Growth hormone-releasing hormone

Stimulating Growth Hormone: A Life-Extension Approach

Free radical and crosslinking damage play a very important role in both age related diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, and in aging itself. The damage done by these mechanisms is not the only deleterious change that takes place during aging, however.

The Growing Impact of Growth Hormone

Studies and real-life stories from everyday people show that growth hormone replacement therapy can have a dramatic effect on regaining youthful vitality, increasing muscle mass, improving immune function, bettering learning and memory, and lowering blood pressure.

Q & A: Growth Hormone-Releasing Agents Show Promise, with More Options Coming

Q & A: Growth Hormone-Releasing Agents Show Promise, with More Options Coming

Solid evidence is accumulating that certain amino acids can enhance beneficial growth hormone activity in the body, boost immune function and produce numerous anti-aging effects. Most promising is ongoing research on "secretogogue" therapy, that trigger the body's own growth hormone.

Growth Hormone Conference: Forestalling The Inexorable Changes Associated with Aging

This key conference on growth hormone therapy, drawing some of the most distinguished names in the field, laid out the significant linkages between the frailties of aging and the decline in GH.

How far along are we in harnessing the power of growth hormone and related natural substances to combat the consequences of aging? Some 100 of the world's leading growth hormone scientists convened at a site near the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., April 14-15, to explore a key piece of this puzzle, at a conference titled "Assessment of the Growth Hormone/IGF-1 Axis in Aging."

Bovine Growth Hormone: A Political, Economic, Ethical and Health Issue

WHEN THE FOOD AND Drug Administration approved the first major agricultural biotechnological product -- Bovine Growth Hormone (BGH) or Bovine Somatotropin (BST) -- for use in November 1993n the tremendous amount of opposition and controversy it generated was probably not fully anticipated. This genetically engineered product is produced by inserting the cow's BGH-making gene into the genetic code (its DNA) of a common strain of bacteria.(1n2)

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