Are you de­fi­cient in testos­terone?

The News (New Glasgow) - - PICTOU COUNTY - Lisa McNiven Nat­u­ral Jour­ney Dr. Lisa McNiven, BSc., RN, ND is a Doc­tor of Natur­o­pathic Medicine at Natur­o­pathic Ser­vices, 277A Fo­ord St., Stel­lar­ton.

Keep read­ing be­cause this rem­edy may be what you have been look­ing for!

Men, if you are feel­ing low li­bido (sex drive), fa­tigued, hair loss, dif­fi­culty with erec­tions, loss of mus­cle mass, in­creased body fat, mood changes, de­pres­sion and “just not your­self,” then you may need an herbal for­mula that would help your body pro­duce more testos­terone.

Ladies, you may be low in testos­terone if you are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing low sex drive, weight gain, de­pres­sion, low en­ergy and fa­tigue, in­abil­ity to gain mus­cle mass when work­ing out, ir­ri­ta­ble, and slow me­tab­o­lism.

Foods to in­crease in your diet to help with in­creas­ing testos­terone pro­duc­tion in­clude shell­fish, oys­ters, beef, beans, egg yolks and tuna.

A nat­u­ral rem­edy is known as pine pollen and it is avail­able at our ad­ja­cent pharmacy in the same build­ing as my clinic!! Ath­letes are lov­ing the en­durance and stamina they ex­pe­ri­ence when tak­ing the pine pollen to step up their game! Check out www.iamwor­thit.com to­day as we are host­ing a Women’s Well­ness Work­shop on Oct 28.

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