Importance of DHEA as You Age

DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone, is a naturally occurring hormone in our bodies. But, you can’t get it by eating certain foods unfortunately. Of even greater concern is that DHEA production levels in your body peak by age 25. After that, production of this important hormone starts to rapidly decrease, up to 80% by age 70. 
 
Why does this matter? Low DHEA levels are associated with aging and a number of diseases like type 2 diabetes, anorexia, osteoporosis, erectile dysfunction, and adrenal insufficiency.
 
For these reasons, we encourage you to take a DHEA supplement as you age. It will help deliver these longevity benefits: 
  • Balance and maintain your hormones and help
  • Slow the aging process
  • Boost your immune system
  • Improve cognitive function
  • Improve reproductive health
  • Improve your skin
  • Strengthen bone density
  • Help fight off depression
If you are interested in seeking the benefits of a DHEA supplement, you can find it here. There they can get you started on DHEA, as well as a handful of other beneficial supplements to improve your body’s overall health and longevity.

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