Health Advice


Exercise should be like brushing your teeth. We all know what will happen if we do not exercise yet the majority of us put it off or give an excuse for why we don’t have the time or the place.

Men and women should do entirely different exercises, depending on what they are trying to achieve. Yes, we all want that magical pill, but the fact is we can fly in space and there still is yet a pill that works on everyone. We have everything built in we need, we just have to use it.

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Even a well balanced diet will not get you the appropriate levels of these vitamins, which are anti-oxidants. These anti-oxidants remove oxygen free radicals from the body, which occur naturally as a byproduct of metabolism and can cause damage in cells leading to heart disease, cancer, and aging. The body also produces free radicals when exposed to sunlight, X-rays, ozone, tobacco smoke, car exhaust, and other environmental pollutants.

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DHEA is a naturally produced pro-hormone. DHEA occurs in the body as a result of a cascading molecular synthesis from the very large complex molecule to progressively smaller more specialized ones.  Acetate in the body is converted into cholesterol when certain carbon chains are removed to yield pregnenolone, known as the “mother hormone.”

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Cancer is a group of diseases in which cells are aggressive, invasive, and sometimes metastatic (spread to other locations in the body). These three “malignant properties of cancers” differentiate them from benign tumors, which are self-limited in their growth and don’t invade or metastasize (although some benign tumor types are capable of becoming malignant). Cancer may affect people at all ages, even fetuses, but risk for the more common varieties tends to increase with age. Cancer causes about 13% of all deaths. According to the American Cancer Society, 7.6 million people died from cancer in the world during 2007. Apart from humans, forms of cancer may affect other animals and plants.

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