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Human growth hormone can eliminate wrinkles and regenerate hair
The main ingredients to keep the skin delicate and smooth are two proteins, collagen and elastin, combined with moderate moisture.
With age, collagen and elastin produced in the body have been reduced, and there is a tendency of dehydration gradually; In this way, wrinkles and rough skin are produced.
Human growth hormone can promote the synthesis of collagen, elastin and other proteins.
At the same time, it promotes the reabsorption of sodium and water through the kidney; In addition to the increase of subcutaneous lean tissue we talked about earlier, the combined effect is to make the skin smoother and more elastic, and eliminate wrinkles.
In addition, human growth hormone can also promote the growth of hair, make it grow faster, the texture of hair is thicker, and it will be darker and brighter at the same time. Human growth hormone as mentioned above.
Human growth hormone can promote protein synthesis; Promote the synthesis of collagen and elastin, and promote blood circulation to increase the content of nitrogen in cells. These can promote the regeneration and division of skin cells and accelerate wound healing.
Human growth hormone can prevent heart disease and stroke and reduce blood pressure
The number one death killer in the United States is heart disease, stroke is the third. High cholesterol and high blood pressure are important causes of heart disease and stroke.
In the category of cholesterol, it is divided into the so-called good cholesterol HDL and bad cholesterol LDL. Human growth hormone can reduce LDL, increase HDL, and reduce blood pressure, mainly by reducing systolic and diastolic blood pressure by 10%.
In the past, arteriosclerosis was thought to be caused by cholesterol clots attached to the blood vessel wall.
A recent new concept holds that arteriosclerosis is actually a metabolic disease. The main key organ is the liver.
The function of the liver is to convert cholesterol into bile acids, pass through the bile duct and gallbladder, and then excrete them out of the body through the intestines.
The role of human growth hormone is to increase the number of LDL receptors in liver cells. Therefore, it can enhance this metabolic effect and convert LDL into bile and excrete it from the blood.