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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… Read More »

Toxins Could Explain Pneumonia Damage While a Hormone Could be the Cure, Researchers Say


HGH docs 86 300x235 Staff Writer An international team that includes scientists at Georgia Health Sciences University believes it might know why some lung damage and deaths from pneumonia occur after antibiotics appear to have cleared the lungs of the bacteria, and it might have found a “very surprising” treatment to defeat it, one researcher said. Pneumonia is the leading cause of infectious death in children younger than 5 worldwide, claiming more than 1.5 million victims each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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.… Read More »

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 major contributor to the body’s support of pregnancy. Dehydroepiandrosterone/ Dehydroepiandrostenedione, also known as DHEA, an important 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.… Read More »

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:… Read More »

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… Read More »

Sugar Addiction: The UnSweet Truth


Sugar refined 300x168Sugar Addiction: The UnSweet Truth    A nutritionist once complained that there was a depressing saying she heard all-too-often from her clients: “I just love my donuts and cookies.” What is the problem with that saying? Your donuts and cookies don’t love you back!    As research continues into the health effects of sugar, a grim, stark fact is becoming more and more apparent: sugar is poison and wreaks havoc on your body in so many ways. Today we are more addicted to sugar than at any time in the past. Want proof? Check out these numbers: In 1700, sugar… Read More »

Vitamin D3: The Miracle Vitamin That is so Much More Than a Vitamin


Vitamin DResearch scientists continue to discover new benefits to vitamin D3. They have also found that vitamin D3 is technically not a vitamin, but a hormone…a potent hormone that can play many vital roles in maintaining your good health. This recent research has lead to the conclusion that vitamin D3 is more important than we ever believed. Let’s take a look at what vitamin D3 is, and the role it plays in your body. One difference between vitamin D3 and other vitamins is this: We, along with others in the mammal kingdom, can create Vitamin D3 by exposing ourselves to direct… Read More »

Foods and Supplements for Healthy Skin


women doctor 300x199When it comes to healthy, glowing skin, the first thing that most people think of is what they can put on their skin directly. Moisturizers, in the form of sprays, creams, and gels, promise to deliver a more youthful, radiant look, and they’re right. Many topical products can work wonders to restore your skin to the look you desire. However, that is only half the battle. Never forget that… Healthy Skin begins from the Inside Out That’s right. There is an ancient cliché that “you are what you eat,” and that applies to your skin as well. The good news:… Read More »

Gene Therapy


DNAWhat is a gene? Straightforward and easy answer: The vital portion of DNA that makes us who and what we are Keep reading to learn more about this fascinating miracle of nature Why do some brothers and sisters have different physical traits such as eye color, size, and temperament in spite of sharing the same two parents? It’s all in the genes, the part of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that is on a mission of making us who we are. DNA contains the blueprints for specific enzymes and other proteins. The genes include strands of DNA that whorl together similar to… Read More »

Red Meat: Good or Bad?


Steak 300x212Red Meat: Good or bad? Healthy or unhealthy? A-1 protein source? Or a precursor to a heart attack? Keep reading and make an informed decision.     To eat red meat, or not to eat red meat? That is the question, and it’s time to find the answer. On the one hand, many nutritionists and medical professionals warn that consumption of red meat should be either minimized or eliminated from a healthy diet. The anti-red meat arguments range from health reasons to the detrimental effects of meat processing and consumption on the environment and ethical concerns. Vegetarians can be extremely passionate… Read More »

Stop Suffering From Heartburn


heartburn 232x300Stop Suffering From Heartburn What You Need to Know About this Painful, Persistent Condition Heartburn. The scientific name for this problem is Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). Whatever it’s called, it is a painful condition, at times incredibly painful. Also, it is common, affecting most people at least occasionally. To deal with heartburn, you need to know what it is, what causes it, and what you can do to prevent it in a safe, natural and efficient manner. What Exactly is Heartburn? You may have experienced heartburn. A sharp, red-hot pain that races through your chest all the way up to… Read More »

The Best Ways to Boost Your Levels of HGH


Misc pills 300x200How to boost your HGH levels: The personal guide to longevity and cell regeneration medicine and understanding these most crucial elements of healthy HGH levels. To get the best results with or without an HGH replacement therapy program, incorporate an overall healthy lifestyle. Here’s how to do that: 1. Regular intense exercise including cardio 90 minutes a day six days a week and weight lifting every other day (4 days a week) alternating the upper and lower body. 2. Take multivitamins, vitamin D, and Calcium supplements, amino acids and Omega 3 (fish oil) supplements 3. Stick with a low-calorie diet… Read More »

Piracetam: The “Granddaddy” of all Smart Drugs


220px PiracetamDeveloped in the late 1960’s, 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 1960’s, 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… Read More »

Weight Loss Through HGH


HGH docs 68 300x206December 19, 2008   

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.

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Calculated dose aids weight loss in obese patients, study finds

ST. LOUIS, USA – 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 the division of endocrinology at Saint Louis University, presented their findings at ENDO 2003, the 85th Annual Meeting of The Endocrine Society, which took place in Philadelphia from June 19-22.

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… Read More »

Fed Up With Looking in the Mirror and Not Liking What You See?


man looking in a mirror 300x200Fed up with looking in the mirror and not liking what you see?

Discouraged that your workouts are not delivering what you need?

Sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?

Then it’s time to take action! Add DIM to your supplement menu and stop letting estrogen rob you of your manhood!

Ask any doctor. They will tell you the grim fact: their male patients over 40 have many complaints they never suffered from in their youth.

Take Your Brainpower to the Next Level with Noopept


sitting 300x169No question about it. More and more people are interested in boosting their brain power through the use of nootropics, or “smart pills” or “cognitive enhancers.” From students faced with the need to cram for an exam, aging baby boomers concerned about increasing “senior moments,” to overworked and highly stressed employees and business owners, our “24/7 connected” society continues to demand more and more from us…and we seem to have less and less time. Therefore, 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,… Read More »

Low Testosterone Affects a Third of Young Men with Type 2 Diabetes


type 2 diabetes low testosterone 200x300New research has revealed that approximately one third of men aged 18-35 with type 2 diabetes have low testosterone levels.

Dr. Paresh Dandona and colleagues from the State University of New York at Buffalo measured circulating testosterone levels in 38 men with type 1 diabetes and 24 men with type 2 diabetes. Results showed that testosterone levels were significantly lower in participants with type 2 diabetes than they were in men with type 1 diabetes. 33% of participants with type 2 diabetes were found to have low testosterone levels, whilst 58% had testosterone levels that were below normal for their age. In comparison, just 8% type 1 diabetic patients had testosterone levels below the lower limit of normal.

How Do I Get Started With HGH Treatment?


HRT 300x200How to get started with Human Growth Hormone treatment? What are the benefits and possible side effects? What is the science behind these therapies? How do you produce the results you promise? Our focus is on anti-aging techniques such as Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Injectable Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy. Our mission is simple: smash aging and derail the aging express…once and for all! Our therapies are the most efficient, up-to-date and cutting-edge treatments available. Also, our procedures are safe. They have undergone rigorous, multiple clinical tests and trials and passed with flying colors! Our HGH therapy combines different anti-aging… Read More »


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