Human growth hormone is a peptide produced in the body. It influences height, builds bones and muscles, and regulates metabolism. HGH also contributes to proper bone density, which is crucial as poor bone density can lead to conditions such as osteoporosis.
Unfortunately, as crucial as it is to our health, HGH suffers from one flaw. Its levels decline as we age, with an average adult facing a 15% drop in GH levels every decade. This is a major issue, as reduced GH levels can lead to decreased muscle mass and heart disease.
To overcome this problem, scientists have been working on a possible solution: synthetic HGH that could mimic the safety profile of its natural counterpart, while at the same time increasing muscle mass, reducing fat mass, and enhancing athletic performance.
These efforts have been going on for nearly a century. At the time of writing, one of the drugs that have come close to matching natural HGH is the HGH GMP 98%. At recommended doses, this recombinant HGH has been proven to exert many of the effects of natural GH.