Can Human Growth Hormone really stave off ageing?

by Andrew Summers Biochemistry Teacher
If you are interested in health and quality of life you will probably already be aware of the anti-ageing properties claimed for human growth hormone.

All of the interest in the subject came from a study published in 1990 which showed the results of a group of elderly men who were treated with growth hormone. The hormone appeared to reverse many of the effects associated with ageing.

Consistent with its fat burning and anabolic properties, administration of GH reduces body fat and increases lean muscle mass, including bone density. The report of such changes in body composition in older men with low HGH levels in response to injections of GH, attracted enormous attention and wide interest in recombinant human GH as an ‘anti-aging’ agent

When a person ages there tends to be a change in body composition. Although weight can stay the same there is a definite loss of muscle and gain of fat.

Treatment with growth hormone was shown to reverse this trend and also demonstrated other benefits.

Other benefits were also experienced. These included thickening of the dermis (skin), improvement of cognitive function and increased cardiovascular capacity.

Nowadays it is possible to buy HGH online in a way that wasn't just twenty years ago. Synthetic growth hormone is readily available online when once it could only be obtained from cadavers.

Needles to say buying online can be risky but also offer great savings. One such reputable website is iron man  But if you are buying online be sure to check reviews first

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