Benefits of Human Growth Hormone

HGH Benefits

As we age our human growth hormone production slowly declines. Human growth hormone replacement restores a patients HGH levels to that of their youth, when hormone production was at its natural optimal levels.

HGH replacement therapy has been the subject of over 20,000 clinical trials world-wide and through these clinical trials it has been shown to produce striking improvements in health, energy levels and sense of well being (QoL).

The documented benefits of HGH replacement therapy include:

  • » Reduced Body Fat
  • According to Dr. Ronald Klatz and Dr. Robert Goldman of the American Academy fo Anti-Aging Medicine, HGH can “reduce body fat by 14.4 percent after six months, without dieting.” Source: Stopping the Clock

  • » Increased Muscle Mass
  • Stopping the Clock also quotes Dr. Klatz and Dr. Goldman as stating HGH causes “an average gain of 8.8 percent in muscle mass after six months, without excercise.”

  • » Higher Energy Levels
  • » Lowering of Cholesterol and Blood Pressure
  • » Faster Healing of Wounds
  • » Smoother, Firmer Skin
  • » Regrowth of Hair
  • » Sharper Vision
  • » Elevated Mood
  • » Improved Cognition
  • » Regrowth of Vital Organs
  • » Restoration of Youthful Immune Function
  • » Stronger Bones
  • » Enhanced Sexual Performance



A Plus Side for Human Growth Hormone

By JANE E. BRODY
Published: May 3, 2010

Human Growth Hormone has acquired a bad reputation, thanks to athletes who have abused it in their quest for stardom. But for tens of thousands of children whose growth and development are stymied by a deficiency of growth hormone, daily injections of this biologically synthesized growth stimulant can put them on track toward normality.

I’m not talking about children with normal hormone levels whose genetic heritage will keep them well below the average height for American men and women (respectively, 5 feet 9 inches and just under 5 feet 4), although they, too, can sometimes benefit from an artificial boost from the hormone.

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