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WILL HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE PROVE TO BE THE FIRST ANTI-AGING MEDICATION?


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 09 October 2018

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Does Growth Hormone Have Anti-Aging Properties?

It is quite true that we are all going to get old. As a matter of fact, the generation of baby boomers is quickly approaching their mid-fifties, and the number of elderly people in America will continue to increase for another generation. Why then, do we have to resign to growing old in the same way that previous generations were forced to in the ages before us? Must we be weak, frail, fatigued, depressed? Living in fear to take a walk in the park for fear that we may fall?

It is a truism that youth is wasted on those who are young. If such a saying is true, why should the opposite statement also be true? Why must wealth and experience be wasted upon those that are old? Should not older men and women be able to retain their enthusiasm and energy in a grand effort to enjoy their autumn years?

We do not have to take age lying down! We here at the Conscious Evolution Medical Institute have learned that old age is largely a state of mind that has been induced by hormonal deficiencies. It is a state in which the hormones we so enjoyed in our youth have become less bountiful. It makes logical sense that with hrt hormone replacement therapy many of these symptoms can be alleviated or reversed.

One of the most impressive hormones that can be regained through Bio identical Hormone Replacement therapy is Human Growth Hormone. It can allow an older woman or gentleman to live a healthier, longer, and more active life. The greatest point to be made about Human Growth Hormone is that it truly is not all that fantastic of a concept. Growth Hormone is naturally produced by the body, and it is produced in large quantities when we are in our youth. The longer we can retain Growth Hormone, the more we can slow down many of the devastating effects of aging.

It makes perfect sense. Growth Hormone is vital to growth processes within the body. GH supplement is provided to young children who are maligned with slow skeletal growth, and it allows them to grow taller than they would without treatment. The problem is that Human Growth Hormone levels drop at a steady rate in all men and women after they enter adulthood. After decades of research, we now know that Human Growth Hormone provides significant benefits throughout the lifespan. For this reason, we must conclude that Growth Hormone is vital for the maintenance and rejuvenation of the body in adulthood. Research regarding the effect of Growth HRT upon elderly patients provides evidence that the main role of the hormone in adulthood is to allow one to live a longer, healthier life of higher quality.

Where does Human Growth Hormone Originate?

Human Growth Hormone is produced in the anterior area of the pituitary gland which is buried deep within the brain. Human Growth Homrone is a microscopic protein molecule. It has chemical similarities with insulin, though HGH is secreted in brief, sharp pulses after a person exercises or in the initial hours of rest. Human Growth Hormone only stays in the blood stream for a few minutes. For this reason, it in incredibly difficult to measure Human Growth Hormone in serum. Though it does not remain in the blood stream for long, HGH binds to the liver which turns some of the hormone into Somatomedin-C, which is also known well by the name Insulin-Like Growth Factor I (IGF-1) Since IGF-I stays in the blood for up to one and a half days, a blood sample that contains IGF-I proves that HGH is being produced. Normal IGF-I levels in the blood tend to appear in volumes of 200 to 450 ng/ml. However, one third of men and women that are over the age of fifty display levels of HGH that are lower than 200 ng/ml. During puberty, Human Growth Hormone levels are at their peak and IGF-I reaches levels of 600-800 ng/ml or even higher. In normal women and men under the age of forty, less than five percent have levels of HGH that are below 250 ng/ml! After the age of 40 many women and men have a level of Human Growth Hormone that is similar to that of an octogenarian! Human Growth Hormone may be the means by which we can age gracefully.

When IGF-I levels drop under the baseline adult range, energy levels and bone and muscle strength tend to decrease as well. Cell regrowth, tissue repair, vital organ repair, general rejuvenative ability, enzyme production, and hair, skin, and nail revitalization will begin to occur less effectively

Though decreased levels of Human Growth Hormone and increased age are certainly directly correlated, those who lose full function of the pituitary gland, whether through accident, infection, or surgery, will immediately begin to be maligned with acute ill effects.

It is vital to understand that natural HGH will inevitably decline with age!

In those who are utterly lacking a functional pituitary, body composition changes and a shift occurs where the amount of fat increases by 7-25%. Lean mass of the body decreases at a similar rate. Mass and strength of the muscles diminish as well. Studies in regard to bone density show that in those patients with no pituitary input, it seems as though an individual ages by around 15 years by analysis of the density of both the long bones and the spinal bones. As Human Growth Hormone flags, weight increases of as much as fifty pounds occur. Beyond this, there are issues regarding cholesterol as well. Levels of triglycerides go up, and good HDL cholesterol suffers. Cardiovascular complications occur more often, which could be related to the thickening of the vascular walls of the heart. Decreased output by the heart leads to further problems.

Hormonal insufficiencies such as these often lead to people such as these to report a serious decline in their capacity to exercise, and they often suffer from cardiovascular disease, which leads to early mortality. Also, they report issues with loneliness, depression, focus, and fatigue. In general, they just suffer from a general lack of well-being.

Hope on the Horizon: Food and Drug Administration approves Human Growth Hormone for Use by Adults

Recombinant HGH has recently gained approval by the FDA for women and men of adulthood for the therapy of Growth Hormone Deficiency and hypopituitarism. If a person suffers from hypopituitarism, Human Growth Hormone therapy is compatible under the majority of insurance policies. After being approved for therapy, patients are administered Human Growth Hormone treatment and testing under professional supervision. Our experience and the revelations of research provide ample evidence that Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy offers benefits to those that have insufficient levels of Growth Hormone. This deficiency is often referred to as Somatotropin Deficiency Syndrome. The Conscious Evolution Medical Institute also provides Human Growth Hormone treatment for patients who suffer from Somatomedin-C (Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1) levels under 200 ng/ml that are approved in our Internal Review Board registry, but these patients are required to pay for their treatment.

