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Sunday, October 23, 2005

HGH Releasers Decrease Fat While Increasing Lean Muscle

Human growth hormone (HGH) is produced throughout your life from the pituitary gland -- the "command central" of all hormonal messages in your body. It is responsible for all adolescent growth peaks but greatly decreases to about 80% from ages 21 to 61. Studies found out however that HGH could be produced by the pituitary gland in about the same level as in one’s youth, if properly stimulated.

Originally, HGH products were available in expensive injections of HGH derived from donors' pituitary glands. The HGH molecule simply couldn’t absorb into the bloodstream by other methods because it’s too large to pass through the walls of the digestive system. Thus, HGH releasers were created. This is a formula used to trigger and stimulate the pituitary gland to produce and secrete more HGH itself. This way, HGH goes into your body just as nature intended -- through the glandular system.

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