Pregnenolone – “precursor hormone”
Precursor for Important Steroid Hormones
Steroid hormones regulate important messenger substances that are responsible for healthy cognitive function, among other things. They also influence mood, regulate physiological processes such as hunger and sexual behavior and help the body to cope with anxiety and stress. Pregnenolone plays an important role in these functions as a precursor for many other steroid hormones such as testosterone, estrogen, cortisol and aldosterone.
Pregnenolone promotes a healthy cardiovascular system and strengthens the body’s natural anti-inflammatory defenses. Pregnenolone is also likely to produce numerous additional effects indirectly, thanks to the various hormones resulting from pregnenolone metabolism. For example, pregnenolone can be converted to dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and act as such, or as a metabolite of DHEA such as estrogen or testosterone. If needed, it can also be converted to progesterone, thereby helping to regulate female sexual functions such as the menstrual cycle.
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