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Scientists Bold Prediction: We’ll Soon Extend Life Well Beyond 120”

Molecue links 300x156Silicon Valley has turned its attention to discovering a cure for a universal disease: AGING. They are pouring billions into biotech firms to attempt to ‘hack the code’ of life, despite concerns about potential unintended consequences. In Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley, hedge fund manager Joon Yun is doing a basic calculation. According to US social security data, the probability of a 25-year-old dying before age 26 is 0.1%. If we could keep that risk constant throughout life instead of it rising due to age-related disease, the average person would live 1,000 years. Yun finds the prospect intriguing...

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Constantly Tired? Can’t Sleep?

medical symbol 116 300x225Then Keep Reading, and Learn How to Defeat These Health Robbers No question about it. Many Americans suffer from an endless cycle of having to do more and more with less and less sleep and rest, with devastating consequences to their health. Going through life constantly fatigued is no fun. Moods plummet, productivity suffers, and the quality of life is miserable for those who have sleep problems and are always tired. Keep reading and discover a few common causes of why this is such a problem, and more important, what you can do about it. The Importance of Sleep The...

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HGH FAQ’s

HGH docs 74 300x200Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Hormone Deficiency, Andropause, and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Question: Do our hormones naturally decline as we age? Answer: Yes. Our vital hormones experience a gradual decline as we age. Question: At what rate do they fall? Answer: There are differences between people in the speed of hormone decline. This difference is due to a variety of factors (genetics, illness, lifestyle). However, there is a general rule that we experience a decline of approximately 10% per decade, beginning at around age 30. This is true for three of our most essential hormones: testosterone, human growth hormone...

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Erectile Dysfunction: The Facts You Need to Know

EDErectile Dysfunction: The Facts You Need to Know Erectile dysfunction (ED). Those words can chill the strongest man down to his deepest core. If you can’t perform in one of the most basic and intimate displays of manhood, what effect does that have on your ego? Your sense of self-worth? Your relationship with your significant other? Your self-confidence? Your masculine self-image? Or everything else concerning your body, mind, and spirit? The physical and psychological toll ED takes on men is immeasurable and devastating, to put it mildly. What is Erectile Dysfunction? The medical definition of erectile dysfunction is difficulty in...

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The Real Difference Between Muscle and Fat…and Why it’s So Important to You

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16 Cancer-Causing Foods to Avoid

microwave popcornAs the year winds down, many folks are looking to the next year to make positive changes. Many New's Year's resolutions revolve around developing better eating habits. “You are what you eat” is far more than an often-quoted cliche. It is one of the most important things you can do to get and stay healthy. Maybe the most important. When people talk about “eating better," they usually vow to consume more fresh fruits and vegetables, or drink more water, or add a few quality supplements to their daily fare. These are all great ideas. But what you don't put in...

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Metformin: The First Effective Anti-Aging Drug?

HGH doc pondering treatment options 300x200Is Metformin An Anti-Aging Drug? Possibly! Keep Reading and Learn the Facts About This Exciting Breakthrough The first clinical trial of a potential “anti-aging, life-extension” drug - metformin anti-aging, is now underway. The American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) has jumped through numerous bureaucratic hoops to receive approval for the study from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The study is called Targeting Aging with Metformin Trial (TAME) and is currently seeking funding to keep the trial going. Dr. Nir Barzilai is the director of the Insititute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx....

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Male Blood Panel Work

Red Blood Cells  The cost of the comprehensive male blood work panel is $299. The price includes the prescription to get the blood drawn at LabCorp or Quest Diagnostics, the analysis of that blood work, and Physicians evaluation of the results (No Hidden Costs). Comprehensive Male Blood Work Panel: Homocysteine, Plasma. High levels of homocysteine are associated with elevated risk of heart attack, stroke, blood clot formation, and may be a precursor of Alzheimer's Disease TSH Free T4. T4 is the primary hormone produced by the thyroid gland. Its function is to navigate through the blood to particular targeted cells, then convert...

