HGH Is Your Loyal Soldier in the War On Aging

 In Anti-Aging, General Health

Have you ever known a person whose appearance made it nearly impossible to judge their age? Either they were one of those “blessed” individuals who seemed ageless, and looked remarkably similar every time you saw them, no matter how much time had passed . . . or they looked much older than their actual age, and you were shocked to learn how “young” they actually were. Two of the biggest causes of aging are the presence of free radicals in the body, and chronic inflammation in parts of the body. As you may have guessed by now, controlling these two issues can make the difference between being “ageless” or old before your time, and HGH may play a key role in helping you fight against premature aging.

Free Radicals

You may have heard a lot about “free radicals” in medical literature and health news. These little atoms or molecules are a normal result of cell function, but they can be highly damaging to your body over time. The reason for the damage free radicals can do on your cells has to do with the way these little structures work. They are actually like an advancing army that attacks your cells and brings molecules over to the “dark side,” essentially turning your body’s healthy molecules into free radicals themselves, causing a chain reaction that can set into motion disease, health conditions and cell death.

Normal atoms and molecules are very balanced, with pairs of electrons. However, free radicals have only one electron, and, like a small child who spies another child with a toy he would like to have, seek to take an electron from another molecule so they can complete their pair. Of course, once the other molecule loses it’s electron, it goes out and tries to steal one from another molecule, creating a deadly domino effect where the “broken” molecule that lost it’s electron can no longer function in a healthy manner.

Where does Human Growth Hormone enter into this equation? Normal levels of HGH in the body can actually help your body fight against free radicals and the damage they cause to your molecules and atoms, and ultimately your cells. Having healthy cells is one key to being healthy, because damaged cells eventually cease to function and die, leading to disease in tissues and organs. This is why having optimal HGH levels is key to healthy organ function.


Inflammation leads to lots of uncomfortable and downright painful conditions. Your body responds to tissue damage from traumatic injury, bacteria, toxins, heat, and other causes with inflammation through a swelling response, helping to keep whatever is harming the tissue isolated and hopefully unable to cause more harm. However, when there is chronic inflammation over months or years, it can be associated with diabetes, depression, heart disease, cancer and other health conditions that lead to aging, sickness and eventually, premature death.

The scary thing about inflammation is that many people don’t know it is going on inside their body until it’s too late. Normal short-term, or “acute” inflammation, is the body’s healthy first response to injury or infection. But chronic inflammation, due to recurring or long term infections, habits like smoking, or conditions such as gum disease and obesity, can actually cause the health of your body’s tissues to deteriorate. Once again, HGH can play a key role in reducing unhealthy inflammation, restoring healthy inflammatory response, and reverse the effect inflammation has on how you look and feel.

Your body is constantly fighting against time, environmental factors, genetics, and other influences against it, and the damaging effects of this fight can become pronounced as you age. Using your hidden weapon, Human Growth Hormone, can be the difference between looking and feeling aged or ageless! Which do you choose?

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