The average male seems to not care about health until it is too late. It’s no shock that men seem to have more serious health issues than women.1 Venturing a guess as to why? Maybe it is because men never seem to go to the doctor unless there is something serious. Women, on the other hand, go to the doctor yearly for their exams, and therefore other health issues such as high blood pressure, diabetes, weight issues can be caught in the earlier (easier to treat) stages. Don’t you think it is time for men to take charge of their lives and be pro-active about their health?
When speaking of “Men’s Health" two primary areas rise to the top; genitourinary (reproductive organs and urinary system) and cardiovascular health. The genitourinary system, in particular, receives a lot of press with the abundance of commercial advertisements around prostate health and erectile dysfunction. Cardiovascular diseases, on the other hand, are the number 1 cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. Cardiovascular health also receives an abundance of attention in the media with commercials regarding cholesterol, atrial fibrillation, and blood thinners. Considering these two broad areas are of significant impact in men’s health, it seems appropriate to discuss a new form of an existing ingredient that provides benefits in both of these areas:
New From = Sibelius™: LactoMato, Existing Ingredient = Lycopene.
1 WHO. Global Health Observatory (GHO): Female Life Expectancy. [Online] [Accessed January 16, 2020]
About David Foreman
David Foreman is a pharmacist, author and media personality known internationally as, “The Herbal Pharmacist®.” His background in both pharmacy and natural medicine puts David in an elite class of health experts who can teach integrative medicine practices. David’s focus is to help all to achieve the health and vitality they seek by teaching his 4-Pillars of Health: Diet, Exercise, Spirituality and Supplements. David is also highly sought for his abilities as a science engineer by helping companies connect their science to their sales and marketing teams. David is a graduate of the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, currently serves on Organic & Natural Health Association’s Scientific Advisory Board and is author of, “4 Pillars of Health: Heart Disease.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]