Get Back the Man Who Romanced You
Do you look at a picture of your husband and think “what the heck happened to him”? Do you wish he was more enthusiastic, energetic, and responsive? If you answered yes, read Get Back the Man Who Romanced You: How to DEFEAT “Old Man Syndrome.” He may be going through hormonal changes that can be addressed through diet, exercise, and lifestyle. Together you can feel, function, and look better. More
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The headline of the local paper ought to have read: “Aliens impregnate men over 40 at Deer Lodge, Montana truck stop. Babies due any day.”
When stopping to use the truck stop restroom I thought this was going to be tomorrow's headline. Every man I saw looked distorted in form. They looked nine months pregnant and ready to give birth. In reality though they were grossly out of shape and looking quite miserable. It made me wonder if this was the typical look for rural Montana or across the entire country.
Books published on women’s hormonal changes: 100,000. Books published on men’s hormonal changes: three. Okay, maybe not totally accurate, but you must admit that the void of men’s hormonal health care is gaping and cries for attention.
Most publications on this subject are directed to the steroid driven athlete or someone with erectile dysfunction. Get Back the Man Who Romanced You: How to DEFEAT “Old Man Syndrome” does not. It addresses an insidious cultural epidemic occurring in men between the ages of 40-70 years old. Our progressive culture has created a middle-aged man with a big problem. That problem is hormone imbalance leading and/or adding to the sequel of serious health challenges such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and a case of the “grumpy old man” syndrome. Research reveals that men will not address this issue, talk to their health care provider, and are reluctant to take replacement testosterone. Get Back the Man Who Romanced You: How to DEFEAT “Old Man Syndrome” addresses each of these perceived barriers using a natural, easy, effective, and fun approach.
While this book is about men, it is targeted to women. Why? Women, in our culture, do most of the food, grocery, and vitamin shopping, and food preparation. They decide where and when to dine out. Women also plan most of the social functions, including parties and dinners. They are the social directors of the family, planning most of the activities and vacations. Women also make 90% of all doctor appointments. Women are the doers and deciders.
Get Back the Man Who Romanced You: How to DEFEAT “Old Man Syndrome” targets these women to facilitate change in domestic routines. The book features dietary, exercise, and nutritional supplementation changes. The lifestyle changes presented in the book are gradual and occur in phases. This “baby step” approach is both easy to implement and clinically proven for sustained compliance.
Having weathered the nutritional arena for 30 plus years, I know that a lifestyle change must have an element of fun or adherence is low and failure rate is high. While I approaching this subject with health facts and statistics, Get Back the Man Who Romanced You: How to DEFEAT “Old Man Syndrome” has a call to action, and does so in a flexible and fun way to maximize success.
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