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The Men’s Strategy Pac consists of three separate but synergistic products which, when taken together, help the body normalize hormonal function within the prostate Male Endocrine System.

Each Men’s Strategy Pac consists of one bottle each of Endocrin For Men, Eternal-In, and Prostatin+. All formulas are Medicinal Nutraceuticals which synergistically help the body naturally heal and regenerate itself.

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What Is the Endocrine (or Hormonal) System?
Not much has been known about the body’s Endocrine System until recently. Its activities were thought mysterious and possibly only of secondary importance. But now we’re realizing just how essential a healthy Endocrine System is, what it actually does, how it's governed and how to ensure its balance and operation with the rest of the body. The Endocrine System is the biochemical system of the body which controls and regulates the function of our entire metabolism through the production and direction of all of our hormones. The Endocrine System and its activities are specifically governed by parts of the brain (namely the neuroendocrine apparatus of the medial basal hypothalamus, the pineal gland and the pituitary gland), but it also involves other areas of the body including the major endocrine hormone-producing glands: Thyroid, Thymus, Parathyroids, Heart, Gastric and Intestinal Mucosa, Adrenals, Pancreas (pancreatic islets), the Testes in men, and even the Heart. Within the Endocrine System there are literally hundreds of types of hormones produced, some of which merely stimulate the release of still larger even more pronounced hormones. Nearly every process in our body is kept in balance by this incredibly complex, but precise, interaction of our hormones and their neural balancing function on all body activities.

Is the Endocrine (or Hormonal) System Involved with Aging?
Yes, it is. The Endocrine System directly controls the process of aging, including how fast or slow we will age and how healthy we will be in the process. Through the directions of the Endocrine System, its hormones actually guide the body in its daily metabolic feats. Hormones manufactured by the Endocrine System directly govern the welfare of our whole body, keeping us young, healthy and happy. Hormones are often the critical “conductors” of our “biochemical orchestra,” making sure that everybody else within the biochemistry of our body's reads from the same “sheet music” and plays their part at the right time with the rest of the band without anyone missing a beat. Hormones can help us delay the aging process, keeping us young and generally free from disease.

man endocrine systemWhat Do Some Of These Hormones Specifically Do?
Hormones like GH (Growth Hormone or Somatotrophin) are critical to all forms of growth, healing, and repair in the body. Hormones like TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) play a critical role in stimulating the thyroid to release its respective hormones, T3 and T4, which directly influence the metabolic rate of all cells of the body, helping us to metabolize food stores (fat and glycogen) efficiently, giving us energy and orchestrating the use of other biological materials throughout the day, as well as keeping us young, active and alert. ACTH (from the Pituitary Gland) stimulates the adrenal cortex to synthesize and secrete some of its hormones, like DHEA (discussed in the next section), Pregnenolone (the “Memory” Hormone), Adrenalin (epinephrine) which increases body metabolism, a small amount of Estrogen (both the ovaries and the adrenals produce Estrogen), and Aldosterone which stimulates the kidneys to retain sodium and water. Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH - from the Pituitary Gland) acts in opposition to Aldosterone to dispel excess water and sodium. Calcitonin (also produced by the thyroid) helps to increase blood calcium levels while promoting the conservation of hard bone matrix, while Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) acts as a direct antagonist; together these two hormones help maintain calcium balance within the blood- stream and keep bones dense and healthy. Normal neuromuscular excitability, blood clotting, cell membrane permeability and the normal functioning of certain enzymes, all depend on the maintenance of normal levels of calcium in the blood. The Thymus, although generally considered to be a lymphatic organ, secretes two families of peptide-hormones, thymosinand thympoietin, which play a critical role in the development of the immune system’s T-cells. And most importantly for men, the steroidal sex hormone, Androstenedione (the precursor to Testosterone), produced in the testes and adrenal cortex, acts more strongly in the production of male characteristics than does Testosterone.
Pancreatic Hormones such as Glucagon, Insulin, Somatostatin and Pancreatic polypeptide all aid in regulating body metabolism, glucose and fat production as well as in the inhibition of Growth Hormone. The Gastric and Intestinal Mucosa produce Gastrin, Secretin, Cholecystokinin-pancreozymin (CCK) and others which control digestion and assimilation of foods. The hormone CCK is most importantly involved with appetite and eating. Upon its secretion, it immediately travels to the Hypothalamus within the brain to “shut down” appetite. When its secretion is delayed or diminished, over-eating is often the result! Researchers are also finding that previously defined “sex-typed” hormones manufactured by the Endocrine System are not only necessary for reproductive possibilities, but serve a myriad of other essential health sustaining functions as well. Testosterone, for example, allows males to keep their hair and not go bald as well as develop muscle mass (even late in life), while Estrogen and Progesterone maintain women’s smooth and supple skin, protect their hair and eyes as well as many other functions within the body, including the maintenance of bone density, thus preventing osteoporosis. Again, when the Endocrine System is not functioning properly, or has been interfered with by chemical look-a-likes such as the estrogen-like hormones coming from canned foods (see next page), our health suffers dramatically, and we age much, much more quickly!

