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Chicago Testosterone and HGH

As the third-largest city in America, Chicago is an international center of finance, education, technology, transportation, industry, commerce, and telecommunications. The “Windy City” also has a fascinating history, unique shopping opportunities, several beaches stretching Lake Michigan's shores, colorful art venues, a broad range of cultural attractions, enchanting architecture, and a vibrant sports montage of professional teams in all the major sports.

Let’s take a look at several of the many attractions of “The City of the Big Shoulders”…

  • The CME Group. Located in downtown Chicago in an area known as “the loop,” a tour of the CME Group building is an excellent place to feel the vibrancy of “Chi-Town.” The world of commodity futures and options trading is a whirlwind of adrenaline and fast-paced financial action where fortunes are made and lost in seconds. The Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) was established on April 3rd, 1848, and was the first grain futures market in the United States. Later, commodity futures contracts were added on cattle, hogs, pork bellies, and bonds. Chicago was the ideal spot for the giant exchange due to its efficient railroad infrastructure, closeness to the nation’s agricultural growing areas, and its position as a vital transit point for livestock. In 2007 the CBOT merged with the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) to form the CME group. A statue of Ceres, the Roman goddess of wheat, sits atop the building.
  • Are you a fan of professional sports? Then you’re in luck if you are in Chicago. The city is home to the Major League baseball teams, the Cubs and White Sox, the National Basketball Association (NBA) Bulls, the National Football League (NFL) Bears, and the National Hockey League (NHL) Blackhawks. Wrigley Field has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1914 and was the site of Babe Ruth's famous "called shot" during game three of the 1932 World Series when he pointed his bat toward the exact location where he hit the next pitch for a home run. For sports fans, there is always something going on in Chicago!
  • Chicago Crime Tour. While not representing “The Second City’s” finest moments, there is undoubtedly a strange, morbid allure and fascination about the infamous events in Chicago in prior eras. The St Valentine’s Day Massacre, Al Capone, Frank Nitti, The Untouchables, The Biograph Theater where the notorious bank robber John Dillinger was gunned down by the FBI, serial killer H.H. Holmes, child killers Leopold & Loeb, the Thompson sub-machine gun (aka “The Tommy Gun” and “The Chicago Typewriter”), and more crime’s all here.
  • The Adler Planetarium. Self-proclaimed as an “Escape to the Stars,” The Adler Planetarium more than lives up to its advanced billing. Events include Adler at Night when the Adler stays open late, the Celestial Bash, Scopes in the City, a detailed journey through our solar system, space exploration, meteors and meteorites, early Islamic and Chinese astronomy, and ancient telescopes and sundials. A little-known fact is a close relationship that early stargazers had with astrology, and the Adler presents details of this popular but often misunderstood ancient method of divination.
  • Wills Tower. Better known as the Sears Tower, the Willis Tower is a 110-story, 1,450-foot skyscraper which serves as a vantage point to take in the picturesque scenery of downtown Chicago. On bright days you can see across Lake Michigan, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Elevators skyrocket to the top in less than a minute. On the observation deck, known as the Skydeck, glass boxes known as “The Ledge” offer a panoramic view that must be experienced in person to be fully appreciated.
  • Michigan Avenue and the Magnificent Mile. The Magnificent Mile is quintessential Chicago and is what makes “My Kind of Town” such a tourist magnet. From countless shopping attractions, exquisite restaurants featuring all types of national and international delights, 5-start hotels, baronial architecture, unparalleled entertainment of every type, and the chance to take a leisurely stroll on the banks of the Chicago River on the Lakefront Trail, get an up-close look at the engineering marvel of the gears at work on one of the 18 movable bridges take in the scenic views of Lake Michigan and the city skyline, or just relax in one of the recreation areas, gardens or parks, there is something here for everyone. Just don’t forget to take pictures!
  • Lincoln Park is a thoroughly relaxing and exhilarating experience. One visitor described the park as “Lincoln Park is to Chicago what Central Park is to New York City” and is a green oasis in the city. Don’t be deceived by the name; Lincoln Park is not merely a park. It is also home to the Lincoln Park Zoo, the Lincoln Park Conservatory, and the Chicago History Museum. The zoo promises to be “the place in Chicago for all things wildlife,” and with over 200 creatures from all four corners of the globe, it meets its promise. The zoo places great emphasis on sharing the vital importance of conservation. The surrounding area is home to several eye-catching statutes of historical giants like Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, and Ulysses S. Grant and boasts of an idyllic floral garden.
  • Museum of Science and Industry, Opened in 1933, the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) is considered one of the most impactful and momentous museums in this city of museums. The exhibits include submarines, dinosaurs, coal mines, trains, planes, extreme weather, buildings, ships, agricultural technology, geology, outer space, and the repeatedly apparent numerical patterns, from small plants to galaxies. If you think math is drab and boring, the engrossing exhibit of numbers in nature will make you see math in an entirely new way.
  • Art Institute of Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago hosts a collection of artworks without boundaries of time or location. Even casual folks with no genuine interest in art will be immersed in the vast array of exhibits. This museum is a must-see of African art, medieval renaissance, Asian art, classical art, modern works, and dozens of well-known artists.
  • Field Museum of Natural History. The Field Museum of Natural History is loaded with an astonishing 20 million exhibits that cover such diverse anthropological and biological rarities from sciences like zoology, biology, paleontology, geology, anthropology, botany, archaeology, ornithology, ethnology, and a library consisting of over 275,000 books dedicated to these topics and more. Do not be in a hurry when you enter these doors!
  • There is more to see in Chicago, way, way more. The Buckingham Fountain pumps out thousands of gallons of water each minute through almost 200 never-tiring nozzles...The observation deck in the John Hancock Center is named 360 Chicago for another astonishing view of the city...The Chicago Theater that launched the careers of such famous luminaries as Bill Murray and Tina Fey...The Oriental Institute Museum that will take you back in time, way back to art treasures as old as 100,000 BC...The Shedd Aquarium that allows you to “Look Nature in the Eye” by getting up close to aquatic animals...The Rookery Building that was remodeled by Frank Lloyd Wright, one of America’s most prolific architects and designers...Millennium Park, where there are constant events, films, concerts, and more...enough things to do and places to see to keep you going for weeks!

But you must be energetic and vigorous to enjoy what Chicago offers

Hopefully, you can see that Chicago is loaded with attractions, entertainment, history, architecture, and so many things to see and do. But you can’t enjoy all the Windy City offers if you are not in good health. And that is where our Chicago hormone replacement clinics come into the picture.

As we age, our levels of critical hormones such as human growth hormone (HGH) and testosterone plummet. Without a proper hormonal balance, the quality of our lives craters due to a broad range of adverse health issues such as:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Unwanted weight gain and fat accumulation
  • Increasing brain fog, loss of mental sharpness, and growing confusion
  • Continual joint aches and pains.
  • Loss of muscle mass and strength.
  • Insomnia and a lower quality of sleep.

Our clinics are specifically designed to combat these life-wrecking afflictions. We have a holistic approach when dealing with these conditions, including specific advice on nutrition, hydration, physical fitness, stress reduction, supplements, and restoring your hormones to a more youthful level.

Our programs are uniquely created for YOU...and no one else. We will consider your family history and current condition and proceed from there.

We have several hormone clinics in the greater Chicago area that are conveniently located.

Contact us for a no-obligation, FREE consultation and learn more about the services we have provided countless people in the past – and what we can provide for you.

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