HGH & Suzanne Somers

Suzanne Marie Somers is an American actress, author, singer, businesswoman, and health spokesperson. Somers had humble beginnings, posing for Playboy while she was a struggling model in the 1970s and 1980s. After getting into television, she appeared in the role of Chrissy Snow on Three’s Company and as Carol Foster Lambert on Step by Step (1991). She then left one genre of showbiz for another genre which can also be considered showbiz.

Suzanne Somers Playboy 1984.... : NostalgiaFapping
Suzanne Somers in Playboy 1984

She started writing self help books on a whole range of subjects on healthcare from dieting to plastic surgery, all aimed at combating the natural aging process. She also became a public speaker, promoting diets, “premium” dietary supplements, hormone therapy, plastic surgery and other anti-aging regimes. And she became unbelievably successful as hordes of fans snap up products endorsed by her, seeing her as the icon of successful aging. The pictures may tell a different story.

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I’m not sure what has gotten into her fans, but many of them would kill to look as “good” as she does at 74. Like many Playboy and showbiz retirees, aging comedian Suzanne Somers found a new calling. She is now a popular health guru and author of dozens of books on how to combat aging. Author Bill Gifford of Spring Chicken described her (at 65) as “stunning from her her backlit blond mane to her toned shoulders to her blazing crescent smile that makes you think that anything was possible”. Well, I might have given a very different description if I were there.

Every morning, Suzanne Somers chokes down 40 different types of supplements. Do note there there is little to no evidence that the supplements can do what they are purported to do. It didn’t matter. Oprah Winfrey endorsed these products and they flew off the shelves.

Fish oil1,400 mg EPA and 1,000 mg DHA
Curcumin*400-800 mg
Bromelain (enteric coated)500-1,000 mg
DHEA (dehydro-epiandrosterone)15-50 mg
Suzanne Somers’ anti-inflammatory regime
Carnosine1,000 mg
Pyridoxal-5’- phosphate (active form of vitamin B6)100 mg
Benfotiamine (a form of vitamin B1)150 mg
Chromium500 mcg
To help with glucose metabolism
L-methylfolate (active form of folic acid)1,000 mcg
Pyridoxal-5’- phosphate (active form of vitamin B6)100 mg
Vitamin B121,000 mcg
TMG (trimethylglycine)500-1,000 mg
S-adenosyl-methionine (SAMe)200-400 mg
methylation prevention
CoQ10 as ubiquinol100-200 mg
Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ)10 mg
Acetyl-L-carnitine arginate675 mg
R-lipoic acid150 mg
Mitochondrial support
DHEA*15-25 mg
Pregnenolone*50-100 mg
Natural progesterone creamFollow label directions
Broccoli extract400-800 mg
Indole-3-carbinol (I3C)80-160 mg
Apigenin25-50 mg
Calcium D-glucarate200-400 mg
Vitamin D35,000 IU
Hormonal balance
Vitamin D35,000 IU
Vitamin K1*1,000 mcg
Vitamin K2 as MK-41,000 mcg
Vitamin K2 as MK-7100 mcg
calcification prevention
A complete high-potency digestive enzyme blendPer label instructions
Prebiotic Fiber BlendAbout 6 grams
Enzymatic and nutritional support
Fish oil1,400 mg EPA and 1,000 mg DHA
Gamma-linolenic acid300-600 mg
Lecithin granules10 grams
Balancing fatty acids
Chlorophyllin100-300 mg
Curcumin*400-800 mg daily
Broccoli extract400-800 mg
Watercress extract50-100 mg
Rosemary extract50-100 mg
Apigenin25-50 mg
DNA protection and repair
Vitamin D35,000-8,000 IU
DHEA15-50 mg
Beta 1,3/1,6 glucan100-600 mg
Probiotic333 million colony forming units (CFU)
High-potency multinutrient formulaTwo tablets/capsules
Lactoferrin300 mg
Boosting immune system

That’s not all. There are many more in the list which I won’t bother to include or this posting will take too long to read. Yes, about 40 of them and readily available online, they cost a fortune. This is followed by a shot (apparently needle-less) of oestrogen straight into her vagina. Like in the video below. suffice to say that if you buy all them, you could be very much poorer and definitely not healthier.

Hormone therapy is an attempt to solve one of the most obvious problem of aging. We become sexually less able and less attractive. Hormone replacement therapy or HRT has been heavily promoted by the pharmaceutical industry. Then, in 2002, a study was abruptly halted because the women on oestrogen were getting breast cancer as well as heart disease, blood clots, stroke and dementia at an alarming rate. Not only was there an indication that HRT is not anti-aging, it was causing women to age faster. The HRT industry almost collapsed.

Suzanne Somers came to its rescue. It’s difficult to imagine that a person who is not even medically trained could convince hordes of age-defying women that synthetic hormones derived from altering plant hormones are safer than hormones extracted from the urine of pregnant horses. She pushed for “bioidentical hormones” sold by compounding pharmacists. These were hormone cocktails which purportedly balanced one another. Several incidents occurred, including one where contamination caused the death of 4 women from meningitis. What Suzanne Somers didn’t tell her fans, is that there are many well-tested, FDA-approved hormone therapy products that meet this definition and are commercially available from retail pharmacies.


The difference between the image on the ad and the image in real life should sound more than a few alarm bells. Nevertheless, women still buy her story. Actually, Somers herself had a close brush with death from breast cancer in 2000. In 2012, she claimed that she grew back her lost breast with stem cell treatment, a claim that has been widely doubted in the medical fraternity. She insisted that she was eager to show her new breast off, but her husband stopped her. I’m not sure if I would be keen to see it, but with that, she managed to allay the fears of many women on HRT.

The bestselling health guru once said: “Our bodies weren’t intended to live beyond our reproductive years. Women used to die routinely at 40 or 45, and now they’re living to 90 or 100. We’ve figured out with technology how to keep ourselves alive twice as long as the body wants to be. When we restore our bodies to those optimal hormonal levels at which we reproduce, we keep our insides healthy because our brains are tricked into thinking we can still reproduce and keep us alive to perpetuate the species.”

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Somers also claimed that hormones prevent joint pain, dementia, and depression. In fact, studies have not shown any joint pain benefit and as shown by an aborted study in 2012, menopausal HRT actually increases the risk of dementia and age-related memory problems. Studies show that not only does HRT not prevent cardiovascular disease, dementia or incontinence, it actually increases the risk for these diseases! There is certainly no evidence that it prevents wrinkles, either.

Suzanne Somers has an estimated net worth of 100 million, thanks to all her gullible and adoring fans. Interestingly, Somers does not hide the fact that she had been surgically enhanced. Her detractors believe that her real secret for looking “young” (judge for yourself) may lie more in surgery than in taking supplements. If you wish to look as “good” as Suzanne Somers, just go for surgery. It’s cheaper and more effective than taking her supplements for life.