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FAQ’s related to starting DHEA supplementation

FAQ’s related to starting DHEA supplementation Q: Do I need to have my DHEA level tested before starting to supplement? A: First of all, the information you want is your serum DHEA sulfate, abbreviated DHEAS. This is the stable storage form of DHEA. Free DHEA is also testable, but is mainly used in endocrine research. […]

Healthy Skeptics News you can use April 9, 2021

Healthy Skeptics News you can use  April 9, 2021 Natalie Kather, M.D & Stephen Cherniske A large scale review of more than 93,000 specimens at the University of Chicago measured CBD effectiveness in preventing COVID complications. CBD’s ability to calm an over-reaction by the immune system holds the key to stopping the “cytokine storm.” This adds more evidence to […]

UPDATE for March 21, 2021

Healthy Skeptics UPDATE for March 21, 2021 Natalie Kather, M.D & Stephen Cherniske Background. We have stated that ending the COVID pandemic does not depend on vaccinating 70% of the world population; that the COVID vaccines are best intended for the vulnerable, including the elderly and those with health issues including: Lung or heart disease (including […]

COVID Update for March 9th, 2021

COVID Updates for 3/9/2021 COVID Update March 9th, 2021 You’ve no doubt read or heard about the FDA’s announcement this morning entitled: Why You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19You don’t have to read the whole report. The following direct quote says it all:“The FDA has not reviewed data to support use […]

Important COVID Update from Stephen & Dr. Natalie

COVID Updates for 02-16-21 We are all learning, and by “we,” I mean thinking people.  Lots of intelligent questions from the February newsletter, as well as some important new research.  Here are the most common issues. There are now 3 new mutated strains of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Some research suggests that the Moderna and Pfizer […]

DHEA for Men | DHEA for Women – Infographic

Why DHEA First? DHEA is the most comprehensive repair signal in the entire body and brain DHEA is made primarily in the adrenals and the brain DHEA is the most abundant circulating hormone, initiating or contributing to more than 150 repair functions. DHEA production peaks during the “prime” of life (age 18 to 30) then starts […]

Intermittent Fasting Part 3

Intermittent Fasting (IF) Part III © 2020 Stephen Cherniske, M.Sc. The KickStart Strategy Here is an IF approach that works for just about everyone Enjoy a high-quality dinner, but avoid dessert and eat nothing after 7:00 PM. If you experience a gnawing hunger that might interfere with sleep, have protein; some leftover fish from dinner, […]

Intermittent Fasting Part 2

Intermittent Fasting (IF) part II © 2020 Stephen Cherniske, M.Sc. Glycogen and Fat. Since life, until very recently, was fraught with short and sometimes lengthy periods of famine, humans evolved the ability to store energy. For short famines (one to 2 days) glycogen stores in the liver and muscles work just fine. For longer periods, […]

Intermittent Fasting Part 1 – IF

The Do’s, Don’ts and Whys of Intermittent Fasting (IF) “Our ancient ancestors, whose bodies we inherited, ate and weighed a good deal less in relation to their size than we do. Over hundreds of thousands of years their desire for food was checked by its scarcity and the effort it took to collect it daily […]

Lots of questions about the Flu Vaccine

The Healthy Skeptics blog for December 31, 2019 Lots of questions about the Flu Vaccine Reply from Stephen Cherniske I am strongly in favor of vaccines for diseases that are often fatal. I invite anyone who doubts the importance of these vaccines to go live in central Africa, Indonesia, New Guinea, rural China, India or […]

News You Can Use December 2019

Cancer research in the last decade (the 20-teens) revealed a number of important factors that might be mitigated by nutritional intervention.  Statistically, we know that few people die from their original tumor. Since most cancer deaths occur from metastases, it makes sense to study that process, and intervene as soon as possible.  This is not […]