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Ask The Beauty Stop: What is HGH?

Question: I am getting ready to turn 50. I wasn’t aware of how important SPF was in my youth and I look far older than I am. I have been looking into options that don’t involve knives. I heard about HGH therapy and some think it’s the miracle treatment that will solve aging problems. Is it true?

Ah yes, HGH is being equated to the Fountain of Youth. HGH stands for Human Growth Hormone. You might have heard about this in conjunction with SeroVital-hgh which was featured on Dr.Oz.

It is a single chain peptide that is produced your brain. While making the rounds in your body via the bloodstream, it passes through fat cells and can shrink them and then hits your muscle cells stimulating lean muscle growth which results in looking tight and toned. When it reaches your skin it increases collagen production and strengthens your skin structure resulting in tight, firm and smooth skin.

Sounds great and naturally produced by your brain. However, like all things that seem too good to be true, there is catch. As we age, our HGH production hits a huge decline around our late teens/twenties. So, some are turning to a therapy that involves prescription injections that cost around $1400-$1600 a month.

SeroVital-hgh will cost about $100 a month. On top of the price tag comes a controversy. Some experts believe that injecting HGH into the body will disrupt the natural production of the peptide.

PROS: Studies showed the oral compound (SeroVital-hgh) increased bioactive, serum growth hormone levels by nearly 700%.

CONS: It’s not “magic.” You won’t get results just by popping a pill. Like everything, diet and exercise are a must. So it is more of a support system for your hard work. For SeroVital-hgh, you will need to take it on an empty stomach. You will have to wait at least 2 hours after your last meal and not again for at least another 2 hours. Side effects can include: nerve, muscle, or joint pain, swelling due to fluid in the body’s tissues (edema), carpal tunnel syndrome, numbness and tingling of the skin or high cholesterol levels.

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