You used to be so strong when you were younger. It seemed like you could go forever.
Now, it’s a struggle just to get up.
But getting older doesn’t mean you have to be FRAIL.
If you’re more sluggish than you used to be… and you can’t even seem to stay on your feet…
You don’t have to accept living out the rest of your life in a weakened condition.
Frailty is REVERSIBLE.
You just have to replace a MISSING hormone – one that helps BUILD UP your body and strength.
As you age… especially after you hit 50… your body’s levels of it PLUMMET by as much as 90%.
Here’s how to get it back.
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You may have heard of DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) when it comes to professional athletes who’ve been BANNED from using it.
In young men and women, it’s considered a “performance enhancer” that could give Olympians and major league ballers an unfair advantage.
But you’re not an NFL quarterback… or a World Series pitcher.
You’re not trying to WIN the playoffs – you’re trying not to LOSE the precious final act of your life!
And that’s why it’s NEVER been more critical to learn about this steroid hormone.
It’s produced by your adrenal glands, located at the top of your kidneys.
That production peaks when you’re in your 20s and 30s…
And it’s all DOWNHILL from there.
By the time you hit 80 years old, your supply of it could be as low as 10% of what it was at your peak!
Those low levels of DHEA have been clinically associated with frailty in older folks… and with an increased risk of death in older guys and gals.
In fact, disabled older women were found to be TWICE as likely to die from cardiovascular causes when their DHEA levels were low.
But there’s good news…
Because research from 2017 found that higher levels of DHEA reduced frailty risk by 43% in guys over 70.
And in a study published just last year, older men with high DHEA levels were LESS likely to fall.
That may be because DHEA has been shown to improve…
- bone mineral density
- muscle mass and strength, and
These aren’t studies that have been conducted in a lab dish… or on animals…
But on REAL people… just like you.
DHEA supplements are available without a prescription, but you should always consult your doc before taking them.
See, DHEA is a precursor to sex hormones… and unfortunately, supplementing with it can spike estrogen in men and testosterone in women.
Women with hormone-sensitive conditions… including breast cancer… should avoid it altogether.
Fortunately, you can also naturally increase your DHEA levels without taking supplements.
Just consume plenty of animal protein from high-quality sources, like grass-fed beef and pasture-raised, organic chicken.
Eating egg yolk, lard, and butter (including clarified butter, a.k.a. ghee) can help nudge your levels in the right direction, too.