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|GH (Growth Hormone) by Oxy Life, Inc. |
Arguably the most important hormone in your body, Human Growth Hormone, or HGH, is produced by the pituitary gland in your brain. HGH is responsible for the health and vitality associated with our youth.
After the age of 20, the hormone release rate greatly decreases, and by the age of 30 most people start to notice an acceleration in the aging process. One of the leading factors involved in this decline is the decreased production of Human Growth Hormone. Studies indicate that your body produces about 15% less of the hormone with each successive decade. As you get older, and your body begins to produce less of the human growth hormone, you start to notice that you look and feel older.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is produced by the pituitary gland in large amounts when we're young, but secretion falls off sharply as we age. HGH promotes tissue repair, cell regeneration in the bones, muscles and vital organs, and supports the immune system in combating infection and disease. HGH achieves this by improving movement of amino acids (the building blocks of cells and muscles) across cell membranes.
As the body's cells die, HGH ensures that replacement cells are readily available. As we age, our HGH levels decline causing our cell replacement levels to reduce. HGH supplementation improves the body's ability to self-repair delaying the aging process. Hormones are chemical messengers that help our body perform different functions that relate to our health and well being. The HGH hormone is basically made up of 191 amino acids which are parts of proteins. Our hormones are made in a number of different endocrine glands located throughout the body. After they are manufactured, they are released into the blood stream to do their work systemically; allowing each organ system to function at peak efficiency.
HGH is one of the more abundant hormones the body produces (at least while we are young); it is made in the pituitary gland which is located in the brain. A few of the systems that HGH acts on include, over all bodily growth and reproduction and sexual functions.
This tremendous wonder of nature is produced at its peak when we are in our teens. At 20 years of age we produce an average 500 micrograms/day, at 40 years of age we average 200 micrograms/day and at 80 years old we average 25 micrograms/day. So you can see that aging has a tremendous impact on the depletion of this hormone. Age isn't the only factor that depletes this hormone, poor dietary habits and habitual stress can cause further imbalances.
NOTES: One bottle lasts approximately 45 days depending on usage.
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