Thread: How The Gh Really Works??
08-13-2003, 09:55 PM #1
How The Gh Really Works??
Ok, i couldn't find the answer on a research...how the gh really works?? It create muscle cells? it increases cells size? Does it have any "gh receptors" that can be saturated??
Is a real good text about gh on the educationals threads, but it does not mention any of that....
Thanks for the attention
08-13-2003, 10:14 PM #2
NATURALLY GH IS PRIMARILY RELEASED IN PULSES THAT TAKE PLACE DURING SLEEP, THEN IT IS QUICKLY CONVERTED IN THE LIVER TO ITS POWERFUL GROWTH PRMOTING METABOLITE, INSULIN LIKE GROWTH FACTOR TYPE 1 (IGF-1) also known as somatomedin c. igf-1 prmotes glucose transfer through cell mambranes as a source of fuel for cells, which is an insulin-like growth factor. gh is one of many endocrine hormones, like estrogen,progesterone, testosterone , melatonin and dhea.
08-14-2003, 09:27 AM #3
So there is no problem at all to run gh all year long??? We will still produce natural gh after that??
08-14-2003, 11:52 AM #4
Yes, from research I've read, It does not supress your natural GH when you stop taking it...And thats one of the main differences between AS and GH. GH creates mucsles cells, AS DOES NOT.
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