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Hello, my name is. Thomas Greenwell.

I live in Melbourne, Florida and am very interested and active in the areas of men's health, anti-aging, and overall quality of life challenges. Currently I am working in the areas of pharmacueticals and phytochemistry.

I have previously worked in various areas of technology and cancer research. It is my philosophy that there are six billion people on this little planet and if I can better the quality of life for even one person, my work will not have been in vain.

Too often we beg for a miracle in our life when we should concentrate on being a miracle in someone's life.

I would like to thank a very special and cherished lady named Melissa who encouraged and inspired me to enter the blogosphere.

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  • Phlebodium Aureum: The Tree of Life?
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    Phlebodium Aureum: The Tree of Life?

    5 years ago

    Phlebodium Aureum shows promise in Alzheimers, Crohn's Lupus, Parkinsons, cancer and aging.It repairs DNA and regenerates elastin and brain cells.

  • Crohn's, the New Leprosy?
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    Crohn's, the New Leprosy?

    5 years ago

    Up until now my articles have been based around what happens in a flare up of the disease and how to treat it. I have not ignored what seems to be the actual cause of the disease: Mycobacterium Avium Paratuberculosis (MAP). In a recent paper by...

  • Simply Crohn's Disease?
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    Simply Crohn's Disease?

    5 years ago

    A simplified explanation of what happens to Crohn's patients. Explanations are in plain English for easy understanding.

  • New Hope for Crohn's Patients
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    New Hope for Crohn's Patients

    5 years ago

    Crohn's Disease is an intestinal autoimmune disease which is gaining in frequency of diagnosis. Patients needn't suffer, as nature has provided us with a way to alleviate the suffering.

  • Reverse Your Baldness
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    Reverse Your Baldness

    6 years ago

    Male pattern baldness... Male pattern baldness, A receding hairline, a bald spot on the crown of the head, however it manifests itself male pattern baldness has been accepted as a sign of aging in men even though it can happen to a man of any age....

  • An Apology to Readers
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    An Apology to Readers

    5 years ago

    Over the course of the last three months I have been posting articles about andropause and anti-aging without giving the readers an idea of the results that they can expect; for this I must extend my deepest and most humble heartfelt apology. I have...

  • Can Antioxidants Reverse Aging?
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    Can Antioxidants Reverse Aging?

    6 years ago

    The media is filled with the term 'antioxidant' as if this were a miracle cure for aging. Unfortunately, this is not the case. In fact, there is nothing special about antioxidants; we ingest them on a regular basis. Tomatoes, grapes, citrus...

  • Your environment is aging you
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    Your environment is aging you

    6 years ago

    Your Environment Is Aging You A number of the conditions associated with aging can actually be considered the effect of long term exposure to toxins. From our drinking water to pesticides and even the food that we eat our bodies are under constant...

  • How to reverse aging in the skin
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    How to reverse aging in the skin

    6 years ago

    Looking younger is not as hard as it would seem. Every year, billions of dollars are spent for cosmetic treatments to hide lines and wrinkles or worse to surgically get rid of them. The bags under the eyes often times are treated under the knife or...

  • Anti- aging: Week 4
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    Anti- aging: Week 4

    5 years ago

    NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here. So, 21 days into the program. You should be feeling pretty good. What we are doing is...

  • Going Beyond
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    Going Beyond

    6 years ago

    NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here. You now have established your regimen. You will notice that the staggered starting...

  • Anti- aging: Week 5
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    Anti- aging: Week 5

    5 years ago

    NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here. Four weeks down the trail! By now you should feel and act like a younger version of...

  • Anti- aging: Week 3
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    Anti- aging: Week 3

    5 years ago

    NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here. So, you've completed two full weeks of anti-aging and by now you should see an...

  • Anti- aging: Week 2
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    Anti- aging: Week 2

    5 years ago

    NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here. By now you should have completed your first week of melatonin suppliment. You may...

  • Anti- aging: Week 1
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    Anti- aging: Week 1

    5 years ago

    NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here. Melatonin was considered the wonder hormone and touted as the age reversing miracle in...

  • How to Reverse Aging
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    How to Reverse Aging

    6 years ago

    I am assuming that you have read my other articles on aging and the hormones required to reverse its effects. Though they are not required to follow this guide, they will assist you in understanding the positive changes that will occur in your body...

  • Pharmaceuticals and the Whoring of Your Health.
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    Pharmaceuticals and the Whoring of Your Health.

    6 years ago

    I admit it, I was a biggot. Not against a race, religion, or sexual preference; I was a biggot against herbal and nutraceutical products. It wasn't until I realized that drug companies were born out of the phytochemical industry. Aspirin, the...

