Are you familiar with HGH? If you are following this blog, i’m sure you know now what’s HGH for but for those who don’t, let me tackle it one more time. HGH stands for Human Growth Hormone and it occurs naturally in our body. The main function of this hormone is obviously to stimulate growth and the one responsible for cellular regeneration. This actually reminds me of my Biology class way back in high school when my teacher discusses us about the function of Endocrine system. I tried to look back at some of my Biology books ( Biology is my favorite subject by the way) and check again how exactly this Endocrine glands work. Endocrine glands are the one that secretes hormones in our body. Each hormones have specific functions. Insulin Hormone for example is responsible to regulate the concentration of glucose in the blood. Glucagon and Epinephrine act almost the same as Insulin. Another great example of hormones would be the HGH which is produced by the pituitary gland. It promotes healthy growth in children and teens during a time when HGH is being produced and released by the pituitary gland to the body at a high rate. However, this hormone diminishes as we grow older. This is also the reason why they developed a what so-called hgh releaser not to promote growth development but also to act as an anti aging supplements. It has proven effective for weight loss too. But of course, you have to be very wise in choosing the right product.
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