Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to change your diet to improve your health. Perhaps you are motivated by weight loss, targeting specific health concerns, or simply seeking to increase your energy and vitality--all are celebration-worthy reasons to take control of your body’s fuel.
Gone are the days of the fat-free craze that actually turned out to be even more damaging than eating full-fat foods. Now, we know that you need to eat fat to burn fat.
It turns out that fat is a nutrient that boosts your metabolism, along with curbing your hunger. Fat keeps you fuller, longer and helps to suppress insulin levels to avoid feelings of a sugar crash.
There’s a new fad flooding the internet: the “Dad Bod.” This term defines the way a man’s body looks when he has a bit of extra fat around his abdomen. While many women are jumping on the dad bod bandwagon, claiming to find it attractive, this body type actually poses serious health risks.
If you’re experiencing challenges with sexual satisfaction in your relationship, there’s a good chance you’re keeping quiet about it. And you wouldn’t be alone. In fact, researchers have found that sexual dysfunction in the U.S. is mostly a mystery. JAMA has reported there is relatively little data on incidence, distribution, and control of sexual dysfunction for both men and women.
Are you worried your partner may be dealing with erectile dysfunction (ED)?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common sexual problems reported to their doctor by men. In fact, ED is estimated to affect 150 million men worldwide. So, what does that mean to those suffering with ED? It means, there are many treatment options available.
You and your partner had an amazing date night. You ate at your favorite restaurant, saw a move you both loved, and spent some quality time together. But then the moment comes to take the evening up a notch, and, even after all that planning, you’re just not in the mood.
Last-minute holiday preparations and parties can cause your stress levels to skyrocket. Your schedule is packed, and time is a commodity that’s in short supply. That means most of your usual activities have to take a back seat to the holiday chaos — including your sex life.
Is your love life not what it used to be?