Tag Archives: genetics

Really, Are Viruses Good or Bad?

By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

November 9, 2020

With our current pandemic, it’s easy to see viruses as the enemy.  They seem like something to be feared, hated, and avoided at all costs.

Are You Suffering From...

  • Love handles and a pot belly
  • Romance that isn't what it used to
  • Forgetfulness and inattention
  • Low (or no) strength and endurance
  • A sex drive that's shifted into neutral...or worse

If so...you may have Mature Male Burnout.  Click here to discover more about this unique condition and what you can do about it.

I get it.

But viruses don’t have to be the bad guys.  In fact, you might be surprised by the important role they have played in our own human evolution. Continue reading

Don’t Just Wait for Alzheimer’s to Come Knocking On Your Door

By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

April 23, 2012
The second of three articles on Alzheimer’s

Are You Suffering From...

  • Love handles and a pot belly
  • Romance that isn't what it used to
  • Forgetfulness and inattention
  • Low (or no) strength and endurance
  • A sex drive that's shifted into neutral...or worse

If so...you may have Mature Male Burnout.  Click here to discover more about this unique condition and what you can do about it.

  • Assessing your risk for Alzheimer’s
  • The risk factors you can change and the one you can’t
  • Why you should take a pass on the BBQ

We don’t have a definitive cause or a cure for Alzheimer’s yet, which makes it a particularly frightening disease. Especially considering that 1 in 8 older Americans has it. And that number is expected to skyrocket as baby boomers age. Continue reading