Maximize HGH Secretagogue
Secretagogue?? What's that? A secretagogue is a formula that stimulates your body to secrete a specific substance. In this case, our Maximize formula stimulates your pituitary gland to increase its production of natural HGH or Human Growth Hormone.
Now let’s discuss HGH
Growth hormone (GH or HGH), or somatotropin as scientists say, is a peptide hormone with far-reaching effects on human cell growth and metabolism. Growth hormone is produced within the lateral wings of the anterior pituitary gland.
Next to its well-known effects on cellular growth and repair, human growth hormone has been shown to have significant beneficial effects on protein synthesis, fatty acid oxidation and body composition.
As We All Age: Studies have shown that with advancing age, men and women with no clinical evidence of pituitary pathology develop significant decreases in GH secretion Against that background it is not surprising that growth hormone therapy is associated with significant improvements in several health-relevant parameters in the aging population:
Lower HGH production levels can be reversed AgeForce's Maximze transdermal time-release patches.
Health And Fitness Benefits Of HGH Supplementation
Over the past decade, the list of scientifically confirmed benefits of growth hormone therapy has expanded. As of now, the following benefits now include:
Osteo-anabolic (=bone building) effects
Increased muscle size and strength
increases in red blood cells and subsequent improvements in exercise performance
Normalization of heart function and pathological changes in cardiac morphology
Increases in energy expenditure, fatty acid oxidation and muscular protein synthesis
Reductions in "bad" LDL cholesterol and improvements of the HDL/LDL ratio, which are directly associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease
Normalization of glucose metabolism (w/ long-term treatment)
Improvements in several measures of quality of life and psychological well-being
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Prior to using the patch. In my judgement, the patch is much more effective. Hair and skin and nails are more youthful. I am helping my niece renovate her house and can put in more hours than I thought I would. I do recommend this patch if you wish to experiment with your hgh levels.
Thank you Age Force and my wife says thank you also. J J J If you think you are done, to old for gains and the quality of life you had in your 30’s think again! Also believe what they say, you do sleep like you did in your 30’s so maybe buy a new alarm clock if you still work full time, I had to. I also do the DHEA patches which work well.
I heard about HGH Maximize from my cousin and gave it a try. I'm kind of anal so I took a baseline blood test before I started and after my 60-day test. Guess What?
AgeForce's Maximize HGH Booster works!