Please realize that by undergoing a global hormone replacement regimen, administering progesterone, estrogen, testosterone, thyroid, pregnenolone, or DHEA (other vital hormones which a patient may be co-deficient) when necessary in addition to Human Growth Hormone, one can minimize the costs, side-effects, and dosage of treatment.

Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy Changes

Administration of Human Growth Hormone often leads to substantial changes in the composition of the body: lean muscle mass increases as fat mass percentage is reduced. Using Human Growth Hormone at the modest dosage of 0.003 mg/kg over the course of six months was shown to improve lean muscle mass in 24 patients that had a Human Growth Hormone deficiency (1). Improvements in lean muscle mass have been associated with higher levels of protein synthesis, along with muscle function and mass. The percentage of body fat also drops after six months of Human Growth Hormone administration. The most fat is eliminated from the areas of the trunk and the stomach, rather than the legs, neck, and arms. This fact is evidence that Human Growth Hormone replacement treatment can reverse excess stomach fat associated with Human Growth Hormone deficiency, along with reducing risks of heart problems.

Heart Health and Metabolism of Cholesterols

Human Growth Hormone Therapy for adults also shows is believed to have a positive effect upon cholesterol. In new research, it has been shown that brief regimens of Human Growth Hormone Therapy led to reduced LDL (or bad) cholesterol (7) while also boosting heart function and capacity for exercise. Participants showed higher levels of oxygen intake as well as strength during cycling exercise. Human Growth Hormone has been associated with higher levels of muscle mass and stronger and longer action upon the treadmill (8). Recent research by Fazio has shown that those who have experienced heart failure have shown improvement after being given high dosage of Human Growth Hormone Therapy.

Bone Density

Among the most stunning effects of Human Growth Hormone is its effect upon the skeletal system, muscles, and tissues. It provides a significant level of rejuvenation to these systems. Skin health improves, damaged bones heal more effectively, and significant levels of improved muscular strength have been reported during Human Growth Hormone Therapy. Others have reported that signs of aging are fading from their skin. Sometimes hair regrowth occurs in male hormone replacement therapy patients as well as female patients. These changes provide evidence that testosterone, DHEA, and Human Growth Hormone are anabolic (synthesizing) hormones that significantly rehabilitate tissue of the body. Unfortunately, as we age, catabolic processes lead to faster levels of tissue breakdown. Human Growth Hormone combats the catabolic processes of aging.

The most significant way that Human Growth Hormone effects the skeletal system is through its role in enhancing the body's ability to build and repair the bones. Human Growth Hormone stimulates the proliferation of fibroblast (ligament) and osteoblast (bone) cells in the skeletal system. In recent clinical research using the powerful techniques of single photon absorptiometry and quantitative tomography, marked increases of 4% and 5% were shown in cortical and spinal bone density over the course of twelve months of therapy in adults deficient in Human Growth Hormone (4). In conclusion, it seems that the administration of Human Growth Hormone may lead to an enhancement of multiple organ systems of the body through the positive effect it has upon the skeletal system.

More examples of Human Growth Hormone's anabolic effects include muscle gain and increased appetite, increased capacity for exercise, increased capacity of the lungs, and increased would rehabilitation. Many also report that liver spots, also known as senile keratoses, begin to fade after eight weeks of Human Growth Hormone Therapy.

Side-Effects of Low Dosage Human Growth Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy.

Human Growth Hormone dosage is a vital consideration in those who suffer from Human Growth Hormone Deficiency. Overdosage of Human Growth hormone is associated wit many signs of excess Human Growth Hormone. Among these symptoms are hypertension, carpal tunnel, and excess fluid retention. However, by using more modest doses of Human Growth Hormone, it was demonstrated by Bengtsson that only mild side-effects such as slight joint pain and mold fluid retention occur. Only a single case of carpal tunnel was discovered. In each of these cases, further restriction of the Human Growth Hormone dose lead to full elimination of the side-effects. Another clinical study only used a small dose of 0.01 mg/kg, which was injected three times each week. In this study, there were zero side-effects reported (8). Many studies provide evidence that says that low dosage Human Growth Identical Hormone replacement therapy generally only causes modest side-effects, if any.

Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy with HGH.

Improve Body Composition: Boost muscle mass and reduce fat for a shift in body composition of as much as 20 pounds. This change can lead to higher sex drive, as well as enhanced physical well-being and self perception.

Improve Energy: Human Growth Hormone patients report higher levels of energy without the need for afternoon snacks, stimulants, caffeine, or cigarettes. This energy boost helps them become more confident in their self control and enhances their capacity for exercise.

Improve Focus: An intriguing yet untested potential benefit of Human Growth Hormone is a return of mental focus and enhancement of memory. Since Human Growth Hormone provides improvement to the intracellular and vascular systems which support the cells, it is not at all surprising that these benefits have been reported in individuals.

The Future

Many fundamental questions remain regarding the exact medical definition and preferred treatment for partial versus total Human Growth Hormone Deficiency. Also, it is not clear whether all of the realized positive effect of full Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy will occur in those that undergo low dosage or combination treatments. Even so, is has already been made clear that even small doses that do not result in potential side-effects sufficient level may be sufficient for some to reach their metabolic goals. We here at the Conscious Evolution Medical Institute hope that our continued clinical evaluations will help lead to more efficient usage of Human Growth Hormone, as well as help reveal more of this wondrous therapy's benefits while eliminating incidence of increased cardiovascular and general morbidity.

Works Cited

Cuneo, Salomon, and Hesp, et al. Treatment effects of Recombinant HGH upon Metabolism and Body Composition among Adults with Growth Hormone Deficiency. New England Journal of Medicine 1989; Issue 321: Pages 1797-03.

Bengtsson. Consequences of Growth Hormone Deficiency in Adults. Acta Endocrinoligica 1993; Volume 128: Pages 2-5.

Cuneo, Salomon, Wiles et al. Effects of Human Growth Hormone Treatment Among Adults Whom are Deficient. Applied Physiology Journal 1991; Volume 70: Pages 695-700.

