Best HGH Reading I have come across.

Discussion in 'Human Growth Hormone and Peptides' started by Rockclimber, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. fodsod

    fodsod Member

    Saved for later. Looks like good stuff.
     
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  2. ChestRockwell

    ChestRockwell Member

    Surely you meant the second best GH reading you've come across?!?
     
  3. TRT

    TRT Member

    Ya cause mine is the best at 10iu am.lol
     
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  4. DrankSlangin

    DrankSlangin Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    I’m gonna start reading these this evening, but I must thank you @ChestRockwell for your article on GH. I just read it 2 days ago and it was incredibly enlightening and well written. Many thank yous for your insight as always.
     
  5. NorthMich

    NorthMich Member

    Where is Chest’s article linked?
     
  6. Logan44551

    Logan44551 Member

    There is like 3 of them on the homepage
     
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  7. NorthMich

    NorthMich Member

    Groovy
     
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  8. fodsod

    fodsod Member

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  9. Rockclimber

    Rockclimber Member

    Haha that's true, your articles consolidate everything in a consistent concise manner which is easy to digest for the Layman. I did appreciate these articles for their insulin sensitivity discussions. I found it fascinating that upon administration of growth hormone your body becomes less insulin sensitive but as you lose adipose tissue over time on growth hormone your body becomes actually more insulin sensitive which is why they suggest starting at low levels and working your way to higher doses of GH. Really fascinating stuff and I happened to print every one of them out to give to my mom. We'll see what she says!
     
  10. Rockclimber

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    Rockclimber Member

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  13. Rockclimber

    Rockclimber Member

    This one is a MUST READ for everyone here:
    Context: Recombinant human-GH (r-hGH), in supraphysiological doses, is self-administered by athletes in the belief that it is performance enhancing.

    *Not the best study but admits "Although these observations argue against a beneficial effect of supraphysiological GH during exercise, we cannot rule out a potentially advantageous effect of GH administration in the posttraining setting. For example, increased fatty acid concentrations postexercise could be advantageous in replenishing muscle triglyceride stores."*

    There were few side effects reported by those who had received r-hGH treatment; one individual noted ankle swelling and transient arthralgia, which resolved within 48 h of commencing treatment, and another reported general fatigue and reduced concentration.

    We have demonstrated recently in GHD (Note: This stands for Growth Hormone Deficient... but lets be honest, after the age of 35 we are all severely deficient in GH) adults that rates of lipolysis and FFA turnover, at rest and during exercise, are greater during GH replacement (11). The current study extends these findings by demonstrating that in healthy GH-replete subjects both under resting conditions and during exercise, lipolysis and FFA availability are enhanced by administration of supraphysiological doses of r-hGH.

    Effects of High-Dose Growth Hormone on Glucose and Glycerol Metabolism at Rest and during Exercise in Endurance-Trained Athletes | The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism | Oxford Academic
     
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  14. Johnny442

    Johnny442 Member

    This may sound like a dumbass noob question but I know nothing about Gh. I have degenerative disk disease, severe spinal stenosis and bone spurs in my whole lumbar region. Will GH help me or will it accelerate my bone spur growth? @ChestRockwell and any other gurus.
     
  15. Rockclimber

    Rockclimber Member

    @Johnny442 There are no peer reviewed studies done on this however if we look at it scientifically, GH helps repair soft tissues and promotes collagen synthesis. By definition an intervertebral disc consists of two layers. The outer layer is a tough skin that contains and protects the inner layer, which is a gel-like substance consisting of mostly protein and water. Potentially painful issues, including bone spurs, can occur from the wearing out of these discs. Therefor, and again there are no studies to confirm this and I am not an M.D. but I believe that GH may relieve some of your symptoms.
     
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  16. Johnny442

    Johnny442 Member

    Thanks brother. I think I will try that before I go under the knife.
     
  17. Rockclimber

    Rockclimber Member

    EXCELLENT READ FOR BODYBUILDING
    This double-blind, placebo-controlled study demonstrates that administration of supraphysiological doses of r-hGH to endurance-trained athletes exerts a protein anabolic effect both at rest and during submaximal exercise.

    High Dose Growth Hormone Exerts an Anabolic Effect at Rest and during Exercise in Endurance-Trained Athletes | The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism | Oxford Academic


    I'll sum it up for you:
    "In summary, these findings demonstrate that short-term administration of supraphysiological GH exerts an anabolic effect at rest and during exercise, supporting the theoretical possibility that acute GH excess may have short-term benefits for physical performance. The effect of GH to conserve protein during exercise has potential therapeutic implications that merit exploration."
     
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  18. NorthMich

    NorthMich Member

    Great thread