Dr David Donatelle AAASI Medical Director Director of Clinical Studies
The World Medical Community Embraces the Positive Effects of Maintaining
High Levelsof Human Growth Hormone As We Age.
As noted by eminent Physician and researcher Dr. Daniel Rudman, MD and published in the New England Journal of Medicine (1), an adult with higher levels of circulating human growth hormone (HGH) maintains a better state of physical and mental health, then a person with low or no circulating HGH as they age. The positive effects of keeping HGH levels at a youthful level as we age, both maintains youthful physical function as well as helping to reverse the process of aging, as outlined in "Grow Young with HGH" by Dr. Ronald Klatz MD (3) director of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is the chemical that, when released by the anterior pituitary, circulates through the body managing a cascade of positive effects. As a person ages the level of HGH decreases. Otherwise healthy adults over the age of 60, release about 80 % of what they would as a youth (3). Bringing the body back to its youthful level of growth hormone release, in a natural and non-invasive way, will help to extend life, maintain good health and can even help reverse the affects of aging.
A high level of HGH will affect: (1)
Enhanced sexual performance
Greater cardiac output
Enhance immune function
Improved cholesterol profile
Elevation of mood
At present there is an overwhelming amount of research being done on the positive effects of increased HGH levels. Exogenous GHRF (Growth Hormone Releasing Factor) in conjunction with the secretion of endogenous GHRF from the hypothalamus, will cause an increased release of the bodies own HGH from the anterior pituitary. This can increase the circulating levels of the bodies own HGH which can aid in the anti-aging process. The American Anti Aging Society Inc. continues to lead in clinical research to demonstrate the effectiveness of GHR-15 on increasing endogenous levels of growth hormone in otherwise healthy adults.
GHR-15 has been developed to provide a mechanism by which the bodies own reservoir of HGH can be released, when with aging, the release of HGH progressively diminishes.
GHR-15 is made up of bovine hypothalamus, bovine pituitary, a grouping of amino acids along with a number of naturally occurring health promoting ingredients. Each has been shown to aid in the process of increasing the release of our own HGH.
1. Dr Danial Rudman, MD : New England Journal of Medicine
2. Klatz, Ronald, 1955- Grow young with HGH: the amazing medical proven plan to reversing aging / Ronald Klatz, with Carol
3. Neuroendocrinology. 1999 /Apr: 11 (4): 299-306
4. Neurobiology of Aging. 2006 Feb; (2): 318-23