Halloran, Tsatsoulis, Whitehouse et al. Increased Bone Density after Human Growth Hormone Therapy Upon Deficient Adults. Journal of Clinical Endocrine Metabolism 1993;Volume 76: Pages1344-48.

McGauley, Cuneo, Salomon et al. Psych. Self-perception changes due to Growth Hormone Treatment in Adults with Human Growth Hormone Deficiency. Hormone Research 1990; Volume 33(Supplement 4): Pages 52-54.

Bengtsson, Eden, Lonn et al. Therapy of Adults with Human Growth Hormone Deficiency with Recombinant Growth Hormone therapy. Journal of Clinical Endocrine Metabolism 1993;Volume 76:Pages 309-17.

Johnston, Bengtsson. Effects of Growth Hormone and its Deficiency upon Heart and Lipids. Acta Endocrinologica 1993;Volume 128(Supplement 2):Pages 69-70.

Amato, Carella, Fazio et al. Heart Structure, Metabolism of Bone, and Body Composition Heart Structure in Growth Hormone-Deficient Adults Effects of Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy at Mild Dosage. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 1993;Volume 77:Pages1671-76.

Fazio, Sabatini, Capaldo, et.al. Test study of GH in the treatment of cardiomyopathy. New England Journal of Medicine. 1996;Volume 334:Pages 809-14.

The above information does not provide sufficient evidence to self-diagnose a particular procedure or treatment. It should not lead one to believe that this is the only treatment option available.


EXERCISE TO INCREASE YOUR HGH PRODUCTION!


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 03 October 2015

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Five Ways that Exercise Slows Down Aging

So, we all know that Exercise is an effective way to keep the body healthy and in peak condition, but did you know that exercise can also slow down the aging process as well?

In this article we will discuss five ways that engaging in routine physical exercise can rejuvenate your body and slow down the decline associated with growing old.

Exercise Stimulates the Production of Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone is one of the most important biological molecules that the human body produces. Human Growth Hormone has the capability to now only prevent you from looking older than your age, but it improves the way that your body feels as well. Human Growth Hormone Deficiency is correlated with a number of different problems related to growing old.

How does exercise raise Human Growth Hormone Levels?

HGH levels are sustained through two distinct periods of the human daily cycle. The first period that Human Growth Hormone production occurs is during sleep. HGH plays a vital role in restoring the body after a long day, and while we are in the deepest phase of sleep, the body releases Human Growth Hormone from the pituitary in order to mend the minor breakdowns caused by general wear and tear that accumulates because of the wages of the day.

HGH Levels Boost after Exercise

The second period of time where HGH production occurs at a high rate is during and after exercise. Human Growth Hormone is one of the key factors which help sustain us during exercise and help our bodies recover and enhance as a result of physical activity. Human Growth Hormone breaks down unhealthy fat deposits across the body. It displaces that fat and converts it into energy that the body can use during exercise to enhance endurance and allow us to run, fight, and play harder.

How does HGH Increase Muscle Mass?

Although Human Growth Hormone is stimulated by engaging in exercise, it also plays a major role in making exercise more fruitful. After physical activity is completed, Human Growth Hormone is an important factor in muscle growth as well. HGH sends energy and nutrition directly to the muscle cells which use the tools provided to them by the molecule in order to make the muscles bigger and stronger as a result.

If you dont engage in sufficient exercise in your weekly routine, then your body will not receive the amount of Human Growth Hormone that you need to maintain your health, causing you to age more quickly. A sedentary lifestyle is highly correlated with cardiovascular conditions such as heart disease, and a lack of exercise leads to further buildup of fat which contributes to obesity.

Exercise Tones the Body and Helps you Remain Youthful

Strengthen Muscles

Engaging in vigorous and regular exercise does wonders for the body. The ideal aesthetic figure is dependent upon regular maintenance through proper diet and exercise. Stronger muscles prevent you from becoming overly flabby. The place where this is the most obvious is in flabby arms. Flabby arms are the direct result of a combination of unwanted fat and weak muscles in the bicep and triceps which cause skin and tissue to just kind of hang from the arm.

Reinforce the Joints

In addition to this, regular exercise is incredibly important for joint health as well. Engaging in routine exercise can help slow down or prevent arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome. Be careful not to overwork the joints with excess weight, however, because prolonged and repeated exposure to intense pressure can also lead to joint issues. The ideal is to find a point at which you are putting a significant amount of stress on your muscles and joints without overworking your body.

Change your Dietary Habits.

Also, your body will look more toned if you combine proper nutrition with exercise, and you will shed pounds as a result. The problem that some people have is that they work out, but they still overeat and consume too many fatty foods. Although their muscles are getting stronger, the results are significantly less defined because their tone is covered up by gobs of fat. It is possible to even hide a nice six pack or nicely toned stomach under all of that fat. Losing body fat and increasing muscle tone helps eliminate sagging skin on the face and neck as well, giving your profile a much younger look. Lack of exercise can wreak havoc on overall physical appearance.

Boost Metabolism!

Exercise is pivotal in maintaining a healthy metabolism. Physical activity kick-starts your body, and your brain sends signals throughout the body to release energy stores from fat as well as food that you consume throughout the day. This energy travels straight to your muscles where it is converted from calories to healthy muscle. In addition to this, your body gives off heat energy and your heart beats more rapidly. Your body consumes more calories, and as a result you lose weight. This increased metabolism occurs even when you are no longer exercising. With enough regular activity, the body begins to burn more baseline calories throughout the day, meaning that daily exercise contributes to weight loss 24 hours a day.

Reduced metabolism is associated with a number of different physiological problems. Slower metabolism means more fat. If you arent exercising, your body is converting most of the calories that you consume directly into the body in the form of adipose fat. Also, reduced metabolism leads to feelings of fatigue and exhaustion, because if you dont maintain a strong metabolism, your body wont have the energy that it needs in order to even go through the motions of the most sedentary of days. The workday will seem longer and longer, and focus and attention will break down as a result, preventing you from performing at your best on the job.

