DHEA – dehydroepiandrosterone.

The compound dehydroepiandrosterone - DHEA is often called the “mother of hormones,” this chemical is required by the body as a chemical precursor for the biosynthesis of all types of human hormones, that includes the female hormone estrogen and the male hormone testosterone, for example. The endocrine organs known as the adrenal glands that are … Continue reading DHEA – dehydroepiandrosterone.

HOW PLANTS ACQUIRE THIER ENERGY

Plants must get food into their systems in order to acquire energy and continue living, similar to animals. Plants create energy for animals to use, so they must replenish their nutrients. And plants breathe, in a way. They take in the carbon dioxide that all the animals give off, and they give off oxygen for … Continue reading HOW PLANTS ACQUIRE THIER ENERGY