DHEA, produced in the adrenal glands, is the most abundant steroid in the human bloodstream. It is often called the "mother" or precursor hormone because the body readily converts it on demand into active hormones, such as estrogen and testosterone. Beginning at the age of 20, DHEA begins to decline in both men and women. This decline triggers aging and increased susceptibility to age-related diseases.
* Note: One should not take DHEA unless they are over the age of 40, have hormone imbalances, or have an auto-immune disorder.
* Slows natural changes that come with age
* Can be used with psoriasis and hormone-induced pigmentation protocols
* Builds the adrenal glands
* Maintains a lean body mass
* Provides more energy
* Increases healthy mood and memory