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98. Prostate Health and Low T with Dr. Eric Yarnell

Episode Summary

The lack of awareness around men’s health is a public health problem that my next guest is tackling. As people age, men tend to have more severe diseases than women, putting them at greater risk for not being able to enjoy their golden years and dying early. Dr. Eric Yarnell has been practicing, teaching and researching for more than 20 years in the field of men’s health and urology.

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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [2:10] Dr. Yarnell’s journey into men’s health as a physician
  • [3:55] The different approaches for a naturopathic doctor and a medical doctor
  • [5:20] Why it’s important to take your time and look deeper with diagnosis
  • [9:35] How to determine which is better – conventional medicine or herbs
  • [14:25] Naturopathic approach when men are symptomatic
  • [17:47] Taking charge of your health but be cautious of misinformation on the internet
  • [21:07] Pills don’t solve the problem
  • [23:05] Dr. Yarnell’s perspective on testosterone implementation 
  • [27:25] How to know if the issue is the pituitary gland or the prostate
  • [29:30] Natural remedies used to block estrogen
  • [34:35] There’s so much to consider beyond conventional medicine

 

 

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96. Six Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D

96. Six Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D

Vitamin D does a lot more than support healthy bones. Vitamin D supports brain health, muscle size and strength, heart health, mood, pancreas health and insulin balance. In this podcast, I discuss six surprising benefits of vitamin D and six more reasons to make sure you get enough.

94. Using Food as Medicine

94. Using Food as Medicine

In general, a whole food, unprocessed diet that emphasizes healthy protein and fats, vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes, and lean meats or fish, is consistently linked to better health. But, you may be wondering, how specifically do healthy foods work their magic?

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