An Anti-Aging HGH Product Exclusive


 An Anti-Aging HGH Product Exclusive

The human growth hormone (hGH) is a peptide hormone that stimulates the growth of human tissues. hGH is encoded by the GH gene. HGH is secreted from the pituitary gland and targets tissues to increase in size, while at the same time stimulating metabolism and muscle protein production. The primary biological role of hGH can be summarized as: Stimulating Growth

The U.S Food & Drug Administration approved a prescription-drug product called “Somatropin” in 1990 to replace lost or deficient HGH at any age. This form, manufactured by Eli Lilly & Co. is given in a synthetic form and is not extracted directly from the pituitary gland of cadavers as previously thought.

Before the introduction of synthetic HGH in 1990, extracts of pituitary growth hormone were used by athletes to artificially boost their performance. Athletes would inject themselves with the extract and they would see an increase in muscle mass. Some sports organizations banned athletes from using the extract because it was considered "artificially enhancing them". Later, when HGH was introduced, because it is identical to human growth hormone, use of this drug became legal. There are also a number of anti-aging clinics that sell HGH via injection to those seeking anti-aging benefits.

The U.S Food & Drug Administration approved a prescription-drug product called “Somatropin” in 1990 to replace lost or deficient HGH at any age. This form, manufactured by Eli Lilly & Co. is given in a synthetic form and is not extracted directly from the pituitary gland of cadavers as previously thought.

The Human Growth Hormone (HGH) with growth hormone releasing peptide (GHRP) receptor agonist properties, was first isolated from pituitary gland extracts in 1986 by de Villiers et al. It was originally discovered to be a potent, non-peptide substance which mimicked the activity of GH.[5] In 1989, a second truncated human HGH fragment was identified with IGF-1 actions. This discovery led to the development of analogs containing additional amino acid residues at the N-terminus.

A patent application for the drug was filed in 1985 and granted in 1987, but due to research delays, Biotest did not bring it to market until 1991 under the trademark “Serostim”.[6][7] The drug is available as a parenteral formulation for subcutaneous injection, and is used primarily in treating AIDS-related wasting syndrome. Biotest holds patents on the drug in all of Europe, Asia, and South America.

In 2007, Eli Lilly introduced a synthetic version of the growth hormone called Humatrope. It was approved by the FDA in 2009. In recent years, several studies have suggested that this synthetic version may have benefits for aging-related muscle loss. The IGF-1 analogs (known as peptide growth factor 1 [PGF-1] or human growth hormone [hGH]), which were approved to treat adults with GH deficiency disorders about 15 years ago, are now being touted by some as a wonder drug to promote youthfulness and improve physical function in older adults.

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GH affects virtually every cell in the human body. The following are a few examples of how it can benefit those with decreased GH levels:

Increase muscle mass and help burn fat: HGH increases muscle and decreases fat. It does this by slowing the breakdown of protein in the muscles, which allows more protein to be built into muscle tissue, and increases the rate at which triglycerides are used by the muscles as an energy source (fat burning). Increase lean body mass (muscle): Growth hormone has anabolic effects that stimulate a growth spurt during childhood and adolescence. In adults, it helps maintain bone density. More lean body mass is correlated with a better quality of life.

Regenerate the skin: HGH has been shown to stimulate the production of collagen, a protein that makes up skin and tissue. Skin problems from aging like loss of elasticity, wrinkles and age spots can be treated through the use of HGH.

Lower cholesterol levels: HGH lowers triglyceride levels needed to break down fat in the liver, raising HDL cholesterol (the "good" cholesterol) and lowering LDL cholesterol (the "bad" or dangerous cholesterol). More good cholesterol means less risk for heart attacks. Decrease body fat: Growth hormone stimulates metabolism by increasing activity in muscle cells (which burns up stored fat molecules).

Increase energy: Growth hormone increases the body's use of oxygen and its production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the chemical that gives energy to every cell in the body. More ATP means more energy throughout the day.

Maintain a healthy immune system: HGH stimulates the production of white blood cells, which help fight off infection. More white blood cells mean greater resistance to disease.

In addition to these specific benefits, Ghrelin/GHRP-2 are known to be excellent for fat loss due to increased basal metabolic rate (BMR) or calorie burning. Increased BMR has been shown to increase total daily energy expenditure, or the calories burned throughout the day. GH-R is also very effective at suppressing appetite and dropping body fat.

GH has many non-specific actions that are beneficial to all types of health such as:

Increases tolerance to cold by increasing the skin temperature (shivering) Decrease kidney damage and increase synthesis of urea an amino acid which helps eliminate toxins from the body Increases bone density due to higher osteoid production, which is a protein produced in bone Increase insulin sensitivity (this generally means that insulin will control blood sugar less often). This is beneficial for diabetics as well as weight loss programs.

Recent studies have shown that HGH increases lean body mass (muscle) in both adults and children. It also has increased bone density in children and has even been shown to be effective in treating cancer. The drug is also used to treat AIDS wasting syndrome, but there are several other studies which have shown the HGH to be beneficial to the elderly population as well.


The research has shown a myriad of benefits for GH. What's even more exciting is that there are two apparently oppositional studies which show that HGH can have both beneficial and detrimental effects. There is no evidence which shows that GH has no effect on individuals who have achieved peak growth, but the studies seem to show that if GH is used before a person reaches the physical maturity or limits of growth, then it may be used inappropriately. However, once a person reaches their current height or age limit, then the body may utilize it appropriately where in fact it was not needed for the individual to grow past his/her height at all.

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