recently, hGH, also called somatropin, was mainly used in the treatment
of bone deficiency problems in children. Recently, researchers have found
that this hormone is also effective in reversing the distribution of fat
deposits in the body and in stimulating muscle growth. Today, an increasing
number people are turning to their physicians for a prescription of hGH
(at a monthly cost averaging $500).
is hGH the fountain of youth many believe it to be? is it
safe? Several of studies are presently being conducted to answer these
questions and determine proper dosages. Unfortunately, the results may
not be available for a few years. Among the side effects known to be potentially
linked to hGH are certain cancers, joint pain, and fluid retention. Most
experts advise against using hGH until more studies have been completed.
We strongly agree. If you want to start looking younger now, we recommend
that you stick to proven anti-aging products and that you sweat off the
pounds the traditional way. In the gym.
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