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Do you suffer from mood swings and fatigue? Is your health declining as you get older? Can’t keep the “middle age bulge” at bay? If so, you may have low levels of DHEA.
As you get older, you may find that you struggle more to maintain muscle mass, feel tired more quickly, or perhaps you have developed rheumatoid arthritis or even osteoporosis. It is commonly believed that deterioration as we age is inevitable.
However current research indicates that we are not predestined to age in this regard, and by increasing our levels of DHEA before or even after they decline many of us can turn back the clock.
Low levels of DHEA have been linked to autism, arthritis, and depression. Keep you and your loved ones healthy and vibrant by following the DHEA-boosting Body Ecology program for wellness.
DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone, has become known as the ‘fountain of youth.’ It is made from cholesterol by the adrenal glands, which sit on top of your kidneys. Estrogen and then testosterone are both made from this steroid hormone.
Many people have turned to DHEA because it has been shown to increase bone density, treat Lupus and depression, and decrease the risk for heart disease. Another potential benefit is increased muscle mass and stronger immunity.
Someone who lacks essential levels of DHEA really can benefit from taking a supplement and they can be easily found in your local health food store. At Body Ecology, however, we feel it is important to use this supplement only after you’ve had your levels of DHEA checked by a health care professional. It’s a very simply saliva test.
So before you supplement with DHEA capsules, first check with your health care practitioner to make sure that you are in fact deficient in this hormone.
Anyone will benefit, on the other hand, by naturally increasing their DHEA levels withdiet and some simple changes in your lifestyle.
Nourish your thyroid to support healthy DHEA levels with Ocean Plant Extract.
We all want to age gracefully. Paying attention to your levels of DHEA is a great way to support yourself in healthy aging. The Body Ecology program, plus plenty of sleep, decreasing stress, and eliminating or reducing sugar intake can get you well on your way to turning back time.
Spending peaceful moments in nature — such as near water or in the mountains — is another great way to regenerate your adrenals and to find balance in life. Overall, proper nutrition and lifestyle are the two key secrets to finding your own fountain of youth.
Low DHEA Level, DiagnoseMe.com http://www.diagnose-me.com/cond/C11446.html
Skerret, P.J., “DHEA: Ignore the Hype” QuackWatch.com http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/dhea.htm
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