Exercise Prevents Numerous Diseases

Its never too late to begin a more active lifestyle, but perpetual abuse of your own body can result in irreversible damage. Long term sedentary lifestyle and obesity directly lead to stage-two adult diabetes, which is one of the most dangerous chronic illnesses that afflict men and women in America today. All that it takes to prevent this devastating illness is a bit of exercise and dietary restraint.

The benefits provided by the preventative medicine known as exercise are tangible in the form of scientific study as well. In a recent study, researchers took blood samples from individuals who came from two groups. All factors otherwise remaining equal, men and women who exercise regularly have DNA which appears an average of nine years younger than their counterparts who engaged in a sedentary lifestyle. Exercise truly is a hallmark of longevity medicine.

Exercise Improves Overall Health

Engaging in exercise improves health in nearly every possible way. Study after study has shown that those who engage in regular exercise are healthier than those who do not. Exercise strengthens the immune system, helping you fight off illness and maintain your overall health. The feelings of exhaustion and tiredness do not merely affect your endurance but the effectiveness of your other organ systems as well. If your body is not physically prepared for day to day wear and tear, your immune system suffers as a result. If you are routinely exhausted even with little to no physical activity, then your immune system will be less capable to ward off disease.

Also, as was mentioned before, decreased metabolism means that your circulatory system will have more problems as well. When you dont exercise regularly, your baseline heart rate starts to increase as a result. Regular cardiovascular exercise makes your heart do more with less work. The heart is a muscle just like any other in the body, and if you dont give it the proper attention, then it wont be able to serve you. This fact becomes more and more true with age.

There are numerous studies that show that in addition to helping you feel younger, exercise literally adds years to your life, even if you decide to change your lifestyle later in adulthood. Recent longitudinal research has shown that men and women over the age of fifty who engage in light physical activity live an average of 1.1 years longer than their sedentary counterparts. If you exercise more regularly, the results will be even more astounding. If you remain very active after the age of fifty studies have shown that you will live an average of 3.2 more years than a sedentary man or woman.

Exercise Boosts Energy Levels

We all know that initiating a workout regimen can be hard. The initial couple of weeks can be very strenuous and make you feel weak and exhausted. These feelings are only temporary, but they are one of the biggest roadblocks to maintaining a healthy and active workout regimen. It helps to start relatively slow, working your body to a point of strain, but not to overwhelming exhaustion. Over time, your muscles and your cardiovascular system will acclimate to the change in your activity level and you will experience intensely increased levels of energy and endurance as a result. At first, you may only jog a quarter mile before having to slow down and catch your breath, but eventually and with enough effort, you will be able to run for miles. Its all about sticking to the program and working toward slowly but ever-increasing goals. You will notice that as your ability to endure strenuous physical activity increases, so will your ability to make it through the day without faltering. Exercise is all about priming your body for everything the day has to throw at you without going through a draught of energy because of your lack of training. There are dozens of studies which directly link increased exercise and physical exertion with overall increased endurance when it comes to everyday life.

Exercise for Energy, Sleep, and Memory

People who exercise regularly also sleep better, and this is the result of both increased metabolism and normalized hormone production. Engaging in an active lifestyle helps people maintain a good routine for their daily life. Waking up every morning to engage in healthy exercise primes you for waking up early and then boosts your metabolism throughout the day. Even when you engage in exercise later in the day, it helps spur proper hormone production which helps you sleep more soundly as a result. Good sleep enhances exercise as well in a positive feedback loop. Your body repairs and rebuilds itself during sleep, and when you sleep properly, you build muscle more effectively.

Exercise improves all aspects of cognitive ability as well. The combination of increased endurance and increased blood flow increases ones ability to think clearly and make good decisions. Also, you will be able to retain and recover memories more fully. Having the energy to pay attention helps you retain information that you gather during the day. In addition to the boon provided by exercise in regard to memory, your better sleeping habits will help your memory become stronger as well, because it is during the night that the information you learn through the day gets converted into permanent knowledge.

The cognitive benefits of healthy exercise habits outweigh even those provided by stimulants such as caffeine and sugar. If you need to study for an exam or maintain sharp focus at work every day, you will benefit greatly from a regular exercise routine. With enough dedication it may even help you kick the habit of caffeine altogether as your exercise assumes the role that stimulants once played in your life.

Exercise Reduces Stress

When a person lives by a sedentary lifestyle, stress begins to pile up inside them and can make life less enjoyable as a result. Everyone has heard the term blowing off steam related with exercise, and it is completely true. Burning calories with exercise helps people take their minds off difficult things in their lives and is an incredible and safe form of escape. In addition to this, the physical and mental systems of the body are intricately connected, so releasing pent up physical energy relieves stored mental energy as well, helping a person maintain a clear mind which is not plagued with troubles.

Pick your Own Exercise Routine

One of the keys to reducing stress by means of exercise is to decide which forms of exercise appeal to you. Although working out is supposed to be hard, theres no reason it cant be fun. Bring an IPod with you to the gym so you can zone out to your favorite music. Get engaged with your competitive nature by playing basketball or soccer instead of just running alone. Bring a close friend to motivate you and help the time pass more quickly. Catering exercise to your own interests will help you live a stress-free life in which it is easier to enjoy your newfound physical appearance and mental demeanor.

Exercise Releases Dopamine and Endorphins

The act of exercise also leads directly to the release of both dopamine and endorphins. Endorphins account for the rush that you feel when you engage in exercise or achieve success. Endorphins act as natural physiological relaxers which help you feel energized.

