About 15 years ago, scientists discovered that the aging process is linked to declining levels of certain hormones; particularly the Human Growth Hormone (HGH), which is made by the pituitary gland.
Levels of HGH peak during adolescence and fall about 14% per decade after age 21. By the age of 50, more than 50% of us are either partially or completely deficient in HGH! The decline of HGH, however, is neither irreparable nor permanent, because we can now control our hormonal levels. HGH may well be the proverbial fountain of youth. Thousands of studies confirm that raising HGH levels can help prevent and even reverse the aging process.
Dr. Michael Fossel, a clinical professor of medicine at Michigan State University, the editor of the Journal of Anti-Aging Medicine and author of Reversing Human Aging, is convinced that our lifespans could reach as high as 200 years. According to him, "Aging is not wear and tear, but wear and tear unleashed." In fact, current evidence suggests that it is now possible for us to stay middle-aged until we are 70 or 80 years old and still continue to live healthy, vibrant lives! According to the President of the National Academy of Sports Medicine, anti-aging medicine is "the future of medical practice" and "it allows both the medical professional and patient to have control over their personal health and well being." In a study performed by L. Cass Terry, M.D., Ph.D., elevated levels of HGH resulted in body-fat loss, muscle-mass gain, greater strength, increased exercise tolerance and energy levels and an improved quality of life in over 75% of his patients! A large majority also reported better skin texture and greater skin thickness and elasticity.
Elevating the levels of HGH in the body can bring about dramatic, positive changes. According to one doctor, "The effects of six months of HGH administration…were equivalent in magnitude to the changes incurred during 10 to 20 years of aging."
IGF-1 is 10 times more Potent than HGH!
Many nutrients have been known to potentiate HGH, resulting in naturally increased stimulation. One of the most potent is Insulin Growth Factor – 1 (IGF-1), a natural anabolic growth factor molecule. It is what is actually responsible for most of the positive effects that the body experiences with higher HGH levels. Studies have found that IGF-1 has increased lean body mass, reduced fat, built up bone and muscle tissue and it may even regenerate nerve tissues!
IGF-1 has been shown in studies to be 10 times more potent than HGH in its anti-aging properties! According to a study performed by Keith Kelley, MD, IGF-1 has been shown to do things that HGH alone can not. It can regenerate a shriveled thymus gland. It improves blood sugar profiles in type II diabetic patients, helping to normalize insulin resistance. Two clinical studies done in 1997 found that IGF-1 can significantly reduce the need for insulin in Type I Diabetes by up to 45%! It has also been known to increase the activity of neurons, which may help regenerate nerves damaged to injury or illness; including the spinal cord!
IGF-1 is a main component of Deer Antler velvet and has been known to prevent muscular atrophy, promote the development of strong muscles and, more importantly, to help slow down the process of deterioration due to aging!
For over 3000 years, Deer Antler velvet has been used in Asia as a medicinal substance. It is used today in China, Korea, Japan and Russia to support muscular development and enhance endurance/athletic performance.
Deer Antler velvet also naturally contains Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfates, which have been known to help relieve the painful symptoms of arthritis. Additionally, these substances may also significantly reduce the risk of developing heart disease due to heart attack or stroke!
Additional Youth-Enhancement Protection
Amino acids, the building blocks of protein, have been known to stimulate the natural release of HGH. Arginine has been used by millions of athletes to enhance their body’s natural production of HGH. One European study showed Arginine to effectively increase the blood levels of HGH by 300%! Arginine enhances immune function, burns fat, builds muscle and improves erectile function in men. In animal studies, Arginine has improved immune responses to bacteria, viruses and tumor cells.
A synergistic effect also has been shown between Arginine and Lysine. According to a 1981 study by Italian researcher A. Isidori, M.D. and his associates at the University of Rome, the combination of Lysine and Arginine in 15 men was 10 times more effective than taking Arginine alone.
Glutamine is the latest amino acid to generate excitement as a HGH releaser, due to the fascinating results of a 1995 study performed on volunteers ranging from 32 to 64 years of age by Thomas C. Welbourne of Louisiana State University College of Medicine. He found that Glutamine raised HGH levels more than 400%!
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a cardio-protective, energy-stimulating antioxidant that has been known to effectively prevent and treat certain forms of cardiovascular disease and even cancer. Pancreatic cancer, the most lethal of human cancers, is associated with the greatest CoQ10 depletion.
Pregnenolone, a product of adrenal glands, has been shown in studies to have a potent stimulatory effect on memory. It has also been known to improve several types of cognitive function.
L-Acetylcarnitine is an energy-stimulating compound. It has been known to improve cognitive function and strengthen the heart muscle. L-Acetylcarnitine also improves mitochondrial function. Mitochondria are the power plants of the cells, where the energy for all life processes is generated.
DHEA may help slow down the production of fats and acids that attribute to the aging process. It has also been known to have cancer-fighting and weight loss properties.
These natural substances combined may significantly support a healthier, more youthful body. Fortunately, science has found a natural way to achieve these anti-aging results.
Amazing Homeopathic Advances
Homeopathy is a natural, therapeutic stimulation of the body’s own defenses to correct and alleviate symptoms and has been used for over 200 years. According to The New England Journal of Medicine (1993), approximately 2.5 million Americans used Homeopathy in 1990. It is a rapidly growing part of health care. Thanks to recent advances, natural substances that promote HGH production (recumbent HGH, Deer Antler, Arginine, Lysine, Glutamine, CoQ10, Pregnenolone, L-Acetylcarnitine, 7 keto DHEA and others) have all been successfully combined in the new Master HGH™ Homeopathic Oral Spray.
This incredible homeopathic formula can effectively help support raised HGH levels in your body and restore a natural, youthful vigor and zest for life. As an oral spray, it is immediately absorbed into your bloodstream when sprayed under your tongue, helping to bring you fast results of higher HGH levels.
Thousands of medical studies have proven that increasing your levels of HGH can produce dramatic visible improvements in physical, mental and emotional well being within just weeks! Master HGH™ Homeopathic Oral Spray was designed with HGH potentiators to safely help stimulate increased levels of HGH in your body, significantly supporting the loss of fat, removal of wrinkles, regrowth of hair and improved memory retention, vision, immune function and energy. Don’t let life pass you by. You can jump back in with both feet! Do you want to live a healthier, longer life with the new Master HGH™ Homeopathic Oral Spray?
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