As the most abundant steroid hormone in the body, DHEA is mainly produced in the brain, adrenal glands, and ovaries. It is also a precursor to the sex hormones – testosterone and estrogen. DHEA levels fall dramatically by age 40 making the body more susceptible to infections, cancer, depression, fatigue, cardiovascular dysfunction, and cognitive deterioration. Restoring DHEA benefits energy, immunity, cognition, mood, and neurological health. It helps the breakdown of fat and cholesterol to improve body composition and cardiovascular health.
- Restore energy
- Sustain the immune system
- Balance insulin and cortisol levels
- Protect the heart and mental function