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HGH.com Shares Top 10 Benefits of Natural Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Supplements

HGH.com Supplements Are Intended to Naturally Boost HGH Levels to Improve Health, Body, Mind and Strength

BOONTON, N.J., Jan. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Human growth hormone (HGH) has been credited with a variety of positive effects on health and wellness; but since injectable HGH can only legally be prescribed for a limited range of health conditions,* many consumers have turned to natural HGH supplements. HGH.com, an established industry leader that manufactures a range of health and bodybuilding supplements in U.S.-based Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facilities, aims to leverage the advantages of HGH with a range of targeted products.

HGH.com began researching and developing HGH releasers in 1993 and selling over-the-counter supplements through its online storefront in 2003. Today, the company offers a wide array of HGH supplements and conducts ongoing research to drive product improvements.

HGH.com Lists Top 10 Benefits of Their Natural HGH Supplements for 2017:

  • Anti-Aging Supplements: The body's ability to produce HGH declines with age, so boosting HGH levels can help to reverse the visible signs of aging and support optimal physical condition. HGH.com's anti-aging formulations include Somatropinne HGH, HGH 30,000 Nanos pills and spray, HGF Max, Female Hormone Balancer with Sensoril and SkinPerfect Anti-Aging with Collagen.
  • Brain Health Supplements: Because HGH stimulates cell growth and regeneration, it has beneficial effects on the brain and can help improve memory, focus, learning and emotional wellbeing. HGF Max, Somatropinne HGH, and HGH 30,000 Nanos pills and spray all contribute to better brain health.
  • Cartilage Support Supplements: Athletes who engage in strenuous workouts can put a lot of strain on their joints. Consequently, many rely on HGH supplements such as Growth Factor Plus, Cut and Ripped Plus, Somatropinne HGH and HGF Max to promote faster recovery and support healthy joints, cartilage and bones.
  • Energy Boosters/Metabolism Boosters: Energy levels and metabolism often decline with age, so HGH's ability to boost energy, stamina and metabolism can help users maximize the effects of their workouts. Somatropinne HGH, HGH 30,000 Nanos pills and spray, HGH Testosterone, HGF Max, ClenXDV, Ana-GH, DBol-GH, and Cut and Ripped Plus are all formulated to deliver these benefits.
  • Mass Gain: Bodybuilders and athletes frequently turn to HGH supplements to help them quickly build lean mass and muscle. HGH.com's mass builder products include DBol-GH, A-Max 50, Dekka, RoidX Juice, Ana-GH, Cut and Ripped Plus, Somatropinne HGH and HGH Spray 30,000 Nanos.
  • Memory Support: To combat age-related memory loss, many adults take HGH supplements such as Somatropinne HGH, HGF Max, and HGH 30,000 Nanos pills. These products help support healthy brain function and improve memory, focus and sleep.
  • Muscle Growth: One of the reasons HGH releasers are especially popular among bodybuilders is their ability to promote rapid muscle growth. HGH.com muscle builder formulas include Growth Factor Plus, A-Max 50, Dekka, RoidX Juice, HGF Max, Winadrol, ClenXDV, Ana-GH, DBol-H, Cut and Ripped Plus, Somatropinne HGH, and HGH 30,000 Nanos pills and spray.
  • Skin Care, Hair and Nails: Among the key anti-aging effects associated with HGH are improved skin texture, elasticity and moisture, as well as longer and stronger hair and nails. SkinPerfect Hair, Skin and Nails supplements deliver these and other benefits, as do Somatropinne HGH, HGF Max, and HGH 30,000 Nanos pills and spray.
  • Weight Loss Pills: HGH supplements have the ability to boost metabolism and burn fat, helping users achieve rapid weight loss and long-term weight loss. HGH.com offers several formulas that can aid in weight loss, including Hydrox Slim, Female Hormone Balancer with Sensoril, ClenXDV, HGF Max, Somatropinne HGH, and HGH 30,000 Nanos pills and spray.
  • Height Growth Supplements: One of the primary uses of prescription HGH is to treat poor growth and idiopathic short stature in children.* Many adults have sought similar benefits from over-the-counter HGH releasers such as Growth Factor Plus and Somatropinne HGH.

"Our supplements are formulated with natural ingredients that are designed to increase the body's production of HGH, thereby maximizing these benefits," explained Smith. "Thousands of satisfied clients rely on HGH.com products to achieve different health, fitness and bodybuilding goals, and to help keep their mind and body in the best shape possible."

HGH.com is currently offering a special promotion of 20.17% off all orders over $100 with the promo code 2017. Explore the full range of natural HGH, bodybuilding and fitness supplements at http://www.hgh.com.

 

About Purity Select and HGH.com:
HGH.com is an established provider of natural human growth hormone (HGH) bodybuilding and overall health supplements that are designed to benefit consumers naturally through dietary supplementation and provide an alternative to prescription medicine. In 2010, Purity Select acquired HGH.com and continues to offer an exclusive line of supplements for bodybuilding, muscle growth, low testosterone, increased strength, endurance, weight loss, anti-aging, and other health and fitness goals. All Purity Select products are manufactured in the United States through Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facilities to ensure optimal quality. The company's ongoing commitment to quality, innovation and customer service has positioned Purity Select and HGH.com as leading brands within the bodybuilding supplement industry.

* Drug Enforcement Administration. Human Growth Hormone; fact sheet; August 2013. https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_chem_info/hgh.pdf

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2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic Results & Winners

2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic

Beach Bodies Classic
July 25            
Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place,
Satellite High School Theater, 300 Scorpion Court, Satellite Beach, Fl 32937
Organizer: Maz Ali, NPC
Phone: 321-768-0200
Event: NPC

Beach Bodies Classic is known for its amazing atmosphere and competitors from all around the areas who enter this competition to showcase their posing skills and challenge with the very best to make it to the pro level. Congratulations to all participants of the 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic held in Satellite Beach, Florida. The championships were hosted by Maz Ali and included events such as bodybuilding, physique, bikini, and figure. This national qualifier show hosted many great looking competitors from all around the nation. HGH.com, a leading manufacture of natural HGH Pills and best bodybuilding supplements is proud to present the winners from each event. 

