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Omnitrope is a Great Option for Men or Women with HGH Deficiency


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 14th, 2021

omnitrope is a great option for hgh deficiency 300x277Are you feeling overwhelmed by all of the different options available to treat human growth hormone (HGH) deficiency on the market these days? Now that HGH deficiency is becoming more accepted by doctors as a real medical/hormonal issue, multiple pharmaceutical companies have developed their own version of human growth hormone injections. Here, we will discuss one of these products in order to give you general information on what you can expect. The product is Omnitrope (somatropin), developed by Novartis/Sandoz and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). What is Somatropin? Somatropin is another term for synthetic human growth hormone, … Continue reading

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Using Sunlight to Remove Hormones From Our Water


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 6th, 2021

we can use sunlight to remove hormones from drinking water 300x200Steroid Hormones Contaminate Water Worldwide Like we said, hormones are one of the biggest pollutants. Considered a micropollutant, steroid hormones are a worldwide water issue and pose threats to our health and the environment, even when present in small quantities. This is because hormones very easily react and cause biochemical changes in our bodies, as well as other species’ bodies. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a very efficient or sustainable method that easily removes hormones from our drinking water – until now. Now there is a new chemical process that has been developed by scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology … Continue reading

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Night Sweats are an Important Indicator of Hormone Imbalance


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 28th, 2021

night sweats indicate hormone imbalance 300x200Sweating in general is a way that the body regulates temperature, specifically by reducing body temperature. When exercising vigorously or walking outside in the blazing sun, excessive sweat is to be expected for most people (except for those lucky ones who never seem to never break a sweat!). However, waking up in the middle night, while lying still in bed, and breaking out in excessive sweat is not normal. We can define night sweats as sweating in excess of what is required by the body to properly regulate the body temperature. Underlying Health Issues May Be Cause of Night Sweats … Continue reading

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