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    (0) Men's Health: Fatigue and Chronic Stress Need to be Addressed
    Warning bells should be going off for men, when feeling “worn out” becomes a normal state of being. Tired and stressed are often signs of prioritizing our many responsibilities above health. While exhausted is not gender specific, men are at higher risk of developing disease and die at higher rates for all the top 10 causes of death including: heart disease, diabetes, liver disease and many cancers.
    (0) Prostate Health - Support for the Aging Man (and yes we’re all getting older)
    As our male population is aging prostate health becomes an increasingly common concern.
    (0) Men’s Sexual Health Tips ~ Give a Lift to Your Love Life!
    Hey guys! Let’s be frank. The topic of men’s sexual health is increasingly important for men of all ages. Fortunately more and more men are choosing to learn about the healthy functioning of their own bodies and to view sexual health difficulties as a warning sign that some things simply need to change.
    (0) Healthy Ways to Avoid the Sugar Rush of Trick or Treating
    It’s inevitable that if your child goes out trick or treating they WILL get sugary treats and chocolates. Here are some tricks to avoid a sugar rush when they get home.
    (0) Protein & Your Ketogenic Diet
    Many following a ketogenic diet (wrongfully) believe that too much protein will put them out of ketosis through a process called gluconeogenesis. This translates to people limiting their protein intake to the point they are not eating sufficient protein to maintain muscle mass and regulate other important functions in your body. Not eating enough protein on keto can have serious side effects.
    (0) Keto Pumpkin Pie
    Try this Keto Pumpkin Pie recipe for your next gathering!
    (0) Top 5 Foods for Great Eye Health
    Whether it’s cell phones, tablets, monitors, even interior LED lights - all of these devices interfere with our eyesight and emit something called “Blue Light”. This perpetual glow wreaks havoc on our eyes and vision. This increases our risk of developing age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in older adults. We can’t just stop using our phones and computers, you can at least consume these 5 nutrients to help prevent damage and keep your eyes strong.
    (0) DIY Digestive Bitters
    Digestive bitters are herbs that have a predominantly bitter taste and are used to stimulate our appetite and the flow of digestive juices, and aid the liver in its work of detoxification and the flow of bile. They can easily be made at home and customized to suit your palette!
    (0) Tips to Aid Digestion through the Holidays
    Are you feeling like a stuffed turkey after over-doing it at Thanksgiving? We get it, it’s hard to say no to that second serving of Winter’s turkey and Community Naturals pumpkin pie. But if you are feeling a little bloated and sluggish, we have some simple tips to get your digestion back on track.
    (0) Natural Remedies to get Over a Cold…Fast!
    It’s inevitable – as soon as September rolls around, the coughs and sniffles surround the sounds of the office, the playground, and often the home. If you can’t avoid getting a cold (hey, it happens) then at least take a few tips from us on how to get rid of it FAST!
    (0) Elderberry Cough Syrup
    Try this natural homemade cough syrup next time you feel a cold coming on!
    (0) Keto Supplements
    Whether you are new to keto or are an experienced veteran, it might be a good idea to supplement with specific nutrients to maximize and optimize your keto experience and ensure you are getting the most out of this fantastic way of life. Supplements can help keto followers begin their ketogenic journey (or re-start after a lapse), reduce adverse effects of the keto flu and even enhance athletic performance when training on a low-carb diet.