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Low Libido? 8 Ways to Boost Your Sex Drive

Low Libido? 8 Ways to Boost Your Sex Drive

Fatigue, stress, children, routine, and even some diseases—all of these factors can cause low libido and become enemies of your sex drive. If you and your partner have hit a wall, there are ways to get back the energy… and the desire. Act now! The “eternal honeymoon,” after all, is

2018 EN Topic Index

Month, page number are in parentheses

Beverages

Coffee Creamers, a Review (Dec, 5)
Coffee, Good for You? (Mar, 3)

DAIRY, EGGS, FISH, MEAT

Fishing for Good Health (Jan, 6)]
The Future of Protein (Sept, 6)

DIET AND DISEASE PREVENTION / MANAGEMENT

Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome and Diet (May, 3)
Antioxidants (Mar, 1)
Can Diet

Can Adaptogens Help You Adapt to Illness and Stress?

Adaptogens, as they are aptly named, are substances (usually herbs) that may help your body adapt to changing needs by restoring normal physiological functioning and reducing stress and fatigue. While they have been around a very long time, the term “adaptogens” was coined only in 1947.

There are approximately 70 herbal

Healthy Energy Drinks: Use These 3 Ingredients in Delicious DIY Mixes

Healthy Energy Drinks: Use These 3 Ingredients in Delicious DIY Mixes

Monster (appropriately named!) and Red Bull might come to mind when you think of energy drinks. However, these beverages—if you can call them that—are definitely not good for your health, as described in a review published in Frontiers for Public Health. Typically, they contain excessive amounts of caffeine, sugar, artificial

Ask the Experts: Exploring the Benefits of Maca Root and DHEA

Q: Are there any benefits to taking maca root?

A: Maca is a plant that is a relative of the cruciferous family, and is native to South America. Its root has been consumed for centuries to boost endurance and energy, enhance fertility, and as an aphrodisiac. Traditionally, the root has been

Maca Root May Help Raise Your Spirits—But Proceed with Caution

Maca Root May Help Raise Your Spirits—But Proceed with Caution

You may have heard of maca root, but what exactly is it? Native to the Andes Mountains in Peru, maca root—after harvesting—can be sundried and then processed as a supplement. Also called ‘‘Peruvian ginseng,” maca is an adaptogen, meaning it helps the body adapt to stress..

A popular health supplement, maca

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