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There seem to be some very effective supplemental myostatin blockers now – the most obvious being epicatechin from cacao – 400mg per day
Others include creatine, leucine, HMB, decorin, sulforaphane, & green tea extract.
Creatine & epicatechin seem to be the simplest combination. But the epicatechin would need to be caffeine free.
Add to this specific training strategies that have been found to block myostatin of which there are several.
Blocking myostatin is neither expensive or intellectually difficult.
However there are the side effects of delayed wound healing & tendon weakness.
Both of which are alleviated with HGH – and HGH seems to get along just fine with myostatin blocking. No conflict.
So the best natural way to boost HGH is the sauna – 2-3 hours per day can increase HGH 1600%. Add in the other strategies to boost HGH & it seems that this is the solution to myostatin blocking risks.
This is a special report I decided to make having come across a product claiming to contain HGH and HGH precursors.
The product looked great, many of the purported advantages of HGH supplementation or enhancement are very appealing.
· Increase Muscle Mass and growth
· Improved sleep
· Reduced stress
· Anti depressant
· Increased energy
· Improved cholesterol profile
· Improve immune system function
· Strengthen nails and hair
· Improve cardiovascular and respiratory functions
· Decrease body fat
· Reduce wrinkles & age spots
· Restore hair condition and color
· Improve memory
· Improve vision
· Enhances effects of exercise
That’s quite a list of benefits and the list on the sales page was very similar. As a bodybuilder and health enthusiast I could not help to become excited.
Now I already have researched HGH in the past but I did not want to be injecting myself with hormones.
So, when I came across the term “secretagogue” that changed things somewhat.
A secretagogue is a pro-hormone stimulant that causes the body to naturally produce and secrete its own hormones at a greater level.
The natural balance is maintained within the body.
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This article examines the role of growth hormones in helping bodybuilders to achieve significant muscle gains.
Many experts feel that supplementation with growth hormones offers exciting possibilities to adult bodybuilders, especially those aged over thirty. They should not be taken by anyone aged under twenty. In the past growth hormone was available only in injectable form but recent years have seen the development of HGH precursors and more advanced delivery systems. The most popular means of taking growth hormone boosters today include sub-lingual spray, homeopathic pills and capsules containing HGH secretagogues.
That’s all very well, but do these supplements have any place in bodybuilding? To answer this, we’ll need to look first at what growth hormones actually do.
Human Growth Hormone is responsible for the regulation of insulin, protein synthesis, transportation of amino acids across cell membranes and fat metabolism. Clearly, these are processes that are of relevance to serious bodybuilders. Users have reported higher energy levels, enhanced libido and greater cardiac output. In addition, superior immune function, lowering of blood pressure and improved cholesterol levels have been documented. Add in other potential benefits like improved sleep, shorter recovery times, quicker regeneration of damaged muscles and you can begin to understand why some experts are excited by the possibilities offered to bodybuilders.
No adverse side effects have been reported when used as directed but persons aged under twenty should not use growth hormone boosters without consulting a health care professional familiar with HGH therapy.