The emergence of new research concerning the body's hormones has pinpointed DHEA as key to maintaining various metabolic processes, endocrinal mechanisms, and reproductive capabilities. Rita Elkins, MH, discusses this hormone's various applications, its most recent research, its safety, and how it can ultimately slow the aging process and promote excellent health.
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