Following are the top overall winners for each of the events:

Men's Bodybuilding heavyweight Winner
1. MICHAEL STRAIM

Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding
1. DAVID RICH
2. PAUL LINTON
3. JOHN FRUGOLI
4. MIKE HILL
 

David Rich Light Heavyweight Winner 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic

          Paul Linton Light Heavyweight 2nd 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic

David Rich
Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding (1st)
Paul Linton
Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding (2nd)

 

Middleweight Bodybuilding
1. VINCENT IORIO

Lightweight Bodybuilding
1. PASCUAL VALENTIN
2. BRYCE WRIGHT

Novice Bodybuilding
1. PAUL LINTON
2. JOHN FRUGOLI
3. PASCUAL VALENTIN
4. BRYCE WRIGHT

Teen Bodybuilding
1. BRYCE WRIGHT

Masters over 35 Bodybuilding
1. DAVID RICH
2. JOSEPH KIYOSE
3. BRETT FERNANDEZ
4. RALPH ROBINSON

Masters over 50 Bodybuilding
1. JOSEPH KIYOSE
2. MIKE HILL

Figure Class A
1. JENNIFER HILL
2. KAYLA OBREIN
3. JANIS LONG
4. LINDA DOYLE

Kelsey Diaz Figure Class B 1st 2015 npc Beach Bodies Classic

            Jennifer Hill Figure Class A 1st 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic

Kelsey Diaz
Figure Class B (1st)
Jennifer Hill
Figure Overall Winner and Class A (1st)

 

Figure Class B
1. KELSEY DIAZ
2. KELLY STONE

Figure Class C
1. THERESA REGAN
2. NIKKI WOXBERG
3. KRISTI LOWENTHAL
4. ALLISON GIVENS

Figure Masters Over 30l
1. NICOLE NERSTHEIMER
2. ALLISON GIVENS

Figure Masters Over 40l
1. JENNIFER HILL
2. NIKKI WOXBERG
3. THERESA REGAN
4. JANIS LONG
5. ANGELA IORI

Bikini Class A
1. ZDRAVKA MAKSUROVA
2. ANNA FOX
3. CHRYS ROLLY
4. KATIE PAQUETTE
5. MELISSA WALLACE

ZDRAVKA MAKSUROVA Bikini Class A Overall Winner 2015 NPO Beach Bodies Classic

           Anna Fox bikini class a second 2015 npc Beach Bodies Classic

ZDRAVKA MAKSUROVA
Bikini Class A (1st)
ANNA FOX
Bikini Class A (2nd)

 
Bikini Class B
1. KATHERINE ADAMITIS
2. ANGELICA HANKINS
3. MELISSA SONNENBERG
4. NICOLE TOOLIN
5. PARKER BRANTON

Bikini Class C
1. JILL MORROW
2. KIERA JOHNSON
3. ALYSSA CARUSO
4. K. REILY SWITZER
5. SAMANTHA TIRRI

Bikini Teen
1. TAYLOR FUTCH
2. SAMANTHA TIRRI

Bikini Masters
1. KATHERINE ADAMITIS
2. ZDRAVKA MAKSUROVA
3. JILL MORROW
4. MELISSA WALLACE

Mens Physique Class A
1. KEITH MCINTOSH
2. PAUL LINTON
3. JOSEPH KIYOSE
4. NICOLAS SERRANO

KEITH MCINTOSH Physique Class A Overall Winner 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic

           PAUL LINTON Physique Class A 2nd 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic

KEITH MCINTOSH
Physique Class A (1st)
PAUL LINTON
Physique Class A (2nd)


Mens Physique Class B
1. KWI RUBIO
2. SEAN ADAM
3. ADAM WRIGHT
4. JUSTIN HUMBERGER
5. SEAN MILLER

Mens Physique Class C
1. TED BAKER
2. TOM MOREY
3. JESSE AYRES
4. ROGER BROCHU
5. JASON PAQUETTE

Teen
1. JAMES CARLSON
2. DENZEL DIXON
3. CHARLES WILSHIRE

Mens Physique Masters Over 35
1. SEAN ADAM
2. ADAM WRIGHT
3. Michael Deguzman
4. ROGER BROCHU
5. TOM MOREY

Mens Physique Masters Over 50
1. MARK RASKIND

Womens Physique Class A
1. KODY JENKINS
2. STELLA TOBIN
3. DEIDRE LENOIR CANNON
4. Danika Erlano
5. Linda Mederos

Womens Physique Class B
1. NICOLETTE BURTON

Congratulations to all of the competitors who participated in the 2015 NPC Beach Bodies Classic Championships. To see all results and photos visit - <http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2015/npc_beach_bodies_classic/>

Be sure to visit the HGH.com blog regularly for the results of other upcoming bodybuilding and fitness competitions.




2015 IFBB Europa Dallas Overall Winners

IFBB Europa Dallas
June 20            
Dallas Convention Center,
650 S Griffin Street, Dallas, TX 75202 United States
Organizer: Ed & Betty Pariso / Scott Templeton
Phone: 214-939-2750
Website: http://www.europaexpo.com/dallas-2015
Event: IFBB Europa Dallas

Following are the top overall winners for each of the events:

Men's Bodybuilding Overall
1. Fred Smalls
2. Renaldo Gairy
3. Akim Williams
4. Jojo Ntiforo
5. Brad Rowe

 

fred smalls bodybuilding winner europa dallas 2015

          renaldo gairy bodybuilding overall second place europa dallas 2015

Fred Smalls
Men's Bodybuilding Overall (1st)
Renaldo Gairy
Men's Bodybuilding Overall (2nd)

 

Figure Overall
1. Andrea Calhoun
2. Tina Nguyen
3. Chaya Boone
4. Rachelle Carter
5. Nadia Wyatt

andrea calhoun figure winner overall europa dallas 2015

            tina nguyen figure second place europa dallas 2015

Andrea Calhoun
Figure Overall (1st)
Tina Nguyen
Figure Overall (2nd)

 

Men's Physique Overall
1. Michael Ferguson
2. Jorge Gonzalez
3. Jordan Fields
4. Aarin Moore
5. Antione Williams

michael ferguson mens physique overall winner europa dallas 2015

           jorge gonzalez mens physique second overall europa dallas 2015

Michael Ferguson
Men's Physique Overall (1st)
Jorge Gonzalez
Men's Physique Overall (2nd)

