It goes without saying that we would all like to turn back the clock so that we could look and feel our best for as long as possible. The reality is that it’s not possible to stop aging. However, there are ways that we can slow down the effects of aging. Good health comes largely from hormone balance, and the traditional aging process can be mainly credited to one hormone: human growth hormone. So how does it work? Read on to find out.
- Increases Energy and Endurance, Improves Sports Performance and Recovery
- Increases Immune System Function
- HGH Reduces Fat Accumulation and Builds Lean Muscle Mass
- Increases Bone Density and Reduces Osteoporosis
- Lowers Blood Pressure
- Improves Libido and Sexual Performance
- Improves Cardiac Function and Cholesterol Profiles
- Reverses Aging Changes in the Skin and Promotes Thicker Hair Growth
- Improves Mood and Sleep Patterns
- Reduces the Risk of Developing Type II Adult-Onset Diabetes
- May Be Helpful in Treating Crohn's Disease
How It Works:
HGH is a single chain peptide hormone that’s manufactured deep within the brain... in the pituitary gland. It’s released into the bloodstream and travels throughout the body. It passes into your fat cells and can actually cause them to shrink. It enters your muscle cells, stimulating lean muscle growth so you look more tight and toned, even if you haven’t been working out. When it reaches the skin it maintains healthy blood flow, ramps up collagen production and strengthens the underlying substructure of the skin’s critical architecture, keeping your skin firm, tight and smooth, which is why so many experts call HGH the “youth” hormone... and why some believe it’s the key to combatting aging.
As you age, your pituitary gland slowly reduces the amount of the hormone it produces. HGH declines at a rate of 14% per decade on average after age 30. By age 60, your levels are only at 25% of what they were when you were in your twenties. By boosting your sagging HGH levels, you'll feel as though you're in your 20s again—even as you approach middle age.
Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.