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How It Works

Human Growth Hormone HGH is referred to in medical science as the master hormone. It is very plentiful when we are young, but near the age of twenty-one our bodies begin to produce less of it. By the time we are forty nearly everyone is deficient in HGH, and at eighty our production has normally diminished at least 90-95%.

Hormones are chemical messengers, traveling through the blood stream and involved in all aspects of the body's activity metabolism, growth, mood and sexual function to name a few. They also help to maintain health, regulate the vital organs, and promote healing and repair.

Being the master hormone, HGH affects virtually all areas of the body influencing the growth of cells, bones, muscles and organs. When deficient in growth hormone our symptoms include loss of muscle, decreased energy, an increase in fat, diminished sexual drive, a greater risk of cardiovascular disease and a lower life expectancy. In other words, the symptoms we call aging.

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