 

Women's Physique Overall
1. Yasha
2. Nathalie Foreau
3. Melissa Pearo
4. Kristina Dybdahl-Farnsworth
5. La'Drissa Bonivel 

yasha first place winner womens physique europa dallas 2015

           nathalie foreau second womens physique europa dallas 2015

Yasha
Women's Physique Overall (1st)
Nathalie Foreau
Women's Physique Overall (3rd)

 

212 and Under Overall
1. Kyung Won Kang
2. Sami Alhaddad
3. Craig Richardson
4. Tricky Jackson
5. Derik Farnsworth

Congratulations to all of the competitors who participated in the 2015 Europa Dallas Expo Games. You can take a look at the Official Final Results Scorecard - <http://www.ifbbpro.com/results/2015-europa-dallas-scorecards/>. To see all results and more photos visit - <http://contests.npcnewsonline.com/contests/2015/ifbb_europa_dallas/>

Be sure to visit the HGH.com blog regularly for the results of other upcoming bodybuilding and fitness competitions.

 




Bodybuilding Motivation and Inspiration

Inspiration and Motivation for Bodybuilders

There are times when we all need that extra push, a reason to keep going or a kick-start as we begin our journey to achieve a new goal. We've been on the prowl for some great bodybuilding motivation to keep you going or to help you begin anew. What we found was some video encouragement. We discovered the best bodybuilders of 2015, one of the most talked about bodybuilding rivalries around, and six secrets to success for both bodybuilding and life. We also put together a special Bodybuilding Motivation Pinterest board with loads of pins to get you pumped.

The Best Bodybuilding Performers in 2015

Let's take a look at a few of the top contenders for 2015. You can see how they workout with such determination and dedicate their lives to be the best bodybuilders in the world. They do whatever it takes to be at the top and lead the way in the world of bodybuilding. Who motivates you to try harder and dig deep, so that you will join the incredible bodybuilders on this list?

Branch Warren "Quadrasaurus" Roelly Winklaar "The Beast" Kai Greene "The Predator" Hidetada Yamagishi "The Dragon" Victor Martinez "The Dominican Dominator" Dennis Wolf "The Big Bad Wolf" Phil Heath "The Gift"

Arnold Schwarzeneggar’s Six Rules of Success

How can you achieve more? What are the secrets to success? From his bodybuilding career to his stint with establishing an income with real estate to his success as a Hollywood actor to his time as a politician, Arnold Schwarzeneggar has had many notable successes in life. Schwarzeneggar shares his rules to success in life during his 2009 USC commencement speech. These six rules can be applied to your gym training, your bodybuilding efforts, at your job, with your family, for your favorite hobby or just in your everyday life.

Trust Yourself Break the Rules Don’t be Afraid to Fail Don’t Listen to the Naysayers Work Your Butt off Give Back

Motivated by Rivalry

Over the past few years a rivalry has brewed between Phil Heath and Kai Greene. The Predator and The Gift go muscle to muscle in many competitions. Year after year, they've battled for the prestigious bodybuilding title of Mr. Olympia. And year after year, Phil Heath has won the title. Kai Greene has continued to get bigger and better. He doesn't give up and works harder to give it another try. Their special rivalry really came to a head during a rather intense Mr. Olympia 2014 press conference with some serious smack talk. Again, Phil Heath took home the title. Now, we just have to wait with anticipation until the Mr. Olympia 2015 competition to find out who will be the victor.

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Bovine Colostrum Benefits, Uses, Side Effects and Functions

Discover the Function, Sources and Benefits of the Health Supplement Ingredient Bovine Colostrum

Bovine colostrum – also known as bovine immunoglobulin or simply as colostrum – is a milky fluid secreted by a cow’s mammary glands in the first few days after calving, prior to full lactation. Colostrum is also produced by humans and other mammals; however, the primary source of colostrum in dietary supplements is cattle. It contains a number of beneficial substances, including immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, proline-rich polypeptides, cytokines, growth factors, and other vitamins and minerals. Adults can obtain the benefits of colostrum through natural health and bodybuilding supplements such as HGH 30,000 Nanograms pills, DBol-GH, Growth Factor Plus and protein shake mixes.

Functions of Colostrum

The nutrients, antibodies and growth factors contained in colostrum contribute to the health and development of newborns. Similarly, these substances can have beneficial effects for adults when colostrum extract is consumed via dietary supplements. Immunoglobulin and lactoferrin have antiviral and antibacterial properties that support immune system function, while proline-rich polypeptides (PRPs) and cytokines help regulate immune system activity. Furthermore, the cytokines and growth factors in colostrum appear to enhance the protective and repair capabilities of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Colostrum’s growth factors are also believed to improve athletic performance, increase lean body mass, and accelerate muscle recovery and repair.

Sources of Colostrum

Female mammals secrete colostrum from their mammary glands following the birth of a newborn, before full lactation occurs. Infants consume colostrum during their first few days of nursing. Adults generally obtain colostrum through health supplements that contain bovine colostrum – the extract of a cow’s first milk.

Bovine Colostrum Benefits and Uses

Evidence suggests that the health benefits of bovine colostrum include supporting and stimulating immune system function, preventing infections, providing GI protection, treating diarrhea and colitis, and accelerating healing. Bovine colostrum is also used as an ingredient in human growth hormone (HGH) releasers and bodybuilding supplements, as the naturally occurring growth hormones in colostrum are believed to enhance athletic performance, improve body composition, and promote faster recovery from injuries and intense workouts. These performance-related benefits derive from the growth hormones’ ability to help increase lean muscle mass, metabolize fat for fuel, improve stamina, and stimulate cell and tissue growth.

Side Effects of Bovine Colostrum and Potential Interactions

Dietary supplements containing bovine colostrum are generally considered safe for healthy adults, as few side effects have been reported. However, individuals who are allergic to cow’s milk may also have an allergic reaction to bovine colostrum. There have been rare reports of side effects in HIV-positive patients, such as nausea and vomiting. Colostrum may contain high levels of naturally occurring estrogen, so patients with hormone-sensitive cancer should avoid it. There are no known interactions of bovine colostrum with medications. Information on bovine colostrum contraindications is provided on the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center website, while details on colostrum side effects can be found on WebMD. As with any medication or health supplement, it is best to consult your physician before taking dietary supplements containing bovine colostrum.

