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HGH Releasers

By Sudha K

HGH Releasers, the least expensive of HGH products, basically provide the building blocks of the 191 amino acid human growth hormone (L-group amino acids such as L-valine and L-arginine). They are not actual HGH in the sense that they are still a few laboratory processes away from being called actual HGH.

Though touted as a less-expensive alternative to prescription Human Growth Hormone injections they should not be confused with actual HGH. They are more like stimulants that encourage the natural release of Human Growth Hormone from the pituitary gland in the brain.

HGH Releasers - Effects

These releasers effect a natural production and release of the HGH. If they succeed in such stimulation , they initiate a sucession of events that retard the bodily aging process and reverse certain symptoms. Noticeable effects are:

    Weight loss Increased in muscle mass and lower body fat Improved skin and skin tone and fewer wrinkles Stronger bones Speedier recovery from illness and injury

There are specialized blends of homeopathic HGH, growth factors, and potent amino acid releasers which are better packaged to stimulate greater production of human growth hormone by the anterior pituitary gland in the brain.

For instance, Sytropin. Sytropin is one of very few HGH releasers that combine homeopathic HGH with proven growth factors and potent amino acid releasers to maximize the effectiveness per each dose. (All Sytropin ingredients comply fully with the FDA's GRAS listing requirements for HGH products, and have been shown to have no known complications or side effects.)

Sytropin is one of the only HGH supplements available today that combines both releaser amino acids, and true secretagogue human growth hormone (within FDA regulations) into one powerful supplement.

Sytropin combines potential with actual power, stimulation with catalysis, and initiates a start-up so gentle yet effective that you can rest assured of the very optimum results, given a little patience of course!

The B vitamin, niacin, L-arginine, L-lysine, L-glutamine, L-ornithine, glycine have also been given the status of being natural Human Growth Hormone Releasers.

Human Growth Hormone- A word of caution

HGH depletes potassium and restricts the actions of insulin. Hence, diabetics and borderline diabetics are advised to use HGH releasers with care. L-Arginine and L-ornithine may either improve or worsen diabetic conditions, aggravate existent psychoses, and in some cases may even reactivate latent herpes viral infection. Persons who have ever had ocular or brain herpes should not use these products.

HGH - Miscellaneous

HGH release is better when releasers are taken on an empty stomach before exercise or at bedtime. When it comes to dosage it is ideal to start with about 25% of target quantity and increase intake gradually over a period of a few days to minimize the occurrence of occasional minor side effects like nausea. It has been also suggested that HGH release may be improved if 1 to 3 grams of choline and 1/2 to 2 grams of pantothenic acid are taken simultaneously.

Learn More:
Sytropin HGH - Official Sytropin HGH website.
Advice HGH - Detailed research on human growth hormone (HGH) and IGF-1 supplements. Information and clinical studies on Growth Hormone products. Sound HGH advice without all the hype.
About the Author
Sudha is an internet marketer and enjoys writing on various subjects. Reach him at ani seo firm.

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