All the HGH we will ever need is stored in the Pituitary gland in the brain.
As we grow older, less and less is subsequently released. When less and less
is released, our metabolism slows down and it's then much easier to put on
Our body's primary period for healing is while we sleep. This is when the
pituitary gland releases recombinant human growth hormone for use in
repairing and building the body. HGH precursors (HGHP) can provide optimum
support for proteins used during this repair cycle. So HGHP supplies the body
with the necessary nutritive materials known to be used to promote the
natural release of recombinant Human Growth Hormone while you sleep. And to
fuel all of these healing processes, construction and rebuilding, the body
burns fat for energy (increased body temperature).
When the right welltrients are supplied to the body, the pituitary begins
releasing this hormone again into the system while asleep, and we may be
able to lose weight while we sleep. HGHP are the known welltrient factors
thought to be important for supporting the body's release of HGH back into
the system. And when that happens, the pounds begin to naturally disappear.
Generally, HGHP reduces the symptoms of Menopause and Hot Flashes. But
because HGHP does stimulate the hormonal systems, including the pituitary
gland, some youthful conditions may start to return.
After menopause the pituitary gland releases increased levels of luteinizing
hormone (LH). There is an association between pulses of LH secretion and the
onset of hot flashes. The hot flashes (in menopause and perimenopause)
happen when the hypothalamus/pituitary boosts the LH and FSH release in an
attempt to revive ageing ovaries or non-existing ovaries (ie hysterectomy).
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