Growth hormone is a necessary protein produced by the pituitary gland in the hypothalamus of the brain.
Growth hormone is the primary hormone responsible for the growth that occurs as a child matures into a full sized adult.
Growth hormone plays an integral role in the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, in people of all ages.
Fully grown adults still require an adequate level of growth hormone for good health and correct body composition.
Growth hormone will influence factors such as the ratio of good to bad cholesterol in the body, the ratio of lean muscle mass to fat and bone metabolism and promotion of healthy bone density throughout the full course of life.
With insufficient levels of growth hormone, adults will experience poor metabolism, and an unhealthy body composition.
What is the replacement therapy for growth hormone deficiency?
Why will I need to supplement my levels of growth hormone
Symptoms of growth hormone deficiency
What are the causes of a growth hormone deficiency?
What is AGHD (adult growth hormone deficiency)?
Who should take it?
Side effects of human growth hormone
Can aging be reversed by human growth hormone?
Why haven’t I heard of human growth hormone before?
How soon could I expect to notice a change in human growth hormone?