HGH Facts

What is Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and what does it do?

The anterior pituitary gland, located in the brain, produces Human Growth Hormone or HGH. HGH is beneficial to regenerating cells in our bones, organs, and muscles, in addition to helping the body fight off disease and infections.  Human Growth Hormone is essential in insuring healthy cells are available to replace cells that die off.  The older we get, the lower our Humane Growth Hormone levels drop, causing the benefits due of HGH to be diminished.  By the time we reach eighty years of age, the body’s production of HGH has dropped by 90 to 95%.  These reduced levels of HGH are associated with many of the symptoms and diseases associated with aging.

The history of synthetic HGH

In 1986, the Eli Lily Corporation produced the first true synthetic Human Growth Hormone, called Somototropin.  In 1990, the New England Journal of Medicine published a double-blind study by Dr. Daniel Rudman, using injectable HGH.  The study concluded that diminished Human Growth Hormone is a factor in decreased lean body mass, thinning of the skin and increased body fat.  On a positive note, the test group showed increased levels of energy, better night’s sleep and more muscle tone.  Efforts to make an oral form of Somototropin failed.  It was too costly, the HGH molecule was too big to be absorbed under the tongue and, when ingested, the liver broke it down before it could be absorbed.

What’s on the market today?

While it is possible to get true synthetic, injectable hormone, it is available only through a prescription with a price tag, between $1,000 to $1,500, for each daily injection.  HGH supplements, available without prescription, are either in the category of “releasers” or “secretagogues”.

The least expensive Human Growth Hormone available today is category called  “releasers”.  Releasers provide the building blocks of the 191 amino acid human growth hormone.  While they have components of true HGH, they are not a true human growth hormone.

The other category of HGH supplements is secretagogues.  They contain minute measurements of HGH substance, which stimulates the pituitary gland to naturally make more human growth hormone.

The Best Option!

SYTROPIN has BOTH releaser amino acids and true secretagogues human growth hormone.  It is within the FDA regulations and is backed by a 90-Day Money Back Guarantee!  Check out the ingredients in Sytropin.