The Mayo Clinics’ definition of HGH, or human growth hormone is:
“Growth hormone is produced by the pituitary gland — a pea-sized structure at the base of the brain — to fuel childhood growth and help maintain tissues and organs throughout life. Beginning in middle age, however, the pituitary gland slowly reduces the amount of growth hormone it produces. This natural slowdown has prompted an interest in the use of synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) to stave off the realities of old age. However, there is little evidence to suggest human growth hormone can help otherwise healthy adults regain youth and vitality.”

HGH supplements, do they work or is it a farce?

What the medical profession may not consider are case studies conducted outside the circle, perhaps conducted by nutritional or other professionals that address results other than the reversal of aging. HGH supplements aspire to trigger ones natural HGH levels. Numerous studies claim HGH supplements have proven to increase vitality, strength, and the visible reduction of wrinkles.

My personal opinion is these supplements may facilitate positive results in various people and achieve zero for others. To me, there is no reversing the aging process however adding a little zing to your step or reducing the depth of wrinkles might just be attainable. The best way to determine if hgh supplements really work is to read, understand, and then decide if these supplements are right for you.

What is your opinion, effective or farce, do share!

Next up, my take on anti-wrinkle creams.