Human Growth Hormone – Part 3

by Drs. Gurney & Marina Pearsall 23. May 2014 06:18

Drs. g and m pearsall

Is human growth hormone (HGH) right for you?  Ask yourself these questions:

1.       Do you have increased fat around the waist?

2.       Was your puberty delayed?

3.       Do you have low energy levels?

4.       Has your exercise tolerance decreased?

5.       Have you lost muscle mass?

6.       Have you experienced weight gain?

7.       Do you have feelings of anxiety or depression?

8.       Is your skin thin and / or dry

9.       Do you have lipid (cholesterol) disorder?

If you answered YES to any of the questions above, we recommend you undergo an Anti-Aging evaluation to verify your HGH status. The physicians of the Longevity Centres of America recommend the following tests: IGF-1, IGF BP-3 or undergoing an Arginine/Geref HGH Stimulation Test.  The reason for this is that circulating levels of HGH stimulate production of insulin like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) from the liver. You can think of HGH as the hormone that gets the ball rolling, but IGF-1 does most of the work. The amount of IGF-1 or Somatomedin-C tends to mirror the amount of HGH that is produced by humans. Because blood levels of IGF-1 are more stable, labs often test for HGH levels by testing for IGF-1 levels.

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