As we grow older, we suffer major declines in the hormones we need to stay healthy. One of the most important is growth hormone (GH)—often called human growth hormone (hGH) to distinguish it from animal-derived products.
Growth hormone injections
The most effective way of boosting GH blood levels is regular injections. While the cost of synthetic GH injections is very high, it is now available from various doctors in North America.
It has been shown that while the aging pituitary adequately produces GH, its secretion from the pituitary is down-regulated with age. Certain amino acids and vitamins have been shown to help maintain a healthy pituitary.*
These amino acids include:
GH release may be improved if one to three grams of choline and up to two grams of pantothenic acid are taken at the same time as amino acid releasers. Both serve as precursors to the brain’s main neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is known to help maintain a healthy production of somatostatin.
Recommended Use: As a dietary supplement, take four (4) tablets daily. Two (2) before workout and two (2) before bed with a full glass of water. Most effective when taken on an empty stomach one hour before bedtime and workout.
If you are diabetic, have high blood pressure, or have been diagnosed with cancer consult a healthcare practitioner before using this product. Persons who have not completed their bone growth (children and teenagers), and pregnant or lactating women, should not use GH releasers except under a physician’s supervision. L-arginine and L-ornithine sometimes reactivate latent herpes virus infections. Therefore, persons who have had ocular or brain herpes should not use them. Those with certain psychoses may experience worsened symptoms if they take L-arginine or L-ornithine supplements.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.