz episodes later this year, I promise it will be just as entertaining as his show (emphasis on his show is for entertainment in case you missed that).

Just for fun let’s take a look at some of the more famous and ugly celebrity health and weight-loss endorsements:

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