hormone (HGH), also called somatropin, is a polypeptide chain that
consists of 191 amino acids. HGH is made in the anterior pituitary
gland. HGH is released into the blood by the hypothalamus where it travels to the liver. The liver then transforms HGH into Insulin-Like Growth Factor Type 1 (IGF-1). IGF-1 is receptive to the body's organs and muscles, where HGH is not. IGf-1 is then transported through the bloodstream where needed.
Why take HGH?
hormone is one of many endocrine hormones, like estrogen,
testosterone, melatonin and DHEA, which all decline in production with
age. While many of these hormones can be replaced to reduce some of the
effects of aging, human growth hormone reaches far beyond the scope of
the other hormones. Between the ages of 21-30yrs, we start to
decrease our production of HGH, that by the time we are 40 yrs old our,
production drops 60%. By the time we are 80yrs old, our production has
Physicians commonly state that Human Growth Hormone (HGH) as
a contributing factor of aging. HGH therapy stimulates the pituitary
gland to increase your HGH production levels which is vital in increasing Human
Growth Hormone levels, helping your overall health and well being.
What benefits will I get using HGH?
Growth hormone not only prevents biological
aging, it promotes weight loss, builds muscle mass,
improves memory, significantly enhances sex drive, increases energy, reduces wrinkles, and
many other symptoms associated with aging.
New Hair Growth*
Muscle and Strength*
To benefit from external HGH, it must be injected into your blood stream. Since HGH is a polypeptide chain, any HGH pill will be dissolved once it reaches the gastric acids in the stomach. Sprays will not work either. HGH can not secreted in the epidermal layer of the skin then excreted from the cells into the blood stream, which is why HGH is transformed to IGF-1 in the liver.
How do I know I am low on HGH?
To measure HGH levels you can go to a labratory in your area or are referred laboratory here in Tijuana, where it is much cheaper, and have them take a blood sample. From the blood sample you can measure IGF-1 levels. Any blood sample with an IGF-1 level under 350 IU is considered deficient.