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Gluten Can Still Harm in Absence of Celiac Disease

Can Gluten Hurt Someone Without Celiac? This will be a very simple blog post but a very important one. Honestly, some of you might roll your eyes and think, “Obviously NCGS (non-celiac gluten sensitivity) is a real thing.” So if you just want the punch-line its this:...

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Statins can paradoxically cause more heart disease

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25655639 The above link is a very interesting paper from the Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology. This is a very prestigious journal that has courageously published a research article talking about why statins weirdly can cause...

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Testosterone Deficiency: An Autoimmune Etiology?

Auto- means self and immune is the system that grants you protection against outside invaders. If the body is in a state of autoimmunity then that means the body’s immune system has gone off the deep end and started attacking the body’s own self by creating antibodies...

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Aromatase: It Turns your Testosterone To Estrogen!

Anyone who wants more testosterone also wants less estrogen. The symptoms of estrogen being too high in men match up to the symptoms of lower testosterone. In addition, a man may have increased emotional lability in addition to the inability to build muscle and burn...

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Low Testosterone: Stress Destroys Test!

We do not want to just give someone testosterone while the thing causing their testosterone is still there. We have already learned that doing that can cause the patient to become resistant to testosterone. This is because their receptors are becoming resistant to the...

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Giving Testosterone: Aiming Short of the Cause

If you are having low testosterone as a man, you are probably extremely frustrated. Any person would be. It not only feels horrible to have lower testosterone, but it also is extremely unhealthy. Many people think that a man with low testosterone, or T as it can...

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