And It's About Time There Was Some Support For Cushing's!
As HGH levels decrease, the effects of premature aging increase. This premature aging is associated with many of the following symptoms: gray hair, decreased energy, decreased sexual function, increased body fat, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease and more. A good percentage of young people who have very low growth hormone levels have developed these same symptoms.
HGH is an endocrine hormone like testosterone, estrogen, melatonin and DHEA. All of these decline as we get older, but science has helped us understand that we actually develop symptoms of aging when the HGH levels decrease. In fact, a 60 year old man produces one fourth as much HGH as is secreted by a 20 year old man.
Growth hormone is released during the first hour of the deepest levels of sleep, then it travels through the liver where it is converted into insulin like growth factor-1 (IGF-1), also known as somatomedin C. IGF-1 promotes glucose metabolism, stimulates growth of immune factors, and becomes a source of fuel for cells. This is an insulin-like effect and why insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) is responsible for most of the benefits associated with HGH.
The pituitary will release increased levels of HGH if it is stimulated to do so, and this incredible effect can be induced even in the elderly. Arginine, ornithine, lysine, glutamine, OKG, glycine, niacin, GHB, and dietary fasting have all been demonstrated to cause the body to secrete its own HGH, resulting in an anti-disease, anti-aging formula.