Colostrum Research and Studies

Considerable research has been conducted on the effects of bovine colostrum, particularly in relation to its health benefits and impact on athletic performance. Scholarly articles published in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, the Alternative Medicine Review and the British Journal of Nutrition explored the clinical uses of bovine colostrum and reported that hyperimmune bovine colostrum has been proven effective in treating diarrhea caused by rotavirus, E. Coli, cryptosporidium, shigellosis, C. difficile infection (CDI) and other GI infections.

In terms of athletic performance, body composition, and healing and recovery, numerous studies suggest that bovine colostrum can have positive effects. In the Journal of Applied Physiology, European researchers asserted that bovine colstrum has the ability to naturally increase levels of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), which may promote protein synthesis. A review of studies published in Sports Medicine cited evidence suggesting that bovine colostrum supplementation is most effective during periods of high-intensity training and recovery from high-intensity training, producing improved intramuscular buffering capacity and increases in lean body mass. In the Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, researchers noted that bovine colostrum improves recovery time. Scientists reported in Nutrition that when bovine colostrum is combined with exercise, it may increase bone-free lean body mass in active men and women. And in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, researchers stated that colostrum supplementation helped improve leg-press and upper-body strength and generated increases in muscle thickness, lean tissue mass and cognitive function in older adults during resistance training.

For additional bovine colostrum research, refer to the PubMed site sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

HGH.com Supplements Containing Bovine Colostrum

Bodybuilders, athletes and fitness enthusiasts can reap the health benefits of bovine colostrum with these natural HGH releasers and bodybuilding supplements from HGH.com:

HGH 30,000 Nanograms Pills – Bovine colostrum is featured in the proprietary blend of ingredients in HGH 30,000 Nanograms capsules. These oral supplements are formulated to naturally boost HGH production while supporting muscle growth and recovery, enhanced muscle conditioning, increased strength and stamina, anti-aging effects and other benefits.

DBol-GH – With a proprietary blend of bovine colostrum and other active ingredients, DBol-GH is designed to help users achieve lean mass and muscle growth as well as anabolic muscle building. It also aids in muscle recovery during intense bodybuilding training. The ingredients are designed to stack and work together, delivering visible results and boosting HGH levels.

Growth Factor Plus – The active ingredients in Growth Factor Plus include L-group amino acids, soy protein isolate and 50mg of colostrum. This powerful combination is intended to increase bone density, improve bone and joint strength, and contribute to a measurable growth in height.

CytoSport EvoPro Berry – Each scoop of EvoPro Berry shake mix contains purified bovine colostrum extract and 26 grams of protein. The formula is more complete than whey, yet has very little fat or carbohydrates. This product has the potential to increase lean muscle mass, stimulate growth receptors and sustain an anabolic state for enhanced protein synthesis.

Mega Shake Strawberry – Blending colostrum extract with other powerful active ingredients, Mega Shake provides 32 grams of total protein per serving. It is formulated to help increase muscle tone, reduce body fat, provide energy, and support muscle growth and repair.

References (Function, Sources, Benefits/Uses and Side Effects/Interactions):

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. “Bovine Colostrum”; published under “About Herbs, Botanicals & Other Products” within Integrative Medicine area of website; last updated April 29, 2013; accessed November 5, 2014. <http://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/herb/bovine-colostrum>

Deuster, Patricia; Maier, Steven; et al. “Protein and Amino Acids Producers: Colostrum Protein”; Dietary Supplements and Military Divers: A Synopsis for Undersea Medical Officers, published by Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; January 2004. <http://hprc-online.org/dietary-supplements/files/DietarySupplementUMO.pdf>

Bruno, Gene. “Colostrum”; Smart Supplementation, published by Huntington College of Health Sciences; 2005. <http://www.hchs.edu/literature/colostrum.pdf>

WebMD and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. “Colostrum”; published under “Vitamins & Supplements”; accessed November 5, 2014. <http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-785-COLOSTRUM.aspx?activeIngredientId=785&activeIngredientName=COLOSTRUM&source=3>

Research Sources:

Antonio, Jose; Sanders, Michael S.; and Van Gammeren, Darin. “The Effects of Bovine Colostrum Supplementation on Body Composition and Exercise Performance in Active Men and Women”; Nutrition; March 2001. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11312068>

Buckley JD, Abbott MJ, Brinkworth GD, Whyte PB. “Bovine Colostrum Supplementation During
Endurance Running Training Improves Recovery, But Not Performance”; Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport; June 2002. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12188088>

Duff, Whitney R.D.; Chilibeck, Philip D.; et al. “The Effect of Bovine Colostrum Supplementation in Older Adults During Resistance Training”; International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism; June 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24281841>

Kelly, Gregory S. “Bovine Colostrums: A Review of Clinical Uses”; Alternative Medicine Review; November 2003. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14653766>

Korhonen, Hannu; Marnila, Pertti; and Gill, Harsharnjit S. “Bovine Milk Antibodies for Health”; British Journal of Nutrition; November 2000. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11242458>

Mero, Antti; Kähkönen, Jonne; et al. “IGF-I, IgA, and IgG Responses to Bovine Colostrum Supplementation During Training”; Journal of Applied Physiology; August 2002. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12133885>

Mitra, Amal K.; Mahalanabis, Dilip; et al. “Hyperimmune Cow Colostrum Reduces Diarrhoea Due to Rotavirus: A Double-Blind, Controlled Clinical Trial”; Acta Paediatrica; September 1995. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8652974>

Shing, Cecilia M.; Hunter, Denise C.; and Stevenson, Lesley M. “Bovine Colostrum Supplementation and Exercise Performance: Potential Mechanisms”; Sports Medicine; December 2009. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19902984>

Steele, Jennifer; Sponseller, Jerlyn; et al. “Hyperimmune Bovine Colostrum for Treatment of GI Infections: A Review and Update on Clostridium Difficile”; Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics; July 2013. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23435084>





L-Tyrosine Benefits, Uses, Side Effects and Functions

Discover the Function, Sources and Benefits of the Health Supplement Ingredient L-Tyrosine, or 2-Amino-3-(4-Hydroxyphenyl)-Propanoic acid

Tyrosine – also known as L-tyrosine and 2-amino-3-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-propanoic acid – is an amino acid that is found in certain foods and produced by the body. It serves as a building block of neurotransmitters and protein, and supports proper organ function. Individuals seeking to boost their levels of L-tyrosine can obtain it through food sources as well as in natural health and bodybuilding supplements such as HGH 30,000 Nanograms, HGF-MAX, A-Max 50 and whey protein mixes.

