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Archive for December, 2007

Why is Super Human Growth Hormone superior?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007

Super Hgh is the premiere human growth hormone releasing formula for many reasons. It’s dual-action is a major reason. Our type of formulation has been reported to actually regenerate an organ or gland, while amino acids and herbs can help the pituitary gland release its own hormone. Also, the processing method called Alpha TrisequeleneT allows maximum benefits from the unique ingredients.

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How long does HGH take before I can see results?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007

There are many variables to this question, but most tend to notice positive effects in as little as 2 -4 weeks. However for maximum benefits and significant changes a 3 month program is recommend and continued use will provide ongoing benefits.

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Super Human Growth Hormone Benefits

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007

HGH Benefits assessments on Strength, Exercise & Body Fat:

-showed an 88% increase in muscle strength
-showed an 81% increase in muscle size
-showed an 72% improvement in body fat loss
-showed an 81% improvement in exercise tolerance
-showed an 83% improvement in exercise endurance

HGH Benefits assessments Skin & Hair:

-showed a 71% improvement in skin texture
-showed a 68% improvement in skin thickness
-showed a 71% improvement in skin elasticity
-showed a 51% improvement on wrinkle disappearance
-showed a 38% improvement towards new hair growth

HGH Benefits for Healing, Flexibilty, & Resistance:

-showed a 55% improvement of healing old injuries
-showed a 61% improvement of healing other injuries
-showed a 71% improvement on healing capacity
-showed a 53% improvement on back flexibility
-showed a 73% improvement on resistance to common illness

HGH Benifits for Sexual Dysfunction Function:

-showed a 75% improvement in sexual potency and frequency
-showed a 62% improvement in the duration of penile erection
-showed a 57% improvement on frequency of nighttime urination
-showed a 58% improvement on hot flashes
-showed a 38% improvement on menstrual cycle regulation

HGH Benefits for Energy, Emotions, & Memory:

-showed a 84% improvement in energy levels
-showed a 67% improvement on emotional stabiltiy
-showed a 78% improvement on attitude towards life
-showed a 62% improvement in memory

Is Super Human Growth Hormone FDA approved?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007

Super human growth hormone is approved for adult growth hormone deficiency, while Saizen is FDA Approved for use in pediatric children who are hgh deficient. Serostim is FDA Approved for aids/hiv.

What ingredients are used in Super HGH?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007

Certified Natural Super HGH is all natural, and made from the finest hight-quality ingredients available. To take more information about the ingredients, you should click here

Can i use Certified Natural HGH without prescription?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007

Yes, you can. Because Certified Natural HGH is an all natural nutritional supplement containing only the finest botanicals, there is no need to obtain a prescription.

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Are there any Side Effects from HGH?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 20th, 2007
12 20th, 2007

HGH Human GrowthHormone deficient adult patients!

The recommended dosage at the start of HGH Human Growth Hormone therapy is not more than 4 capsules/day. The dose may be increased according to individual patient requirements to a maximum of 5 capsules/day. One bottle of HGH will last yot 15days. For 1 month you’ll can have 2 bottles of HGH.

Natural Human Hormone As The Next Antidepressant?

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
12 12th, 2007

Novel treatment strategies for major depression with broader treatment success or a more rapid onset of action would have immense impact on public health, a new study published in the December 1st issue of Biological Psychiatry explains. This new study reports findings that support the evaluation of a potential new antidepressant agent.

According to the lead author on this study, Kamilla Miskowiak, MSc: “Although depression is often related to problems in the chemistry of the brain, recent evidence also suggests that there may be structural problems as well with nerve cells not being regenerated as fast as normal or suffering from toxic effects of stress and stress hormones.” This led the researchers to evaluate the effects of erythropoietin (Epo), a hormone naturally produced by the kidneys that stimulates the formation of red blood cells and is known as a treatment for anemia. The authors explain that new evidence shows that Epo also “has neuroprotective and neurotrophic effects in animal models and affects cognitive and associated neural responses in humans,” suggesting that it may be a candidate in the treatment of depression.

In this study, Miskowiak and colleagues evaluated the effects of Epo on the neural and cognitive processing of emotional information in healthy volunteers using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). They found that Epo regulated the emotional responses of those volunteers that received it, similar to the effects of current canadian antidepressants.

Ms. Miskowiak explains that “this finding provides support to the idea that Epo affects neural function and may be a candidate agent for future treatment strategies for depression.” John H. Krystal, M.D., Editor of Biological Psychiatry and affiliated with both Yale University School of Medicine and the VA Connecticut Healthcare System, confirms its potential: “Epo appears to have neurotrophic effects in the brain in animals. The current data suggest that Epo may modulate human brain activity associated with the processing of emotion. Together, there may now be sufficient evidence to justify evaluating the antidepressant effects of Epo and related compounds in humans.”