We have all heard about the benefits of exercise and all its positive effects, but can you exercise too much? Yes, you can, and the net results can cancel out any positive benefits you might have gotten from working out. What are the signs to be aware of, regarding overtraining?
Adrenal fatigue or adrenal insufficiency is a malady that affects far more people than it is realized. There is a difference between adrenal fatigue and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), but the symptoms are often similar. In adrenal fatigue, these ranges from dry skin, hair, feeling tired all day, low sex drive, weight loss, insomnia or… Read More »
Earlier I wrote about DHEA and how it was doing me some good physically; today, I am going to give an update and further info on 7-Keto DHEA (3-acetyl-7-oxo-dehydroepiandros-terone) going on one and a half months into my experience on using it. 7-Keto is basically another form of DHEA, albeit a more readily available form… Read More »
The liver is highly important if you care about your health and aging. I notice the liver is another one of those organs that are always shunted to one side (along with the pineal gland) and ignored, just because it quietly maintains your body in one piece. Nothing could be further from the truth. The… Read More »
Coenzyme Q10 is one of the more effective nutrients you can consider taking, which isn’t too expensive but produces results. And I can say this without reserve because I’ve just started testing it, but the difference in the way I feel is noticeable, even after just a short while taking it. So here is my… Read More »
Broad beans and human growth hormone – What do they have in common? It seems that eating lots of broad beans may increase the level of L-dopa (L-3, 4-dihydroxyphenylalanine) in the body, which in turn, encourages the release of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. And this increase of HGH is one of the main… Read More »
The Human Growth Hormone is a very large molecule, comprising by default, 191 amino acids. At the same time, scientists have produced various other “slimmer” forms of recombinant growth hormone that may contain a lesser number of amino acids. Undeniably, the HGH molecule is among the largest naturally occurring peptide molecules in existence. Besides the… Read More »