S. cerevisiae, also known as Brewer’s or Baker’s yeast, has great nutritional properties. It also has proven probiotic properties – it’s good for the skin and wound healing and combats various infections.
Prolactin is a hormone that is best known for allowing pregnant and breastfeeding women to produce milk. It also plays a role in many other functions throughout the body in both males and females.
Testosterone is the male sex hormone; it is found in both genders and throughout many different species. Testosterone serves a variety of functions in the body such as sexual and bodily development, metabolic and behavioral influence, and much more. It is important to know what increases and decreases this hormone, as well as when levels are too high or low in your body.
Here are some armchair theories why people react to supplements…There are few citations because these are armchair theories and I did a little research for this post. Writing sometimes help me form ideas – and why not share em 😉 Maybe I’ll add to it later on.
I became more curious because there’s a minority of people who can’t follow my protocols because they react to many or sometimes all supplements. Read More
Semen is the fluid or casing that holds sperm. Sperm is a cell that floats around in the fluid and reaches the embryo to impregnate the female. Semen is quite nutritious and has a bunch of interesting properties. Semen needs to have all of the ingredients to transport sperm to the embryo safely. It needs nutrients, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories (and more!) in order for the female not to attack the sperm. We can utilize the benefits of semen for various health benefits! See how 🙂