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Healthy Aging for Men through Proactive Prevention

Modern science and medicine have acknowledged, on an international scale, that men are generally less healthy than women — and therefore experience shorter life spans. 

While geroscience (study of the biological mechanisms of aging) has yet to furnish concrete data as to why this is, reasonable speculation can attribute this disparity to social behaviors, nutrition and environment.

Specifically, lack of exercise, poor dietary choices, contaminated water, work-related stress, environmental toxins, tobacco use, over-the-counter medicine, prescription drugs and WiFi-saturated airspace can all culminate into a  matrix of everyday factors that can make aging an unpleasant process for men. Also, lack of adequate health insurance coverage and affordable medical care can equate to even greater challenges in some areas. 


It’s a fact that biological changes occur over time because gene expression is influenced by environmental factors. While this is a natural aspect of the physical world, the process does not have to be debilitating to the individual. Healthy aging for men can be optimized by targeting cellular resilience on a molecular level. Doing so can help men resist common gender-specific issues such as prostate cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and low testosterone. 

Extensive studies in the areas of nutrition and holistic medicine have revealed a wide array of elements, compounds, nutrients, whole foods and herbs that are beneficial to male physiology. These have been shown to optimize health by helping cells become more resistant to afflictions common to the male gender.     

  • Protect Your Prostate

Recently, the National Cancer Institute reported that green tea, Lycopene, pomegranate, Selenium, lycopene, pomegranate, Vitamin D, Vitamin E and an array of other supplements have been shown to reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer and to effectively treat some instances of the disease.    

  • Divert Diabetes

Scientific research performed by the National Institutes of Health has concluded that Chromium, Magnesium, Vitamin D and alpha-lipoic acid offer benefits which can contribute to the prevention of adult onset diabetes. 

  • Help Your Heart

Extensive study into the prevention of heart disease has shown, with overwhelming evidence, that a diet plentiful in healthy fats such as omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 can optimize cardiovascular health in adult men. Also, researchers at Healthline.com have concluded that magnesium, potassium, pomegranate, green tea and coenzyme Q10 (or ubiquinone) have powerful effects in decreasing the risk of developing heart disease.

  • Bolster Testosterone 

Results of numerous studies published by the National Institutes of Health reveal that an array of foods and herbs can help restore healthy testosterone production in men who are experiencing low T-levels. Some natural testosterone boosters include ginger, horny goat weed, yohimbe bark, pumpkin seed oil, Vitamin D and magnesium among many others.

In addition to all the above, Plasma Energy Solution Healthy Man delivers the energies of a vast array of additional herbs, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and whole foods that have proven to be ideal for healthy aging. A complete description is available here.     

Obviously, avoiding environmental stressors altogether is not conducive to an active, rewarding lifestyle. Rather, adopting a health-minded approach to everyday life that includes adequate sleep, frequent exercise and a well-rounded diet of whole foods and bioavailable supplements is an excellent way to take matters into your own hands for optimal male health.           

Sources:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5103661/

https://www.nia.nih.gov/research/dab/geroscience-intersection-basic-aging-biology-chronic-disease-and-health

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2468501117300081

https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/cam/patient/prostate-supplements-pdq

https://nccih.nih.gov/health/diabetes/supplements

https://www.healthline.com/health/heart-disease/herbs-supplements#outlook

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6406961/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6316093/

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