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My Millennial Transformation


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 3rd, 2024

my millenial transformation with human growth hormone 300x200Reading Time: 5 minutes First, let me say that HGH (human growth hormone) supplementation isn’t for everyone. Some people don’t need it, and for people who don’t need it, it can be very bad for you. Your health could be harmed or ruined if you follow some unqualified person’s sales pitch and take it willy-nilly. But if you do need it, then it will transform your life for the better. And now, I will tell you how it transformed my life. (The only way to know if you need HGH or not is to get tested by a qualified clinic working with world-class labs … Continue reading


Look Out For Those Hormone Scammers!


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 2nd, 2024

watch out for HGH scams 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Human Growth Hormone (HGH) replacement therapy is often described as a godsend and a miracle for those with a deficiency of this natural substance. It’s life-changing and beneficial. Comments like “I’ve got my life back now” are not uncommon after starting the therapy. “Not just my love life,” one patient explained, “though that’s back with a bang — but also my ability to work all day long without feeling tired and weak; my productivity has gone way up. My mental alertness and ability to reason and solve problems have shot way, too. It’s like I have the energy, stamina, and … Continue reading


A Tale of Two Friends — Hormone Deficiency Testimonials


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 1st, 2024

hormone deficiency testimonial 300x184Reading Time: 3 minutes I have two friends who suffer from adult-onset hormone deficiency. Their stories are very, very different. But they start out the same. Let’s call my friends Fred and Art (not their real names). Both were in their mid-40s when all this started to happen. The 40s should be a great time in a man’s life. You’re mature enough to know yourself and leverage that knowledge into confidence, wisdom, and success with a career and success in love. And women can sense that maturity about you, coupled with plenty of pure animal energy that almost all healthy men in their 40s … Continue reading


Anti-Aging Benefits from Hormone Balance


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 30th, 2024

anti aging benefits of hormone balance 2 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes When your hormones are out of balance, all kinds of wacky and annoying things can happen inside your body and even your mind. Some of the side effects of hormone imbalance are really quite detrimental to your quality of life. In fact, when patients start a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) program, they are usually amazed by how much younger they feel – and even look! The better you feel, the younger you will feel. Do you want to experience the anti-aging and regenerative properties of HRT yourself? Cellular Regeneration is the Core of HGH Therapy As we age, our organs … Continue reading


Sermorelin Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone Analog


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on April 29th, 2024

factor free trial hgh hrt healthReading Time: 10 minutes Geref Sermorelin Acetate Therapy Geref is one of the many forms of Sermorelin Acetate injection that have been released in the American market. Sermorelin at a Glance Sermorelin is a synthetic form of Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. GH-RH comprises a chain of forty-four amino acids, whereas Sermorelin only contains twenty-nine amino acids. Despite this fact, Sermorelin functions identically to GH-RH in the human body and is one of the most popular forms of GH-RH therapy. One of the most common ways Sermorelin is configured for human injection is by forming an acetate salt to which Sermorelin is attached. Sermorelin Acetate Breakdown … Continue reading


Hormone Imbalance Could be Ruining Your Chances to Conceive


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 28th, 2024

hormone imbalance affects fertility 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes If you’re a married woman trying to have children, you might be one of those who are finding it hard to conceive. Could an imbalance in your hormones be the culprit? We are all very fortunate to live in an age when science – and a few simple measurements and tests – can give us an accurate answers. For many couples struggling to engender a child, hormone therapy can increase the chances of conception relatively quickly and non-invasively. Although in rare cases it is the husband suffering from a hormonal imbalance, in the vast majority of cases it’s the woman … Continue reading


Can Low Testosterone Be Cured?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 27th, 2024

is there a cure for low testosterone 300x210Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re suffering from the debilitating effects of low testosterone (also called “Low-T”), your most urgent and probably the first question is going to be: Can Low-T be cured? The answer is complex, so pay attention. In one sense, the answer is no, because many conditions (such as genetics) that cause low testosterone persist for a lifetime or (like environmental factors that can’t be changed easily) persist for a very long time. But also, in a sense, you could say yes, there is, because modern medicine offers testosterone replacement therapy (also called TRT) which can bring Low-T sufferers back to … Continue reading