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Enjoy a Few Drinks Weekly? Beware: This May Be a Link to Poor Sperm Quality

Alcohol warning 300x300A recent study concluded that moderate alcohol intake of as little as five drinks every week is linked to poorer sperm quality in otherwise healthy young men. And the more drinks consumed weekly, the worse the sperm quality seems to be, the findings indicate. The results have prompted the researchers to suggest that young men should consider cutting back on regular drinking. Their findings were based on 1,221 Danish men between the ages of 18 and 28, all of whom underwent a medical examination to assess their fitness for military service, (compulsory in Denmark), between 2008 and 2012. As part...

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Osteoporosis: What it is and How You Can Fight and Avoid It

Illuminated skeleton 300x300In spite of protestations to the contrary, aging is a disease...period. Nothing, absolutely nothing about our bodies improves over time. And our bones are as subject to the damage that aging inflicts on any other body part. The older you are, the higher your chance of having osteoporosis. Women's bones are thinner than men's, and bone density rapidly declines after menopause. Therefore, it's not surprising that about 80% of Americans with osteoporosis are women. But men can be stricken with this affliction as well. Granted, osteoporosis is much more common in women, but men are at risk, too. In fact,...

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Did You Know: Low Testosterone Levels Can Predict Metabolic Syndrome

HGH Doc in library 300x200Did you know: Low Testosterone levels can predict Metabolic Syndrome Testosterone protects against Multiple Sclerosis Testosterone may protect men from autoimmune disease Testosterone Therapy may reduce men’s risk of Prostrate Cancer Keep reading and discover the many exciting and little-known benefits of this miraculous hormone Testosterone. The male hormone responsible for muscles, manhood, and chest hair. This potent hormone is also behind the male sex drive, risk-taking, courage, aggression, and a broad range of definitive masculine characteristics, both good and bad, depending on circumstances. But Testosterone Also Plays a Critical Role in Maintaining Men’s Health That’s correct. A recent study...

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L-Arginine: The Key to Both Heart Health and Sexual Health

Several pills 300x200Recent medical studies have discovered a direct relationship between heart health and sexual health. L-Arginine supplements are found to improve circulation blood flow and are effective in reversing erectile dysfunction. A precursor of nitric oxide (NO) L-Arginine is directly involved in vasodilation and enhancement of blood flow and can improve erectile function in most men. “Sex can improve your cardiovascular health, and studies indicate your chances of heart problems may decrease if you’re having sex regularly...twice a week or more can cut the risk of heart attack by half,” says Michael Krychman, M.D. the Executive Director of the Southern California Center...

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Your HGH Status and Benefits of Growth Hormone Injections

HGH docs 163 300x200Are you looking to regain your youthful energy? Having a hard time losing weight? Suffering more aches and pains? Then it's time to consider Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Replacement Therapy! Here are the compelling benefits of restoring your growth hormone to optimal levels: Skyrocket your energy levels. Stop being sick and tired of being sick and tired. Low growth hormone levels are directly linked to low energy levels. Want proof? Compare your energy today to what it was in your youth. It's not rocket science. Enough said. Not to mention, improved energy levels is one of the most noticeable effects...

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Statins May Slow Prostate Cancer Progression

Pill package 300x188Statins, best known for lower cholesterol levels, may have a surprising additional benefit. They have shown the ability to slow the progression of prostate cancer in patients receiving hormone therapy, according to a new study. The study consisted of 926 men undergoing hormone therapy for advanced prostate treatment. The results were encouraging: those taking statins saw their cancer remain stable for an average of 27.5 months before deteriorating, compared with a mean of 17.4 months among men not taking statins. "These findings are preliminary, so I would not recommend that everybody start on statins to slow prostate cancer," said senior...

