I take my HGH supplements every single day, once in the morning and once again in the evening. This occurs whether I’m at home or off somewhere on vacation. As important as these supplements are, I know they can increase my HGH production even more when they are synergized with HGH friendly functional foods.
After reading this article you will most likely want to organize your meals around these foods too.
The foundation for HGH boosting nutrition is similar to that for HGH boosting supplements. I cannot overstate the importance of supplements for antioxidants like vitamin C and E, and for amino acids like L-arginine and L-citrulline, which all work to support either the direct or indirect action of HGH production. It is important to understand that many of these essential fuels for the body are also available in a wide variety of foods.
In many cases even the most dedicated person cannot consume large enough quantities of these functional foods to meet the body’s total HGH requirement – hence the need for supplements. However, is is wise to to provide as much of these critical nutrients as possible through your food intake.
The goal of this article is to show you that your body performs best when you feed it the nutrients it requires through the combination of HGH supplements and the food you choose to eat.
HGH Friendly Foods
The good news is that there is a wide variety of foods to choose from that can enhance your HGH production and overall health.
Be aware, this list is not completely exhaustive, so if there is a food you like that is not on the list, I urge you to check into its nutritional properties.
Foods Rich In Antioxidants
Black beans (dried)
Granny Smith apples
Red kidney beans
Foods Rich In L-Arginine
Foods Rich In Protein
Foods Rich In Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Cod liver oil
Heart Health Fats
Olive oil (pure & virgin)
The Facts about Fat
I recommend that you cut back on the high-fat meats and dairy products for the sake of your HGH production levels and the health of your heart. The same holds for certain plant oils – such as “tropical” oils as palm oil, palm kernel oil, coconut oil – which are high in saturated fats.
You don’t need to “de-fat” your diet completely, but you should take steps to reduce saturated and trans fats. With even moderate dietary adjustments you can make major improvements in your natural HGH production and the over-all well-being of your heart.