Sperling Prostate Center

Category: Men’s Health

A Food Warning Label that Really Works?

Processed Foods and Cancer - Sperling Prostate Center
Cancer risk is a small part of the broad spectrum of men’s health issues. Let’s face it, the male sex is notorious for ignoring warning symptoms, taking lifestyle risks, and avoiding doctor visits. Furthermore, our culture promotes “manly” stereotypes that have implications for diet (e.g., eat red meat, drink beer), mental health (e.g., “stuff” your keep reading

Is NAD the Fountain of Youth?

What can help increase longevity? We increase longevity by giving the cells more energy, increasing their telomere length, boosting the immune system, repairing DNA, and stimulating certain genes which foster longevity.[i] Many people from ancient times till now have dreamed of a spring of waters with the power to restore youth to the aging. Throughout keep reading

No Reason to Fear Fish Oil

Fish Oil and Prostate Health - Sperling Prostate Center
Once upon a time—on November 15, 2018 to be exact—we posted a blog on the benefits of fish oil for prostate and overall health. Our health-conscious patients are generally aware that fish oil and many other dietary supplements offer advantages for the whole body as well as the humble prostate gland. Occasionally, though, a patient keep reading

A Plant-Based “3-fer” For Men’s Health

A Plant-Based “3-fer” For Men’s Health
“Eat more plants for your prostate and your erections.” – Stacy Loeb, MD If you’ve been following our blogs, you’ve seen many research-based posts on the merits of a healthy diet for men’s health. This includes, of course, cardiovascular and metabolic wellness. In addition, our blogs maintain the position that if it’s good for the keep reading

What Do We Know About Testosterone After 40 Years?

Once a dominant narrative has been established, it can be exceedingly difficult to return to an objective stance where the evidence again becomes paramount.[i] According to Dr. Abraham Morgantaler, the author of the above quote, for men with low testosterone blood levels (testosterone deficiency or TD), testosterone therapy is “simply good medicine.” Morgentaler is well keep reading
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