Bean Soup Boosts HGH and IGF-1 Levels

Broad Bean SoupGrowth Hormone Soup is a releaser that boosts HGH levels and provides a safe and natural alternative to boosting Human Growth Hormone.

Researchers stumbled on a new way to boost HGH (Human Growth Hormone). They wanted something that could provide muscle building and fat reduction but was natural and safe. Well, they found one. [1]

It’s called dopamine…a substance naturally produced by your own body. (It’s actually a neuro-transmitter and manufactured by the brain) But there was a problem with this… our body’s cannot digest dopamine that we eat. So the next logical place to look was – dopamine pre-cursors… raw materials the body uses to build dopamine[2]

The best pre-cursor is the amino acid l-dopa and it is contained in Vicia Faba… or as many of us would know it… Broadbean! Yes, the common Broadbean is full of l-dopa!”

What’s more, a study performed in Australia at the Monash Medical Center demonstrated that the l-dopa content in 100 grams of growth hormone soup – broadbean pod mixture was 250mg (a dosage equivalent to the prescription dosage of an l-dopa [3] treatment for Parkinson’s disease).

The researchers concluded from the study – Vicia faba HGH soup produced equal L-dopa [4] circulating blood levels to several prior fasting studies, providing twenty five percent L-dopa per weight of bean and pod mixture. Vicia faba has enough raw L-dopa to qualify as pharmacologically potent.

So, in a nutshell growth hormone soup can effectively and cheaply provide l-dopa [5] which your body converts to dopamine… which is a B2 agonist that is the bases for muscle and fat burning. Now, here’s the best part… Dopamine is one of the most powerful HGH releasers.

Not only do we have a food (Broadbean) which can act as a B2 agonist, it also boosts HGH. And boosting HGH also boosts igf-1 [6] and testosterone… two strong anabolic hormones! Why not have a cup of broadbean soup before you workout? And for those who want to restore youth, have a cup of growth hormone soup before bed, because this is another time the body naturally releases HGH into the bloodstream.

I suggest you follow the recipe below point-for-point… it’s no ordinary bean soup recipe… this special soup includes the pods. This is critical because the research that provided the proof that broad beans contain active L-dopa [7] actually used a broad bean pod mixture of beans and pods. In fact, the pods contain a higher concentration of l-dopa than the actual bean.

Also make sure that the Broad Beans you purchase are young… because young beans contain larger amounts of l-dopa. [8] Don’t sell yourself short on the cream either…the hormones (HGH) we’re going to boost will be aided by the animal fat in the cream. (the body manufactures the hormone testosterone from Cholesterol) On the surface it may look like an ordinary soup recipe… however, behind the scenes quite a bit of clever pharmacology is happening.

So don’t change the Recipe! 🙂


  • 32 ozs fresh young Broadbeans
  • 1 small Onion, peeled and chopped
  • 4 cloves Garlic, peeled and chopped
  • 6 tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 1 quart water (approx)
  • 6 tablespoons Whipping Cream
  • 1 small bunch of Mint, picked and sliced


  • Remove the pods from the broad beans, keeping the pods. Wash then chop into small pieces.
  • Sweat the chopped onion and garlic in the olive oil for about two minutes.
  • Add the pods from the beans then sweat for a another 3 minutes or until soft.
  • Cover with the water then bring to a boil.
  • Simmer for about five minutes then add 1/2 the beans.
  • Boil for a another five minutes then puree and strain through a fine sieve.
  • Blanch the remainder of the beans for 1 minutes then add to the pureed soup with the cream.
  • Reboil, add sliced mint and serve.

Serves 4


[1] US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. L-dopa stimulates release of hypothalamic growth hormone-releasing hormone in humans. Available from:
[2] Science Direct. Plasma growth hormone response to L-dopa. Available from:
[3] Examine. L-DOPA. Available from:
[5] New England Journal of Medicine. Stimulation of Human-Growth-Hormone Secretion by L-Dopa. Available from:
[6] Science Magazine. Growth Hormone Responses to L-Dopa in Depressed Patients. Available from:
[7] Research Gate. Growth hormone inhibitory and stimulatory actions of L-dopa in patients with acromegaly.. Available from:
[8] Eric. Growth Hormone Response after Administration of L-dopa, Clonidine, and Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone. Available from:

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