Can Hormones Really Affect Our Overall Health?
Yes, most certainly! Now, more than ever, it’s time to seriously take care of and nutritionally rebalance our Endocrine System. Hormonal balance is now being seen as critically essential to the maintenance of good health and a strong Immune System. Indeed, Endocrine System functioning and our health are intimately related... you can’t speak about the Immune System without referencing the essential organic hormonal steroids of the Endocrine system. In fact, researchers recently are discovering that a number of hormones from within the Endocrine System play a significant role with “T-cell markers” within the Immune System, such as some of the ones previously mentioned, and most notably DHEA.

What is DHEA?
DHEA (or dehydroepiandrosterone) is commonly called the “mother” hormone, since from it a number of other hormones may be manufactured upon demand, such as estrogen, testosterone, progesterone and corticosterone to name just a few. Because of DHEA’s biochemical flexibility, it has become the subject of much recent study, especially for its almost unbelievable but wonderful potential to actually slow the aging process. Some are even calling it the “fountain of youth” anti-aging elixir we’ve all been looking for. More and more research is being published about DHEA production and the body’s need for it. For example, recent studies have demonstrated that DHEA levels in our blood generally peak around 20 years of age. As we grow older, DHEA levels decrease in both men and women to only about 5% of our peak levels by the time we’re 80. Understandably, researchers have seen a strong inverse correlation between DHEA levels and disease. It appears that the higher the level of DHEA in the blood, the less an organism may suffer from disease. Further, published studies have demonstrated that appropriate supplementation of DHEA could possibly be a factor in decreasing the risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, even senility, Alzheimer’s disease and premature death.

Is it Safe and Wise to Supplement with DHEA?
Yes it is! DHEA may play other important roles within the body, such as in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome, aging, osteoporosis and bone health, as well as many of the autoimmune disorders including arthritis, systemic lupus, and Crohn’s disease. In lab tests, DHEA reduced the fat stores of rats by converting fat calories to heat rather than storing them as fat, while at the same time helping the body to produce lean muscle tissue. (Not too surprisingly, naturally-occurring DHEA and its precursors can also be found in VÄXA’s Cell-U-Lite and Ultra CitriSlim!) More and more scientific support is emerging which calls for early supplementation of DHEA and its nutritional precursors (such as the “Memory” Hormone

Can Environmental Factors and Pollutants Disturb Hormonal Imbalance?
Yes they can! It’s recently become widely known that the chemical pollution of excess man-made Estrogens are very real and proliferate in our environment (as independently documented on CBS, the Discovery Channel, and other news programs). These chemical pollutants offer a very real threat to our body’s Endocrine (hormonal) System which affects various bodily functions, including sexuality. A case in point, our health and welfare are being threatened from something that nobody ever thought dangerous: the common tin can! The modern process of canning foods in tin cans lined with a thin layer of plastic is not as innocuous as has been first believed. Ironically, although today’s canned goods are keeping foods from spoiling, they’re “spoiling” us instead. As reported, it seems that all canned goods are inadvertently supplying us with unwanted estrogen-like hormones, apparently coming from a newly discovered reaction between the tin and the plastic liner over time. This unwanted cumulative chemical addition is believed to have dire consequences within our bodies, adding a synthetic steroidal hormone which directly interferes with the normal function of the critically important Endocrine System in both males and females.

Can Our Lifestyle (diet,exercise habits, etc.) Cause HormonaI Imbalance As Well?
Yes again! Not only do these chemical pollutants interfere with our body’s hormonal balance, but bad or inadequate diet, poor nutritional habits, erratic eating patterns, lack of exercise, mounting periods of ill health, and the nutritional wearing-down which often occurs when growing older, all combine to dull our health and further compromise the Endocrine System. Although not often understood, the body’s Endocrine System intricately impresses itself upon the cellular nature of our complexion, our psychology and mood, our muscle tone (including appropriate gender-specific muscle growth and formation), the clearness of our eyes, the health and shine of our hair, even our body’s ability to heal itself. In fact, much of that which allows us to be happy and “balanced” in life we really owe to the wonder of our body’s Endocrine System and its ability to maintain a precise, yet flexible balance over time.

