|How it Works
|What is HGH?
Human growth hormone is known as the Master Hormone or the "Hormone
of Youth". It controls the release of many other hormones in the body
and is made by the pituitary gland in the center of the brain. During childhood,
HGH directs the growth of the body. In adults, HGH begins to decline steeply
with age. This decline is associated with many of the effects of aging.
Hundreds of studies have been done on the use of HGH in adults. It has been
found to raise energy levels, enhance lean muscle, decrease body fat, strengthen
the heart, improve cholesterol, fortify bones, smooth out wrinkles, sharpen
memory, improve sexual function, regenerate damaged tissues, boost the immune
system, and improve sleep.
contains a specific combination of amino acids and other nutrients that
naturally stimulate the release of your body’s own HGH. It is called
a "secretagogue". It causes the pituitary gland in the brain to
secrete or release more of its own natural HGH. Unlike sprays, this product
is in a pill format and it goes directly into the bloodstream for faster
results. It's delivery system provides ten times greater absorption than
|Who Should Use HGH?
Any adult over 30 who is experiencing the effects of aging and who wants
to look and feel younger by reversing the aging process of their body. It
is not recommended for persons with health conditions, people taking prescription
medicines, for people who currently have or have had cancer in the past,
or for pregnant or lactating women. Raising one’s HGH levels has been
proven to reverse the changes in body fat, muscle mass, and bone density
that take place during the years of aging.
|Research and Statistics
|The original scientific studies done on human growth hormone were done
with injections of the synthetic drug form of HGH. More recently, it has
been discovered that natural nutrients and amino acids, which are provided
in an effective delivery system can also successfully raise HGH levels in
|Studies Done on Vitamin Boost's LifeFactor, Nature's HGH
April 2002 -- The Journal of Longevity
"Natural HGH Liposome Activator
The Journal of Longevity recently published the first placebo-controlled
study of a natural HGH activator. A liposome is a fatty-like substance such
as lecithin -- the same substance contained in most of the body's cell membranes.
The liposome jacket assists the active ingredients past the cell wall and
into their target cells.
|November 2001 - The Millenium Health Centers
A secretagogue is a substance that causes the body to secrete or release
more of it’s own HGH. This study found a significant increase in HGH
after only one month of the secretagogue use. HGH repairs and rejuvenates
almost every organ in the body. This Phase I study was done with 16 participants
who were tracked for one month. They ranged from 37 to 59 years of age.
At the end of 30 days, there was a 25% increase in HGH levels on the average.
Studies Done with Injections of the Drug-Form
According to the V.A. Medical Center and Department of Medicine, Stanford
University Medical Center:
"It is possible that chronic physiologic HGH …replacement therapy
might reverse or prevent some of these "inevitable" sequelae
(results) of aging". (Study of HGH therapy in the elderly - March
The Kobe University School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan,
conducted a study entitled "Effect of …human growth hormone
in elderly osteoporotic women". The researchers found that "HGH
attenuates (reduces) the decrease in muscle strength and bone mass as
well as the gain of abdominal fat with aging in elderly women. The present
data provides useful information about the application of HGH treatment
in elderly women."
The New England Journal of Medicine
published a study in July 1990 entitled: "Effects of Human Growth
Hormone in Men Over 60 Years Old". The researchers concluded that
the administration of human growth hormone for six months, was accompanied
by an 8.8 percent increase in lean body mass, a 14.4 percent decrease
in body fat, and a 1.6 percent increase in bone density. The HGH therapy
reversed the changes that would normally take place during 10 to 20 years