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The Importance of Luteinizing Hormone

LH Blue image 300x200The Key Role This Hormone Plays in Regulating the Reproductive System Luteinizing Hormone (LH) is produced by the pituitary gland and plays a vital role in controlling the reproductive system. Luteinizing Hormone is a gonadotropic hormone (the hormone responsible for stimulating the gonads and monitoring reproductive activity) that is manufactured and secreted by cells in the anterior pituitary gland. It plays a crucial role in regulating the function of the testes in men and ovaries in women. In men, LH Leydig cells in the testicles promote both testosterone and sperm production. Testosterone is also required for the development of masculine...

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The Many Brain Benefits of Beet Juice

brain 1 300x240Beet juice has long been known to deliver several significant health benefits: an increase in stamina, better circulation, lower blood pressure and assisting the liver in its many vital functions. But there is still another advantage from beet juice: brain health. These significant health benefits make a convincing case for drinking beet juice on a regular basis...even though it's not something many people are in the habit of drinking regularly. Get Smarter with Beets The findings on brain health come from Wake Forest University and were reported in Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry. It was already known that beets have...

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A Toxic Hormone Seems to Be Changing the Sex of Fish in U.S. Rivers

toxic chemicalThe Hormone is Used in the Raising of Cattle but Finds its Way to Rivers and Streams A chemical compound used to artificially stimulate weight gain in cows may be contaminating aquatic ecosystems in the United States and disrupting the reproductive processes of fish, according to a new study in the journal Nature Communications. Cattle farmers have been using the chemical compound trenbolone acetate (TBA) for decades. The hormone has a potentially toxic byproduct, 17-alpha-trenbolone. Earlier research had seemed to show that the chemical breaks down and becomes harmless when exposed to sunlight. However, it appears that when the chemicals...

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Testosterone: The Master Protector

HGH Doc with beard 200x300Testosterone: The Master Protector Keep reading and discover how testosterone’s many benefits just keep on coming! The benefits of testosterone are well-known: increased strength and muscle mass; surging energy levels; lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, deeper, more restorative sleep, and sharpened mental function. But There are Other, Lesser-Known Benefits of Testosterone That’s right. Did you know: Testosterone can help men who are suffering from osteoporosis. Testosterone may protect men from Asthma attacks. Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is both efficient and safe if done correctly under medical supervision. Testosterone has been linked to lowering cholesterol and insulin levels. Let’s take...

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Enjoy That Morning Cup of Coffee GUILT-FREE

coffee wallpaper 300x169The Importance of Coffee Our love affair with coffee has a long history. Napoleon-era French diplomat Talleyrand said that coffee “should be hot as hell, black as the devil, pure as an angel, sweet as love.” Bach wrote a cantata in its honor, writers meeting deadlines and students cramming for exams rely on it, and, according to legend, a Pope blessed it. In one of the most famous retorts known, Lady Astor once remarked that if she were Winston Churchill's wife, she'd poison his coffee, to which Churchill acerbically replied: "If I were married to you, I'd drink it." Coffee...

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HGH Injections, Brain Exercise and Foods That Help You Improve Mental Focus

happy couples 2 300x238Do you remember when you were very young and days felt like they were 30 hours long, years seemed like they took forever to go by -- especially the school year, but in your later life, days, weeks and months -- even years, appear to fly by? This is because your brain slows down as you age, with the result of time seeming like it is compressed. Alas, your mind will likely continue to slow down during your entire life with higher speed. Men and women who go on growth hormone injection programs notice that the days seem like they...

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Welcome to HGH and Testosterone Replacement Therapy

HGH docs 80 300x209Congratulations! You have taken that all-important first step on a journey to a new you through the miracle of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and Testosterone Replacement Therapy. My name is Mark Smith, and I am your private health executive, who would like to talk to you about some of our hormone injection programs. BHRT Medical Solutions has access to a network of board-certified medical doctor's in every state and county all across America. These physicians are happy to get you started on this exciting journey, by performing the necessary blood work and a comprehensive physical exam all in a single,...

