As we age, there is no mystery in the scientific community that growth hormone (GH) secretion declines. Concurrent with GH decline is the onset of somatopause in middle-aged adults, or a condition marked by GH deficiency. While deleterious effects caused by GH reduction are numerous, the most well-known involved increases in central fat accumulation, loss of muscle mass, higher risk of cardiovascular disease, and an allover marked decline in patient quality of life.
HGH w IGF-1, IGF-2
Evidence-based research studies have demonstrated that GH replacement therapies have decreased central body fat levels, strengthened bones, and have led to overall enhanced quality of life.
what is r-hGH?
- Growth hormone (GH) is a polypeptide hormone released by the pituitary gland, while recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) is a synthetic blend of natural human growth hormone.
- It is a homeopathic blend of mineral, plant, and tissue substance that stimulate the body’s natural restoration capabilities.
- It works by initiation cellular reactions that activate natural cell repair and restoration and produces a protein chain recognized by the body as natural GHM.