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The Natural Testosterone Plan: For Sexual Health and Energy

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HEALTH / NUTRITION ""Stephen Buhner combines scientific research, traditional knowledge, and personal experience into what may be one of the most important books available on men s health today. He primarily explores the little-known territory of men s hormonal changes during midlife--a transition in men s life that has unfortunately been largely ignored, often denied by m ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published August 12th 2010 by Bear & Company (first published April 3rd 2007)
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Mike Moskos
I was fascinated by the author on a podcast and the book didn't disappoint. It's essential reading for men trying to counteract the estrogenic chemicals in the food and water supply that are turning men into women. It's also written nicely a reference so you quickly see protocols and then read in detail why the herbalist author recommends them.

Challenges some long standing ideas: who knew hops (in beer) are highly estrogenic? Or that it was the Protestants who popularized putting hops into beer
Read this for the herb and health information. Although it focuses on male issues like prostate cancer and infertility ect the in depth info on herbs and foods to boost testosterone and foods to avoid is really good. Some day I may need the other as well but it was definatly worth reading even without it.
Essential reading for every man wishing to maintain and increase his vitality.
A great little book that is packed with great information.
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Stephen Harrod Buhner is an Earth poet and the award-winning author of ten books on nature, indigenous cultures, the environment, and herbal medicine. He comes from a long line of healers including Leroy Burney, Surgeon General of the United States under Eisenhower and Kennedy, and Elizabeth Lusterheide, a midwife and herbalist who worked in rural Indiana in the early nineteenth century. The great ...more
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“One finding is important for understanding the nature of our sexuality as men. That is that male infants, in the womb, have regular erections—so do male infants after birth. Our sexuality is as much a part of us as breathing, our need for food, our need for love.” 2 likes
“Things To Avoid Hops and beer. The potent estrogen, estradiol, found in large quantities in hops, plays a powerful role in increasing prostate size and is strongly implicated in both BPH and prostate cancer. Hopped beer should be avoided at all cost. Some studies have found that beer consumption is directly related to prostate inflammation. Other estrogenic plants such as licorice and black cohosh should be avoided as well.” 1 likes
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