Functions of L-Tyrosine

As an amino acid, L-tyrosine plays a role in protein synthesis. It is also critical for the production of three key neurotransmitters – epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine – that support the nervous system and influence mood, and it is involved in the production of melanin (skin pigments). Finally, L-tyrosine helps to maintain proper function of the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands, which are responsible for producing and regulating hormones.

Sources of L-Tyrosine

The body naturally manufactures tyrosine from another amino acid called phenylalanine. Dietary sources of tyrosine include soy, eggs, turkey, chicken, fish, dairy (cheese, milk, cottage cheese, yogurt), pork, beef, beans, peanuts, mustard greens, spinach, pumpkin seeds, and seaweed. L-tyrosine may also be consumed as an ingredient within natural dietary supplements.

L-Tyrosine Benefits and Uses

Since tyrosine is involved in producing epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine, it appears to help the body manage the effects of stress. Studies suggest that L-tyrosine may help to enhance memory and mental function under physical and psychological stress, including lack of sleep. It also has been shown to reduce fatigue and increase alertness in individuals who are sleep-deprived.

Numerous sources suggest that L-tyrosine functions as a natural human growth hormone (HGH) releaser, also known as an HGH secretagogue. For this reason, L-tyrosine is believed to have a beneficial effect on athletic performance, helping to build muscle and increase endurance.

Side Effects of L-Tyrosine and Potential Interactions

L-tyrosine supplements are generally considered safe for adults. Some people may experience minor side effects such as nausea, headaches and upset stomach, particularly at high dosages. However, individuals who have been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) or Graves disease should avoid L-tyrosine supplements, as they can exacerbate these conditions due to increased production of thyroxine.

Interactions are possible with some medications. L-tyrosine has the potential to elevate thyroxine levels too high when taken in combination with synthetic thyroid hormones, and it may interfere with the absorption of levodopa (L-dopa) in patients with Parkinson’s disease. L-tyrosine supplements may also cause a severe increase in blood pressure when taken with a class of antidepressant medications known as monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). More detailed safety information on L-tyrosine side effects and interactions can be found on the University of Maryland Medical Center website. As with any medication or health supplement, it is best to consult your physician before taking dietary supplements containing L-tyrosine.

L-Tyrosine Research and Studies

Numerous research studies have explored the impact of L-tyrosine supplements on mental function, memory and alertness, particularly in relation to physical and psychological stress such as sleep deprivation and cold exposure. One such study published in the Brain Research Bulletin examined the effects of L-tyrosine on cadets during a weeklong military combat training course, and found that supplementation improved cognitive performance while reducing systolic blood pressure. Another group of researchers reported in Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine that L-tyrosine supplements had the ability to counteract cognitive performance decreases in subjects required to perform continuous work after losing a night’s sleep. Similarly, an article in Physiology & Behavior stated that L-tyrosine supplements helped alleviate working memory decrements in subjects exposed to severe cold.

In Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athlete: The Anabolic Edge, author Mauro G. Di Pasquale asserted that amino acids such as tyrosine, arginine, leucine and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) all may potentiate HGH secretion. Research into L-tyrosine’s effects on athletic performance, muscle growth and endurance remains ongoing; however, clinical evidence in support of these benefits has not yet been published.

For additional L-tyrosine research, refer to the PubMed site sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

HGH.com Supplements With L-Tyrosine

Athletes, bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts can harness the benefits of L-tyrosine with natural HGH releasers and bodybuilding supplements from HGH.com:

HGH 30,000 Pills and HGH 30,000 Spray – Available in both capsule and spray forms, HGH 30,000 Nanograms promotes HGH production with a powerful combination of L-group amino acids, including L-tyrosine. These oral supplements support muscle growth, fat-burning, increased energy and other benefits.

HGF MAX – These bodybuilding supplements are formulated to naturally boost HGH production with ingredients such as L-tyrosine and other amino acids, which help to build muscle, enhance muscle tone, increase metabolism and improve stamina.

Anapolan Max 50 (A-Max 50) – Designed to help bodybuilders achieve rapid muscle mass increases, A-Max 50 features L-tyrosine and other active ingredients to promote lean muscle gain, stimulate HGH production and elevate testosterone levels.

Multi-Pro Chocolate Whey Protein – With nearly 500 milligrams of L-tyrosine and 24 grams of protein per serving, Multi-Pro is a complete protein supplement that is intended to help users build muscle, reduce body fat and improve the immune system.

CytoSport Vanilla Whey Protein – One serving of low-fat, low-lactose, CytoSport whey protein contains 3 grams of L-tyrosine and a full 18 grams of protein. It is formulated to aid in developing lean muscle mass and recovering more quickly after intense training.

TakeOFF Maximum Catalyst – Tyrosine is intended to fulfill several functions in the TakeOFF fat-burner formula: raising norepinephrine levels to promote thermogenesis, restoring neurotransmitters to support mental focus and improving thyroid function to boost metabolism.

NxLabs Plasmavol and NxLabs Pump System – These NxLabs supplements contain amino acids such as L-tyrosine to help boost nitric oxide production, improve muscle pumps and vascularity, and increase strength.