Hypothalamic Potentiation of Some of the Major Pituitary Hormones and the Organs They Affect in the Endocrine System.

How Does the Men’s Strategy Pac Work?
The Men’s Strategy Pac consists of three unique formulations, (1) Endocrin For Men, (2) Eternal-In, and (3) Prostatin+, respectively, in each Pac. It works to normalize Endocrine function through Homeopathic stimulation of the body, and through the replenishment of critical nutritional elements and hormones which serve as precursors and cofactors to the biochemical processes of healthy, balanced hormonal production, while helping the body protect against premature aging and associated dysfunction.

How Does Endocrin for Men Work?
Endocrin for Men is a Homeopathic Nutraceutical expressly engineered for men, serving as an all-natural strategy to safely rebalance the male hormonal system. Homeopathic Medicines contained herein address a number of recurrent or continuing problems including lack of sexual desire, functional impotence, failure of erections, weak erections, failure to ejaculate, premature ejaculation, diminution of genitalia, sexual melancholia and sexual neurosis. Endocrin for Men contains DHEA derived from nature (Barbasco Yam Tubor extract: Dioscurea Macho Stachya) and safe buffered amounts of pure pharmaceutical grade DHEA (the “Mother” Hormone), Pregnenolone (the “Memory” Hormone), and Androstenedione (the precursor to the male hormone Testosterone, which will increase both natural Testosterone and Androstenedione levels in the blood: Androstenedione yields more “male characteristics” than does Testosterone). Endocrin for Men also contains pharmaceutical grade free-form amino acids, the necessary vitamins and cofactors which help potentiate this formula, and the correct balance of Homeopathic Medicines and specific phytomedicinal ingredients from rare and exotic Chinese and South American Herbs, such as Radix Morindae, Multiflori Polygoni, Rehmanniae Glutinosa, Lycium Chinense, and Yohimbe, Catuaba and Quibracho bark extracts containing potent alkaloids, plus other cofactors believed to be required by the Male body in order to allow healthy physiological hormonal/sexual function and proper balance of biochemical and nutritional necessities.

How Does Eternal-In Work?
This Homeopathic Nutraceutical formula works in concert with the body, complementing and supplying the necessary anti-aging nutritive requirements that the skin uses to repair itself, allowing it to maintain its elasticity and safeguarding against premature aging of the skin. Specifically, Homeopathic Medicines within Eternal-In aid in the reduction of emaciated shrivelled skin, premature wrinkling, folds in the skin, skin ulcers, cutaneous eruptions, some pre-cancerous states of the skin, senile prutitis (itching skin due to sensitized nerve endings), necrosis, hair loss in men or baldness, lymphatic inflammations which generally “backup” into the skin creating acne-like problems, and regulation of optimal blood formation within the dermis, epidermis and elsewhere. Eternal-In also supplies Pycnogenol®, a powerful antioxidant well documented to help regenerate and sustain fine capillary function, acting against the development of unsightly spider veins within the skin. L-Cysteine and L-Cystine aids in restoring the natural color to hair. Eternal-In also supplies DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol, a very efficient antioxidant and free radical deactivator) which reverses the formation of lipofuscin, a toxic pigment which clogs the brain and nerve cells as we age, while also becoming deposited within the epidermis as unsightly age/liver spots. But most importantly, DMAE has considerable life extending properties even when started late in life, shown to have extended the life of mice 36.6% who had already past their mean expected lifespan. DMAE is now added to the whole blood stored for transfusion purposes so as to double its storage life, preventing the clumping and sludging of red blood cells. DMAE can also enter the brain easily, and being converted to acetylcholine, increases mental alertness and mood, as well as learning and memory abilities. Eternal-In also includes Ginkgo Biloba, L-Glutathione, ActiVin+®, OptiZinc® and the Homeopathic Medicine Sarsaparilla, as well as the necessary free-form amino acid precursors to maintain our youth and health, and all which aid the body in usefully eradicating “free radicals,” thought to be a major factor of wrinkling and aging.

