Human Growth Hormone

HGH is secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain. It is responsible for growth and healing by stimulating cell growth and rejuvenation.

Today, it is in such large demand that it is obtained from bacteria that have been genetically engineered to produce growth hormone, the exact same process that insulin is made. The only effective method of increasing the growth hormone in the body to therapeutic levels is through daily injections of HGH.

Note: The over-the-counter oral growth hormone releasing agents can be minimally effective if the pituitary is healthy and capable of producing growth hormone.

Signs of HGH deficiency are equivalant to the common signs of aging:

  • Demineralization of bone (bone density loss)
  • Abnormal body fat
  • Decline in physical performance
  • Decrease muscle tone and strength
  • Poor sleep
  • Thinning of hair, skin, and muscle
  • Increased cardiovascular mortality
  • Fatigue, lack of drive and initiative
  • Poor self-esteem
  • Sagging breasts, muscles, skin and abdomen
  • Increased wrinkles

If you feel you may have growth hormone deficiency, please consult your physician.