References (Function, Sources, Benefits/Uses and Side Effects/Interactions):

NYU Langone Medical Center. “Tyrosine”; published under “Herbs & Supplements”; last reviewed September 2014. <http://www.med.nyu.edu/content?ChunkIID=21794>

University of Maryland Medical Center. “Tyrosine”; published under the “Complementary and Alternative Medicine Guide” on the website; last updated May 7, 2013. <http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/tyrosine>

Presser, Art. “Amino Acids”; Smart Supplementation, published by Huntington College of Health Sciences; 2009. <http://www.hchs.edu/literature/Amino%20Acids.pdf>

WebMD and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. “Tyrosine”; published under “Vitamins & Supplements”; accessed September 29, 2014. <http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1037-tyrosine.aspx?activeingredientid=1037&activeingredientname=tyrosine>

Research Sources:

Colzato, Lorenza S.; de Haan, Annelies M.; and Hommel, Bernhard. “Food for Creativity: Tyrosine Promotes Deep Thinking”; Psychological Research; September 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25257259>

Deijen, Jan B.; Wientjes, Cornelis J.; et al. “Tyrosine Improves Cognitive Performance and Reduces Blood Pressure in Cadets After One Week of a Combat Training Course”; Brain Research Bulletin; January 1999. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10230711>

Di Pasquale, Mauro G. “Chapter 6: Physiological and Pharmacological Actions of Amino Acids”; Amino Acids and Proteins for the Athlete: The Anabolic Edge, Second Edition; Boca Raton, FL: 2008; pg. 200. <http://books.google.com/books?isbn=1420043811>

Mahoney, Caroline R.; Castellani, John.; et al. “Tyrosine Supplementation Mitigates Working Memory Decrements During Cold Exposure”; Physiology & Behavior; November 23, 2007. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17585971>

Neri, David F.; Wiegmann, Douglas A.; et al. “The Effects of Tyrosine on Cognitive Performance During Extended Wakefulness”; Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine; April 1995. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7794222>






Whey Protein Benefits, Uses, Side Effects and Functions

Discover the Function, Sources and Benefits of the Health Supplement Ingredient Whey Protein

Whey protein and casein are the two major types of proteins in milk. While casein is digested more slowly, whey is a quickly and easily digested source of protein. It contains essential amino acids, including branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), and its amino-acid profile is similar to that of human skeletal muscle. While whey protein is naturally found in dairy products, it is also available in a more concentrated form in dietary supplements. These include health and bodybuilding supplements such as CytoSport, IsoBolic, Multi-Pro and Elite whey protein powders.

Functions of Whey Protein

Protein contributes to the growth, development and repair of human tissue, so consuming whey protein can help to support these functions. The amino acids contained in whey protein play a critical role in regulating protein metabolism, and are believed to aid the body in transitioning from a catabolic state to an anabolic state following exercise. Furthermore, studies have suggested that whey protein may decrease fat stores in the body and increase feelings of satiety (fullness), thereby helping to regulate weight and body composition.

Sources of Whey Protein

Dairy products are a natural source of whey protein, which separates from milk during the cheese-making process. Among food sources, ricotta cheese contains the highest levels of whey protein; however, it can also be found in milk, yogurt and other cheeses. When whey protein is extracted and processed for use in natural dietary supplements, it can take one of several forms, including whey powder, whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate. Of these, whey protein isolate contains the highest protein content, followed by whey protein concentrate and then whey powder.

Whey Protein Benefits and Uses

Consuming whey protein elevates the body’s overall levels of protein and essential amino acids, which help to maintain human skeletal muscles. As a result, whey protein is a popular ingredient in health and bodybuilding supplements, where it is used to increase muscle mass and strength as well as improve athletic performance. Because whey protein appears to decrease fat stores and create feelings of fullness, it is also used as an appetite suppressant and may be included as an ingredient in weight-loss supplements.

Another benefit of whey protein is its ability to lower blood-sugar levels, which may be helpful for individuals with milder cases of diabetes that can be controlled with proper diet and exercise. Whey protein is also used as an ingredient in baby formulas because it is an easily digested form of protein and provides important nutrients needed for growth and development. There are many other purported uses of whey protein – ranging from acid reflux to chronic lung conditions to psoriasis – though evidence in these areas is currently inconclusive.

Side Effects of Whey Protein and Potential Interactions

Whey protein is generally considered safe for most adults; users should follow the recommended dosage and directions listed on dietary supplements. Those who are lactose intolerant or have a known sensitivity to milk may find that some whey protein formulas can cause similar symptoms, such as bloating, cramps, diarrhea or nausea. When taken in high doses, whey protein may cause headaches, fatigue or thirst in some people.

Individuals taking certain types of medication should be aware of potential interactions. Whey protein may decrease the absorption of levodopa, alendronate and some antibiotics (including quinolone, fluoroquinolone and tetracycline). Since whey protein has been shown to lower blood-glucose levels, it can cause hypoglycemia when it is taken in combination with diabetes medications. When whey protein is taken in combination with blood thinners, it may increase the risk of bleeding.

More detailed safety information on whey protein side effects and interactions can be found on the Mayo Clinic website. As with any medication or health supplement, it is best to consult your physician before taking dietary supplements containing whey protein.

Whey Protein Research and Studies

Numerous studies have examined the effects of whey protein on muscle mass, muscle recovery, athletic performance and body composition. For example, recent animal studies published in the journals Nutrition and Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise found that resistance exercise combined with whey protein led to significant muscle weight increases in rats and that whey protein supplementation improved exercise performance, body composition and biochemical assessments in mice.

Human trials also support the use of whey protein for post-exercise recovery and improved body composition. Research published in Amino Acids determined that whey protein may accelerate the muscle regeneration/remodeling process after high-intensity exercise, while the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism reported that whey protein supplements taken by runners facilitated their recovery from strenuous training. In the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, researchers analyzed 14 randomized, controlled trials on generally healthy adults and found that whey protein supplements – either combined with resistance exercise or as part of a weight-loss or weight-maintenance diet – improved body composition parameters.

