Welcome to Be Healthy! Be Happy! with Dr. Jim – health information you can wrap your head around – health information backed by science that’s up to date & evidenced base.
As promised. A great tasting smoothie made with foods scientifically shown to stimulate aphrodisia!
Does it improve sexual function and sexual desire – libido and sexual performance?” People ask, and I think rightfully so, “Is chocolate an aphrodisiac? Does it improve sexual function and sexual desire – libido and sexual performance?”
A study published in the International Journal for Impotence Research in 2011, showed that pistachios taken 100 grams daily by men, improved erectile function.
Foods that jump start sexual desire. Are they for real? Writing today about aphrodisiac foods and today ‘s subject is saffron. Saffron is a beautiful little flower native to Asia and the Middle East.
Scientific studies show Fenugreek enhances sexual desire and sexual function in both men and women! ontinue the dialogue today on aphrodisiac foods and in particular drilling down on one called Fenugreek.
In search of sexual desire? Maca may be your answer! Men and women alike, have searched for aphrodisiac foods - foods which increase sexual desire and increased libido, for centuries.
Vitamin E plays a crucial role in a function called anti-oxidant activity. Dr. Jim, here with you talking about vitamin E. Like all vitamins, vitamin E is really important to health and well-being.
Vitamin D is good for just about everything that ails you! Hi! Dr. Jim here, talking with you today about all important vitamin D. Some would say that vitamin D is good for just about everything that ails you and indeed, they may be right.
Vitamin C is critical for immune function; it's critical for what's called antioxidant activity and it’s critical for enzyme function.
Vitamin B12 is essential for red blood cell formation and prevention of birth defects, among others. Hi, Dr. Jim here with you today to talk about all-important vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is important for gastrointestinal or digestive function, red blood cell formation, proper nervous system function and a thing called DNA integrity.
Vitamin B6 is key to emotional energy, among other vital functions.