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Beyond the zinc, magnesium, and healthy fat they contain, pumpkin seeds are rich in tryptophan. The former is a precursor to prostaglandins, a hormone-like substance that plays a key role not only in sexual health but also in sexual desire. And tryptophan is a precursor to serotonin, a brain chemical that regulates mood and promotes feelings of calm and relaxation, both of which are necessary for maintaining a healthy sex drive. Pumpkin seeds are one of the best foods to naturally boost testosterone.
It is common for patients with brain tumours to experience headaches or migraines, but often sufferers of headaches worry that they are at risk of developing brain tumours. But a new study puts those worries at ease: migraine or headache in general is not associated with increased risk of developing brain tumours.
One of the most dangerous aspects of wireless devices is being ‘always-on’ – they are constantly generating a dangerous electromagnetic energy field 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This makes wireless technology a very significant chronic health risk.
Store supplements in a cool place. Bathroom medicine cabinets may be too warm and humid, which can cause the pills to fall apart.
If you just want to give yourself that little edge in endurance or speed, then beet juice may be the answer. Beet juice is naturally high in nitrate (known to protect the blood vessels from injury), which the body uses to make both nitrite and nitric oxide. Nitric acid expands blood vessels and therefore increases the flow of oxygen to the cells. This, in turn, increases both the power available to the muscles and the length of time that the muscles can exercise without tiring.
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