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DHEA Breakthrough epub ebook

by Stephen Cherniske

DHEA Breakthrough epub ebook

Author: Stephen Cherniske
Category: Diets & Weight Loss
Language: English
Publisher: Ballantine Books; 1 edition (September 24, 1996)
Pages: 309 pages
ISBN: 0345411404
ISBN13: 978-0345411402
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 459
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In "The DHEA Breakthrough," Stephen Cherniske explains why you will age slower and thrive well into old age is you take DHEA. He takes a look at studies on animals and humans and comes up with some very positive results.

In "The DHEA Breakthrough," Stephen Cherniske explains why you will age slower and thrive well into old age is you take DHEA. One of the most important findings was that DHEA inhibits an enzyme required for cancer growth.

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Touted as the fountain of youth in pill form, DHEA, or ne, is a hormone naturally produced by the body

The superhormone revolution has begun and DHEA is the newest substance making headlines as a powerful ally in the fight against aging. But even as huge supplies of DHEA flood health food stores and Americans embrace this superhormone as casually as vitamin supplements, what is the truth about DHEA?

In The DHEA Breakthrough, he gives you all the information you need to take advantage of and maximize the extraordinary properties of this superhormone-safely and effectively. DHEA is the body's own watchdog hormone, produced by the adrenal glands and then metabolized to a number of other hormones, most notably testosterone and estrogen, the sex hormones.

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In The DHEA Breakthrough, biochemist Stephen Cherniske gives you all the information you need to take advantage of and maximize the extraordinary properties of this superhormone-safely and effectively.

Stephen Cherniske has written another book about DHEA: The DHEA Breakthrough). The 'energy' you receive from caffeine is really just a loan from your adrenals and liver, and the interest is extremely high.

Posted by Stephen Cherniske. 18 Views 6. You can download my e-book, The Case for DHEA at TheHealthySkeptics. Stephen Cherniske is with Larisa Fettig Pavlick. The brain makes DHEA for protection, maintenance and the activation of neuronal stem cells. 6.

The superhormone revolution has begun and DHEA is the newest substance making headlines as a powerful ally in the fight against aging. But even as huge supplies of DHEA flood health food stores and Americans embrace this superhormone as casually as vitamin supplements, what is the truth about DHEA? Who are the best candidates for DHEA therapy? And how can you harness the incredible anti-aging powers of DHEA to live a longer, healthier life?Biochemist Stephen Cherniske has been at the center of the worldwide explosion in research on this wonder substance for more than a decade, and he, like many other doctors and researchers, has been taking it himself. In The DHEA Breakthrough, he gives you all the information you need to take advantage of and maximize the extraordinary properties of this superhormone--safely and effectively.DHEA is the body's own watchdog hormone, produced by the adrenal glands and then metabolized to a number of other hormones, most notably testosterone and estrogen, the sex hormones. Cherniske explains the startling fact that led to the discoveries about DHEA: its production peaks at age twenty-five, then starts to decrease dramatically. In fact, by the age of eighty, blood levels of DHEA have dropped 95 percent from their prime peak. By supplementing DHEA and maintaining it at optimal levels, you can short-circuit your aging clock so that your cells believe that you are still in your twenties.Now there is a way to rebuild and maintain optimal levels of DHEA, and the benefits can be enormous. DHEA has been shown to prevent the atherosclerosis that can lead to heart attacks and strokes; to build muscle mass while reducing body fat for a more fit physique; to regulate hyperinsulinism; to combat fatigue, to increase sex drive, to bolster the immune system, and to provide an overall feeling of well-being. After all, if you felt and looked decades younger than your chronological age, wouldn't life be great? But studies show that just taking a dose of DHEA every day does not produce the fantastic burst of energy, vitality, and youthfulness that comes from a comprehensive stress management, exercise, and nutrition program. The DHEA Breakthrough contains the DHEA Plan to make the most of DHEA supplements. The plan includes a diet designed for our "Paleolithic" bodies, bioenergetic nutritional supplements, stress reduction techniques, and an exercise program that takes advantage of DHEA's role in easing you into the next level of performance--whether you're sedentary, a regular exerciser, or anywhere in between.Cutting edge research, case histories of people who have used DHEA, a balanced daily program, and the latest information on the safest supplies of DHEA. It's all here in The DHEA Breakthrough, your first step toward a healthier, more energetic, more exciting life--at any age--than you ever dreamed possible.
Reviews (7)
Iriar
I am a little concerned about some of the negative comments made about DHEA on this page. The reality is that DHEA is a powerful hormone that shouldn't be treated like a vitamin off a supermarket shelf. Used correctly, it can literately add years to peoples live and reduce the risk of most major diseases of aging. The Dhea Breakthrough by Stephen A. Cherniske represents a positive interpretation of the literature on DHEA. But with all things, readers beware - as drug effectiveness is calculated on averages not on individual cases. There will always be individual response variation to all drugs, hormones and supplements. What does individual variation mean for the DHEA user, if we look closely at Cherniske's book there is a simple set of guidelines for use to avoid the problems by the poor fellow here who wrote a response to this book saying that he grew breasts, a rare reaction by males that are overly estrogenic to begin with, this is a dangerous hormonal state for a male to be in and he should start a protocol to reduce aromatisation of testosterone into estragon, this will also stop the over conversion of DHEA to estrogen. Of course, my review is influenced by my own views on DHEA use, so please be aware of this issue. 1. Use blood test monitoring to insure you are not over or under supplementing DHEA, this is important, never supplement above the top one third of the range for your age. Likewise, under supplementation might be insufficient to gain any benefit and therefore is a waste of money. 2., make sure you have a full blood hormone panel, including estrogen, total testosterone and free testosterone to ensure you are not over converting to estrogens dominance, a conditions with all sorts of health problems for males. If you are, don't panic, as there are a few good natural supplements and pharmaceuticals that are great for stopping this reaction. In fact all males tend toward estrogenic dominance as they age and reducing this can lean us down and tone us up improving cardiovascular profiles. It is a fact that lots of middle aged guys make more estrogens that women of the same age. 3., do not take DHEA if you have severe side effects or if you have any hormonally related cancer, more current research is suggesting there might be a role for DHEA in some cases here, but should only be considered with specialist oncology MD advice and supervision. 4., lastly and most importantly, DHEA is more likely to converted to estrogen if we are overweight, fat cells make estrogen, and we sit around all day eating junk food. For best results with DHEA, get active, try a higher protein - moderate carb approach, get some regular cardio exercise and start lifting some weights, use a trainer if you are very out of condition, after a fitness assessment by a MD. Exercise has an independent positive effect on testosterone and weight loss reduces estrogen conversion and total levels in the male body. Combining exercise, diet, lifestyle with appropriate DHEA use is the great approach that maximise benefits and reduces potential problems.

