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Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)

DHEA is secreted by the adrenal glands, and also produced in the gonads (testes and ovaries), and brain. It is sometimes called the “mother of all hormones” because it is the building block from which estrogen and testosterone are produced, and is vital to health. Thousands of scientific articles have been published on DHEA during […]

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Adrafinil: Alertness Without Stimulation

Non-narcoleptic users generally find that adrafinil gives them increased energy and reduces fatigue, while improving cognitive function, mental focus, concentration, and memory. It has been reported that quiet people who take adrafinil become more talkative, reserved people become more open, and passive people become more active. Of course, many stimulant drugs, ranging from caffeine to […]

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Chelation Introduction

Chelation comes from the Greek word “claw,” meaning “to grab,” which is exactly what EDTA does. When a molecule of EDTA travels through the bloodstream and gets near a toxic metal such as lead or mercury, it grabs the destructive particle and binds tightly with it, pulling it out of the membrane or body tissue […]

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Natto for Blood Flow

Fibrinogen (a blood clotting protein) levels rise as we get older. And high levels of fibrinogen usually lead to increased platelet aggregation, blood clots, and eventually heart attack or stroke. High fibrinogen levels are considered a more dangerous risk factor for heart attack and stroke than high cholesterol. A study of 2,116 men found that […]

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Solutions for Low Serotonin

Serotonin, or 5-hydroxytryptomine (5-HT), was first identified over 50 years ago. Since then, scientists have found that low serotonin can be a serious problem for many people. It is responsible for a wide variety of central nervous system effects, including emotional equanimity, restful sleep, the regulation and perception of pain, sexual behavior, appetite control, and […]

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Triage Theory of Micronutrients

In October 2009, Dr. Bruce Ames and his research team from Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute in Oakland, California, published the article Vitamin K, an example of triage theory: is micronutrient inadequacy linked to diseases of aging? in the October 2009 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. While some insiders immediately recognized the […]

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The Microcirculatory System

Medical researchers now know that poor microcirculation is one of the single biggest contributing factors to the health problems we commonly associate with the macrocirculatory system. In other words, a heart attack is most likely the long-term result of a damaged microcirculatory system. For example, we’ve all heard of blockages in the coronary artery, and […]

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Have You Heard of Metabolic Syndrome?

Dear Reader, If you have not yet heard of Metabolic Syndrome, there is an article on the website that very well might save your life.  Metabolic Syndrome is a combination of four conditions.  Having any one of these conditions alone is a threat to your health.   Having two, three or all four conditions – full […]

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