Let’s face it. Once you hit 30 your metabolism starts to go downhill really fast. Men are prone to feel the effects of this condition more as compared to women and it easy to see why. As a man approaching the ripe old age of 30, you have to think twice about doing the heavy lifting. Plus, you aren’t as virile and outgoing as you used to be.
Testosterone, a hormone produced by the testicles, is responsible for the adequate development of male sexual characteristics. Testosterone is also known for maintaining muscle bulk, bone density, fat distribution, red blood cell levels, bone growth, a sense of well-being and sexual function.
Although testosterone is found in women as well, its presence or the lack of it brings significant effects on a man’s body. There is medical condition known as hypogonadism, otherwise known as andropause or male menopause, in which a man’ body does not produce a sufficient level of testosterone.
Anti-oxidants play a very important role in keeping you healthy. They also protect and nurture our cells, keep disease at bay and promote longevity. In fact, it is said that a person’s lifespan will be equal to the amount of anti-oxidants he or she gets. Anti-oxidants, which can be vitamins, minerals and enzymes, can be obtained only through a nutrient-dense diet.
Miami, FL USA – Monday 5th November 2012. Nationwide provider of age management services and hormone replacement therapy AAG Health is pleased to announce the launch of their new website this week. The new website is a completely new design that includes brand new copy and relevant content which discusses every aspect of bio-identical hormone […]
Exercising regularly is something that most of us do but very few actually enjoy. Let’s face it, the only reason many of us work out is to keep off the pot belly. But what’s rarely appreciated is how much exercise affects our health.