In addition, research findings suggest that whey protein supplements are beneficial for overweight and diabetic individuals. In the Journal of Applied Physiology, researchers studied overweight/obese adults who consumed whey protein supplements either with or without exercise and found that all of them lost body weight, fat mass and abdominal fat. Among those test subjects, the group that took whey protein supplements in combination with a multimode exercise training program lost significantly more body weight and gained a greater percentage of lean body mass. An article published in Diabetologia examined the impact of whey protein on diabetics, and determined that taking whey protein before breakfast helped to increase insulin levels and decrease glucose in patients with type 2 diabetes. For additional whey protein research reports, refer to the PubMed site sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

HGH.com Supplements With Whey Protein

Athletes, bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts rely on whey protein supplements to help build muscle, aid in post-exercise recovery and maintain a healthy weight. HGH.com offers a variety of natural health and bodybuilding supplements formulated with whey protein:

Elite Whey Protein Butter Toffee and Elite Whey Protein Chocolate Mint – Whey protein isolates, concentrate and peptides are combined with a proprietary digestive enzyme blend to enhance digestion and absorption of Elite Whey Protein supplements, which provide 23 grams of protein per serving. These delicious powdered-drink mixes help grow and strengthen muscle while aiding in muscle repair and recovery.

IsoBolic Cinnamon Oatmeal and IsoBolic Vanilla – The advanced protein matrix in IsoBolic supplements blends whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate with other active ingredients, packing in 45 grams of protein per serving. These delicious powdered mixes support intense workouts, offering sustained protein release to stimulate muscle growth and recovery.

Multi-Pro Chocolate Whey Protein – Featuring whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate and whey permeate, Multi-Pro Chocolate provides 24 grams of protein in each serving. This great-tasting, low-carb drink mix delivers vitamins and minerals in a complete protein supplement that helps users gain muscle while minimizing body fat.

CytoSport Vanilla Whey Protein – Made with whey protein concentrate and whey protein hydrolysate, each serving of CytoSport Vanilla Whey contains 18 grams of protein and provides essential nutrients and amino acids. This low-fat, low-lactose powder mixes easily and is biologically complete, helping users build lean muscle mass and recover more quickly after intense workouts.

Mega Shake Strawberry – Formulated with a powerful blend of active ingredients – including whey protein concentrates, isolates and peptides – Mega Shake offers 32 grams of total protein per serving. Its high-quality proteins, vitamins and minerals help increase muscle tone, reduce body fat, provide energy and support muscle recovery.


References (Function, Sources, Benefits/Uses and Side Effects/Interactions):

Mayo Clinic and The National Standard Research Collaboration. “Drugs and Supplements: Whey Protein”; National Standard Patient Monograph information published on Mayo Clinic website; last updated November 1, 2013. <http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/whey-protein/background/hrb-20060532>

Deuster, Patricia; Maier, Steven; et al. “Protein and Amino Acids Products – Whey Protein”; Dietary Supplements and Military Divers: A Synopsis for Undersea Medical Officers, published by Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; January 2004. <http://hprc-online.org/dietary-supplements/files/DietarySupplementUMO.pdf>

Bennett, Andrew. “Which Foods Contain Whey Protein?”; article published on Livestrong.com website; October 21, 2013. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/254097-which-foods-contain-whey-protein/>

Research Sources:

Arciero, Paul J.; Baur, Daniel; et al. “Timed-Daily Ingestion of Whey Protein and Exercise Training Reduces Visceral Adipose Tissue Mass and Improves Insulin Resistance: The PRISE Study”; Journal of Applied Physiology; July 1, 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24833780>

Chen, Wen-Chyuan; Huang, Wen-Ching; et al. “Whey Protein Improves Exercise Performance and Biochemical Profiles in Trained Mice”; Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise; August 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24504433>

Farup, Jean; Rahbek, Stine Klejis; et al. “Whey Protein Supplementation Accelerates Satellite Cell Proliferation During Recovery From Eccentric Exercise”; Amino Acids; July 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25063205>

Hansen, Mette; Bangsbo, Jens; et al. “Effect of Whey Protein Hydrolysate on Performance and Recovery of Top-Class Orienteering Runners”; International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism; published online ahead of print July 14, 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25029703>

Haraguchi, Fabiano Kenji; de Brito Magalhães, Cintia Lopes; et al. “Whey Protein Modifies Gene Expression Related to Protein Metabolism Affecting Muscle Weight in Resistance-Exercised Rats”; Nutrition; July-August 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24985006>

Jakubowicz, Daniela; Froy, Oren; et al. “Incretin, Insulinotropic and Glucose-Lowering Effects of Whey Protein Pre-Load in Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomised Clinical Trial”; Diabetologia; September 2014; published online July 10, 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25005331>

Miller, Paige E.; Alexander, Dominik D.; and Perez, Vanessa. “Effects of Whey Protein and Resistance Exercise on Body Composition: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials”; Journal of the American College of Nutrition; published online April 14, 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24724774>




Natural Growth Hormone Supplements That Simulate HGH Can Help You Build Muscle

Natural Growth Hormone Supplements like Somatropinne HGH and HGF Max, among others from HGH.com, can help you build muscle.

 
 

(Just ask our IFBB Pro Bodybuilders...)

Do you lift weights very often and still have trouble packing on pounds of lean muscle mass? Do you want to gain a ton more muscle? Are you tired of seeing guys go into the gym, not work as hard as you, and leave the place looking like they are going to build more muscle than a Greek God? If you are tired of putting in a lot of effort and not getting a lot in return, a natural growth hormone may be the key to helping you build muscle fast.

But wait, do genetics play a role in my inability to gain size?

Good question, so we will get to HGH Supplements in a second...

If you look back on your family history and see generations of small or nonathletic family members, you may not have the necessary tools to produce a massive amount of muscle gain through working out alone. While it is still possible for you to get into the best shape of your life and pack on the muscle, taking a supplement such as a natural growth hormone like Somatropinne HGH or HGF Max, or even a few other great HGH Supplements by HGH.com, you will expedite the process and give you the edge that some people just naturally have.

An important note - even the genetically strong need HGH Supplements -- As everyone ages, their HGH levels decline. It's simple and a fact. Your body just stops producing its natural HGH over time, and then "aging" kicks in. Thus, you've heard of HGH Supplements being called "Anti-Aging Supplements", because technically, that is one thing they can do. By giving your body certain ingredients, you are effectively reversing the aging process! Aging can mean a million things from wrinkly skin to muscle mass loss. With lesser amounts of HGH, it is more difficult to build muscles! So now we can get into HGH Supplementation and a few types of supplements!

