Increase in Waist Size is a Good Indication of Metabolic Syndrome

A recent study by “C. Langenberg’ in Plus Medicine 2012, reveals that the waist measurement is a better indicator than body mass index for incidence of percentage of males and females developing type II diabetes. For men with an average waistline of 40 inches and above there was a 7% greater incidence of type II […]

Sagging Libido? Maybe It’s Time To Change

It is estimated that men loose up to 2 % of their testosterone, the libido producing hormone, every year past 40 and women also experience changes in estrogen and testosterone as they approach menopause.  So what’s the answer?  Who wants to have the side effects of Viagra, (sudden vision loss, stroke, 4 hr erection, etc.) […]

Exercise and The Immune System

Multiple studies support that exercise in the Moderate Zone will modulate up the immune system.  Changes in musculo-skeletal, respiratory, cholesterol and blood pressure all indicate moderate exercise has a beneficial effect on our bodies. What recent studies now suggest is that to increase exercise will increase the risk of upper respiratory infection by suppression of […]