Many people are in search of shortcuts to boosting their life expectancy and they don’t take advantage of available research information.
The kind of exercise that is most effective in raising HGH levels are non-aerobic, strength producing in nature. Exercises with weights, for example, that are done for strength and not endurance, where the body is pushed to its limit.
Medical science has known for some time that even modest potassium deficiency causes growth hormone and IGF-1 suppression.
Although these findings have not received much attention we are very curious why the medical industry does not pass this information along to us!
Almost every function in the body has some connection with HGH and it is critical for the body to generate it for you to function properly. However, with age you produce less HGH, a lot less.
HGH helps with wrinkles and is the only anti-aging treatment that actually makes people look younger.
The key proteins of your skin are collagen and elastin. As you have age there is a decrease in the manufacture of new collagen and elastin and even an actual change in structure.
Spreading out protein consumption allows for greater absorption and more efficient use of ingested protein.
Furthermore, frequent protein feedings keep your blood amino acid pool “topped-off” so your muscles always have a ready supply of amino acids to use as building blocks and the construction of a more efficient physiology.
Contrary to the popular conception of sleep as an idle and inert state, it is, in fact, an active physiological event.
Within the outward motionless body, electro-neurological oscillations and cascading hormones define the biologic turbulence of sleep.
Because of the number of HGH products on the market it can be confusing to say the least. I am are regularly asked, “Why should I take an HGH Supplement?”
That’s a legitimate question. After all, millions of people don’t take HGH and they seem to get along just fine.