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A Recent Study Concludes: Testosterone DOES NOT Cause Prostate Cancer

lead testosterone researcher 300x200For decades the medical community accepted the fact that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) should never be prescribed for aging men due to the increased risk of prostate cancer. This was especially true for men that were diagnosed with the dreaded disease. It was considered by many urologists that treating men suffering from prostate cancer with testosterone would be “like throwing gasoline on a raging bonfire.” However, this long-held view has been challenged. A recent study produced evidence that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) significantly improved outcomes for some men who underwent robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP). The finding is the conclusion of the study...

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Phosphatidylserine

PS chemical makeupPhosphatidylserine If you're interested in boosting your ability to learn...developing razor-sharp memorizing skills...dramatically increasing your capacity for learning and retaining new information...and adding a new weapon to your stress-busting arsenal...then it's time you learn about phosphatidylserine (PS). PS is an essential fatty acid that our bodies produce in limited amounts.     Phosphatidylserine is in the family of fats called phospholipids and is a significant component of cell walls. PS helps them repair and maintain cells and improves their ability to communicate with each other.    Aging is associated with cognitive decline, as it is with so many other conditions. Typically, the...

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Pregnenolone: The Most Important Hormone You Haven’t Heard About

Drawing hormone sign 300x200Pregnenolone: The Most Important Hormone You Haven't Heard About Undoubtedly, you have heard of Human Growth Hormone (HGH); Testosterone, the hormone responsible for males developing masculine characteristics. Estrogen, the female counterpart to testosterone; oxytocin, often referred to as “the love hormone.” Progesterone, which is a significant contributor to the body's support for pregnancy. Dehydroepiandrosterone/ Dehydroepiandrostenedione, also known as DHEA, an essential endogenous steroid hormone that is known to have anti-aging properties, and cortisol, the so-called “stress hormone.” All of these hormones (and much more, too numerous to list) play a vital role in maintaining and regulating our body's internal functions....

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Modafinil: Is it the Real-Life NZT-48?

Encyco 300x180Here's What You Need to Know About This Fascinating Nootropic In the movie Limitless, a struggling writer who just couldn't seem to organize his thoughts tried a pill called NZT-48. In a remarkably short period, he developed the ability to finish his novel in just three days, in spite of the fact that before taking the substance, he had been struggling for months to get a single page completed. But that's not all. He suddenly found that his mind had expanded to seemingly unimaginable heights. He had turned into a walking, talking encyclopedia of obscure facts and figures, and possessed...

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The Calming Benefits of L-Theanine

meditation1 300x156What is L-Theanine? L-Theanine is an amino acid that is present in the tea plant and some mushrooms. The “L” is a scientific notation of its structure. Its makeup is related to L-Tryptophan, which is another amino acid that is a precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin is a chemical manufactured by the body that controls mood balance and is sometimes referred to as the “feel-good” hormone. When the serotonin in your brain is at a perfect level, you are creative, relaxed, focused, and have excellent impulse control, which is typical of the ideal Zen state of mind. On the...

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All About Aniracetam a Beneficial Racetam Nootropic

left brain right brainAniracetam Aniracetam without choline -- a nootropic prescription drug -- is a popular cognitive enhancer that many people find useful in becoming more creative, solving problems, and allowing both sides of their brain to work together. Specifically, Aniracetam has been shown to have the ability to: Heighten ability to learn and remember Sharpen perception Introduce a calming effect, and combat stress Quicken reflexes Improve Mood Dramatically increase verbal fluency Reduce Brain Fog Aniracetam was developed in the 1970s by Hoffman-LaRoche, a company involved in the research, development, and manufacture of medicines, diagnostics, and vitamins. Aniracetam was first introduced as a nootropic in...

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Take Your Brainpower to the Next Level with Noopept

sitting 300x169Therefore, We Need to Work Smarter Working more intelligent does, of course, mean much more than merely taking a pill or supplement. Correct nutrition, sufficient rest, adequate hydration, exercise, and stress reduction all play an underappreciated but significant role in enabling the brain to function at its best. However, once this foundation is in place, nootropics can play a huge role in everything from intelligence increase to protecting the brain from toxins. There are several herbs, vitamins, and prescription drugs that have been shown to deliver what they promise. And what many refer to as the “granddaddy” of all nootropics...

