Frequently Asked Questions

What is HGH (human growth hormone)?

HGH is one of the most abundant chemical messengers secreted by the pituitary gland. HGH production in high quantities is essential to growth during childhood and adolescence, but also must remain present in lower levels as we age to maintain our health and vitality.

At 40 years of age, blood levels of HGH may be 60% lower than at age 20. Decreases in human growth hormone are often accompanied by the so-called symptoms of aging.

It is important to remember that everyone’s HGH production declines significantly as they age.

Can anyone take HGH supplements?

Only adults should take them. People with diabetes, cancer, or heart problems should consult with their physician. It is important that pregnant women should stay away from ALL health products or supplements, unless specifically prescribed by their doctor.

Are HGH supplements safe?

After the unprecedented HGH study by Dr. Rudman, warnings about the risks of human growth hormone began to circulate. Most of the concern was centered on the abuse of injections by athletes who were attempting to increase their performance levels.

Historically, side effects have only been seen in patients who have been administered high levels (too much) of synthetic HGH human growth hormone by injection.

Is it true that only HGH injections are effective?

That is simply NOT true. There are numerous texts written on subject of raising HGH levels with the use of non-injection HGH supplements and products. Effective products encourage the pituitary gland to increase HGH production, naturally.

At what age should HGH supplements be taken?

Highest during Adolescence HGH begins a decline during the 20’s and the impact of which are generally not noticed. At 30 the impact of HGH decline is starting to be noticed. Health experts agree that at 30 it’s a good idea to begin HGH supplementation.

Can an adult get taller with HGH?

If a person is still in the growth stage then it may help the growth rate of long bones. However, for adults, no, it will not make you taller.

Is there a test for HGH levels?

HGH has a very short lifespan and yet IGF-1 is available in the body constantly. IGF-1 is the actual protein that is responsible for all the anti-aging results and you can have your IGF-1 levels monitored with either a blood or saliva test. Lower levels clearly indicate a need for HGH supplementation.

What is IGF-1?

IGF-1 is a natural protein required for normal growth and health maintenance and is often referred to as a “growth factor.” IGF-1 is structurally and chemically similar to insulin and is normally present in almost all body tissues and fluids including human breast milk and saliva. Abnormally low levels of IGF-1 are associated with several disease conditions including dwarfism, malnutrition, osteoporosis and infertility.

It has been suggested that a decline in IGF-1 levels in human tissue causes many of the degenerative changes associated with aging. Effective HGH supplementation specially helps increase these IGF-1 levels and to act as a natural source for increased energy, elevated mood, younger looking skin, improved memory, increased muscle mass, enhanced sexual function and more.

Once your HGH supplement coaxes the pituitary to secrete HGH into the bloodstream it is shuttled to the liver and converted into IGF-1 and other growth factors.