You’ve probably heard of the term “Human Growth Hormone” or “HGH” as it has become pretty popular in pop culture and society. But you may not be sure what it is, and what it actually does for us.

HGH is a hormone produced by the body’s pituitary gland. It spurs growth in children and teens. Some people think it will keep them looking and feeling young. HGH helps regulate body composition, body fluids, muscle and bone growth, sugar and fat metabolism, and, possibly, heart function. In other words, it’s an important hormone that serves many functions.

In the 1980s, a synthetic HGH was developed and approved by the FDA for specific uses in children and adults. Children born small, with certain syndromes affecting development, were often given HGH to help them grow better. Adults used HGH to battle short bowel syndrome and/or muscle-wasting disease associated with HIV/AIDS. And those with pituitary tumors who had a natural deficiency used synthetic HGH to help themselves develop somewhat normally.

These days, HGH is used by many athletes and active people who want to build muscle and enhance their performance. Since HGH levels naturally decrease with age, HGH is often seen as an anti-aging substance that will help people look and feel younger. There is enough supporting evidence to make increasing your levels a worthwhile endeavor, if it is something  you feel you need.

Sante Global’s chief product, Arginine Infusion, can increase a person’s HGH levels. If you’re looking to repair, rejuvenate and revive your body, consider natural products from Sante Global. 

HGH: An Anti Aging Miracle
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