Human Growth Hormone
by Wendell B.
(Houston, Texas, USA)
Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
Hi, I would like to know what the difference would be in using the glutathione accelerator or any human growth hormone product.
I am a little bit skeptic about all this hype because I have tried with human growth hormone supplements and after more than 4 months I am not convinced that it's helping me with anything.
Why should I believe in glutathione??Answer:
Great question! I will try my best to answer it!
Although Glutathione (GSH) and Human Growth Hormone (HGH) have many very similar benefits (youthfulness, vitality, improved sex drive, more energy, etc.) they are quite different.
First of all, Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a hormone whereas, Glutathione (GSH) is an antioxidant.
As we age, our bodies GSH levels tend to go down on an average of about 10-15% every 10 years.
It is often assumed that our HGH levels also go down as we age. That is NOT true, however.
Recent research indicates that the body's production of Human Growth Hormone DOES NOT decline with age. Rather, it is our ability to utilize HGH efficiently that is declining with age
The very same things that contribute to poor health (toxins, stress, poor nutrition, low GSH levels, lack of exercise, etc.) also interfere with the body's ability to properly utilize HGH.
So by improving your health you also help your body to more fully utilize your HGH efficiently.
(For example: Sugar stalls and inhibits the bodies release and utilization of HGH, while exercise helps to encourage the release and utilization of HGH.
Fasting also has many health benefits including effectively raising our bodies ability to more fully utilize HGH. --No doubt a contributing factor to why people who fast on a regular basis tend to look much younger than their peers.)
By increasing your body's glutathione levels you are helping to increase your body's overall health. A healthier body is more able to effectively and efficiently release and utilize its human growth hormone supply.
Interestingly, one such study
revealed increased levels of DHEA and IGF-1 -- hormone markers related to the amounts of HGH released and available for utilization in the body.