Dopamine can be best described as the body's pleasure chemical. Engaging in strenuous physical exercise or exertion leads to the release of dopamine. This is your brain literally rewarding you for all the hard work that you are doing for its benefit. Also, if you exercise regularly, you will actually feel compelled to exercise in order to achieve the rush of dopamine that exercise provides. Your brain knows that exercise is good for you in spite of the temporary pains that can result from exertion, so it produces positive signals to encourage you to continue the habit. The problem is, if you become too out of practice, the negative stimuli of exertion and ill-preparedness will work against you and hinder your ability to adhere to an exercise plan.

Although we normally attribute stress to a mental condition, stress can affect all organ systems of the body. High levels of stress reduce immune sufficiency and make us more prone to illness.

Stress Makes it Hard to Cope

Stress reduces our mental ability to cope with the issues that crop up regularly in day to day life. Stress hinders bone health and leads to the atrophy of the muscles, because the body becomes more concerned with core processes than the everyday functions that keep us optimally healthy. Long term stress creates immense levels of fatigue which prevent us from really getting anything out of our shorter and shorter days. High stress makes good sleep nearly impossible to attain. The great thing is that exercise relieves stress in a natural way that no medicine or other method can. In cases of extreme anxiety and stress, a mixture of medication and exercise is commonly quoted as the best method of ensuring that stress levels begin to subside.

Stress, Cortisol, and Aging

Also, stress plays a big role in the aging process. Stress is correlated with increased levels of cortisol in the blood stream. Cortisol is a natural response to pain or negative physiological triggers such as hunger. It plays an important role in proper human function, our ability to withstand pain, and our ability to maintain a normal circadian rhythm. Cortisol is actually what wakes us up in the morning most efficiently. The body starts to become hungry, and the body also recognizes that it has achieved an optimal level of rest, so cortisol levels slowly increase in order to naturally wake us up in the morning.

When cortisol levels are too high in the body, it disrupts many physiological processes. It becomes harder to be well rested and sleep through the night because cortisol levels spike at inopportune times. Also, cortisol levels eat at the body's ability to produce healthy levels of testosterone, and when cortisol levels remain too high over an extended period of time, the muscles start to atrophy and the skin begins to sag, wrinkle, and loosen. High levels of cortisol also lead to elevated levels of estrogen derivatives in the male bloodstream which cause the body to store fat at an accelerated pace. Long term sedentary habits and high stress speed up the male aging process and lead directly to emasculation.

And think, the easiest way to avoid this is through regular exercise! Cortisol levels stay low, higher levels of Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone dominate hormone balance, and the body melts fat and builds muscle, improving physical appearance and mental aptitude. This causes you to both look and feel younger than you actually are, allowing you to make the most of your life.

The Conscious Evolution Institute

We at CEI believe that Exercise is an important component to any Hormone Replacement Program. The above information benefits both those who suffer from Hormone Deficiency and those who simply want to improve their lives for the better. Youll notice that many of the benefits provided by Human Growth Hormone and Testosterone are also provided by exercise.

When used in tandem, exercise, proper nutrition, and Hormone Replacement Therapy are an amazing three part plan to looking and feeling ten, fifteen, or even twenty years younger!

Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone Kickstarters

Hormone Replacement Therapy works as a kind of kickstarter for those who have lived a sedentary life for too long and are having trouble getting into a routine workout plan. HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy helps burn fat and provides enhanced energy levels which make it easier to both start and stick with a workout plan. Both Testosterone and Human Growth HRT also amplify the benefits of exercise. HGH helps you lose weight while also funneling energy to your muscles while you are at rest in order to enhance the effects of your anaerobic or cardiovascular workout plan.

Testosterone and Bodybuilding

Testosterone is a building block of strong muscles and masculine physique. Testosterone acts as a sort of muscle booster which encourages your muscles to respond more actively to physical activity. This is why men have more developed muscles than their feminine counterpart, and why those who abuse Testosterone often have super-human muscle tone in comparison to those who have normal Testosterone levels.

Avoid Testosterone Abuse and HGH Abuse

Although we certainly dont encourage the abuse of either Testosterone or Human Growth Hormone, Testosterone and HGH Deficiency also lead to the opposite problem. The male body is not able to maintain the optimal manly physique without proper levels of these vital hormones.

HGH, Testosterone, and Exercise

Although exercise does encourage the enhanced production of Human Growth Hormone, as men age, the body's capacity to produce its own HGH and Testosterone start to decline, and the positive benefits of exercise decrease as a result. In addition to this, it becomes harder to get motivated to exercise and the body starts to decline at a faster pace even with a proactive preventative exercise regimen.

How much should I exercise in order to maximize my health and the benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy?

We recommend that you engage in cardiovascular exercise at least four times a week in order to benefit at an enhanced rate from HGH and Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy. You should plan to run or engage in a similarly vigorous cardiovascular activity for at least thirty minutes. These benefits also continue to build if you decide to exercise seven days a week. In addition to this, you should also engage in weight training as well.

Again, you should lift weights at least four times a week, preferably every other day. Alternate between upper and lower body workouts every session. Over time, your body should acclimate to this physical stress and if you really enjoy working out you can start working out daily, with a recommended rest period of at least one day per week. You should still alternate between upper body and lower body weight training in order to give your body time to recover and rebuild itself. It is important to realize that rest plays a vital role in a proper weightlifting routine.

The muscles strengthen most during the period of rest between workouts, so working out the same muscles every day overstresses them and reduces the benefits provided by your workout. Alternating muscle groups allows you to maximize the effects of your workout by working out every day or every other day while also giving your muscles time to rest.

Cardiovascular exercise is not affected in quite the same way by muscle fatigue, because since you are not putting as intense pressure on your muscles, they need less time to recover. Cardiovascular exercise encourages general muscle tone rather than muscle growth, and provides significant cardiovascular benefits that simple weight lifting cant achieve. This is why its important to combine both forms of exercise in order to maximize the benefits.

Conscious Evolution Institute for Human Growth Hormone and Testosterone

The Conscious Evolution Institute is your best source for Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy and Testosterone Replacement Therapy, as well as other hormone and supplemental treatments which can enhance both your life and your workout. We provide Hormone Therapies for patients that display a legitimate Hormone Deficiency in order to help them live longer and fuller lives.

