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The Superhormone Promise Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 1997
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Pregnenolone is the best safe substance for increasing mind power and improving mood, DHEA excels at increasing libido and providing energy, whilst Melatonin is a wise choice for a good night's sleep and for strengthening immunity. Combining these with the daily use of a multivitamin & mineral supplement plus free-form amino acids may lead to even more impressive results.
DHEA & Pregnenolone are discussed in chapters one & 2, followed by testosterone in the next two chapters. Estrogen & Progesterone are dealt with in part three. Chapters 7 & 8 examine Thyroid Hormone & Human Growth Hormone respectively; chapter 9 is devoted to Melatonin and the last deals with dosages and how to take the superhormones.
Appendix 1 provides information on resources & diagnostic tests; Appendix 2 is a scientific article by Regelson with Dr Mohammed Y Kalimi titled: "DHEA - A Pleiotropic Steroid. How can one Steroid do so much?" from the journal Advances in Anti-Aging Medicine, vol. 1 of 1996.Read more ›
now, i feel better, have positive actitude, and feeling that my life, my health, my love to people, will improve 100%, and i`m getting better & better thanks to dhea.
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Good overview of topic of ageing, with updated information starting with Melatonin and continuing with most of the hot topic compounds / treatments with dosage information and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by John A. Ward
The Superhormone Promise certainly is one of the most informative works on the natural hormones DHEA, Pregnenolone, Testosterone, Estrogen and Progesterone, Thyroid Hormone, Growth... Read morePublished on September 12, 2008 by Peter Uys