DHEA Effect on Aging

What is DHEA and how does it help with anti-aging?

I understand how it feels when you look at the mirror…

The face that stares back at you looks like your mum or aunt, right?

Well, it previously also happen to me too… all the time. It got to a point that I didn’t like looking at the mirror anymore.

All these, of course, were before I discovered the “fountain of youth” and have been using it to recover my youthful appearance… and also to prolong my life.

Before I tell you about this, do you know Ponce de Leon?

If you don’t, he was the one who actually embarked on the illusive search to locate the “fountain of youth”. He failed in his search because he was looking at the wrong place.

This fabled “fountain of youth” was recently discovered in the U.S.- Wisconsin, to be precise.

Can’t wait to know what this “fountain of youth” is? Just hang on and keep reading.

There is a biological compound that is produced in our bodies. It is extremely important for the growth and development of the human body. As the body’s production of this substance decreases with age, the signs of aging begin to rear their ugly heads via weight gain, wrinkled skin, loss of muscle, and loss of libido.

This biological compound was discovered by Dr. Henry Lardy, in cooperation with associates in the Institute for Enzyme Research at the University of Wisconsin. It is called 7-keto, and is a metabolite of a hormone produced by the adrenal glands called dehydraepiandrosterone (DHEA).

DHEA works through a number of pathways to combat the signs of aging. It helps with anti aging by helping the body to maintain a healthy weight. This improves overall health and longevity and it is perhaps undoubtedly the strongest benefit of 7-keto.

DHEA may as well turn out to be the wonder of our time because it combines its ability to support healthy body weight with memory function. Extensive studies have shown that 7-keto supports memory retention, and protects brain neurons from senility-associated degenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.

With aging come other discomforting situations like the high susceptibility to infections due to loss of white blood cells and antibodies. In case you don’t know, antibodies are the human defenses against pathogens. Pathogens are disease causing organisms- either virus or bacteria.

DHEA is known to enhance general immune response, even in animals. Both the oral and subcutaneous DHEA have been observed to protect rodents from the lethality of RNA and DNA viruses, as well as lethal bacterial infections.

In general term, the body’s production of DHEA drops from about 30mg at age 20 to less than 6 mg per day at age 80. Thus, in medical parlance, DHEA is regarded as one of the best biochemical biomarkers for chronological age.

Because of its generally universal function in human metabolism, DHEA is being associated with numerous human maladies.

But because of the multi advantageous nature of this biological compound, it is subject to abuse… especially in Europe where DHEA is available as a drug in 5 and 10 mg doses. But in the U.S., it is still an unpatentable substance.

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Source: https://positivearticles.com