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Movember for Men's Health


November, or now known as Movemeber, shines the spotlight on men's health and, in particular, prostate cancer. You may be seeing a few more hairy lips, as the Movember movement asks men to grow moustaches to raise awareness for prostate cancer, a disease the affects 1 in 7 Canadian men.

At Polo Health, we are here to support men's health and offer hormone testing and balancing, supplements and prostate exams.

In this newsletter you can read about: 
- Our current offer on men's health supplements;
- Testosterone and your health. Are you low?;
- Tips for prostate health.

To make an appointment with a team member, call our office, or book your appointment online. 604-544-7656. 
 
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Dr. Andrea Gansner Going on Maternity Leave


Dr. Jutai will replace Dr. Gansner while she is on maternity leave.The Polo Health Family is expanding again! Dr. Andrea Gansner is leaving for her maternity leave on November 18th. Dr. Jutai will be her locum while Dr. Gansner is taking time off to spend with her baby. 

Dr. Jutai will be shadowing Dr. Gansner and meeting patients over the upcoming weeks and will officially start on November 20th. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Jutai to the Polo Health team and congratulating Dr. Gansner! 

To book an appointment with Dr. Gansner before she leaves for her maternity leave, please phone the clinic.


Call 604-544-7656. 

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10% off Men's Health Supplements


In celebration of men's health month this November, Polo Health is offering 10% off men's health supplements including,

- Testo Essentials
- Zinc Picolinate
- Testo Clear
- Prostate Essentials


To learn more about men's health supplements, call the clinic or drop by.

Call 604-544-7656. 

All About Testosterone - Is Yours Low?


Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and is responsible in men for the formation of reproductive male tissues such as the testis and prostate. It contributes to the production of muscle and bone mass, the growth of hair on the body, is responsible for the health of sperm and performs regulatory functions in the body. Women do have testosterone, but men have it in much more significant quantities (7x). 

Testosterone levels in the body decline as men age, leaving many men susceptible to health risks including cardiovascular disease, diabetes and metabolic disease. Symptoms of low testosterone include depression, reduced muscle mass, enlarged breasts, erectile dysfunction and low sex drive. 

Learn more on our website or call and book an appointment to have your testosterone levels checked.


Call 604-544-7656. 

Tips for Prostate Health


It is never too early to start thinking about the health of your prostate. In Canada, 1 in 7 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer. As you age, keep your prostate healthy and reduce your risk with these tips:

- Eat selenium rich foods such as wheat germ, tuna, herring, eggs, sesame seeds and sunflower seeds. Studies show that a diet rich in selenium reduces one's risk for prostate cancer.

- Get active. Exercise makes the body stronger and more resilient. An active lifestyle also promotes a healthy weight, where obesity is a risk factor for many diseases including cancer. Start walking daily, increasing your activity time gradually. As your cardiovascular system and muscles adapt, add in more strenuous exercise like running, swimming and playing sports. A good weight lifting routine is also a must, to support healthy muscle growth.

- Get checked regularly, and let the doctor know if you have a family history of prostate cancer. Your risk for prostate cancer doubles if you have a close family member like a father or brother with the disease. Book an appointment to have your prostate checked. 
 

To learn more about prostrate health, and to book an appointment call 604-544-7656. 

Articles & Media Appearances

Superfoods for Men's Health

Superfoods for Men's Health 


Dr. Allana talks with CTV Morning Live about the foods that support men's health - like pumpkin seeds for zinc and beef for iron. Eat to support healthy hormones, and improve body health and tone.
 
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Men Have Body Image Troubles Too

Men Are Not Immune to Body Image Struggles


Dr. Allana talks to hosts Janice and Cory about her article in Huffington Post where she wrote that men too struggle with body image troubles and are unnecessarily silent about it.
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