Want to look better? Start with the little things. It’s all the little things we do each day like exercise, eating a healthy diet loaded with a variety of vegetables, drinking plenty of pure water, getting adequate sleep and sunshine that keep us healthy.  When you take care of yourself, it shows.  But what if you just don’t feel like taking those little steps? Since your hormones play an important role in your overall sense of well-being, take a minute to learn about the role of DHEA in hormone production.  DHEA: is a crucial prohormone or base from which the body produces hormones. is the most abundant hormone precursor.  helps connective tissue and bone formation. supports neuronal cells and bone cells to form. helps the body to rebuild. counterbalances the negative inflammatory effects of cortisol, the stress hormone. supports the immune system by increasing the number of and activity of natural killer cells. Humans are naturally at their best or prime in their prime age for having children between the ages of 18 to 35 years. They feel vital and have sex drive, and can care for children.  But from age 25, males and females start making 2% less DHEA each year. This   Read more…