Debunking the Myth Between Testosterone and Heart Attacks

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                Poor testosterone! After an eye-grabbing article linking heart attacks and testosterone therapy together, there has been much fear and hysteria surrounding testosterone and heart attacks and what this means for our patients. Lucky for you, The Carragher Method can help dispel the rumors about testosterone causing heart attacks, and the problems with this study.  Since making news … Read More

Health Benefits of Melatonin: How the Sleep Hormone Can Help Anti Aging

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, Antioxidants, Carragher Method, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, fatigue, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, loss of energy, low energy, Melatonin, Testosterone, Thyroid, Uncategorized, weight gain1 Comment

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Melatonin: you have probably either taken it, read something about it, or even heard it thrown around by friends with regard to jet-lag or insomnia. But do you truly know what the health benefits of melatonin are, and are you aware of how melatonin may help with longevity? If not, you’re in the right place! We are here to give you the answers to questions … Read More

The Skinny on Body Fat

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Body fat – it’s a topic that’s almost impossible to avoid in America. Messages inundate us about losing body fat and learning how to tone up and sculpt our muscles, from television commercials to magazine articles. But what does body fat mean? What role does it play in overall health? Is there any truth to all the hype? What is the truth about body fat?  … Read More

How to Increase Your HGH Levels Naturally

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Human growth hormone (HGH) is a vital component of the human endocrine system. HGH makes your body grow taller when you are young, builds muscle mass, and helps your body to produce proteins. The pituitary gland releases growth hormones after you fall asleep or are under stress to help regulate these functions. Natural ways, such as resistance training and eating a balanced diet loaded with … Read More

The Role of Alpha Lipoic Acid

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It’s likely that you’ve heard of alpha-lipoic acid over the past several years. This compound has gained a lot of attention in the health and wellness space due to its potential benefits for weight loss, heart disease, memory loss, and diabetes management. But have you heard about the role of alpha-lipoic acid in aging as well?  Let’s explore what this amazing molecule does in the … Read More

Mitochondrial Aging and Decay – Part 2

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Mitochondrial Aging and Decay – Part 2 This is the second entry of a two-part blog on cellular and mitochondrial decay and aging. In the first blog, I talked about how exercise affects mitochondrial and cellular health. If you missed it, please click here! I’m going to talk about four specific treatments and interventions that can improve mitochondrial and cellular function. If you’re interested in … Read More

You’ve Heard About “Low T” But What About “Low E”?

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, belly fat, Carragher Method, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, Estrogen, fatigue, HCG, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, Libido, loss of energy, low energy, low libido, low sex drive, Sex, Testosterone, Thyroid, Uncategorized, Visceral Fat, weight gainLeave a Comment

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Estrogen: An Unlikely Player As most men approach middle age, the seemingly inevitable starts to occur: we gain weight around the waistline, sexual desire starts to wane, we’re unable to lift as much weight at the gym, and we seem to simply have a harder time keeping up with the younger guys. And most of us – doctors included – think that loss of testosterone … Read More