Mavegelv
This is in response to the 'a reader' below who seems to suffice on half-efforted research. I have met Mr. Cherniske and found the following information from my own meager research.

In a free society, people are entitled to express their opinion. Stephen Barrett uses websites to express his opinions regarding a number of topics, including network marketing, alternative and complimentary medicine, nutritional supplements and those who promote nutritional supplements. He presents his views in an authoritative manner, leading some to confuse these opinions with actual fact. In reality, what Dr. Barrett chooses to include in his "profiles" is extremely limited and loaded with innuendo. What's the issue? Stephen Cherniske attended Columbia Pacific University from 1979 to 1982. The school, as Dr. Barrett admits, was accredited at that time, and then degree requirements were quite stringent. The court order referenced by Dr. Barrett only affects students who attended after June of 1997. Still, he includes Mr. Cherniske in a list of recent graduates from Columbia Pacific University, hoping to disparage by association what he cannot say in print.

Of course, the fact that one's Masters Degree is not from Harvard should mean very little in a review of someone's career. Mr. Cherniske has letters of commendation from the head of the UCLA program where he was an instructor, as well as letters from Chapman University where he taught extension classes for nine years. Mr. Cherniske has certificates for 171 hours of state approved Continuing Medical Education that he has completed since 1980 as well as course materials from the CME courses that he has taught.

I would also point out that his selection for a faculty position with the American College of Sports Medicine was not based on where he went to school, but rather his expertise in the field of nutrition and human performance. Likewise, the medical reviewers at Random House and Warner Books gave Cherniske high marks for accuracy and scientific insight. Since 1980, he has presented more than 6,000 hours of lectures to professional and lay audiences. Lectures that were subsequently published in scientific proceedings are listed in his CV, which he makes available to anyone who asks.

Still, skeptic choose to ignore these accomplishments and focus instead on membership in the National Academy of Research Biochemists, an organization that Cherniske joined in 1975 and subsequently left.

A relevant question is, why should one believe Stephen Barrett, a retired psychiatrist and consumer "watch dog," who condemns anything he does not personally believe in, including chiropractic care, which he calls "organized crime." Dr. Edward Maurer, chairman of the board of the American Chiropractic Association, disagrees. He calls Dr. Barrett "... a self-appointed vigilante committee of one."

