Super Human Growth Hormone

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HGH Ingredients


HGH’s Proprietary Blend of Ingredients includes:

Mucuna Pruriens: Also known as velvet bean or cowhage, this herb has been used medicinally for centuries in India.1. Mucuna seeds contain L-Dopa, an amino acid involved in the production of dopamine, a neurotransmitter in the brain. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system.2 The main cause of Parkinson’s is not known, but a deficiency in dopamine (due to the depletion over time of dopamine-producing cells) is a major factor. For this reason, L-Dopa is used as an anti-Parkinson’s Disease drug (i.e. Levodopa) and is now available in supplements, such as Certified Natural’s Super HGH, as well.

L-Lysine: One of nine essential amino acids that cannot be produced by the body from other nutrients. Lysine does many things in the body because it is a part of many of the body’s proteins. Studies suggest it also aids in calcium absorption and the formation of collagen for bone, cartilage and connective tissue.

L-Arginine: A vital amino acid and the precursor to nitric oxide in the human body. Nitric oxide is the most essential substance influencing sexual functions in men, inhibiting the vasoconstriction or outflow of blood from the extremities due to narrowing of the blood vessels. As an added bonus, L-Arginine has been shown to play a major role in decreasing other cardiovascular problems.

L-Glutamine: L-Glutamine is a protein amino acid found in all life forms. It is the most abundant amino acid in the body, and vital to protein synthesis and energy production. Without L-Glutamine, which is stored primarily in the skeletal muscles, there would be no production of lymphocytes, the white blood cells that make up the body’s immune defense.

L-Glycine: L-Glycine is the simplest amino acid in the body. Useful in increasing output in exercise workouts, Glycine, found in collagen, helps trigger the release of oxygen to the cellmaking process in the body. It helps create the hormones needed for a strong immune system.

Pyroglutamate: Pyroglutamate is the L-arginine salt of pyroglutamic acid.. Some animal studies have shown that pyroglutamate plays a role in memory enhancement. How it does this is still being studied, but pyroglutamate appears to increase acetylcholine production, boosting the number of acetylcholine receptors, and improving communication between the left and right hemispheres of the brain.

L-Tyrosine: L-Tyrosine is an amino acid precursor to epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine, all important brain neurotransmitters that elevate the body’s metabolic rate. Studies have shown that L-Tyrosine can also be helpful in reducing fatigue. Tyrosine is used by the thyroid gland in the production of Thyroxine, a vital hormone involved in regulating growth, maintaining the metabolism, skin health and mental state.

Korean Ginseng: (Panax ginseng): Commonly used by athletes for overall body strengthening, Ginseng fortifies the adrenal gland, promotes healthy circulation, and boost vitality. Ginseng stimulates the central nervous system and is known as a quick antidote for fatigue.

Soy Phosphotides Complex: Constituents of certain amino acids, necessary for cell division and components of amino acids, phosphotides are phosphorus-containing lipids (liquid fats) that may actually contribute to overall lipid lowering in the body by binding to and utilizing them in cell membrane maintenance and damage prevention of arterial walls.

Phytosterol Complex: Phytosterols are nearly identical to cholesterol in the body; in fact, they can and do block food-based cholesterol from entering the system. This means that both phytosterols and ingested cholesterol are flushed from the system.

L-Isoleucine: One of the nine essential amino acids that the body cannot manufacture by itself, Isoleucine, used in conjunction with L-Leucine and L-Methionine, is necessary for muscle building as well as muscle recovery after exercise.

L-Leucine: L-Leucine, in conjunction with L-Isoleucine and L-Methionine, plays a key role in the growth and repair of muscle tissue, and prevents the breakdown of muscle tissue due to trauma, exercise or stress.

L-Methionine: L-Methionine is a sulfur-containing amino acid needed for energy production in the body. Along with L-Isoleucine and L-Leucine, L-Methionine is vital for muscle growth, repair and breakdown of muscle tissue due to trauma, exercise or stress.

L-Phenylalanine: L-Phenylalanine is an amino acid said to promote a feeling of fullness by stimulating the release of substance known as cholecystokinin from the wall of the small intestine.

L-Threonine: Useful in the reduction of high-blood pressure and as a possible stress-reliever, LThreonine assists the metabolism, enhances the immune system, and aids in the formation of collagen, tooth enamel and elastin; all three useful components in perpetuating a youthful appearance. It also helps prevent fat build-up in the liver and aids in maintaining the proper protein balance in the body.

L-Valine: Another essential amino acid, L-Valine is involved in protein synthesis, energy production, and muscle metabolism. Helpful in maintaining the balance of nitrogen in the body, L-Valine works best with L-Isoleucine and L-Leucine.