Should You Take HGH (human growth hormone)?

limitme

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Should people take hgh? Especially as they get older? Or just eat foods that promote hgh production? Like goji berries? (21 bucks a pound for dried goji berries at HEB)...pretty steep.
 

ozzie

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I don't think they should, You could try growing your own gogi berry, I did I got some berries from the supermarket and raised some of the seeds they grew allright, but i don't
Think the weather is right for here to fruit properly.
 

Arrowwind09

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Yes, I certaninly would take HGH if I could afford it...to maintain levels of a 35 year old. Why not? It is an indentical hormone and your body knows exactly what to do with it.

You can grow your own gogi easily, in zone 4 or warmer, so even in quite cold climates. there are several websites that tell you how. I will be trying them next year but Ive never read that they will help with HGH but I might have missed it.
 

jbo

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Yes, I certaninly would take HGH if I could afford it...to maintain levels of a 35 year old. Why not? It is an indentical hormone and your body knows exactly what to do with it.

You can grow your own gogi easily, in zone 4 or warmer, so even in quite cold climates. there are several websites that tell you how. I will be trying them next year but Ive never read that they will help with HGH but I might have missed it.
How expensive is it
 

majbsb

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I've been growing Goji, its my third year now and I'm waiting for fruit. Stallone takes a lot of HGH, he looks great for a grandpa so must work then?
 

Cookie

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Suppliment your HGH the natural way; excercize!!!

an IXQuick search for HGH workout should land you at Mark's Daily Apple.

:D Yay!! I love when exercise advocates come on board.
Mark's Daily Apple is one of my fav websites. He has quite an impressive bio!


 

Solstice Goat

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Thanks Cookie! :kisses:

As I always say, your body is your resume when it comes to diet and fitness.

Chris Kresser and Byron J Richards are a few more of my favorites. Food Renegade is another quality site. No more updates on Junk Food Science, but if you haven't been before there is still a ton of good reference material.

To quote Laurel, publisher of Laurel's Kitchen Cookbook, "Exercise is so important it must be included as a nutrient."
 

Vnat32

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I took the hgh and it did nothing for me....now im trying some maca with colostrum and a little of exercise and the benefits on skin and body have been awesome!
 

Arrowwind09

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I've been growing Goji, its my third year now and I'm waiting for fruit. Stallone takes a lot of HGH, he looks great for a grandpa so must work then?
Please tell me about goji and hgh. I just started growing them too.
 
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Honey I'd be more concerned with updating those whiteytighties to boxer briefs!
LOL!!! OMG! Sure that's quite easy for someone with *grins* "Deep Pockets" to say to replace one's wardrobe...And are you saying that you don't see the resemblence between I & Michael Jordan when he's posing w/ his whitey-tighties in those Hanes Underwear commercials? See look again *poses for Cookie...* See the resemblence now? :oops:
 

happy2bhere

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I'm ordering a rebounder to add to my treadmill, hand weights and bands - air walker regimen. I do alot of walking outside, too.

Been spraying the HGH once under the tongue every other day or so - but I am not sure whether I should continue or not.
 

jaminhealth

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Santa Monica
This is an old thread but wonder about a HGH with a homeopathic remedy in that is in the form of a gel would help an 80 yr old with chronic body pain. It's me.

My daughter is getting involved in a product that is a rub on gel, two times daily on the arm, and I've read benefits but I'm looking for reduced pain.

Anyone have some thoughts....this product costs about $140 or a two month dispenser.

She's excited about it as it's addressed issues for this 55 yr old already.
 


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