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DHEA TR, 120 Veg Capsules, Nutra BioGenesis
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DHEA TR by BioGenesis is a natural supplement that provides dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in a fiber-based time-release delivery system. DHEA is a metabolic precursor to other hormones and supports healthy adrenal glands and many other cells in the body.
  • DHEA supports healthy aging.*
  • May support healthy production and regulation of androgens, estrogens, cortisol*
  • DHEA provided in time-release delivery system
  • May support enhancing feelings of well-being*
  • May protect against cardiovascular dysfunction*
  • May support a healthy libido*
DHEA (or dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone produced by the adrenal gland and brain which serves as a precursor for all steroidal hormone production including both testosterone and estrogens. It is the bodys most abundant circulating steroid hormone, though the levels are generally higher in men than in women. Research has shown that levels peak at age 25 and markedly decline from there, with a decline of over 80% by age 70.*

DHEA TR is specifically formulated so that clinicians can prescribe a low amount of DHEA, and increase in small increments as necessary. The fiber-based time-release system allows the product to provide a stable amount of DHEA from which the body can use what it needs, thus avoiding cortisol surges or fluctuations in levels of androgens and estrogens. The time-release lasts anywhere from 6-12 hours, depending on transit time and digestive capabilities, and this allows for a normal circadian rhythm of both DHEA and cortisol. This should be dosed in the morning, as this is the when the adrenal glands usually release DHEA.*

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5. Genazzani AR, Stomati M, Valentino V, Pluchino N, Pot E, Casarosa E, Merlini S, Giannini A, Luisi M. Effect of 1-year, low-dose DHEA therapy on climacteric symptoms and female sexuality. Climacteric. 2011 Dec;14(6):661-8.
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Supplement Facts:
1 capsule contains:
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) 10mg
Other Ingredients: rice flour, vegetable cellulose capsule, cellulose, silica.

Recommended Use:
Adults: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule up to two times per day or as recommended by a healthcare professional.

Anyone who currently has a hormone-related cancer, such as prostate, breast, or uterine cancers should not take DHEA as it can alter levels of sex hormones in the body. Also, those with liver disease should not take DHEA as it can generate free radicals in the liver during its conversion to DHEA-s. For patients without liver disease, taking an antioxidant formula such as Oxy Quench, can help protect the liver from free radical generation. If you are pregnant or nursing, please consult your healthcare professional before using this product. Keep out of the reach of children.

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