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Written by , Updated on March 27th, 2021
Everyone knows that there are countless strategies to get and stay healthy. One of the most popular workout plans these days is known as High-Intensity Interval Training (abbreviated HIIT). In HIIT, a participant engages in an alternating routine between light cardio and intense physical activity. In doing so, it is possible to experience significant gains in both cardiovascular output and HGH Production. HIIT is also amazing at creating muscle tone and eviscerating bodyfat. The problem with HIIT is that it isn't for everyone. For example, people on specific diets, especially those low in carbohydrates, may find that their bodies don't … Continue reading
Written by , Updated on March 15th, 2021
Your final adult height is primarily the result of the influence of Human Growth Hormone on your body. During childhood and adolescence, surging Growth Hormone Levels contribute to the rapid increase in height during puberty. After puberty ends and the epiphyseal plates close, your body more or less maxes out concerning height. On the other hand, due to a variety of influences, you can slowly lose height as you get older. The following suggestions cannot only help adolescents maximize height gains during puberty, but they can also help aging men and women preserve their height. In some cases, those that … Continue reading
Written by , Published on March 14th, 2021
It is more so for women that are known to have major hormonal fluctuations throughout their lifetimes and especially around menopause, but men can experience deficiencies and imbalances as well. For example, as men age testosterone levels tend to decline at a regular pace, or even dramatically, leading to some serious, and not so serious, side effects. Another hormone that declines as one ages, for both men and women, is human growth hormone. Some people are more affected by hormone fluctuations than others and some have more serious imbalances than others. This comes down to genetics, but also your lifestyle … Continue reading