Growth Hormone is naturally produced in the human body and it
determines how large cells grow as well as how quickly they divide. It
also determines how efficiently the cells release proteins.
Growth Hormone can affect how the cells use carbohydrates and
fats. All of these
characteristics work together to show that Human Growth Hormone does
have an effect on increases lean mass and decreasing fat
of Human Growth Hormone
It was first extracted from the pituitary gland of dead bodies.
However, this form of Human
Growth Hormone was found to sometimes carry a brain disease.
Human Growth Hormone was used for children who had a lack of production
of natural Human Growth
in their bodies and this brain disease then began
showing up in them.
Now, Human Growth Hormone is no longer extracted from cadavers and
there is also a "fake" version of it as well (called HCG).
About Human Growth Hormone
While Human Growth Hormone is naturally produced in the body, its
levels vary based on many factors including diet and exercise. It is
usually produced in its greatest levels in children when the body is
growing. Adults produce less Human
Growth Hormone because the body doesn't need it for natural
growing purposes. One way to increase the levels of Human Growth
Hormone in the system is to take supplements of it.
Because it is a naturally occurring substance in the body, however,
taking supplements of Human Growth Hormone can actually cause the body
to stop producing it.
effects include carpal tunnel syndrome, enlarged organs and a
thickening of the bones. People may also notice gynocomastia and water
Growth Hormone is known for helping weight gain as well as
increasing muscle mass, but it's not so great for increasing strength.
Generally, studies show that taking Human Growth Hormone accompanied by
exercise can help reduce the lack of strength, however.
effects of using Human Growth Hormone include edema (swelling
of feet and hands), tingling or numbness in the feet and hands and
decreases in insulin reception and thyroid function.
Since Human Growth Hormone increases the growth rate and size of cells,
this includes cancer cells, so it is not recommended that people with
cancer or a high risk of cancer use Human Growth Hormone.
Using Human Growth Hormone
To best emulate the natural secretion of Human Growth Hormone, using it
every other day for a long period of time (3 months or longer) is where
you'll get the best results.