When do Testosterone and HGH Hormone Levels Decline?

Testosterone and HGH levels start to decline around the age of thirties and they decrease at a steady rate across the lifespan. Even though from year to year this may seem negligible, over time the changes can be staggering. Although Testosterone and HGH HRT provide significant physical gains when used as a treatment for Hormone Deficiency, we do not provide Hormone Treatments simply for performance enhancement. It is illegal in the United States to prescribe Testosterone Creams or Human Growth Hormone Shots simply for that purpose.

What are the Symptoms of Hormone Deficiency, Hypogonadism, and Hypopituitarism?

Below are some of the general symptoms of Hormone Deficiency:

  • Muscle weakness and fatigue

  • Development of adipose fat around the waist, stomach, and thighs

  • Fuzzy memory and cognitive decline

  • Trouble sleeping through the night

  • Frequent illness because of a suppressed immune system

  • Sexual dysfunction (an inability to perform optimally in the bedroom)

  • Low or nonexistent libido (Lack of sexual interest)

  • Increased anxiety or depression with no underlying cause

If you are experiencing more than two of these symptoms and you are over the age of thirty, there is a significant chance that you are suffering from the effects of Hormone Deficiency, whether it be as a result of HGH Decline, Testosterone Decline, or a combination of both.

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L-CARNITINE: IMPROVES COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN CENTENARIANS


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Published on 27 May 2019

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L-Carnitine proven to reduce physical and mental fatigue while improving cognition in those over 100 years of age.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has recently released data from clinical research conducted by Italian scientists regarding L-Carnitine as a medical treatment. The study was financed in order to explore the potential benefits of L-Carnitine in elderly patients. The results of the study indicate that L-Carnitine has the ability to significantly improve cognitive ability and reduce fatigue in patients of one hundred or more years of age.

How Does the Body Get L-Carnitine?

L-Carnitine is naturally produced in the human body, but like many other vital hormones and proteins, endogenous production of this vital protein declines naturally as a result of the aging process. In a healthy individual, the human body contains somewhere between twenty and twenty five grams of this molecule. L-Carnitine is most abundant in cells and organs across the body that have very high metabolic requirements. These organs include the brain, the heart, muscles, immune cells, sperm, and nerves.

Without a sufficient supply of L-Carnitine, the human body cannot sustain itself. Although a large portion of L-Carnitine that human beings utilize comes from the diet, the human body has the ability to synthesize this protein when the body has an adequate amount of the amino acids methionine and lysine. In addition to the presence of these amino acids, the body also needs the nutrients iron, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin C in order to create this hormone internally. Without proper nutrition, the human body is unable to produce its own store of L-Carnitine and health will deteriorate as a result.

L-Carnitine is Necessary for Healthy Metabolism

L-Carnitine is vitally important in maintaining a healthy level of cellular metabolism, and if the body is deficient in this vital hormone then the body's protective physiological processes slow down as well. Like Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, L-Carnitine Deficiency plays a major role in an increased rate of aging and decreased rehabilitative ability. L-Carnitine Deficiency is widely believed to be one of the primary factors which induce severe fatigue in older patients, and there is great hope that L-Carnitine can be used in order to amplify low-energy levels in geriatric patients.

L-Carnitine Study Parameters

This particular study featured 46 women and 24 men ranging in age from 100 to 106. All of these patients were chosen based on their report of experiencing significant exhaustion after even the most minor levels of physical activity. This was a tightly controlled study in which half of the patients were randomly selected to ingest two grams of L-Carnitine daily while the control group unknowingly took a placebo. The 70 patients were monitored over the course of 6 months while taking daily doses of either L-Carnitine or placebo.

Every patient underwent a routine physical both before and after the 6 month period of treatment in which their muscle mass, total body fat, and BMI were recorded. Once each month, the researchers drew blood samples in order to monitor L-Carnitine and Cholesterol levels as well as a number of other factors. In lieu of a more analytical method, patients were asked to self report levels of physical and mental fatigue and exhaustion.

The Similarity of Fatigue and Pain

Fatigue is similar to pain in that the experience of these two negative phenomena are completely relative to the perception of the patient and not to any testable analytic. Before and after the monitoring period, each patient was evaluated for overall cognitive function. Although fatigue is impossible to accurately measure, cognitive testing can scientifically prove that self-assessed fatigue limits overall cognitive ability. The physical effects of fatigue were monitored via a 6 minute session of light cardiovascular activity.

L-Carnitine Study Results

Out of the seventy patients who participated in this study, eight of the patients died before the six month testing period was complete. Three patients in the experimental group did not survive the testing period, while five patients in the placebo group died. This left 62 patients who provided a full set of usable data. Over the course of six months of therapy, the experimental group did indeed experience boosted levels of L-Carnitine in the blood stream. As a result of this increase in L-Carnitine Levels, the patients experienced a number of positive benefits, including:

  • Measurable decrease in mental and physical fatigue

  • Reduction in severity of mental and physical fatigue

  • Increases in muscle mass

  • Reduced levels of fat

  • Decreased cholesterol levels

  • Improved performance on cognitive tests

  • Increased ability to withstand light physical activity

How does L-Carnitine Benefit the Body?

It is well known in the medical community that L-Carnitine is vital for the oxidation of long-chain fatty acids by cellular mitochondria. It is believed that increased L-Carnitine levels improve the ability of the mitochondria to metabolize fatty-acids, thus causing a number of physiological benefits in the experimental participants, manifested both physically and cognitively.

This evidence also suggests that increased levels of L-Carnitine help the body utilize glucose more efficiently, allowing the body to sustain activity for a longer period of time. In addition to this, L-Carnitine preserves muscular glycogen, which is the immediate energy source for the muscles. All of this combines to preserve the rate at which ATP is efficiently expended in order to support physical activity. In patients with L-Carnitine Deficiency, ATP stores are burned up more quickly, causing these individuals to experience fatigue and exhaustion more quickly, inhibiting their ability to engage in cardiovascular activity dependent upon the severity of the deficiency.