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DMAE: A Safe Way to Boost Your Brainpower

confused elderly person 300x200DMAE Do you feel that you have lost some of your mental focus? Do you have more trouble concentrating than when you were younger? Are so-called “senior moments” happening more often? If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, join the crowd. As the baby boom generation enters their senior years, a grim reality emerges: they ain't what they used to be. Tasks that used to be routine are gradually becoming more challenging. These senior moments can lead to feelings of frustration...despair...and fear. Yes, fear. Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia are the most feared afflictions of older...

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Piracetam: The “Granddaddy” of all Smart Drugs

220px PiracetamDeveloped in the late 1960s, Piracetam was the first compound that was classified as a nootropic drug and is the most well-known of the cognitive enhancers. Piracetam was the first racetam to be synthesized and is the chemical from which the word “nootropic” was born. Piracetam was first used in Belgium in the late 1960s, where it was tested in clinical studies. The former Soviet Union was also deeply involved with Piracetam and conducted several studies of their own. Piracetam is perhaps the most famous of the so-called “smart drugs” for a few reasons. First, it works. Users report enhanced...

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Did you know Saunas may increase growth hormone?

Native American Sweat Lodge 300x195Did you know… Saunas may increase growth hormone? The benefits of sauna use have long been well-known – and have been known for centuries. Around 2,000 years ago the Greek physician Parmenides stated that: “Give me a chance to create fever and I will cure any disease.” Sauna bathing is a form of whole-body heat therapy and has been used since time immemorial in Roman baths, Native American sweat lodges, Turkish baths, Russian banyas, and similarly in Japan with hot water tubs and more recently saunas. All of these cultures have used this type of heat therapy to boost their...

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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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A Beginners Guide To Nootropics And So-Called “Smart Drugs”

nootropic illustration of brains and brawn 266x300An Introduction to Nootropics The word Nootropics is from the Greek words nous, or "mind," and trepein meaning "to bend/turn." Nootropics are also referred to as smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuroenhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers.  Nootropics are drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and certain foods that have shown the potential to improve mental functions such as cognition, memory, intelligence, motivation, attention, and concentration. The term nootropic was invented in 1972 by Corneliu Giurgea, a Romanian psychologist, and chemist. According to Giurgea, nootropic substances should have the following characteristics:   1. They should enhance learning and memory.  2. They should improve the...

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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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The Benefits of Centrophenoxine

centrophenoxine chemical chartCentrophenoxine Centrophenoxine (CPX) is a drug used to treat the symptoms of senile dementia and Alzheimer's disease. It was one of the first nootropics. Developed in the 1950s, it was designed to help combat mental problems. However, CPX has also been shown to have several additional benefits. CPX can: Increase intelligence and improve the brain's ability to solve problems, make logical decisions and understand language Help the brain retain long-term memory Boost mental alertness Improve mood and develop a positive mental outlook Have potential life extension and anti-aging effects Act as an antioxidant, destroying harmful free radicals and other toxins...

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Scientists Report that Enzyme Aromatase has Big Impact in Healthy and Injured Brains

HGH docs 124 300x200An enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen appears to have a significant impact on a healthy and injured brain, scientists report. There's a growing body of evidence that in the healthy brain, aromatase, and the estrogen it enables neurons to produce, help keep our minds sharp and flexible. Now scientists are learning that with injury, aromatase and estrogen expression seem to shift to cells in the brain called astrocytes. These cells support and nurture stressed brain neurons, said Dr. Darrell Brann, Regents' Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia...

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A New Look at Stress…it is Not Always as Bad as it Seems

stressed woman 300x218You hear the same mantra, over and over again, almost daily and seemingly from everywhere. Stress kills. We're chronically overstressed. We must deal with and reduce stress. It's true that excessive pressure causes a plethora of problems that are harmful to both our mind and body. And it's also true that in today's 24/7 connected, rapidly changing, shrinking, crisis-filled world, we are subjected to a constant bombardment of “stressors” (circumstances that are stressful). Also, there has never been a time in recorded history where stress just seems to be increasing, at a maddening pace, without a break. However, remember this:...

