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Testicular Problems

Testicular deficiencies are rampant today in the Western world, and of course this is due to diet, lifestyle, thoughts and emotions, and environmental factors. http://dherbs.com/uploads/news/id4725/testicularproblemsthumb.jpg
The male equivalent of ovarian problems in females is testicular problems. The male testicles are the equivalent of the female ovaries. The only difference being is that the testicles are located outside of the body whereas the ovaries are located inside the body. Testicles are the male sex organ that produces semen.


Causes

Testicular problems are commonly seen in today's society. Many factors can cause testicular problems, but some of the most common contributors include:
  • Diet
  • Excessive hormones
  • STDs
Diet plays a large role in our overall health, including reproductive health. A diet high in meat and dairy products is one of the highest contributing factors in testicular disease including testiculitis, testicular cancer and low sperm count.

Consumption of meat and dairy products causes elevated cholesterol levels in the body. This in turn can clog the arteries, including the testicular artery. When this artery becomes clogged, blood and oxygen become less able to reach the testicles and supply them with nutrients.

Added hormones can affect both male and female reproductive health. Today, many meat and dairy products contain added hormones. These hormones eventually end up in our bodies, causing an imbalance between estrogen and testosterone. Low sperm count can be one result of lowered testosterone in men.

Taking synthetic hormones in the form of steroids is another way our natural hormone levels can be disrupted. These hormones can adversely affect the male reproductive system, leading to complications.

Untreated Sexually Transmitted Diseases can severely impair testicular health as well. When a disease in the body goes untreated, the symptoms can escalate. STDs should be treated in a timely manner in order to keep sexual health intact.


Healing Naturally

Modifying your diet is always the first step in alleviating disease. Greatly cutting back on or outright eliminating meat and dairy from your diet is key. A vegan diet is best, as it does not contain any animal or animal by-products. Many males are apprehensive about becoming vegan due to the protein myth, that vegans don't acquire adequate amounts of proteins. This notion is false. Plants contain ample amounts of protein. Some high protein plants are:
  • Spirulina
  • Cholorella
  • Blue Green Algae
  • Irish Moss
Many professional athletes and body builders follow a vegetarian or vegan diet. It is possible to get plenty of protein without meat or dairy.

Eat foods that are high in zinc. Zinc is a beneficial mineral to the reproductive system. Males lose large amounts of zinc through ejaculation, which needs to be replaced. Zinc-rich foods include:
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Dandelion root
  • Alfalfa
  • Burdock root
  • Irish moss
  • Cocculus root
  • Garlic
  • Horsetail
  • Chaparral leaves
  • Red Clover tops
  • Rose hip
Herbs can also be very helpful in maintaining reproductive health. Herbs that are best for testicular health are:
  • Yohimbe Bark
  • Catuaba
  • Tribulis
  • Sarsaparilla
  • Cocculus Root
  • Licorice Root
  • Damiana
  • Muira Puama
  • Peruvian Maca
  • Ashwagandha
  • Schizandra
  • Eucommia
  • Lycii
  • Epimedium
DHerbs Solutions

DHerbs offers several formulas that are helpful in maintaining and restoring male reproductive health: Maintaining reproductive health is essential in creating overall health in the body. Remember, health starts on the inside!

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Reasons to Stay Clear of Eggs

For many making the transition to a plant-based lifestyle, cheese and eggs can be the hardest things to give up. In fact, a love for eggs and cheese in particular is often cited as one of the reasons people go vegetarian as opposed to vegan. It seems meat is easy to give up for some, while many can’t let go of the dairy stuffs. Recently, a Huffington Post blogger posted on “5 Smart Reasons to Eat Eggs,” with mention of the high protein content of the food, a possible reduced risk of cancer, and more. We’re here to tell you, Green Monsters, this advice isn’t so great for you – or for the animals involved in the egg industry. Here are 5 Reasons to NOT Eat Eggs:

1. Many studies show egg consumption actually increases the risk of certain types of cancers, including colorectal and bladder cancers. Check this out: “A case-control study done in Argentina found that people consuming approximately 1 1/2 eggs per week had nearly 5 times the colorectal cancer risk compared with individuals consuming less than 11 eggs per year. And, the World Health Organization analyzed data from 34 countries and determined that egg consumption was significantly and positively correlated with mortality from colon and rectal cancers in both men and women. Moderate egg consumption also tripled the risk of developing bladder cancer as determined by a case-control study of 130 newly diagnosed bladder cancer patients published in the journal International Urology and Nephrology.” In other words, don’t risk it! There are so many egg alternatives out there that it’s silly to risk your health.

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Against the odds and the lofty wallets of Monsanto lobbyists, Vermont is soon to be the first state to require mandatory GMO labeling.

On April 16, with a vote of 28 to 2, the Vermont state senate passed a bill that makes GMO labeling mandatory for all foods sold in Vermont. It also identifies it as being illegal for GMO-containing foods to be labelled as “natural” or “all natural.”

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