Growth Hormone therapy is rapidly becoming the “Fountain of Youth” among the beautiful people of Hollywood. Sylvester Stallone, Jane Seymour and Suzanne Somers are just a few names whose careers are still going strong thanks to Human Growth Hormone.
But make no mistake, Growth Hormone therapy is no Hollywood fad. It is real science, and is being taken very seriously, by some very serious folks!
A few months back we reported that tech guru and super-entrepreneur Peter Thiel, was taking growth hormone therapy and backing research into its additional anti-aging potential.
Now, he is being joined by another high-profile billionaire philanthropist, Mark Cuban. Cuban has always been involved in sports. He is currently the owner of the NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks.
At a team press conference he recently announced he was funding a research study that was looking into how growth hormone therapy can speed the recovery of ligament tears, and other common sports injuries.
Cuban’s foundation put up $800,000 to back the two-year exploratory study being done by the University of Michigan. The FDA provided a special exemption for the single source grant to Cuban.
HGH has had a dark past with the sports world. It has been banned for its performance enhancing abilities. However, this research is taking HGH in another direction.
The Michigan researchers are hoping that they will show how growth hormone therapy can be used to strengthen the muscles around knee joints after surgical repair, to speed recovery and prevent career ending injuries.
Cuban hopes this will help the sports world see HGH in a new light.
In a written statement to ESPN Cuban said, “I love to test and challenge any schools of thought that have not been thought out. This partnership was a great first step toward finding the facts about HGH.”
Cuban is also known for his forward thinking investments. He is one of the “Sharks,” on the popular television series, “Shark Tank.”
What is HGH?
HGH is responsible for how you grow from childhood to adulthood. It continues to play a critical role throughout your life. Even once you are an adult you need HGH to help you maintain lean muscle and build stronger bones. Even though you need HGH your entire life, your body’s production of HGH does diminish as you get older.
Your HGH levels drop most significantly between the ages of 35 and 55.
That should not sound so surprising. Generally speaking, who is usually stronger, faster and more vital? Someone who is 20? Or someone who is 50?
The 20-something of course, and that is largely due to the differing levels of HGH.
Once you are over 35 your production of HGH goes down about 2%-4% every year. The older you get, the more significant that drop becomes. You start to feel it in being more tired, putting on weight, and sexual performance issues.
In fact, most of the things you think of as “just getting older,” are really the symptoms of low HGH!
However, you can replace what time and nature take aware with growth hormone therapy
Benefits of Growth Hormone Therapy
Growth Hormone Therapy can:
- Help you burn fat and gain muscle
- Boost your immune system
- Improve cellular health, so your body heals faster
- Return your energy to more youthful levels
- Improve your overall vitality and quality of life
- Help you to sleep better
- Improve your sex drive, and ability to perform sexually
- Improve cognition, focus and memory
As with any kind of Hormone Replacement Therapy, HGH optimization should only be prescribed for you by a trained physician.
Investors such as Mark Cuban are trying to bring anti-aging to entirely new levels. With their help I am confident in the very new future, we will have astounding new therapies to slow, or maybe even reverse aging.
Until that time, supplemental HGH is just one of the tools we use in physician guided age management.
Contact our offices today to see of a program of HGH optimization is right for you.
Have you or anyone you know taken HGH, what were the results?