Barrett also believes that taking vitamins is useless ("If you are eating food," he says, "you are going to get vitamins.") and maintains that position even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Dr. Barrett wrote the forward for a colleague's book (which he sells on his web site) in which vitamin E is called "Snake-Oil for the Heart." Seeing as vitamin E has been found - in Harvard studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine (1, 2) - to remarkably reduce risk for heart disease should give one pause before believing everything Dr. Barrett says.

Barrett also criticizes the Anabolic / Catabolic Index, essentially arguing that the ACI does not measure overall healthfulness and therefore has no value. In fact, Cherniske never claimed that the ACI measured overall healthfulness, although this point was included in an agreement between the FTC and myself. Apparently, Dr. Barrett feels that reading one FTC action letter is sufficient to pass judgement on a test that has received accolades from clinicians and scientists around the world.

Barrett ignores the research paper on the ACI test published in the Journal of Chromatography, a highly respected peer-reviewed laboratory science publication. (3) He must also be unaware that the test was selected for inclusion in Science Direct, the world's largest biomedical database and was selected and quoted by the prestigious scientific bibliography "Current Awareness in Biomedicine."(4)

He also missed the fact that the ACI test has received a U.S. Patent as a biomarker of aging (5), and was presented at the 2002 International Conference on Biomedical Spectroscopy in Cardiff, UK.(6) The second peer-reviewed paper validating the ACI test as an aging biomarker appeared in the international journal Spectroscopy.(7)

Bottom line, Mr. Cherniske and his readers are extremely proud of his academic and professional accomplishments over the last 30 years. His CV has always been accurate and available to anyone with a genuine interest in evaluating the true science.

1. Stampfer MJ, Hennekens CH, Manson JE, Colditz GA, Rosner B, Willett WC. Vitamin E and the risk of coronary disease in women. N Engl J Med 1993; 328:1444-9.

2. Rimm EB, Stampfer MJ, Ascherio A, Giovannucci E, Colditz GA, Willett WC. Vitamin E consumption and the risk of coronary heart disease in men. N Engl J Med 1993; 328:1450-6.

3. Jia Q, Hong MF, Pan ZX, Orndorff S. Quantification of Urine 17-ketosteroid sulfates and glucuronides by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography - Ion Trap Mass Spectroscopy. Journal of Chromatography B. Jan 2001, Vol 750, (1) 81-91.

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The ACI paper was quoted in " High Performance Liquid Chromatography" with reference # 1010706961.

5. Cherniske, S, Jia, Q., Hong, M-F. Measurement and Quantification of 17 ketosteroid-Sulfates as a Biomarker of Biological Age.

US patent, US 6,326,209 B1, Dec. 4, 2001

6. Jia, Q., Hong, M., Ritter, C., Vance, S., Cortes-Guzman, M., Cherniske, S.

Quantification of Urine 17-Ketosteroid Sulfates and Glucuronides by LC/MS and Using the Normalized Total 17-KS-S as a Bio-Marker of Aging. Proceedings, First International Conference on Biomedical Spectroscopy in Cardiff, UK (7-10 July 2002).

7. Qi Jia, Mei-Feng Hong, Zhao-Xing Pan, Cheryl Ritter, Susan Vance, Mariam Cortes-Guzman and Stephen Cherniske. Quantification of urine 17-ketosteroid sulfates and their age correlations. Spectroscopy. 2002; 16:171-81.

Delirium
This book has good info on DHEA. After reading the reviews, I'm surprised at the high doses people use. I believe the author recommends to start with lower doses, then build up, as do most other recommendations that I have heard. I'm surprised that people take a high dose, get side effects, that are mentioned in this book, but then don't back down their dose.

I just started with DHEA. Started with 5 mg first two days and didn't notice any effects. Then upped it to 10 for a few days. Now I'm trying 15 and noticing more energy. I will just keep my dose here for a while and see what happens. If I get bad side effects, then I go down 5 mg.

Hormones are very powerful, and high doses of them probably are not good for you. One must be responsible and see how the particular pill effects.

Though most information was valuable, I do not agree with his point of view on woman and diets. At one point, he says that older woman going through menapause just need to lose weight. He does not discuss the difficulties woman have at this age, particularly due to hormone imbalance. He also does not seem to connect low carb dieting to these difficulties. I think this book was written more for men and does not have a balanced point of view for woman. I found Dana Carpenders "How I stopped low fat dieting and lost 40 lbs" to be a great book by a woman, for woman.

Alsanadar
After reading "The DHEA Breakthrough" by Stephen Cherniske, I bought some DHEA and since my age is 57, I now take 50 mg daily and have been for about 10 months. I can't respond to all of the claims Mr. Cherniske makes, but as to improved energy, strength and increased vitality, the results are there---in spades!

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