Is Your Dad Healthy? Tips to Improve Men’s Health
Happy Father’s Day to all of those dads out there who work tirelessly, play with gusto, and passionately embrace life with pure joy. On the other hand, if your father or husband seems tired all of the time, unmotivated to play or exercise, and generally finds less enjoyment lately, it may be time to investigate why.
As men age, testosterone and other hormone levels decline about 10 percent each year starting in their 30s. Even though it’s a gradual decline, men start to gain weight, become lethargic and less motivated, and begin to notice a decrease in their libido. Instead of chalking up low testosterone to the natural process of aging, The Guyer Institute of Molecular Medicine works with men to heal their body from the inside out, so they gain more energy to enjoy life.
Here are 3 ways to improve men’s nutrition and boost low energy:
Proper Nutrition for Men
Good nutrition may not be at the top of your dad’s to-do list, especially when he’s busy being the superhero, handyman, and jack-of-all-trades for everyone in your family.
While low testosterone can affect a man’s energy levels, it also can impact bone and muscle health, sperm production and hair growth. Eating foods high in Vitamin D and zinc, such as tuna, egg yolks and beans, improves men’s nutrition and helps to naturally boost testosterone levels.
For busy dads on-the-go, we also suggest adding SynerG Pro to the diet. This potent multivitamin for men, which also works as an antioxidant, helps to fill the gaps in men’s nutrition. Available in The Guyer Institute supplement store, this plant-based protein powder provides balanced macronutrients with no added gluten, dairy or soy. Use it as a great meal replacement to improve energy, mood and cholesterol levels.
Energy Supplements for Busy Dads
Does the sheer number of energy-boosting supplements on the market today leave you feeling overwhelmed and exhausted? At The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa, we know which supplements work best to bolster diet deficiencies, support a stronger immune system and promote better health.
If Dad is feeling run down and fatigued, Max Adren might be the answer. This supplement offers a powerful blend of vitamins, adaptogenic herbs and adrenal extract, all of which function synergistically to strengthen the body’s stress response and support healthy energy levels.
Dad need a little pampering and rejuvenation?
Check out a multitude of spa treatments, from facials to fillers, available at Synergy Spa.
Combined with eating a better diet to promote weight loss, taking the right supplements and best multivitamins for men can dramatically improve energy levels. Contact our knowledgeable supplement store staff for more ideas or to answer any questions. We’re here to help.
Male Hormone Replacement Therapy
As dads age, hormones change and men may experience fatigue, low energy, decreased sex drive, depressed mood, and difficulties with concentration and memory. Restoring testosterone and other hormones to an optimal level can substantially improve overall health and wellness.
Testosterone levels can be boosted naturally with changes to diet and exercise, such as reducing sugar intake, eating healthy saturated fats, and engaging in high-intensity exercise or strength training. When natural remedies don’t work, however, it may be time to consider hormone replacement therapy.
At The Guyer Institute, we offer bioidentical hormone replacement therapy using a prescription compound made from a source of yams or soybeans. Bioidentical HRT works to adequately balance all of a man’s hormones, including testosterone, estrogen, and DHEA, for optimal health.
If you suspect hormonal imbalance affects the quality of life for your father or husband, encourage them to contact Dr. Dale Guyer today to schedule an appointment. We understand all men are busy and often use that as an excuse to put off getting help for themselves. Tell him we offer convenient, in-office blood tests, and Dr. Guyer can formulate a prescription based on the results that you can pick up in our store or get mailed to your home. He might even send you a card next Father’s Day.