HGH Facts: What to Eat and What to Avoid

 In Anti-Aging, Nutrition

Eating for good health is also eating to boost your natural HGH levels. If you are interested in feeling more energetic and looking younger, no matter what your age, then what you eat can play a big role. Here’s a look at what to eat and what to avoid to keep those HGH levels optimal.

What to eat:

Eating a healthy diet is one of the best things you can do for your body. There are also certain foods that you can eat to help your body boost your natural HGH. In order for your body to produce optimal levels of the human growth hormone, it needs a few key ingredients, and you can get these from supplements, the foods you eat, or a combination of both. These key HGH boosters are the antioxidants vitamin C and E, and amino acids, especially L-arginine and L-citrulline. Your intake of these nutrients will work to support HGH production.

Foods rich in antioxidants are good for your body for many reasons, and they can also help you increase your HGH levels. Choosing foods such as berries, avocados, salmon, nuts, beans, broccoli, and whole grains will give you the necessary antioxidants. To get your amino acids, choose walnuts, dark chocolate, soy and almonds. Plus, lean proteins like eggs and fish such as tuna, plus foods with omega-3’s like fish oil, flax seed oil, pumpkin seeds and sardines can give you a natural boost.

What to avoid:

Processed foods can wreak havoc on many different parts of your body, and your levels of HGH are a good example of this. If your diet features processed sugars and carbohydrates, you will likely notice it physically, because you will begin to feel less energetic, and possibly begin to gain weight! Also, those types of foods spur your body to produce insulin, which in turn decreases the production of HGH. Also, drinking alcohol will also decrease your body’s ability to produce HGH, especially if you drink alcoholic beverages late at night.

Doing all you can to help your body increase it’s production of HGH as you get older and levels start to naturally decline will help you feel and look younger. Eating HGH-boosting foods, exercising, and taking the necessary supplements will ensure your good health for years to come.

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