Weight Loss Through HGH

HGH docs 68 300x206December 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.

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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.

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Fed Up With Looking in the Mirror and Not Liking What You See?

man looking in a mirror 300x200Fed up with looking in the mirror and not liking what you see?

Discouraged that your workouts are not delivering what you need?

Sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?

Then it’s time to take action! Add DIM to your supplement menu and stop letting estrogen rob you of your manhood!

Ask any doctor. They will tell you the grim fact: their male patients over 40 have many complaints they never suffered from in their youth.

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Low Testosterone Affects a Third of Young Men with Type 2 Diabetes

type 2 diabetes low testosterone 200x300New 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.

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