HGH Medical Guide
New research has revealed that approximately one third of men aged 18-35 with type 2 diabetes have low testosterone levels.
Dr. Paresh Dandona and colleagues from the State University of New York at Buffalo measured circulating testosterone levels in 38 men with type 1 diabetes and 24 men with type 2 diabetes. Results showed that testosterone levels were significantly lower in participants with type 2 diabetes than they were in men with type 1 diabetes. 33% of participants with type 2 diabetes were found to have low testosterone levels, whilst 58% had testosterone levels that were below normal for their age. In comparison, just 8% type 1 diabetic patients had testosterone levels below the lower limit of normal.
The Facts About Cholesterol...the Truth May Surprise You! Cholesterol. The word itself conjures up all sorts of scary images: so-called...
The Surprising Link Between Diabetes and Growth Hormone Diabetes. Like an ugly, insidious monster it is continually expanding, snagging more...
Did you know: Sarcopenia is increasing among senior citizens at a blistering pace? Sarcopenia is the cause of many severe...
What is a Nutraceutical:
A Nutraceutical is any vitamin, mineral, supplement, trace element or bio-botanical plant based substance which has known healing value to people and is produced or isolated for public consumption with the highest purity - pharmaceutical grade purity. It is a very exacting process to make a true Nutraceutical which involves sending the healing substances from plants to a biotechnology company where the active ingredient of benefit to people is highly concentrated and then standardized to a milligram dose so it can be controlled properly.
Note: Why you should only buy products from legitimate medical organizations (like ours).
Marina del Rey woman arrested in HGH case
By Larry Altman Staff Writer
Article Launched: 07/30/2008 12:09:34 AM PDT
A Marina del Rey woman has been charged with selling human growth hormone, fake Botox and a facial filler over the Internet to spas across the country.
Rana J. Hunter, 60 - who used the name Julia Lynn Forbes to run her business - operated Westgate Distributors, a company that sold HGH and counterfeit Botox and Restylane, authorities said.
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Let's take a look at a major contributor to the aging process and what it can tell us about slowing the ravages of time on our health. The factor we will explore is cortisol, a hormone that controls dozens of vital functions in the body. When cortisol levels are too high or too low, rapid-aging processes accelerate.
Some people like Meredith Averill, 61, and her husband, Paul McGlothin, 60, believe they may have the answers and they're putting themselves to the test in their quest for longevity.
The couple has been practicing calorie restriction for the last 14 years.
Calorie restriction is the only proven way to extend life to animals and, now, studies are getting started in humans.
Averill and McGlothin are the subjects of one such study.
They are calorie restrictors, eating only specific amounts of foods that are high in nutrition but low in calories -- foods like vegetables, fruits, and beans.
Real HGH (Somatropin) Brands The method of manufacturing Human Growth Hormone (HGH) that is most often used now is through...
Taking exercise, not drinking too much alcohol, eating enough fruit and vegetables and not smoking can add up to 14 years to your life, a study says.
Research involving 20,000 people over a decade found those who failed on all criteria were four times more likely to have died than those who succeeded.
The findings held true regardless of how overweight or poor they were.
December 19, 2008
A recent report reveals that human growth hormone may be beneficial in helping obese patients with weight loss.
Patients involved in the study lost an average of about 5 pounds.
Calculated dose aids weight loss in obese patients, study finds
ST. LOUIS, USA - A controlled dose of growth hormone may help people who are obese lose weight and maintain the energy to exercise, new research at Saint Louis University shows.
Stewart Albert, M.D., professor of internal medicine in the division of endocrinology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine and Arshag Mooradian, M.D., chair of the division of endocrinology at Saint Louis University, presented their findings at ENDO 2003, the 85th Annual Meeting of The Endocrine Society, which took place in Philadelphia from June 19-22.