HYPE – Heard:
In with the new and out with the old is more than a New Year adage this December as super changes are taking place in the fitness industry. Rumor has it that a new company with a fresh agenda has set it sights on hastening the evolution of fitness. Although the details are unclear, we’ve picked up fresh chatter from industry sources about their first product…
Widely associated with performance enhancers, athletes and hormone replacement therapy, Human Growth Hormone (HGH) has become a household term since the 1980s. Despite its connection to the extreme end of the fitness industry, the effects of HGH have undergone numerous studies and it has since come to be seen as a possible way to slow the aging process, increase muscle growth and metabolic rate because of its anti-aging properties.
At age 30, the average adult male begins to see a decline in HGH production, decreasing at a rate of about 2% per year, with low GH levels resulting in slowed metabolism, decreased muscle mass, increased risk of disease, and lower energy. Studies performed suggest that increasing GH to a more optimal level helps reduce body fat, increase energy levels, protect against injury and disease, and increase muscle mass (1, 2, 3). But these same studies all indicate that supplementing synthetic HGH can actually lead to a multitude of side effects.
So how can we increase our own HGH production naturally without the nasty side effects of the synthetic versions? It turns out that supplementing l-dopa and arginine have positive effects on the natural production of HGH in our bodies (4), by as much as 221%. A rumored product (code name “Youth GH”) is set to hit the market in 2018 and is said to provide both of these in addition to other compounds that promote better sleep, as natural HGH production spikes during sleep. Overall, it aims to aid in protein synthesis, body fat reduction, stronger bones and joints, better sleep, and increased muscle mass.
Keep your eyes on Strong Supplement Shop to learn more about the results and an expected release date of this potentially age-defying product.