New Research Explores How Testosterone Influences Your Popular or Unpopular Opinions


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 26th, 2024

testosterone influences social change 203x300Reading Time: 4 minutes Testosterone levels in both men and women may actually be a catalyst for social change. Revolutionary social changes tend to start with an individual, or several individuals, who hold strong, innovative, and usually unpopular opinions. Why do specific individuals seem to forge their own paths and choose to hold controversial views, despite the backlash and/or dissuasion from others? You might think it’s because of genetics – some people are bolder and brash than others – but another factor is the hormone testosterone. Some Like to “Go With the Flow,” While Some Have Other Plans According to most psychologists, humans tend … Continue reading


Hormone Replacement Therapy – a Bad Rap?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 25th, 2024

why does hormone replacement therapy have a bad rap 200x300Reading Time: 4 minutes In some circles, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has gotten a “bad rap” or bad reputation among consumers, who may therefore be reluctant to consider or even investigate it. And that’s a shame because there are many potential benefits of HRT that millions of people might miss out on. First, let’s admit right out in front that the bad reputation of HRT that exists in some people’s minds has more than a grain of truth in it. It’s true that some people – primarily extreme athletes who essentially want to cheat instead of winning on their own merits or folks desperate … Continue reading


Weekly Therapy for Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency Approved by FDA


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 24th, 2024

FDA approves use of Sogroya 193x300Reading Time: 3 minutes The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new type of therapy to treat adult-onset growth hormone deficiency. Sogroya (somapacitan) only needs to be injected once a week instead of daily, as with other growth hormone therapies on the market. In August 2020, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the sale and use of an entirely new type of growth hormone therapy to treat adult-onset growth hormone deficiency. This is big news because the therapy, Sogroya by Novo Nordisk, makes growth hormone therapy much easier and more convenient for the patient. Typically, a patient suffering from low growth hormone … Continue reading


Why Do I Have Growth Hormone Deficiency?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 23rd, 2024

why do you have HGH deficiency 200x300Reading Time: 3 minutes Many disturbing symptoms occurring together, such as lack of sex drive, poor sexual performance, lassitude, lethargy, chronic fatigue, brain fog, constantly feeling tired, low energy, lack of self-confidence, inability to work consistently, and others, could mean that you are suffering from adult-onset growth hormone deficiency. With the most modern testing methods, such as those offered by our clinic, you can easily and quickly know for sure if a lack of human growth hormone (HGH) is the cause. And if it is the cause, we can develop a safe, legal, and effective treatment program customized for you. Before you know it, … Continue reading


13 Natural Ways to Increase Longevity and Quality of Life


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 22nd, 2024

old age longevity improved quality of life 300x200Reading Time: 7 minutes Just because one or several of your parents or grandparents passed away at a young age or earlier than was expected doesn’t mean that you have to either – or live a life that is less than optimal if you do reach the ripe old age of 90-100. Your longevity is not solely based on your genetics; you can do several things now to increase your longevity and quality of life as you age. Environmental factors, such as diet and lifestyle, are actually the keys here to a long, happy life. Habits to Adopt for a Long Life Eat more … Continue reading


Chronic Stress is a Major Factor in Causing Hair Loss


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 21st, 2024

chronic stress causes hair loss 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Have you noticed that your hair is thinner and less lustrous as you've gotten older? Maybe it’s prone to split ends and is always dried out. All these issues are probably linked to your stress level and mainly hair loss. Researchers from Harvard have found a link between chronic stress and hair loss. Read on to learn more! Stress Hormone Inhibits Hair Follicle Activity Some big players conducted the study described in this article. The researchers were from Harvard, MIT, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, Massachusetts General Hospital, and University Hospital Würzburg in Germany. The … Continue reading


