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HGH Overview (Human Growth Hormone)

Growth Hormone (also called HGH or GH) is referred to in medical science as the master hormone. It is very plentiful when we are young, but near the age of twenty-one our bodies begin to produce less of it. By the time we are forty nearly everyone is deficient in GH, and at eighty our production has normally diminished at least 90-95%.

Hormones are chemical messengers, traveling through the blood stream and involved in all aspects of the body’s activity – metabolism, growth, mood and sexual function to name a few. They also help to maintain health, regulate the vital organs, and promote healing and repair.

Being the master hormone, GH affects virtually all areas of the body – influencing the growth of cells, bones, muscles and organs. When deficient in growth hormone our symptoms include loss of muscle, decreased energy, an increase in fat, diminished sexual drive, a greater risk of cardiovascular disease and a lower life expectancy.

In other words, the symptoms we call aging.

Many hormones including DHEA and melatonin can hinder some of the effects of aging, but clinical studies show that GH reaches far beyond any of these. Not only does growth hormone have the ability to prevent physical aging, it has been demonstrated that it can dramatically influence many of its symptoms.

This is evident from studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine and other medical journals. They show that Growth Hormone may address these symptoms by:

  • Decreasing body fat and cellulite
  • Restoring bone and muscle mass
  • Increasing strength
  • Improving skin texture and elasticity
  • Increasing sexual function
  • Reducing wrinkles
  • Restoring lost hair, and hair color
  • Increasing energy and stamina
  • Improving sleep
  • Elevating mood
  • Improving memory
  • Increasing cardiac output
  • Reducing soreness and pain
  • Normalizing blood pressure
  • Improving cholesterol profile
  • Improving immune function
  • Restoring size of organs that shrink with age

And much more…

Again, these possible effects of Growth Hormone are based on the results of clinical studies. And given the uniqueness of each human being, in no way can it be said that a given individual will experience any of these.

HGH History

Growth Hormone was first observed in the 1920’s, but it wasn’t until the 1950’s that its benefits were discovered. Researchers began administering GH to children who had growing deficiencies and found that it promoted a normal pattern of development.

This discovery was thrilling, of course, but the drawback was acquiring a supply. The only source for the hormone was to extract it from the pituitary gland of human cadavers. Each gland only contributed a few drops and so to obtain enough for just a single injection was very time consuming, and also very expensive.

However, in 1985 this changed. A biotech company, Genentech, which had earlier cloned the human gene for insulin, brought to market a recombinant (genetically engineered) Growth Hormone. A short while later, in 1987, Eli Lilly did the same.

Coinciding with this breakthrough, a great deal of research was being done in the area of anti-aging. After thirty years of experience with both children and adults deficient in Growth Hormone, no significant side effects had been experienced, and so researchers began giving GH to healthy adults.

The results were phenomenal. In study after study, the participants were losing body fat, gaining lean muscle mass, increasing energy levels, gaining strength and stamina, having sexual function enhanced, reducing wrinkled skin, thickening and even regrowing hair, lowering blood pressure, balancing cholesterol, and on and on.

But even with the availability of recombinant Growth Hormone the cost for most people was still prohibitive. With the injections costing $15,000 to $30,000 a year only the wealthy could afford it.

Then in 1998 came another tremendous breakthrough; researchers were able to create an oral form of Growth Hormone. After decades of being a little-known and very expensive drug, it was formulated into a food supplement possessing all the benefits of the injections.

So the ultimate in anti-aging is now in the form of a safe, homeopathic substance, priced in a range affordable to most everyone.

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