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Foods for thought, Part 3: Why grains matter
Grains take the spotlight In the last part of our series of features dedicated to nutrition education. We explain what makes some grains better for us than others, break down their positive health benefits and address some of their perceived negatives, and identify the types of grains we'll welcome onto our plate any time.
Foods for thought, Part 2: Fruits and vegetables, and what their colors mean
In our latest feature aimed toward nutrition education, we focus on fruits and vegetables, and why their colors can be important for your overall health, including your immune and cardiovascular systems, eyes, testosterone and cognitive function. We also look at several produce picks by pigmentation and serve you a taste of their respective nutrients and health benefits.
Foods for thought, Part 1: Serving nutritional knowledge to your plate
March is a month dedicated toward nutrition. Peak whets your appetite for nutritional knowledge with the first in a series of features that focus on the food groups highlighted in the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) MyPlate guidelines. We also make some recommendations as to what foods may work best for your personal menu.
The hard(?) truth about ED, your sex drive and TRT
As many as 30 million American men suffer with erectile dysfunction (ED). We examine the problem and its possible causes, clarify how it differs from trouble with your libido, and explain how testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) may – or may not – be the answer to your problem.
Peak: Who we are, and why we’re serious about your wellbeing
Peak is a medical practice that takes you and your health very seriously. Here's how we operate, step-by-step, in helping you rediscover your best self.
Can we talk? 10 things to know about having a consultation with your hormone doctor
Most men don't want to talk about their hormones, even when they've scheduled a consultation with a doctor to do so. Peak spoke with Dr. Danielle McDevitt, an internal medicine physician specializing in hormone consultation, treatment and optimization, and together we've identified 10 important things you should know before, during and after a consultation.
Honoring 6 medical marvels on Black History Month
To celebrate the annual observance of Black Americans and their achievements, Peak pays tribute to six Black clinicians, inventors and health pioneers who broke through racial barriers while making historic breakthroughs in medicine.
It’s not whether you win or lose. It’s how your testosterone responds to the Big Game.
It's time to huddle up and watch football's Big Game. What's on the line? Bragging rights, personal pride, maybe a few dollars...and your testosterone? Find out how the gridiron's biggest annual event – and group sports overall – can help your hormones score a touchdown...or commit a costly fumble for your wellbeing.
How to tell your partner you want to go on testosterone replacement therapy
How do you tell your partner that you haven't been feeling yourself, and that you think going on TRT can help you feel whole again? Peak and hormone optimization specialist, Dr. Danielle McDevitt, offer up some ideas to help you have this deeply personal exchange – how and when to broach the subject, as well as ways to navigate through scenarios that risk taking the conversation in the wrong direction.
Prescribed for greatness: Pharmacists that filled a place in history
Pharmacists are on the front lines of healthcare provision 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In honor of National Pharmacist Day, we offer up this list of indispensable dispensers whose discoveries and contributions to their field concocted some pretty incredible history. And to all pharmacists, we say, “Thank you.”
Drink it in, man: The chemists of carbonation
No less than five pharmacists are responsible for inventing some of the world’s most famous soda beverages. In honor of National Pharmacist Day, we break out “a little bit of the bubbly” (non-alcoholic, of course), then sip and savor the effervescent fabrications of these thirst-quenching chemists.
How to organize your New Year’s goals (not resolutions)
Many of us see the New Year as an opportunity to set resolutions that effect personal change and growth. However, the far majority of these New Year's resolutions barely make it through the first month. We take a look why that is, and outline five ways to help you determine how you can set New Year's "goals" that will stick.
Five New Year’s goals that are worth setting
With the New Year comes an opportunity to better ourselves by way of setting and meeting resolutions, or goals as we prefer to view them. Here are five goals we believe are worth setting for yourself in the New Year, or any other time of year for that matter.
Hormones for the holidays: 5 ways to make your testosterone merry during the stressful season
The holidays can be happy, but they can also be quite stressful. When that happens, your testosterone levels can suffer. Here are five tips on how to keep your T levels merry and bright during and beyond the season.
12 kind-of-Christmas movies Yule love (and so will your testosterone)
For many men, the holidays can be stressful and put a depressing lump of coal in their testosterone stocking. Thankfully, we've chosen a dozen kind-of-Christmas movies we believe are best suited to give your T levels some ho-ho-heft and add a shine to your peppermint stick.
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