It’s Movember around the world and that means the focus is once again on men’s prostate health, so this week I dive deep with men’s health specialist Dr Ralph Esposito. While much of the mainstream is focused on treating men’s prostate and hormonal imbalances when its too late, Dr Espo and I explore how we can integrate practices and herbs into our lives so that optimal sexual health (and beyond) can be maintained. We explore the effect that pornography has on men’s health and erectile dysfunction and how we can overcome this with some simple processes. Physiological factors play a huge part in this dysfunction and they are heavily discussed. The physiological harm of stress on men’s health leads to some wonderful insights about why we need to be keeping stress down if we want erectile and hormonal function to be strong. Adaptogenic herbs are at it again in helping maintain optimal health and I loved the herbs Dr Espo is using, I’ll be upping their intake and I’m sure you’ll be doing the same. The depth of insights into how to get a hormonal flow that leads to sexual potency, a long life and potentiated health is inspiring and there are some great surprises for you in regards to how simply raising testosterone isn’t the answer to getting better sexual function.
Juliet Allen is back and we’re diving deeper into the topic of sex and intimacy than ever before. It’s been over a year and a half since she graced the podcast and we had a lot to explore in regards to how we can get deeply in touch with our own sexual practice and start creating the sex life we’ve always dreamed of. There were many distinctions here Juliet dropped that have opened up some deep considerations for myself and my relationship with sex and I know there they will for you too. Get ready to integrate on a whole new level with yourself and your partners sexually.
Jason Bawden-Smith has been on a mission to get to the core of his own and society’s degenerating state of health for decades. After discovering his metabolic syndrome was largely caused by an addiction to technology and disconnection to nature he began to uncover the effects that our technological culture is having on our bodies and cells. His journey is described in detail in his new book In The Dark – New Ways To Avoid The Harmful Effects Of Living In A Technologically Connected World. We go deep into the contents of the book and his story in this incredible interview.