Build muscle fast with HGH Supplements

The number one reason people get ripped in the gym is not because of a specific workout program; it is because of what they consume before and after their workout. If you do consume the proper vitamins (either by food or by supplement), you could be wasting all of the effort you put into your workout. Instead of wasting your workout, make sure to keep your body properly nourished with the right stuff.

Some key ingredients you need to know for how to get ripped:

  • After you workout, your muscles need certain proteins and other minerals. 
    • Muscle Building Supplements like ANA-GH are meant for muscle building.
  • Your muscles can benefit from constant nourishment.
    • Feed your muscles more consistently, take supplements throughout the day if necessary.
  • Using a thermogenic fat burner during your workouts can help you get ripped.
    • You can supplement your workouts and stack with a thermogenic fat burners like Hydrox Slim in order to get cut up lean.
  • HGH Supplements - The best hormone supplements
    • Take a supplement like HGF Max or Somatropinne HGH in order to give yourself a boost of natural hormones that your body may have already stopped producing.

Do you need to change your workout regimen?

Most people get stuck in a plateau and never see muscle gain after a couple of months of lifting weights. Here are some ways you can break that rut and build muscle fast: 

Increase your lifting regimen

  • Lift heavier weights for exercises such as the bench press, squats and dumbbell curls.
  • Make sure to work your core every time you work out because it connects your entire body.
  • Don't skip cardio because it can make your natural muscles appear larger while giving you a tremendous lower body workout.

Keep a consistent schedule

While taking supplements to increase muscle gain is a great strategy, the real secret is to keep your efforts consistent. By treating your body well for several months in a row, you will start to see results and get ripped fast. Supplements are only one ingredient in the cocktail of keeping your body a well-tuned, lean muscle machine. There simply isn't enough of these key ingredients in daily food intake to really get the body you want.

 




How to Build Muscles With The Best Supplements

 
Building More Muscle 
Is Possible With The right Supplements

How to Gain Lean Muscle with the Best Supplements

At the heart of every plan to gain muscle is the fact that your muscles have to be built up somehow. By lifting weights, you break the muscles down and then allow them to build up again. When they come back, they are stronger because your body is adapting. If you increase the amount of weight that you lift or the amount of reps that you do, your muscles will constantly be growing to accommodate these changes. However, when you lift weights, do not forget that the muscles are essentially made of raw materials that need to be sculpted and sometimes need a little bit of help with supplements.

Your Diet Helps You Gain Muscle

If you are wondering how to gain lean muscle effectively, it starts with your diet. You need to take in protein and other ingredients that your body can use. You need to avoid things that are high in fat content since the adipose tissue that they create can cover your muscles, making them invisible. You also need to take in the right amount of calories so that your body has extra energy to spend on the creation of the muscles. Just like anything else, matter cannot be created out of nothing. You must put things into your body that can then be used when you hit the gym.

To make sure that you gain muscle, you should consider using a supplement. It can be very hard to ensure that you get the right levels of protein, carbohydrates, and other elements from your meals. You do not want to set your exercise program back just because you decided to go out to eat and splurge. You do not want to put in countless hours at the gym, only to find that they have been ineffective because your body did not have the materials on hand that it needed to cause your muscles to bulk up during the reconstruction process.

A Supplement Causes You to Gain Muscle

Supplements give you many things that you may never have heard of before. These things have been scientifically tested and selected for their ability to create new, lean muscles. While these things can show up naturally in some foods, getting the right dosage of each one, all in just a single capsule, can help you to know that you are consistently giving your body what it requires. This is how to gain lean muscle as quickly as possible. Some supplements on hgh.com that will help you gain muscle include:

HGH Supplements For Mass Gain

There is more to muscular development than protein alone. To make sure that you are not wasting your workouts, take the right supplements. They will help you to gain muscle, building it up in a natural fashion for lasting results.

It is important to consult your physician before taking any supplements or implementing a workout routine. Only you and your doctor can decide what is best for you, given your unique medical history.



ANA-GH Muscle Mass Builder Will Help You Build Muscle Fast

 

Build Muscle Strength and Mass Fast with ANA-GH Muscle Mass Builder

Without the right methods, it can be impossible to gain muscle. Think of it this way: If you never went to the gym, would you expect your muscles to automatically get larger on their own? It is highly unlikely. You cannot build muscle or even get the results you want without putting the effort in or doing the work first. In the same respect, many people go to the gym without utilizing methods that would help them build muscle and make their effort worth it. If this sounds familiar, one thing you may be ignoring (or not know of is ANA-GH.

Helping You Gain Muscle Mass

To start gaining muscle mass, you need to use the unique formula that only ANA-GH capsules can provide. This is a replacement for HGH.com's Anadral, and it builds on the success that Anadral had in the same department. This new supplement has a slightly different formula that has been optimized so that it gives you even better results in the same time frame  It is often used to jump-start the process of bulking up. It can get your new exercise plan off on the right foot, allowing you to gain mass, weight, and strength all at the same time. These results can come with dramatic speed if you take the capsules as directed.

When you use ANA-GH, you will see that it helps you gain muscle that has a hard, toned look. Other methods may cause you to bulk up and gain weight, but you will end up looking “soft” and bloated. This is not what you want, and the results could actually cause you to give up on weightlifting because it is turning your body into something that you don't desire. The real problem is not that you are lifting incorrectly, but that you are taking the wrong supplements. You need one that is designed to create hard muscles, giving you the look that you wanted when you first hit the gym.

Gain Muscle with ANA-GH

While there are many ingredients in ANA-GH that can help you with your quest to begin gaining muscle, one of the main ones that will have an impact is an amino acid that is known as L-Leucine. It can do the following:
  • Stimulate muscle synthesis
  • Stimulate protein synthesis
  • Slow muscle degradation
  • Protect muscle tissue size
  • Promote muscular building
If you do not use ANA-GH, you will miss out on these hugely important impacts that L-Leucine can have on your workout. Your muscles will not build up as quickly, and they will be more prone to deterioration. If you really want to gain muscle mass and strength quickly, you need this amino acid to be part of your workout. You will not get it at the levels that you require through diet alone. You need to take eight of the capsules per day to see these results, and you should not take them for any less than four weeks.

 







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