I’m pleased to announce two new health and wellness programs – The Dick Diet and The Jane Diet. These two programs were developed from my Doctoral Dissertation Nutrition and Erectile Dysfunction. My research investigated and established strong links between a man’s nutrition and lifestyle and his erectile functioning. Subsequent research established similar links for a woman and her sexual functioning.
The Dick Diet and The Jane Diet are holistic approaches to male and female health. While the diets were developed and designed to support men and women suffering from sexual dysfunction, they also may help prevent other diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Perhaps the word “Diet” is a misnomer. In our society diets are viewed as a short term fix. Something we do for a short time and then go back to what we did before. And sure enough, before we know it, we are again how we were previously. So what is different? The Dick Diet and The Jane Diet are in fact a way of life. If you want to be healthy and stay healthy that requires staying on course. The “Diets” emphasize healthy food and lifestyle choices including diet, nutritional supplementation, exercise, and relaxation. They are intended for men and women who desire to be accountable and responsible for their own health.
At the same time it is important to recognize that we are all different. Since we are all individuals, one plan does not fit everyone. Therefore, The Dick Diet and The Jane Diet are ultimately customized for each person’s specific needs. Food, supplement, exercise, and relaxation regiments are individualized – they have to be to achieve optimum health for each person.
If you are interested in participating or learning more about these two programs, please send an e-mail to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 262-389-9907.
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Features of The Dick Diet and The Jane Diet:
Food: An emphasis on organic and whole foods that are consumed closest to their natural state. It includes a healthy mixture of carbohydrates, protein, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water.
Carbohydrate sources: Vegetables, fruits, whole grains, complex carbohydrates. Sugars and processed foods are not allowed.
Protein sources: Grass fed beef or bison, free range and antibiotic/hormone free chicken and turkey, free range and antibiotic/hormone free eggs, wild salmon and other cold water fish, and legumes.
Fat sources: Coconut oil, olive oil, butter, nuts and seeds, fish, grass fed beef, organic whole fat yogurt, organic raw cheeses, and organic whole fat cottage cheese.
Vitamin and mineral sources: Fruits and vegetables.
Water sources: Pure water, fruits and vegetables.
Supplements: The diets emphasize whole food based and herbal supplements. These have been utilized for many years across many different populations with success in improving sexual dysfunctions in men and women.
Exercise: While there are many healthy forms of exercise, this approach focuses on walking and burst training for aerobic activity and cardiovascular health, and yoga for strength and flexibility.
Relaxation: Stress management and relaxation are the keys to success on these programs. This is the time we allow our body to repair and regenerate itself. These are best achieved through specific breathing and meditative techniques to generate deep relaxation and stress reduction.
Bernard Rosen, PhD is a Nutrition Consultant and Educator. He works with individuals, groups, and at corporations to create individualized nutrition and wellness programs. He is an expert in the field of Nutrition and Erectile Dysfunction. His office is in Thiensville, WI. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, e-mail at email@example.com, call (262) 389-9907 or go to www.brwellness.com.