HGH is primarily released during the beginning phases of sleep as well as during rigorous workouts. It is quickly converted by the liver into the growth-promoting metabolite somatomedin C, then circulated through the body.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is like estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, melatonin or DHEA - one of many endocrine hormones that decline in production as we age.
Many of these hormones can be replaced with supplements to deter some of the effects of aging and reduction of muscle mass. HGH, however, goes far beyond their scope - not only can HGH prevent biological aging, but it REVERSES a wide range of the aging process's signs and symptoms. In fact, HGH therapy has been scientifically shown to turn back the biological clock as much as 20 years while significantly increasing muscle mass..
The decline of growth hormone with age is directly associated with many of the symptoms of aging.
These include wrinkling, gray hair, decreased energy, and diminished sexual function. Lack of growth hormone contributes to increasing body fat and loss of muscle mass, not to mention
cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and an inclination toward other aging-related diseases.
You may have observed these symptoms in younger adults, and often this is to do with a human growth hormone deficiency. Fortunately, clinical evidence demonstrates that by elevating human growth hormone, we can significantly reverse these symptoms.
Careful stacking of certain amino acids.
Twenty amino acids form the building blocks of all proteins and are needed for the body to make the proteins of enzymes, many hormones, muscle, bone, skin, organs, etc. A number of these amino acids have been shown to induce growth hormone secretion, and HGH 1000 stacks them in such a way that maximizes their benefits..
Note: Attempting to combine these amino acids to produce the same results of the HGH 1000 formula should be avoided. The product contains a synergistic combinations or stacking that has been lab tested to produce maximum release of HGH.
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