GHRP-6 Info

Posted on June 9, 2015
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While it sounds like something which Mork, of Mork & Mindy fame, might have eaten with sugar for breakfast, GHRP-6 is actually a synthetic, injectable growth hormone-releasing hexapeptide. Made up of six amino acids, it is geared to signal the pituitary gland to increase secretion of GH (growth hormone, also known as hGH or human […]

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Melanotan II: What is it?

Posted on May 22, 2015
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Melanotan II is a synthetic peptide, based on the naturally occurring melanocortin peptide hormone alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone (a-MSH), that encourages melanin production in the body. It is sometimes confused with melatonin, or melanotan I, another synthetic peptide which has the generic name afamelanotide. When melanin—produced as the body copes with UV sun damage—is increased, skin […]

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Testosterone Increase from Heavy Lifting: Fact or Fiction?

Posted on October 13, 2014
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For years, we’ve been told that doing the core, large-muscle heavy lifts (squats and deadlifts) increase your natural anabolic hormones. In powerlifting and bodybuilding circles, it is well known that supraphysiological dosages of testosterone esters improve muscle protein synthesis. So it is a natural extension to think that raising your natural testosterone and growth hormone […]

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Ipamorelin How Does it Affect the Body?

Posted on January 29, 2014
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Ipamorelin is the newest muscle building peptide supplement in the body building and athletic markets.  The peptide is synthetically produced and releases maximum amounts of growth hormone. The growth hormone that is released from the peptides of Ipamorelin is one of the strongest seen on the market to date, pertaining to muscle growth and weight […]

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What is Mechano Growth Factor?

Posted on January 15, 2014
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Mechano Growth Factor is produced by our muscles after a strenuous workout or after our muscles have been overloaded and have broken down. Perhaps better known in the exercise world as when muscles are torn down by a lot of cardio and especially heavy weight lifting. When the muscles are injured it is our body’s […]

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What is Melanotan and What does it do?

Posted on December 30, 2013
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Melanotan-II was first created at The University of Arizona as a possible way to help people ward off skin cancer. Melanotan-II is formulated in a lab and is a reproduction of a hormone that human body naturally produces called melanocyte-stimulating hormone. This hormone helps the body’s natural pigmentation become active and produce tanned skin. It […]

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Why Do Famous People Take HGH or IGF-1?

Posted on February 11, 2013
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HGH- Human Growth Hormone; IGF-1 Insulin Growth Factor 1.   Why do famous people take HGH or IGF-1? What makes these hormones so popular among the famous? Is it Illegal? Expensive? What does either of these hormones do? First, HGH, Human growth hormone is something we produce, release into our blood stream for repair and […]

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CJC-1295 Facts

Posted on January 22, 2013
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Cjc-1295 Overview   The CJC-1295 peptide has many benefits and functions. This peptide, in single dose form, has the ability to stay in the body for several days and continuously trigger several growth hormone pulses per day, compared to GRF 1-29, which lasts in the body only a few to thirty minutes per dose. This […]

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What IGF-1 Does in the Body

Posted on January 22, 2013
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What does IGF-1 do?   IGF-1 or Insulin like Growth Factor 1, is a protein encoded by the IGF1 gene and it is similar to the molecular structure of insulin. It contains seventy amino acid polypeptides that are produced by the liver and endocrine hormone. IGF-1 has many effects on the body. When in balance… […]

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What is the Difference between IGF-1 and IGF-1 Long R3?

Posted on December 17, 2012

Growth factors like IGF play an important role in childhood, specifically puberty. IGF is responsible for natural muscle growth that occurs during puberty, along with other functions like increased glucose transport, increased protein synthesis, increased RNA synthesis, increased amino acid transport to cells, and decreased protein degradation. However, there are different forms of IGF, such […]

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