Growth Hormone: The Key To Staying Young

Slowing The Aging Process Safely And Effectively

Decline of HGH with age

Releasing Your Growth Hormone

As we age, one of the most significant causes of aging is the decline of the Human Growth Hormone (HGH). HGH hits its peak during youth.

As we approach the age of 25, when we physically stop growing, Growth Hormone levels begin to decline, sometimes significantly, resulting in age-related symptoms.

On average, between 20 and 60, we lose approximately 80% of our Growth Hormone production.

Recent studies have linked low Human Growth Hormone levels to an extensive array of AGING symptoms, such as tiring quickly, diminished metabolism, problems with sleeping, graying hair, wrinkles, reduced muscle mass, lower mental clarity, and a lower sex drive.

Increasing levels of Human Growth Hormone have proven to reverse many symptoms of aging. There have been nearly 20,000 clinical studies conducted around the world that have recorded a wide range of benefits associated with HGH therapy.

The liver mainly secretes IGF-1 from Human Growth Hormone (HGH) stimulation.

IGF 1 is responsible for cell growth and multiplication and is a potent inhibitor of programmed cell death.

Almost every cell in the human body is affected by IGF 1, especially cells in muscle, cartilage, bone, liver, kidney, nerves, skin, and lungs. In addition to the insulin-like effects, IGF 1 can also regulate cell growth and development, especially in nerve cells, as well as cellular DNA synthesis.

By increasing Human Growth Hormone Production through the regular use of GHR Platinum, you can maintain higher levels of IGF 1 without taking a synthetic growth hormone.