The body naturally produces growth hormone in the pituitary gland and is responsible for cell growth and regeneration. Increasing muscle mass and bone density is impossible without hGH. This molecule also facilitates joint and ligament repair, as well as skin regeneration.
It also plays a major role in maintaining the health of all human tissue, including that of the brain and all vital organs. Maintaining optimal growth hormone levels play an integral role in maintaining health and vitality and remains the body’s “anti-aging” hormone.
When secreted, hGH remains active in the bloodstream a few minutes, which is enough time for the liver to convert it into important growth factors, one of the most crucial of which is insulin-like growth factor-1, or IGF-1, which boasts a host of anabolic and healing properties.