1. DavidLang16

    Neuroendocrine aging theory

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    Essentially is that we age because our hormones decline; our hormones do not decline because we age.  We look for optimal hormone levels for you, not “normal” levels.  Deficiencies can be addressed and returned to the 30 year old level, but, it must be with hormones that are identical to...
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    Bio-identical HRT

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    So, we have looked at two of the pillars of anti-aging medicine, namely: Diet and Exercise. Basically adapt the DASH diet and exercise more. It all comes back to you have to burn more calories than you are taking in. And a lower glycemic index diet focuses on natural foods...
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    semerolin

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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2699646/ This is an intriguing study sponsored by the National Institute of Health about the superiority of the use of semerolin for adult growth hormone deficiency. This something I prescribe for those who qualify
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    Symptoms of Low Testosterone in Men

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    Low testosterone levels in men are commonly experienced but typically go untreated. These inconsistencies in testosterone levels for males may even go unrecognized. While testosterone deficiency is usually something that comes with aging, this can begin at any age. Once recognized, this needs to be managed and should receive immediate...
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    Finding Natural Relief for Hot Flashes

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    Unfortunately, menopause and hot flashes go hand in hand. When experiencing perimenopause or menopause, hot flashes are likely the most recognizable symptom. Hot flashes will certainly cause some discomfort and may even last for years. If you’re experiencing this discomfort, try these tips to help reduce the severity:  Sage- Drinking...