  • Aging and Sex Hormones
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    Aging and Sex Hormones

    6 years ago

    First of all, please allow me to clarify something. The use of the word 'SEX' does not refer to the act of sex; it refers to the gender attributes that the hormones bring about in a living organism. In my personal opinion we should refer to them as...

  • Aging and Pregnenolone
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    Aging and Pregnenolone

    6 years ago

    Pregnenolone (humorously sounding like "pregnant alone") is a prohormone that is a precursor to estrogen and testosterone and is a crucial part of the anti-aging process. As with other beneficial hormones, it declines with age. This "mother...

  • The Life and Times of Testosterone
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    The Life and Times of Testosterone

    6 years ago

    Do you remember when you were nineteen years old and the world was your oyster? Do you remember how firm and toned your body was? You were quite the ladie's man and the world knew it, especially the ladies (at least in your mind). Your sex drive...

  • Aging and HGH
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    Aging and HGH

    6 years ago

    Human Growth Hormone, HGH, GH, whatever you choose to call it is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland which declines with age. HGH is usually secreted in the greatest quantities just after you begin a sleep cycle as well as during an intense...

  • Aging and Melatonin
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    Aging and Melatonin

    6 years ago

    Melatonin is probably best known as a sleep aid and is often used to counteract jet lag or shift changes for people with changing work schedules. Most people believe that this hormone causes you to sleep, which is an incorrect assumption. ...

  • Aging and DHEA
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    Aging and DHEA

    6 years ago

    While the name may look like that of some covert government agency, it is really just an abbreviation for DiHydroEpiAndrosterone. This crucial steriodal hormone is produced from pregnenolone by the adrenal glands, brain and gonads and is useful in...

  • Is aging simply a disease with a cure?
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    Is aging simply a disease with a cure?

    6 years ago

    We get old, we wrinkle, some get fat, some get thin, our bodies change their distribution of fat vs. lean material. Problems such as osteoporosis, thinning skin, and reduced immune function develop. Just routine aging, the normal long deterioration...

  • A Letter to the Wife of an Andropausal Male
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    A Letter to the Wife of an Andropausal Male

    6 years ago

    Dear Lonely Suffering Lady, That grouchy, chubby, withdrawn couch potato that you are married to certainly does not resemble the man that you fell in love with. Perhaps you feel neglected, or worse, you feel like you are not alluring to him anymore....

  • Luteinizing Hormone (LH) The Forgotten Hormone
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    Luteinizing Hormone (LH) The Forgotten Hormone

    6 years ago

    Testosterone synthesis not only depends upon the testes functioning properly, but the pituitary gland as well. There is a hormone known as Luteinizing Hormone (LH) produced by the pituitary gland and released into the bloodstream in cyclical spurts....

  • High Sex Hormone Binding Globulin
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    High Sex Hormone Binding Globulin

    6 years ago

    The liver does all sorts of wonderful things in our lives; it metabolizes Human Growth Hormone into IGF-1 and IGF-2, it filters toxins from the blood, it helps to regulate the flow of insuline from the pancreas to name a few. Part of it's function...

  • Testosterone to Estrogen
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    Testosterone to Estrogen

    6 years ago

    The blood test: testosterone is low, estrogen is high, weight gain, especially around the midsection, man boobs, moodiness, flabiness etc... It sounds like you are estrogenizing. As we get older, aromatase activity in our bodies increases,...

  • Should You Recieve Hormone Replacement Therapy?
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    Should You Recieve Hormone Replacement Therapy?

    6 years ago

    Usually, any sign of decreased testosterone is treated by giving the patient hormone replacement therapy (HRT). This may not always be the best course of action as we shall see. The most important question to ask is why the patient's testosterone...

  • A Letter to Hypogonadism Sufferers
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    A Letter to Hypogonadism Sufferers

    6 years ago

    Dear Hypogonadism sufferer, The truth is that hypogonadism is not the disease, it is only a symptom of a much larger problem. If your doctor has prescribed you some form of testosterone replacement and given you a box of erectile dysfunction...

  • Is It Really Hypogonadism?
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    Is It Really Hypogonadism?

    6 years ago

    Technically, hypogonadism is the failure of the testicles to produce sufficient testosterone to keep a man’s body healthy. Testosterone levels decrease in a man’s body as he ages, but a drastic loss of the hormone can create a wide variety of...

  • Andropause, What Is It?
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    Andropause, What Is It?

    6 years ago

    Andropause is referred to as male menopause. It is so named because the body begins to produce insufficient amounts of androgens (male sex hormones). These hormones not only affect a man’s sexual function, but as you will see it effects his...

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