Testosterone Replacement Therapy May Help Cure Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 20th, 2024

testosterone therapy may reduce NAFLD 300x281Reading Time: 3 minutes Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) is a disease that is on the rise in the United States, mainly due to increased obesity rates and Americans who do not watch their fat intake or lifestyle as well as they should. Just because you aren’t consuming alcohol daily doesn’t mean that your liver is A-OK. Other factors affect the functions of the liver. It is estimated that cases of NAFLD will increase by 21% by 2030. NAFLD Linked to Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes Not surprisingly, NAFLD is more commonly found in people with type-2 diabetes, who are obese, and have insulin resistance as … Continue reading


The Three Best Ways to Increase Your HGH Levels


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 19th, 2024

top 3 ways to boost hgh levels 300x200Reading Time: 5 minutes At our clinic, we know that hormone imbalance can be a real drain on your life and feeling of wellness. Chronic fatigue... weight gain… thinning hair...premature aging of skin...anxiety/depression...the list of bad side effects that continuously permeate your life goes on and on. Things only get worse as you age, especially since human growth hormone and testosterone both tend to decrease significantly as one ages. Thankfully, there are both natural and medical ways to increase your human growth hormone levels, which will be the focus of this article. The Basics of Human Growth Hormone We need hormones for our bodies … Continue reading


Crazy-Making Hormone Problems


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 18th, 2024

no diet or exercise plan can totally fix hormone imbalance 300x231Reading Time: 3 minutes The hormone problems that drive people crazy are usually the ones that they don’t know are hormone problems. And that’s a large percentage of the total. Many people never get regular check-ups, and much of the time, a regular check-up doesn’t include hormone testing. So getting tested by hormone specialists, like those at our clinic, is the key to knowing what’s going on with your all-important endocrine system. An example: You’ve been trying to lose weight. You’ve tried exercises of all kinds, jogging, other cardio workouts, strength training, powerlifting, mountain climbing, and even signing up for strenuous sports. Yet the … Continue reading


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


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 17th, 2024

omnitrope is a great option for hgh deficiency 300x277Reading Time: 3 minutes Are 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 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, synthesized in … Continue reading


Micro Nutrients Versus Macro Nutrients


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on April 16th, 2024

a female sermorelin doctor shows a sign okay isolated on white background  221x300Reading Time: 3 minutes Our bodies comprise billions, even trillions, of tiny biological machines called cells. If each of those little machines is operating optimally (hopefully), then the whole system will feel better, look better, and perform better. Right? In short, cell function is a direct indicator of cellular health. If a cell is not functioning correctly, the metabolic processes necessary to sustain life are compromised, thus increasing a person's risk for disease. A Disease can manifest subtly with symptoms like weight gain or general fatigue or more acutely with signs and symptoms like tumors or infections. Here are the recommended nutrients you need … Continue reading


Will COVID-19 Affect My Testosterone Levels?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 15th, 2024

covid 19 causes low testosterone levels 251x300Reading Time: 4 minutes YES! Recent research has found that the Coronavirus actually lowers testosterone levels in men. Researchers in Turkey have come to a grim conclusion. Not only will COVID-19 cause you to feel extremely ill and possibly be fatal, but if you do survive the virus attack, your testosterone levels will have plummeted, leaving you susceptible to testosterone deficiency and all the adverse symptoms that come along with it. Read on to learn more about this important discovery, published in The Aging Male. Link Between Low Testosterone Levels and Admission to ICU The research team has found a link between low testosterone … Continue reading


Can Drinking Alcohol Affect My Hormone Levels? Part 1


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on April 14th, 2024

the effect of alcohol on hormones and hormone balance 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes The hormones in your body are part of a delicately coordinated system that has evolved in symbiosis with the environment and with all of our body’s internal systems over millions of years. Each system, and each part of the system, is coordinated with and depends on the rest. Our hormones send chemical messages to our organs, tissues, and skeletal system to keep us healthy and functioning correctly for our current environment and age. We spent most – almost all – of our evolution in an environment where we never, or rarely, consumed alcohol. So alcohol is, in evolutionary terms, something … Continue reading

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