Beetroot and beet juice – in moderation

Have you seen publicity about beetroot juice? It’s good for all kinds of things, apparently. It improves failing memory, enhances stamina, reduces blood pressure and even acts as a kind of natural male potency enhancer. Or does it? Increased athletic performance The story was originally kick-started in the mainstream media a few years ago by … Read more

Best vitamins for men

Dr Paul Clayton 2014 In an ideal world, you would get all the nutrition you need from the food you eat. But these days that’s wishful thinking. It might well have been true 50 or 60 years ago, when men were far more physically active and ate more. More food means more nutrients. Men need … Read more

What vitamins should I take?

Dr Paul Clayton Most people consider a vitamin supplement for two reasons. First, to make sure they are not deficient in any important vitamin or mineral. The second reason is to help reduce the risk of long term health problems. Important research shows that achieving the first (preventing deficiency) does not necessarily achieve the second … Read more

Reduced sperm counts – canary in the coalmine?

Dr Paul Clayton 2013 Sometimes it is necessary for the old order to fail before a new order can be considered, particularly when there are powerful groups (health insurance companies, the pharmaceutical industry, the medical profession) with vested interests in the status quo. Most of us ignore warnings that the old system is at the … Read more

Prostate cancer – the dietary links

Dr Paul Clayton 2002 The American Cancer Society predicted that final figures for new prostate cancer patients in 2001 would exceed 198,100. Approximately 31,500 of those diagnosed would die of the disease, making it the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men. The benefits of screening and early detection (secondary prevention) in reducing the … Read more