Human growth hormone (HGH) is a naturally-produced molecule responsible for a wide variety of processes within the human body. Your pituitary gland produces and secretes this growth hormone. It helps with the growth of bones, metabolic function, bodily fluid regulation and many other things.Please follow and like us:
To grow old is a natural process of life. However, for some people, growing old means preparing yourself for the diseases that are coming your way, especially the diseases that will spring from your lifestyle choices. This is why it is easy for society to stereotype aging people as sickly, because most sickness and diseases […]
Surely you’ve experienced getting sick, nursing an injury, or some other event in your life, which restricted any form of movement for a time. This required you to stay in your bed or on the couch for a certain period until you were able to recover enough to be able to move again.Please follow and […]
What often comes to your mind when you hear the word, “testosterone?” Is it a man with gigantic muscles? What about Superman who seems like nothing can rip him apart except for Kryptonite? How about a man with incredible sex power and libido? Whatever is your idea of testosterone, it all boils down to your […]
When you hear people talking about human growth hormones (HGH), the chances are that you assume this is something evil, like a steroid. You more than likely associate human growth hormone with dangerous bodybuilding, and you are not entirely wrong in your train of thought. However, HGH actually has some benefits and some safe uses.Please […]
Disclaimer: While scientific studies have long shown the efficacy of direct HGH injections in specific circumstances, studies on the efficacy of oral supplements for achieving general wellness are, as of yet, not conclusive. Our confidence in the product is based on literature regarding naturopathic research, our clinical test, and customer feedback.
* Based on internal customer survey of those who tried GenF20 and at least one other HGH releaser.
The study did not measure for a direct increase in HGH.