• DHEA cream – Don’t be SAD
  • So winter is here. The days get shorter and colder. It’s normal to start feeling down.  People begin to stay indoors more to stay warm and avoid the bad weather. It’s like bears and other mammals that slow down during the winter months. But instead, humans add on the stress of the holidays. shopping for […]

  • What are the side effects of taking DHEA?
  • There are no dangerous side effects from using a DHEA, DeHydroEpiAndrosterone, supplement. DHEA is the most abundant naturally occurring pro-hormone in humans.  DHEA is not a foreign substance.  DHEA only occurs in humans. DHEA is not addictive or habit forming and can be discontinued at any time with no adverse side effects. DHEA should be used […]

  • What is DHEA and why use a DHEA cream?
  • DHEA stands for dehydroepiandrosterone. DHEA is the most abundant hormone precursor or pro-hormone. DHEA is produced only in humans. Humans produce DHEA in the adrenal glands, ovaries or testicles, and metabolize it in the skin or dermis, the largest organ of the body. DHEA levels over human lifespan Humans produce DHEA from birth through childhood […]

  • How to use DHEA – Twist 25 DHEA Cream
  • The DHEA Cream Innovation Twist 25 is a skin cream that provides topical DHEA and is the result of 30 years of development by John R. Woodward, M.D., and his son, Hugh R. Woodward, President of Health2Go, Inc. Trained at Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Medical Center, Dr. Woodward had a […]

  • DHEA – A DHEA Cream Rather Than A Pill
  • Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) was first identified by Dr. Adolf Butenandt, a German biochemist, in 1931. Dr. Butenandt was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1939.[1] DHEA is primarily produced in the adrenal glands, gonads and skin. DHEA is a naturally occurring pro-hormone or hormone precursor. In 1944, the sulfated form of DHEA was isolated (DHEA-S). […]