Have you ever wondered why there seem to be so many advertisements for erectile dysfunction (ED) medication – Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra – on television and in magazines? Bernard Rosen did and began an investigation that would ultimately become his Doctoral dissertation.
The reason, it turns out, is quite simple – there is a lot of erectile dysfunction (ED). Over 30 million men in the United States suffer from it. ED affects over 50% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 and the incidence of complete ED triples between those ages. Even more disconcerting, experts expect cases of ED to more than double over the next 25 years.
The 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.
For more information about nutrition and erectile dysfunction, click here: Nutrition and Erectile Dysfunction
For more information about female sexual dysfunction, click here: Women’s Dysfunction
As a result of the research, two health and wellness programs were developed. 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. These educational programs emphasize healthy food and lifestyle choices including diet, nutritional supplementation, exercise and relaxation. They are intended for men and women who want to be accountable and responsible for their own health.
The Dick Diet and The Jane Diet are offered in a variety of venues. While best delivered in a private client one-on-one scenario over a period of twelve weeks, the programs are also designed to be shared via weekly group classes or during weekend intensive seminars with post workshop weekly interactions. A critical component of the program is weekly communication to ensure compliance and provide continued education and support. The delivery of each program is adaptable to accommodate a wide variety of participant needs.
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For a copy of Bernard Rosen’s dissertation on nutrition and erectile dysfunction, click here: Nutrition and Erectile Dysfunction