Are There Natural Alternatives to Human Growth Hormone?

Injection SyringeHuman growth hormone, also known as HGH, is one of the potent anti-aging treatments known to medical science. Unfortuantely, HGH is also one of the most expensive anti-aging treatments created by medical science.

Costing from $3,000 to $10,000 a month, HGH is entirely too expensive for most people who would benefit from it. And many of the people who can afford HGH object to the fact that it cannot be taken in the form of a pill. It has to be administred by injection.

Alternatives to Human Growth Hormone

For all of these reasons, many people look for alternatives to human growth hormone. It is important to keep in mind that these alternatives are not “the real thing.” They at best only stimulate the body to make its own HGH. And some “alternatives” are of no value at all.

HGH Supplements Do not Work

Most of the “all-natural” pills, tablets, and capsules provide arginine and glutamine, the two amino acids that stimulate the pituitary gland to make its own HGH. A good sign that the product really works is that you have to take at least four and probably six capsules every day. It’s simply not possible to get enough arginine and glutamine to really make a difference from a single capsule that is small enough for the average person to swallow. Effective formulas are offered by Ultimate HGH and GenF20.

Why HGH Cream for Wrinkle Treatment Does NOT Work?

HGH-stimulating creams may work, but they are only likely to work with the help of a skin-pentrating technology like galvanic technology. A cream you dab on the skin is likely to stay right there on the surface of the skin. It may give the appearance of erasing wrinkles as the proteins in the cream combine with perspiration and atmospheric moisture to “plump up” on the surface of the skin. The first time you wash your skin, however, you wash off the protein and wrinkles and lines are visible once again.

For Anti-Aging, Use Ultrasound Technology

Which products should you choose? Your best bet is a combination of any good wrinkle cream (not advertised as helping make HGH) and the amino acids  the pituitary gland needs to make HGH, plus Fyola ultrasound. There is no reason to apply the amino acids the body uses to make HGH to your skin. That is because HGH is made by the pituitary gland inside your brain, not by your skin.

Apply skin products to your skin, and may sure they penetrate by using Fyola ultrasound. Then take the arginine and glutamine your pituitary needs to greatly increase its production of HGH for benefits throughout your body, including your skin.

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