Human growth hormone (HGH) is produced naturally in our bodies, but the levels decline as we age. Since the 1980’s it has been possible to supplement using recombinant growth hormone to maintain youthful levels of HGH, resulting in numerous benefits to mind and body, but Human Growth Hormone can have a number of side effects if unmonitored and if it is taken in too great a quantity. But the disadvantages of HGH supplementation are a thing of the past with the development of sermorelin. Sermorelin is a small peptide molecule that stimulates the pituitary gland to produce and secrete human growth hormone naturally, rather than just adding from an external source.
Listen to the radio broadcast below to hear Human Growth Hormone expert Dr Richard F Walker talk at length about Semorelin
HGH has the ability to reduce subcutaneous fat, which is the fat found just below the skin. It has also been clinically proven to increases lean muscle mass, enables faster repair to damaged parts of the body, increase stamina and promote a general increase in rate of metabolism.
By stimulating the pituitary gland, sermorelin preserves more of the growth hormone neuroendocrine axis. This axis is the first to fail during the ageing process and by preserving it, a more youthful outer-body and a youthful physiology can be attained.
Unlike Human Growth Hormone injections sermorelin is easy to administer and can be stored at room temperature. A dropper full of sermorelin each evening held under the tongue for 60 seconds before swallowing, is all that’s required.
Using Sublingual sermorelin gives the aging individual all the benefits of increased HGH levels such as reduced subcutaneous fat, increased muscle mass and increased stamina, but is simple to use and has none of the negative effects of simply supplementing with human growth hormone.
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Disclaimer: Please note that only your own physician can determine your precise needs, but in order to give you some information these answers are based upon the ‘average person’ and clinical/ published results.
Do you know of any studies demonstrating that oral administration of Sermorelin does produce higher levels of HGH?
A small study has been done but we are not yet allowed to release results pending its publication. Dr. Walker has talked about this subject in some detail however in his latest interview which is uploaded here: http://www.antiaging-systems.com/articles/273-interview-with-dr-richard-walker