Tag: men’s health

What Is Iron Overload? – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 437

What Is Iron Overload? – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 437

Did you know that your body can have too much iron? When this occurs, it can be toxic to your organs. The good news is there are nutrients that can help regulate iron levels within the body.

Targeting Sexual Dysfunction with Maca – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 403

Targeting Sexual Dysfunction with Maca – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 403

Maca is a powerful nutrient that offers support for the brain and GI tract, but it is most well known for helping men and women with sexual dysfunction. Learn more about this Peruvian superfood from Amanda Williams, MPH.

Prostate Supplements To Discuss With Your Doctor – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 116

Prostate Supplements To Discuss With Your Doctor – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 116

About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, according to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. You’ll want to speak with your doctor about these specific nutrients if you are having prostate concerns.

Polyphenols in Coffee May Improve Blood Sugar Levels in Men

Polyphenols in Coffee May Improve Blood Sugar Levels in Men

Coffee is a highly traded commodity, the main reason why it is the subject of epidemiological and clinical studies with respect to safety and the likelihood of health benefits. This new study from Japan may give men who drink coffee reason to brew an extra 

Nutrigenomics for Prostate Health by Dr. Mille Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

Nutrigenomics for Prostate Health by Dr. Mille Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

The field of nutrigenomics is a subfield of epigenetics. These are big words but their concepts are relatively simple. Epigenetics is the study of the behavior of genetic material (RNA and DNA) through variations in the cellular environment. Epigenetics’ fundamental principle states that the cellular 

Top 6 Screenings for Men’s Health

Top 6 Screenings for Men’s Health

It is not a secret that men are less likely to see their doctors on a regular basis than women. But skipping that visit to the doctor can leave you unprotected and unprepared for some conditions that might already be harming your body without your knowledge.