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US Peptides Discusses the Benefit of Human Growth Hormone and IGF-1

TAMPA, Fla., March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- What do several of the most famous actors, directors and singers have in common? They are all Hollywood names that openly admit to human growth hormone therapy.


Human growth hormone has long been known for its ability to boost athletic performance and is a banned substance in all major sports and the Olympics. What some may not realize is that hgh has been associated with regaining a youthful appearance as well.

Studies have shown that in short order patients undergoing hgh anti-aging therapy lose an average of more than five pounds of fat and gained over three pounds of muscle. Users also noted they felt more energetic and felt better overall.

Why doesn't everyone do it?

HGH therapy can be very expensive, costing upwards of $10,000-$15,000 per year to maintain and at the same time long term results regarding the safety of this program have not been reported.

There are alternative treatments that produce similar results such as CJC 1295 and GHRP 6 but most of these products are available for research purposes and not available main stream just yet.

Overall hgh is said to improve skin, muscle tone and aid with fat loss and some have even claimed that it may reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging.

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US Peptides, LLC founded in 2010 to work with researchers doing studies and clinical trials with peptides. In addition to CJC-1295 research peptide, US Peptides also provides researchers with other much in demand peptides including GHRP, Melanotan, Semorelin, IGF-LR3, Growth Factor, GHRP 2, Hexarelin, MGF, MGF Ipamorelin, Mechano Growth Factor, and IGF. Disclaimer: All products listed and provided through are intended for research purposes only. We do not promote the personal use of these products. Products provided by are not intended for use in food products or as any type of drug. Our products are not intended to treat, prevent, mitigate or cure any disease or medical condition and are for research purposes only.

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