Why do we see a decrease in lean body mass and an increase in fatty tissue as we age? As we get older, our glands produce less of the hormones so vital to robust good health. Human Growth Hormone (HGH), produced by the pituitary gland, is known as the master hormone because it controls the output of over thirty hormones.* It is the ultimate anti-aging product.
A Little History
A study was done in 1990, by Rudman, Feller, & Nagraf, et.al., showing the effects of HGH given to subjects for six months. After the six month period of being treated with biosynthetic HGH the subjects showed an increase in lean muscle mass, a decrease in fatty tissue and slightly thicker skin. The authors of the study concluded that decreased secretion of HGH is responsible for the loss of lean muscle mass, the increase in adipose (fatty) tissue, and the thinner skin so often seen as we age.
For years it was thought that these changes to our bodies were inevitable. It was believed that we must get older and look older, too. At the same time we were supposed to be tired. After all, we are getting older. For women the changes become most apparent after menopause. With men the changes are more gradual, but they still occur.
Another study at the University of Texas, by Przkora, Herndon, and Suman, et.al., was done where low dose recombinant HGH was given to severely burned children after their discharge from the hospital. It was given for a period of 12 months. Twelve months after the treatment was discontinued the subjects had improved lean muscle mass, bone mineral content and growth.
The studies reviewed for this article consistently stated that HGH helps one to shed body fat, improve muscle tone, improve the quality of skin, and helps you sleep better. It also improves heart function, bone density and healing. Memory and mental focus are also improved. However, HGH needs to be administered over a period of time for the positive effects to show up. In other words, the body needs time to make the changes discussed above and for those changes to be measured. HGH is a proven anti-aging product normally available only from your doctor.
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Lyons, Dr. Robert, The Anti-Aging, Health Promoting Miracle Indium, Banner Health Books, p.19
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