How Does Prostatin+ Work?
Prostatin+ is a Homeopathic Nutraceutical especially for men over 35 years of age. This formula provides essential medication and nutrition for the prostate gland, and especially for those suffering from mild to moderate Benign Prostatic Hyplasia (BPH), providing relief for general prostatic hypertrophy where dysfunction may lead to inappropriate enlargements and swellings of the prostate which often prove painful and incapacitating regarding the abilities to pass urine, frequent micturation at night, as well as to perform normally, regarding sexual function. With the proper specific Homeopathic and nutritional regime, the body often has the ability to heal itself, even with problems of this type and magnitude. Homeopathics used in Prostatin+ have been well documented regarding their efficacy of BPH symptomatology and relief. Also, scientific research on Saw Palmetto in Prostatin+ can be used as a primary treatment for both short-term and long-term treatment of BPH, with little or no side effects (no reduction of libido) as compared to synthetic pharmaceuticals. Saw Palmetto’s mechanism of action appears to be due in part to its activity on the steroidal-enzyme named 5-a-reductase, and the anti-edematous actions of the free fatty acids in the Saw Palmetto berry. Clinical studies have shown that when 5-a-reductase is inhibited, the hormone testosterone will not be converted within the prostate to dehydrotestosterone, and the prostate generally atrophies (shrinks glandular hyperplasia), subsequently deobstructing the urethra for easier urinary flow, and thereafter preventing the development of incontinence because of exhaustive bladder failure. Finally, in a conservative study that used lower dosages of Saw Palmetto and Nettle than can be found in Prostatin+, over a 12-week period patients reported a 25.8% increase in maximum urinary flow, a 29.0% increase in mean urinary flow, a 44.7% reduction in residual urine, a 50.4% reduction in nocturia, a 62.5% reduction in dysuria and a 53.6% reduction in post-void dribbling. Interestingly, most popular conventional pharmaceuticals used for BPH, whether for inhibiting hormones or a-adrenergic blockers (smooth muscle relaxers), often demonstrate little change within the first six months of therapy. Moreover, Saw Palmetto is also a research candidate as a potential deterrent to prostate cancer. And Taxus Brevifolia (the Pacific Yew Tree), yet another ingredient in Prostatin+, contains “taxol” which has demonstrated high cytotoxic effect on prostatic cancer cells, or in other words, has been found to be phytomedicinally active against prostate cancer. (Interestingly the hydrolyzation of testosterone to dehydrotestosterone is thought to be the culprit behind male baldness; the “perverted” molecule resting at the root of hair follicles which signals them to “go to sleep or hibernate.” By stopping the hydrolyzation of testosterone, it may be possible to reverse certain forms of male baldness.)

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Barrett-Conner, Elizabeth and Sharon L. Edelstein, "A Prospective Study of Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate and Cognitive Function in an Older Population: The Rancho Bernardo Study," American Geriatrics Society, Vol. 42, No. 4, April 1994, pp. 420-423.

Beer, Nusen A., Daniela J. Jakubowicz, Rivka M. Beer, Ildefonso R. Arocha, and John E. Nestler, "Effects of Nitrendipine on Glucose Tolerance and Serum Insulin and Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate Levels in Insulin-Resistant Obese and Hypertensive Men," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, Vol. 76, No. 1, 1993, pp. 178-183.

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De Pergola, G., V. A. Giagulli, G. Garruti, M. R. Cospite, F. Giorgino, M. Cignarelli, and R. Giorgino, "Low Dehydroepiandrosterone Circulating Levels in Premenopausal Obese Women with Very High Body Mass Index," Metabolism, Vol. 40, No. 2, February 1991, pp. 187-190.

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Greger, R., and U. Windhorst (Editors), Comprehensive Human Physiology, Volume 1 & 2, Springer Publishing, New York and Heidleberg, 1996.

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Haffner, Steven M., Paula Karhapaa, Leena Mykkanen and Markku Laakso, "Insulin Resistance, Body Fat Distribution, and Sex Hormones in Men," Diabetes, Vol. 43, February 1994, pp. 212-219.

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LaCroix, Andrea Z., PhD; Katsuhiko Yano, MD; and Dwayne M. Reed, MD, PhD., "Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate, Incidence of Myocardial Infarction, and Extent of Atherosclerosis in Men," Circulation, Vol. 86, No. 5, November 1992, pp. 1529-1535.

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Tasca, A., M. Barulli, A. Cavazzana, et al., “Treatment of obstructive symptomatology caused by prostatic adenoma with an extract of Serenoa repens (Saw palmetto). Double-blind clinical study vs. placebo,” Minerva Urol. Nefrol., 37, 87-91, 1985.

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