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Telomeres, Telomerase, and Their Impact on Aging, Inflammation, and Cancer


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 20th, 2019

unnamedRecent research has expanded our knowledge of what Telomeres are and what they do. Telomeres are central to the aging process of DNA. Every time that a DNA molecule replicates, it loses a tiny bit of its Telomeres. Telomeres can best be compared to the tip of a shoelace. Telomeres keep the DNA molecule intact and tightly wound. Of course, our understanding of Telomeres is still in its infancy, and it is hypothesized that as we learn more about Telomeres, we can figure out ways to improve health and expand life-expectancy through the preservation of these Telomeres. Aside from aging, … Continue reading


GH-RH Antagonist May Be Effective Breast Cancer Treatment


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 19th, 2019

Sermorelin doc plunging forward 300x199In September of 2014, a Florida pharmaceutical company known as Biscayne Pharmaceuticals released clinical research data that provides evidence that GH-RH Antagonists may be able to help patients with breast cancer, and perhaps other forms of cancer. What is GH-RH? GH-RH stands for Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. This hormone is produced by the human hypothalamus and stimulates the pituitary gland to produce Human Growth Hormone. It has long been shown useful in the treatment of both childhood and adult HGH Deficiency, as well as its derivative forms. To stimulate HGH Production in patients, physicians prescribe Sermorelin and Tesamorelin, functional analogs of … Continue reading


GH-RH Antagonists May be Beneficial in Treating Malignant Melanomas


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 19th, 2019

shutterstock_209741689 260x300Malignant melanoma is a dangerous form of skin cancer, and, if allowed to spread too far, can become very vicious and deadly. Researchers have spent their entire careers researching malignant melanoma in an attempt to improve outcomes for the patient and increase the chances that they can recover from the disease and return to a healthier life. New evidence suggests that a particular class of medications, known as GH-RH Inhibitors, may be able to enhance the effective treatment of this form of skin cancer. What is a GH-RH Inhibitor? A GH-RH Inhibitor is a medication or chemical which suppresses the … Continue reading


Low-T Associated with Increased Risk of Atherosclerosis in Men with Type-2 Diabetes


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 19th, 2019

diabetes linked to low testosterone 300x234For men, Testosterone has always been recognized for its importance with regard to sexual function, but throughout the last decade, researchers continue to become more aware of the other important effects of Testosterone, and how dangerous Testosterone Deficiency is for aging men. Recent Research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism has uncovered a strong link between Testosterone and Atherosclerosis in men with Adult-Onset Diabetes. What Is Atherosclerosis? Atherosclerosis is also known as “Hardening of the Arteries,” and is a condition in which cholesterol, fats, and other materials start to form plaques in the arteries, which inhibit proper … Continue reading


How Can Women Maximize HGH Production?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 19th, 2019

Back to back HGH Docs 300x200While Human Growth Hormone Deficiency is common for both sexes, men are more likely to seek out Board-Certified HGH and Sermorelin Therapy Programs than women. That's unfortunate because women can see the same benefits from HGH Restoration as men can! Human Growth Hormone is essential to both feminine and masculine health, and HGH Deficiency depletes the vitality and quality of life of both men and women in similar ways! In fact, women produce higher levels of Growth Hormone naturally than their male counterparts. It also appears that there is a positive correlation between HGH Levels and Estrogen Levels. This means … Continue reading


HGH and Insulin: The Primary Agents of Energy Bio-Availability


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 18th, 2019

female doctor with laptop 300x211There are two hormones that are essential to providing the human body the working energy that it needs to function from day to day — Human Growth Hormone and Insulin. Insulin is responsible for signaling to liver, fat, and muscle cells to absorb glucose from the bloodstream for energy utilization and storage. On the other hand, Human Growth Hormone is responsible for stimulating fat cells to release energy stores. The human body operates at its best when hormones function and act in harmony. Endocrinology is an incredibly complex field because our hormones have complicated primary, secondary, and ancillary effects, which … Continue reading


Should You Choose the Ketogenic Diet?


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 18th, 2019

should you adopt a ketogenic diet 300x169The Ketogenic Diet has been an option for a long time, but it has recently discovered increasing popularity in the past decade. For those that can deal with the strictness of the diet, it can provide rapid weight loss, but is it worth the effort? There is some essential information that you should think about before you adopt a ketogenic diet. Carbohydrates Alone Don't Lead to Obesity Carbs are necessary because they provide immediate fuel that the body can use. When you adopt a super-low carb diet like the Ketogenic Diet, it causes your body to go into a state … Continue reading


Major Alzheimer’s Risk To Continued Sleep Deprivation


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 17th, 2019

sleep is important for health 300x200For body and mind to function optimally, it's absolutely necessary to get enough sleep every night. Though the underlying functions of sleep are still largely a mystery, we are continually learning more about how the body benefits from healthy rest, and we also learn more about the dangers of not getting enough sleep. One particularly troubling study shows that inadequate sleep may contribute to Alzheimer's risk. One of the central markers of Alzheimer's disease is the accumulation of Beta-Amyloid plaque. Beta-Amyloid is a byproduct of normal neurological processes. While we are sleeping, the body has methods to eradicate this waste, … Continue reading


The Relationship Among Testosterone, Obesity, and Alzheimer’s Disease


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 17th, 2019

sermorelin doctor resembling G Man 200x300Over the last generation, billions of dollars have been spent on Alzheimer's research. As we continue to learn more about the science of Alzheimer's, we recognize that many conditions are correlated with a higher instance of the disease. While we do not understand the real causes of Alzheimer's disease, new treatments are being developed to slow down the ongoing progression of the disease and improve the quality of life for patients. Because Alzheimer's is such a complex disease, it is studied by various sectors of the medical community. For example, Alzheimer's Disease is one of the central topics in the … Continue reading


Increasing and Preserving Height from Puberty to Beyond


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 13th, 2019

final adult height set by hgh 200x300Your final adult height is primarily the result of the influence of Human Growth Hormone on your body. During childhood and adolescence, surging Growth Hormone Levels contribute to the rapid increase in height during puberty. After puberty ends and the epiphyseal plates close, your body more or less maxes out concerning height. On the other hand, due to a variety of influences, you can slowly lose height as you get older. The following suggestions cannot only help adolescents maximize height gains during puberty, but they can also help aging men and women preserve their height. In some cases, those that … Continue reading

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