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Fatherhood and Men’s Hormonal Changes

father holding up infant daughter 300x300Upon discovering that they are about to become fathers, men often experience a drop in two hormones: testosterone and estradiol. This happens even before their babies are born, according to a new University of Michigan study. Past research has demonstrated that men's hormones change after they become fathers, and there is some evidence that this is a function of a decline after the child's birth. What is unique about the new U-M study is this: it is the first research to show that the decline may begin even earlier, during the transition to fatherhood, said Robin Edelstein, the study's lead...

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Causes of Human Growth Hormone Deficiency

GH Blue image 300x200Why Your Human Growth Hormone Levels Drop With Age... And What You Can Do About It It is on a vastly different, far more potent level than any other anti-aging method or approach. It works fast...faster than anything known to modern medical science. In fact, it may indeed be the “fountain-of-youth” that has evaded the human race since time immemorial. What are we talking about? Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is the miracle substance that makes our muscles and bones growth strong...gives us boundless energy...keeps us mentally sharp...scorches fat from our midsections...and affords ironclad protection from the...

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Magnesium: The “Miracle Mineral”

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Protein Building Block – The Facts You Need To Know

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Improve Cognitive Function in Centenarians With L-Carnitine

Seniors taking break after exercise 300x201L-Carnitine reduces physical and mental fatigue and also improves cognitive function in centenarians. A report published in the December 2007 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition described the results of a study conducted by Italian researchers which found a positive effect for L-carnitine (levocarnitine) on energy levels and cognitive function in individuals 100 years of age and older. The age-related decline in L-carnitine, which plays a role in cellular energy metabolism, could be involved in the fatigue experienced by many older individuals. Twenty-four men and forty-six women aged 100 to 106 who reported experiencing fatigue after even slight...

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Side Effects and Dangers of Human Growth Hormone

medical symbol 64 300x300Human Growth Hormone (HGH) has been shown in some studies to have side effects such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Arthritis, Edema (swelling), water retention, joint pain, Gigantism (abnormal bone growth) and bloating. The symptoms listed for HGH abuse are typically a result of high doses, far beyond what is recommended. People with cancer, or at high risk for cancer, or have a family history of a disease, especially prostate and reproductive cancer should be very cautious before undergoing HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), and discuss your medical condition and family history thoroughly and honestly with your physician. Here's why this...

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Weight Loss Through HGH

HGH docs 68 300x206How to Lose Weight with Human Growth Hormone A recent report reveals that Human Growth Hormone may be beneficial in helping obese patients with weight loss. Patients involved in the study lost an average of about 5 pounds. Calculated dose aids weight loss in obese patients, study finds. A controlled dose of Growth Hormone may help people who are obese lose weight and maintain the energy to exercise, new research at Saint Louis University shows. Stewart Albert, M.D., professor of internal medicine in the division of endocrinology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine and Arshag Mooradian, M.D., chair of...

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Sugar Should be Avoided if You’re Trying to Optimize Your Hormones, like HGH and Testosterone

Blood Sugar Spikes 810x313 300x116You've read the statistics...the studies...the personal stories...and you have arrived at a logical conclusion... SUGAR KILLS! Twelve pounds of sugar per year is what the average American consumed around 100 years ago. Fast forward to today. In 2009, the average American consumed an astonishing 150 pounds per year! When you consider that the human body requires only about two teaspoons of sugar in the bloodstream at any one time, it's not really too much of a stretch to realize that our current rates of obesity, diabetes, behavioral problems, mood swings, tooth decay, weakened immune systems, high acidic levels, impaired digestion,...

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What You Can Do NOW To Improve and Keep Your Memory

confused elderly person 300x200Alzheimer’s disease. Among baby boomers, this is the most dreaded disease imaginable. In fact, the very word causes many aging people to shudder in apprehension. When it comes right down to it, our minds and memories are what separate us from animals, and to lose the ability to reason is to lose our humanity, in a sense. Also, Alzheimer's is not the only predator lurking in the aging recess of our minds. Amnesia, dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and just plain old forgetfulness are all lying in wait to take their toll...and a terrible toll it is. Lapses in name recall...

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