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LCN2 Hormone Suppresses Hunger and Discourages Overeating

Researchers have investigated the effects of a hormone named Lipocalin-2 and hypothesize that the naturally occurring hormone could be used as an effective HRT Treatment for overeating and obesity. Many people that are overweight or obese struggle with their weight because their bodies do not sufficiently trigger fullness. Medical investigators are hopeful that LCN2 Therapy could help keep appetites under control and encourage improved weight loss results. LCN2 has been studied in rodents for years, and human research is on the upswing. This hormone is produced by mice and primates (including humans) and is primarily secreted from bone cells. LCN2...

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Everything You Need to Know About Clomiphene

shutterstock_109530050 300x206But Clomiphene Does Not Just Help Women Incredibly, clomiphene has proven to be helpful to men that are suffering from low levels of testosterone (“Low-T”). Hyperstimulation is not a common occurrence for drugs that are designed for altering the hormones of one gender, so let's take a look at why both women and men need clomiphene, and how the drug works. Why Women Need Clomiphene As mentioned earlier, clomiphene was designed for women suffering from abnormal ovulation. There are two specific types of infertility that clomiphene is powerfully effective in dealing with: oligo-ovulation and anovulation. Oligo-ovulation refers to ovulation which...

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Women Can Boost Their Testosterone Just by Acting Like a Boss

HGH docs 77 300x200You're a woman. And, like many women, you may believe that testosterone is a male hormone only...but you'd be wrong. It's true that men are born with much higher levels of the hormone than females. But low testosterone can adversely affect women as well as men. This is Where We Can Help Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is not something to be entered into lightly, for both men and women...especially for women. The dosage must be exact, to reap the benefits without suffering from the masculine side effects that are possible with the wrong amount. In other words, never proceed on...

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Human Growth Hormone and Menopause Management

menopausal woman 300x198Don't Let “the Change of Life” Change Your Life Let Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Replacement Therapy Make The Discomfort of Menopause a Distant Memory     Menopause. For many women, the very word conjures up images and memories that they would love to forget. Hot flashes...joint pain...itching...sleep disruption...mood swings...brain fog...decreasing libido...headaches...and overall diminished quality of life. But Wait...There's More As menopause kicks in, there are even more severe consequences than what was just listed: Osteoporosis. This nightmare affliction causes the bones to lose tissue, which results in thin, brittle bones, subject to breaking at the smallest trauma. Vaginal Dryness. Not only does...

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Study Examines Link Between Growth Hormones and Osteoporosis

Illuminated skeleton 300x300PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — For women with thinning bones, Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy is a different but possibly effective option for battling osteoporosis. “The idea of growth hormone helping osteoporosis is not new,” says Dr. Michael Farrell, an internist at Allegheny General Hospital. A study from Sweden indicates that women on growth hormone replacement therapy had denser, thicker bones, and therefore had greater protection from fractures. “This study looked at fracture risk, which is what you really care about,” says Dr. Farrell. The study involved 80 women, ages 50 to 70. For 18 months, they got daily shots of either a...

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HGH Purchased From Mexico Is Illegal – Don’t Buy HGH Illegally

skull crossbonesHGH from Mexico is available on the black market and "gray" markets in the United States. Although some HGH from Mexico is pure, some brands of HGH from Mexico are often contaminated with foreign proteins, lead and heavy metals which cause allergic reactions. The consistency of strength is also a problem with many brands from Mexico (some being fake or diluted). At present,  the direct purchase of any form of HGH from Mexico is perilous and dangerous for individuals, both legally and medically. More Illegal Operations in the USA and Online International Law Enforcement Operation Targets Underground Manufacture of Anabolic...

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Weight Loss Through HGH

HGH docs 68 300x206How to Obtain Weight Loss with Human Growth Hormone 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 the division of endocrinology at Saint Louis University, presented their findings at ENDO 2003, the 85th Annual Meeting of The Endocrine Society. The meeting took place in Philadelphia from June 19-22. The findings are significant because obesity is a significant health risk in the United States, affecting as much as 30 percent of the population. Obesity leads to liver, lung, and heart disease and an increased...

