Re: [Supertraining] Medical News: Dietary Supplement Tied to Metastatic Prostate Cancer

Friday, 18 January 2008      0 comments

Thank you Dr. Giarnella.

Rex Icard
Albany, Georgia USA


Ralph Giarnella <> wrote:
If DHEA causes a rise in testosterone then the answer
is yes. Over the years I have reviewed numerous
scientific articles concerning DHEA and there is
conflicting evidence whether DHEA actually makes a
difference in testosterone levels at any age.

There has been some evidence that it is beneficial for
women and perhaps the very old men.

Ralph Giarnella MD
Southington Ct USA

--- rex icard <> wrote:

> Dr. Giarnella would DHEA be a similar product? I
> don't take it but I know a lot of people who do take
> Thanks,
> Rex Icard
> Albany, Georgia USA
> Ralph Giarnella <> wrote:
> Bill, thank you for that reference.
> Any one who thinks that hormonal supplementation for
> men in the form of testosterone or its precursors is
> safe and benign should read the article.
> Ralph Giarnella MD
> Southington Ct USA
> --- William Black <> wrote:
> > Folks:
> > Interesting and potentially cautionary item.
> > Best,
> > Bill Black
> > Cumberland Foreside, Maine
> >
> >
> >

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