Elderly Patients Desperately Need L-Carnitine

By the age of 100, Endogenous L-Carnitine levels are incredibly low, allowing researchers to vividly see the potential benefits of L-Carnitine supplementation for patients with lesser deficiency. The researchers who conducted this study came to the ultimate conclusion that L-Carnitine supplementation has the ability to reduce body fat, increase muscle mass, and improve capacity for physical and cognitive activity by reducing the effects and severity of exhaustion and fatigue.

L-Carnitine Supplementation a Smart Decision

L-Carnitine is a vital part of a healthy diet and helps maximize physical and mental health. Although our body can naturally produce a certain level of L-Carnitine, it is necessary to eat foods or take supplements which contain L-Carnitine in order to maximize the benefits of the hormone. L-Carnitine is a legal supplement which can be purchased at nearly all nutrition stores. A normal and healthy dose of L-Carnitine is generally between 2 and 4 grams of L-Carnitine per day, which is around the dose provided to the patients in the study discussed above.

L-Carnitine Important for Individuals of All Ages

Although the above study is related to the use of L-Carnitine in geriatric patients, it displays the importance of maintaining a healthy level of L-Carnitine throughout one's life. Healthy levels of L-Carnitine are necessary in order to maximize the benefits of cardiovascular training because it helps the body maintain the necessary level of energy in order to engage in strenuous exercise.

The hypothesis of the researchers in the above study, that L-Carnitine is necessary to sustain ATP levels optimally over time, shows that fatigue and exhaustion are physical disorders related to the energy available to the body at any moment in time. It is not just a matter of the brain or the muscles' ability to withstand pressure, but fatigue is directly related to the rate at which the body uses up internal energy sources such as ATP.

L-Carnitine increases the Benefits of HGH

Both L-Carnitine and Human Growth Hormone are intricately related to the metabolic processes which enhance exercise ability and increase our ability to withstand physical exertion. L-Carnitine helps the body use every ounce of energy with maximum efficiency, whereas Human Growth Hormone releases internal stores of energy which provide the muscles of the body with additional energy to further enhance exercise capacity. L-Carnitine and Human Growth Hormone play unique yet inextricably linked roles in physical performance, and both HGH Deficiency and L-Carnitine Deficiency prevent individuals from achieving optimal energy levels and sapping men and women all over the world of their vitality.

Human Growth Hormone and L-Carnitine are fantastic when taken together. L-Carnitine is a vital protein that the body absolutely has to have to survive, but it is in no way a substitute for Human Growth Hormone. HGH is a vital hormone which promotes metabolism throughout the body, whereas L-Carnitine simply maximizes the effectiveness of available energy. In terms of physical performance and energy, think of HGH as an energy excavator and think of L-Carnitine as an agent of efficiency.

L-Carnitine Supplementation

What Forms of L-Carnitine Supplements are Effective?

L-Carnitine is available in a number of forms and, for the most part, the protein remains intact through the process of digestion. L-Carnitine can be commonly found as a liquid, hard tablet, or powder capsule. There are a number of options available and you are free to choose which works best for you. For patients who are significantly deficient in L-Carnitine, it is possible to receive an L-Carnitine injection from a physician via prescription.

Do Not Take Too Much L-Carnitine

We do not suggest taking a dose of L-Carnitine greater than 4 milligrams per day without the approval of a qualified physician, because there are certain risks involved with L-Carnitine overdose. L-Carnitine overdose can cause stomach problems such as cramping, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Overdose of L-Carnitine can also lead to elevated levels urea in the blood which can actually hinder exercise performance and cause muscular weakness.

Natural Sources of L-Carnitine

In addition to taking L-Carnitine in supplemental form, there are also many great sources for the vital protein that you can find in your every day diet. Red meats are a significant source of L-Carnitine, although they should be eaten sparingly if at all in any diet. For individuals who are not lactose-intolerant, Milk products are a great source of L-Carnitine. L-Carnitine deficiency is a fairly common occurrence among vegans and vegetarians for this reason.

For individuals who desire to limit red meat consumption and are lactose intolerant, there are a number of fruits and vegetables which provide L-Carnitine, including bananas, apricots, kale, parsley, okra, mustard greens, garlic, collard greens, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and asparagus. Seeds and nuts also contain a healthy dose of L-Carnitine as well. Whole wheat, rice bran, oatmeal, corn, and rye contain L-Carnitine, but remember to avoid processed rice and grains when possible.

L-Carnitine as a Medical Treatment

There are a number of medical conditions for which L-Carnitine supplements and injections are recommended and/or prescribed. Some individuals have a genetic disorder which limits their ability to process their own L-Carnitine. Certain medical treatments such as hemodialysis can lead to L-Carnitine Deficiency as well. L-Carnitine supplements are an important thing to consider when starting a diet, because making a significant dietary transition can often lead to insufficient ingestion of certain nutrients such as L-Carnitine.

L-Carnitine is also a common supplement used during treatment of cardiovascular complications. L-Carnitine has been shown to alleviate cholesterol levels and decrease risk of heart attack, heart failure, and stroke. The protein has also been shown to relieve certain issues arising from poor circulation in the extremities.

L-Carnitine Reverses Muscle Atrophy

L-Carnitine supplementation is often recommended for AIDS patients in order to alleviate the symptoms of muscle wasting associated with the immune virus. L-Carnitine helps prevent the human body from feeding on its own musculature, which helps AIDS patients and has also been used to preserve health in patients in recovery from anorexia as well. For men who are having fertility trouble, L-Carnitine is often an early suggestion for encouraging procreative ability.

For patients too young to suffer from HGH Hormone Deficiency, L-Carnitine is a useful method of safely and legally optimizing endurance and physical performance. If you do suffer from HGH Hormone Deficiency or Testosterone Deficiency, L-Carnitine is one of the many nutrients that you will need to maximize the benefits of your treatment.


L-Carnitine and Bone Mass

As we age, L-Carnitine levels in the cells start to decline. This negatively impacts the metabolism of fatty tissues throughout the body. The bones are significantly affected by this metabolic decline. The bones are slowly but constantly undergoing a process known as remodeling and organs known as osteoblasts require adequate metabolic activity to perform their function of restructuring bone. Without sufficient osteoblast activity, the bones are slowly leeched of their calcium and an overall reduction in bone capacity will eventually result in osteoporosis.

L-Carnitine Provides Antioxidant Benefits

L-Carnitine is one of a large group of nutrients and supplements known as antioxidants. Antioxidants protect the body at a cellular level from elements known as free radicals. Free radicals are rogue atoms and molecules that lack an electric charge and can damage human cellular bodies. The purpose of antioxidants are to cancel out the potential damage caused by free radicals. When individuals lack sufficient antioxidants, these rogue elements and molecules take control and break down organs at a cellular level. L-Carnitine Deficiency is common in geriatric patients and, as a result, these patients are more at risk of cellular damage as a result.

Pharmaceutical Uses for L-Carnitine

L-Carnitine and the Heart

Clinical research has proven that L-Carnitine can be beneficial for patients that have suffered from angina. L-Carnitine supplementation reduces the need for certain medications and also increases energy and reduces fatigue while helping prevent further occurrences of chest pain. Some clinical studies even present evidence that L-Carnitine can help those that have suffered a heart attack from experiencing another. L-Carnitine can also prevent angina after a heart attack and can preserve normal heart rhythm, which may prevent the need for a pacemaker. There is not definitive evidence regarding these final claims as of yet, however.

L-Carnitine and Kidney Disease

The kidneys are one of the primary organs which create endogenous L-Carnitine. Patients who suffer from kidney disease almost universally suffer with issues with L-Carnitine production. Patients who undergo dialysis as a result of kidney disease are often prescribed L-Carnitine in order to maintain energy levels and reduce symptoms of fatigue related to kidney disease and its treatment.

L-Carnitine and Male Fertility

L-Carnitine Deficiency can lead to fertility issues in males. Sperm cells are one of the kinds of cells which most rely on L-Carnitine in order to function optimally. With insufficient L-Carnitine, sperm quality declines and the sperm are often not active enough to ensure insemination. L-Carnitine has also been proven beneficial in treating a disorder known as varicocele, which is a vascular disorder which disrupts the functional ability of the testicles. Evidence even suggests that L-Carnitine supplementation even outperforms surgery in the treatment of this disorder.

L-Carnitine and Weight Loss

Those who are interested in weight loss would be smart to use L-Carnitine as a dietary supplement. L-Carnitine is often labeled as a weight-loss treatment, but this is not quite an accurate assessment of what L-Carnitine can achieve. There is evidence that L-Carnitine can improve BMI by decreasing adipose fat while boosting muscle mass, but this may not result in overall weight loss. L-Carnitine in this respect can be understood more as a mechanism for body sculpting than for the encouragement of weight loss.

For patients with Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, Bio-Identical HGH injections vastly outperform L-Carnitine in the treatment over obesity, although L-Carnitine does produce many positive benefits regarding cardiovascular and metabolic health. It is important to think of L-Carnitine as a supplement which can increase the effectiveness of various forms of Hormone Replacement Therapy rather than a fully-fledged treatment option in and of itself.

L-Carnitine and Muscle Developmental

Clinical research has proven that L-Carnitine significantly improves muscle development and function. One study shows that L-Carnitine supplementation can even help healthy individuals increase muscle mass and reduce fatigue associated with exercise. Of course, until research suggests otherwise, it is important to limit L-Carnitine consumption to no more than 4 grams per day. As the body loses the ability to produce its own L-Carnitine with age, the benefits of L-Carnitine supplementation continue to become more and more pronounced.

L-Carnitine Can Benefit Patients with Mild to Moderate Asthmatics

Studies are beginning to show that some forms of asthma may be the result of L-Carnitine Deficiency in youth. In comparison to healthy children, kids with mild to moderate chronic asthma were shown to have comparatively lower levels of L-Carnitine. L-Carnitine has been shown to be a useful and successful treatment option for a significant portion of children with this form of asthma. L-Carnitine is thought to improve metabolism in cells within the lungs which helps the organ to absorb oxygen more efficiently, often reducing and eliminating the need for an inhaler.

L-Carnitine and Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism is the result of an overactive thyroid gland. Symptoms of hyperthyroidism include fatigue, insomnia, muscle atrophy, weight loss, and anxiety. There is clinical proof that hyperthyroidism pulls L-Carnitine from the body and impoverishes cells throughout the body from healthy L-Carnitine levels. There is significant evidence that L-Carnitine supplementation can alleviate and reverse many symptoms of Hyperthyroidism. L-Carnitine is secondary to hyperthyroidism and does not prevent hyperthyroidism, but can alleviate symptoms when they occur.

L-Carnitine is an Important Part of any Health Regimen

L-Carnitine is a potent metabolism-enhancing protein which can provide significant benefits throughout the body. Many Anti-Aging Hormone Panels include testing for L-Carnitine Deficiency. This test will help your physician optimize your Hormone Replacement Therapy Regimen, providing you the greatest possible benefits.

Healthy levels of L-Carnitine help Human Growth Hormone HRT patients by optimizing physiological and cellular metabolism. L-Carnitine also helps patients undergoing Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy by providing additional energy for muscle development and helping to preserve or even restore fertility in Testosterone Deficient patients.

Even if you do not choose to utilize Hormone Replacement Therapy, we encourage you to take supplemental L-Carnitine in order to help improve your physiological profile.


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