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HGH (human growth hormone) was isolated in the form of somatotropin in 1956. HGH is present in the body at a rate of 500 micrograms at any time in the blood of males between the ages of 20 and 30.
It's produced by the anterior pituitary gland under the stimulation of the Hypothalamus (like LH, the testosterone precursor). But the problem is that HGH starts to decline in the body as we grow older. After the age of 30 it declines by 25 percent every decade, so by the time you hit 60 you are operating at 25 percent of original capacity.
If HGH was present in the same amount throughout our lives we'd easily live to 140, be several inches taller and a lot more muscular which is why it is currently been researched as a very effective anti-aging supplement. It may soon be legally marketed as the secret to achieving the fountain of youth and will be administered as a low dosage from the age of 30.
The benefits on the body are astounding and without a doubt the best part is that when taken in the correct doses there are no apparent side effects, which is what studies are now so desperately trying to prove to the authorities in order it to be accepted for the market generally. The list of benefits in a nutshell is the following:
HGH promotes and increases the synthesis of new protein tissues, such as in muscle recovery or repair. Recently completed research suggests its involvement in the metabolism of body-fat and its conversion to energy sources. Tests were conducted in obese people and medical use in treating obesity was proven beyond a doubt. Pros have used HGH as a way of maintaining and increasing lean mass while dieting for years.
HGH produces more energy
It may improve sexual performance
It builds stronger bones
Improves the quality and duration of heart and kidneys
It is important to note that 75 percent of your total daily HGH output is produced while sleeping, and most of that in REM sleep.
When working out it is no big secret that intensity is the key in stimulating your own production of HGH. The general rule of thumb when working out you should never train longer than 45 minutes because that's when HGH tapers off and cortisol production sets in. But the half-life of HGH can be influenced with diet and the correct rest time between the next intense workout.