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Menopause Drugs: Study Stokes New Debate Over Cancer Risks

HGH docs 113 300x200Women who start hormone replacement therapy (HRT) soon after menopause do not show higher cancer incidence within 16 years, according to a Danish study published on Tuesday that fuels scientific discord over the treatment's safety. Indeed, women who took HRT in the investigation had a significantly lower risk of dying or developing heart problems, the researchers wrote in a paper published on the medical website bmj.com. The new study was hailed by a menopause awareness group, but a researcher who led a wider probe into HRT said it was worryingly underpowered. HRT has been shrouded in controversy since a Women's...

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Hormone Therapy May Benefit Some Women’s Hearts

HGH docs 157 300x212Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may do more than ease hot flashes and mood swings. A new study suggests that women who start taking hormones during menopause might get some protection against heart disease without seeing increases in other serious risks. The study, which was published in the journal BMJ, tested a theory called the timing hypothesis. In older women, many years past menopause, hormone replacement therapy using both estrogen and progesterone has been shown to raise risks for heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, dementia, and breast cancer. What has been less clear is whether hormones might be safer and more beneficial...

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What to eat to boost testosterone

Frail tired old man 200x300What to eat to boost testosterone A grim fact: as men age, the amount of testosterone in their bodies drops. Beginning around age 30 the testosterone loss occurs at approximately 10% per decade. Do the math. At that rate, an 80-year-old man will have half the testosterone as he did as a young man. And the consequences of this crash of testosterone levels are devastating since testosterone is the crucial hormone that makes men MEN! Let’s take a look at a few of the unwelcome surprises that await aging men that are losing the “manly hormone”: Shrinking, weakening muscles Accumulation...

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The Importance of Hormonal Balance for Menopause

Blue hormone sign 300x225The Importance of Hormonal Balance for Menopause More than one researcher has described the human body’s hormonal balance as “the dance of life” or, more specifically, “the dance of the hormones.” And this is indeed an apt analogy. Your endocrine system is a delicate balance that is interrelated. When one hormone increases or decreases, it often has a spillover effect on one or more other hormones. And This is Especially True Concerning Menopause The dictionary definition of menopause is “the time of cessation of a woman’s reproductive ability.” Female ovaries slow down and eventually cease the production of hormones once...

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New Study Shows the Debilitating Effect of Smoking on the Brain

cig smokeIf you smoke, the findings of this new study will make you at least think about quitting, and hopefully throw those cancer sticks where they belong: in the trash can, once and for all. We all know smoking delivers numerous health horrors: cancer, premature aging, gum disease, lung disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, heart disease...the list goes on and on, with too many other well-known afflictions to mention. But Now There's a New One to Add to this Blood-Curdling List A new study has linked smoking with the thinning of the cortex, the brain’s outer layer. Neurologists have long known that the...

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Want to Keep Your Bones Strong and Healthy? Then STAY ACTIVE!

Tech 300x212When our ancient “hunter-gatherer” ancestors were engaged in a constant, life-or-death struggle for food and shelter, they were continually on the move...and weak bones was one of their least concerns. But that was then...and this is now. Health research scientists, fitness trainers, and physicians all agree that today's sedentary lifestyle, brought on mainly by modern technology, is leading many of us toward weakened, brittle bones. Keep reading and find out why this is happening and, more importantly, what you can do to prevent your bones from joining this ever-increasing, debilitating trend. Why Your Bones are at Risk  Let's face it....

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New Study on Menopause Drugs Stokes Fresh Debate Over Cancer Risk

HGH doc 261 300x216PARIS -- Women who start hormone replacement therapy (HRT) soon after menopause do not show higher cancer incidence within 16 years, according to a Danish study published on Tuesday that fuels scientific discord over the treatment's safety. Indeed, women who took HRT in the investigation had a significantly lower risk of dying or developing heart problems, the researchers wrote in a paper published on the medical website: bmj.com. The new study was hailed by a menopause awareness group, but a researcher who led a wider probe into HRT said it was worryingly underpowered. HRT has been shrouded in controversy since...

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