Bio-identical hGH (human Growth Hormone) natural molecule to assist in:
- increased energy
- increased vitality
- better sleeping
- cell division so important to health
What are Hormones & What is hGH?
hGH affects every cell in the body, constantly rejuvenating the cells of the skin and bones, the heart, liver, lungs and kidneys, and helping keep organ and tissue functions occurring. hGH is a hormone that lowers the risk factors for heart attacks and stroke, improves oxygen uptake and prevents osteoporosis.
After six months of supplementation, tests have indicated an average of 18% body fat changing to 8% youthful, lean muscle without diet or exercise. It is the most effective anti-obesity agent ever discovered, revving up the metabolism to youthful levels and reducing fat while increasing muscle mass
Tests have indicated that after using hGH for six months, there is a a trend of re-growth of hair, restoration of melanin and sharper vision.
Tests have also indicated a smoothing out facial wrinkles by restoring the elasticity, thickness and contours of skin.
Supplementation tests have indicated older people reporting reduced insomnia and a more relaxed attitude with a higher threshold in coping with daily stress.
- Proper hGH levels in the blood have shown normal sexual potency in men and women.
- Proper hGH levels support the immune system with normalized T-4, B, and other immune system cells.
- Proper hGH levels assist in supplementing Fibromyalgia patients.
- Proper hGH levels indicate increased concentration and learning ability as a result of nitric oxide production utilized by the brain in long-term memory function.
- Proper hGH levels indicate increased healing of bone and tissue injuries.
- Proper hGH levels have shown to help eliminate fatigue
Greek: To arouse to excite
Hormones are the chemical messengers of the body. A highly intricate hormonal system carries messages to the body telling it when to digest, regulate temperature or produce the fight or flight response. Cutting edge research has shown, for example that the Pituitary gland alone produces six hormones including hGH, the human growth hormone
The hormone system is rather like a finely tuned symphony orchestra that depends on the balance and harmony of every instrument in order to perform at its best. Unless our hormones are in perfect balance and there are adequate secretions of every hormone, we aren't healthy.
How We Age
During anabolism, the growing period to adulthood (ranging from 25 - 33), approximately 80% of a young adult's body consists of lean body mass (muscles organs and bone). The remaining 20% is made up of fatty adipose tissue. After the period of anabolism, the body enters catabolism - the winding down of metabolic functions. The first indication of catabolism is that the muscles begin to atrophy and we get tired more quickly; the aches and pains begin.
Why are old people shorter? During anabolism, your bones are continuously being remodeled. Calcium building blocks form new bone cells while the body reabsorbs old ones. During catabolism re-absorption exceeds bone-building and bone mass begins to decrease. Those who have aged tremendously exhibit as little as 2% of their youthful hGH output.
When young, 10% of body weight is bone and 90% is tissue, but after age 50 the ratio changes. By age 75, the body, on average, has 20% less bone than when young.
Nearly 100,000 people die each year from the complications of fragile bones. Although some therapies show some promise in preventing bone loss, it is a general trend that therapies cannot do anything to build bone.
Cell proliferation declines up to 10-fold as the condition of aging progresses. One of the reasons we get old is that we do not have enough new cells.
The primary factor in aging is the slowing down of glandular functions resulting in hypo-hormonal output - not enough hormones to fully supply efficient metabolic processes. One of the crucial factors is PDS (Pituitary Deficiency Syndrome) in which the pituitary output of Human Growth Hormone diminishes dramatically as we get older.
By the age of 40
most of the population has deficient levels of human growth hormone
By the age of 60, two-thirds of everyone have substantially deficient hGH levels. The average loss of hGH is 10 to 15% per decade. It is not uncommon that at the age of 60 there is an hGH decline of over 75% or more from the levels normally seen in 25 year olds. Those individuals in their seventies, who have aged tremendously indicate that their pituitary gland is barely functioning.
How does hGH work?
Human Growth Hormone is produced by the pituitary gland and is essential for the proper protein synthesis of all lean body mass i.e. muscle, bone, organs, skin and vertebrae. hGH is responsible for the maintenance and protection of these tissues.
hGH accomplishes this by utilizing proteins and amino acids from the body's adipose tissue. The body uses these fats to supply most of the energy for cellular functions. Thus hGH acts as a protein sparer; and since the adipose tissue is an easy store of fat for energy, hGH also acts as a carbohydrate sparer, thereby decreasing the necessity for using proteins for glycogen production or gluconeogenesis. It is widely accepted that many health conditions are linked to high concentrations of fat in the body.
The primary issue of the hGH hormone in slowing down the body's aging is that in normal cell division, hGH helps form the young new cells. As we age with less and less hGH being produced, less of the cells continue to divide (regenerate).
- By protein sparing, hGH maximizes protein utilization for cellular regeneration and maintenance.
- By reducing fat, hGH becomes a formidable life-extending asset.
- By supplementing the body's biochemistry, young and vital cells are produced.
In the past half-century, universities and medical centers in the United States and Europe have conducted extensive research into the effects of recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) on people with growth hormone deficiencies.
Their tests show that by supplementing the master hormone, hGH, the body's biochemistry becomes more balanced and efficient.
hGH reaches far beyond the scope of any hormone like progesterone or testosterone and other hormones that decline in production with age in that hGH helps the body becomes more efficient and has shown to help produce these hormones naturally.
Dr. Daniel Rudman, with a team of researchers, documented the effects of his studies at the Medical College in Wisconsin and at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Milwaukee. The results were reported in the New England Journal of Medicine as a major breakthrough in the eternal quest for health and beauty.
Rudman's study, along with other research, prompted a flurry of articles in national and international periodicals. Science News, Ladies’ Home Journal, MacLean’s, Science, Newsweek, Scientific American, The New York Times, Business Week, Menus Health, Discover, Time and other publications splashed stories with headlines like:
Turning Back Time - Can Hormones Stop the Clock? Getting a Shot of Youth
Dr. Ronald Klatz, MD, President
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine