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HGH TREATMENT FOR FATTY LIVER DISEASE ON THE HORIZON


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 14 November 2020
Bio-Identical HGH Therapy may be a potent option for patients struggling with NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease) associated with obesity in the near future. A small pilot study was conducted by Dr. Takara Stanley and research partners and was published in the medical journal Clinical Endocrinology. While this research is in its preliminary phases, the potential is real. Liver Disease is a growing problem in the United States, owing not only to alcohol and addiction but to obesity. NAFLD is one of the most diagnosed forms of Liver Disease. As the condition increases in severity, it progresses into a condition known as NASH (Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis).

What Causes Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?

NAFLD is inflammation caused by the accumulation of liver fat. While alcoholism can lead to Fatty Liver Disease, NAFLD specifically refers to Fatty Liver Disease not caused by the abuse of alcohol. This condition causes cirrhosis, the buildup of scar tissue, and, eventually, liver cancer. A growing body of research suggests that NAFLD is strongly correlated with diabetes and obesity, which leads to metabolic syndrome. Other symptoms of metabolic syndrome include obesity centered around the midsection, high blood sugar, elevated blood pressure, increased triglycerides, and high cholesterol.

How Can Human Growth Hormone Treatments Help Patients With Liver Complications?

Many studies have shown that HGH Therapy is very effective at increasing the rate of Liver Regeneration. As of today, there are no FDA-Approved Medical Treatments for NAFLD, leaving doctors to merely recommend exercise, weight loss, and lifestyle changes. While these holistic options provide benefits to patients, it's critical to find effective treatments to improve the lives of these patients and combat NAFLD/NASH. Human Growth Hormone plays an important role in metabolismIt helps free energy from fat cells for use by the body. Much of the heavy work associated with Growth and Metabolism is associated with IGF-1 and other Growth Factors/Hormones released in the HGH Hormone Cascade. There is some evidence that diminished HGH Production is one of the contributing factors which lead to obesity. For this study, 24 patients were selected for evaluation (11 males/13 females). 18 patients completed the course, and none left due to side-effects. All patients were clinically obese, with a minimum 5% hepatic fat fraction (11% average). Experimental patients received Norditropin HGH Injections, while the control group received no medical intervention. Researchers discovered that patients taking Growth Hormone Therapy experienced a 36% reduction in liver fat, whereas control patients only saw a decrease of 3.6%. If Liver Fat falls below 5%, Steatosis is considered resolved. 5 of 9 patients in the experimental group surpassed this goal, whereas only a single untreated patient reached the same outcome.

Other Benefits of HGH for Fatty Liver Disease

HGH Patients also experienced lower levels of several liver enzymes associated with liver damage and inflammation. Beyond that, Growth Hormone Injections led to improvements in lean muscle mass, body fat, and BMI. IGF-1 Levels rose to healthy levels and did not increase C-reactive protein, and did not impact blood sugar/fat. While future study is necessary, the results are favorable, in line with similar research in both human and animal models.

A BRIEF GUIDE TO ENDOCRINOLOGY


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 02 November 2020


Endocrinology is an area of medical science that is devoted to the study of Hormones. The Endocrine System represents the variety of organs and glands which are responsible for hormone production and regulation. Endocrinologists are heavily involved in the investigation of medical disorders and conditions which impact human health via Hormone Imbalance, including infertility, Low-T, HGH Deficiency, Thyroid Insufficiency, Obesity, Hypertension, and more. The Endocrine System is incredibly complex, but some of the central glands in the system are the Ovaries, Testes, Pancreas, Adrenals, Parathyroids, Thyroid, Pituitary, Pineal, and the Hypothalamus.

What Do Hormones Do?

Every Hormone in the body has at least one job to do. In the case of many hormones, such as HGH and Serotonin, they perform various functions depending on physiological circumstances. Hormones are often called Chemical Messengers because their job is to help different parts of the body communicate. The end-point where a Hormone completes its task is known as the Target and can be located pretty much anywhere in the body. It's estimated that as many as forty hormones can be active in the bloodstream at a time. The Following is a brief list of functions modulated by Hormones:

  • Mood
  • Reproduction
  • Sexual Function
  • Metabolism
  • Growth and Physical Development
  • Blood Sugar Regulation

The Perils of Hormone Imbalance

Our hormones interact in a very complex way. Proper function depends on Hormone Cascades, which are delicately balanced. If one hormone isn't being produced correctly, it affects entire systems. The human body is pretty great at maintaining Hormone Balance on its own, but sometimes things can get out of whack in a way that requires outside intervention. Endocrinologists are doctors that specialize in the area of Hormone Health.

Parts of The Endocrine System


Adrenal Glands

The Adrenals are critical to the regulation of blood pressure and salt/water balance. These glands are situated just above the kidneys. They also play a pivotal role in metabolism and stress response. While they produce sex hormones throughout the lifespan, they also trigger the development of the sex organs themselves. The three main classes of hormones that the adrenal glands produce are androgens, glucocorticoids, and mineralocorticoids.

Hypothalamus

The Hypothalamus is considered the prime control center of the brain. It links the nervous system and the endocrine system via the Pituitary. The Hypothalamus produces many precursor hormones and also controls a lot of involuntary duties such as thirst, hunger, and temperature regulation.

Pituitary Gland

The Pituitary is tiny—about the size of a single pea—but it has huge responsibilities. The Pituitary releases hormones which act upon other glands such as the reproductive organs, the adrenals, and the thyroid. It's often called the Master Gland for this reason. Growth, sexual function, and renal function are all high priorities for the Pituitary.

Pineal Gland

The Pineal gland is critical to the circadian rhythm. It's deep in the core of the brain and is responsible for the production of melatonin, which controls our sleeping habits.

Pancreas

The Pancreas does double-duty as a link between the Digestive System and the Endocrine System. The Islets of Langerhans are the parts of the Pancreas responsible for hormone production. The Pancreas helps control metabolism and blood sugar, and pancreatic malfunction is the prime cause of Diabetes.

Parathyroid Glands

The human body has four Parathyroid glands, all around the size of a pencil-tip. They are located behind the thyroid, deep in the neck. The glands are responsible for controlling calcium levels, not only in the bones but throughout the body. The glands produce Parathyroid Hormone to modulate calcium and also interact with the intestines to draw calcium from the digestive tract.

Thyroid gland

The thyroid is also located in the neck and is responsible for converting Iodine into T3 and T4. These hormones are critical to heart rate, temperature, and blood pressure. They also modify how the body responds to the influence of other hormones. The thyroid also down-regulates calcium.

Testes

Testes are the male glands. The Testes produce Testosterone and other sex hormones, which both control sexual development and support sexual health. Testosterone also has unique effects on several different systems.

Ovaries

As opposed to the testes, women have Ovaries as their primary sexual glands. The ovaries are responsible for spurring sexual development. The ovaries produce both progesterone and estrogen, which are both vital to menstrual regulation and pregnancy.


HOW MUCH DOES TESTOSTERONE CONTROL MEN'S BEHAVIOR?


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 07 October 2020
While Testosterone is undeniably critical to male physiology, it's essential to understand the wide range of effects that Testosterone has on men. Testosterone clearly impacts the way that men act and think in a variety of ways. It's correlated with increased assertiveness and confidence as well as increased aggression, for example. There's no doubt that Testosterone has some effect on male behavior, but it's also possible that Testosterone is somewhat of a red herring when it comes to many factors that differentiate men and women psychologically. Testosterone, unlike most hormones, has a very particular mystical aura surrounding its effects. Along with confidence and assertiveness, the quintessentially male hormone is also associated with increased promiscuity, athletic prowess, and willingness to take risks.

Testosterone and the Endocrine System

Testosterone is one of a number of Steroid Hormones, along with progesterone, Estrogen, and others. Cholesterol is the foundation of Testosterone. While Testosterone is dominant in men, it's also produced in much smaller amounts by women. Testosterone is just one actor in the endocrine system, and the human body functions at its peak when all of these hormones are in proper alignment. Just like women need some Testosterone, men require some level of Estrogen for health and fertility. These Hormones do more than just promote sexual function, however. They also support liver function, cardiovascular health, and bone structure, just to name a few key influences.

Testosterone and Psychology

While Testosterone is linked with several traits associated with toxic masculinity, it's quite possible that the hormone gets a bad wrap. Early research in the late 19th and early 20th century clearly correlated Testosterone with aggression in animals. As we've learned more about how Testosterone works over the last century, it's clear that our actions and circumstances influence Testosterone Production. There are feedback mechanisms at play. While Testosterone increases the tendency toward aggression, our free will certainly play a role as well. Numerous recent studies have begun to explore the link between Cortisol and Testosterone. Cortisol is the body's primary stress hormone and is built from the same component parts as Testosterone. It's theorized by many that Testosterone is produced in anticipation of aggression and competition, just as Cortisol is released in response to stress. Testosterone also appears to act as a sorting mechanism for dominance. Studies have shown that success in competition leads to temporarily increased Testosterone, while defeat is correlated with a drop in Testosterone. This is true not only for competitors, but for fans! This is one area that is very different for men and women. Among men, success and competition have the potential to create a feedback loop that induces ongoing aggression. In women, this is not the case.

Self Control and Testosterone

So it's clear that Testosterone induces aggression, but can nurture mitigate the negative risks associated with Testosterone? One study shows that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy during adolescence can help boys and men control how their bodies and brains respond to confrontation. Therapy reduced aggression during adulthood and also produced less Testosterone during provocation. Men release Testosterone in response to situations that suggest the need for aggression, but cognitive processes can keep the mind in control of the emotions. Interestingly enough, studies show that women and men both have a similar capacity for anger. The differences lie in the way that anger is expressed. Men are far more likely to respond with physical aggression than women. It's believed that Testosterone makes men more likely to convert anger into force and action than women. In the end, it's important to understand that Testosterone is not in the driver seat of male psychology. Men ultimately have control over our actions, and our choices and willpower can keep the potential negative consequences of Testosterone in check. Testosterone is just a tool, and men must wield that tool thoughtfully.

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