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Why Synthetic HGH Injections Could Be Bad for You

Synthetic HGH injections are not a bad thing. They have been in use since 1985. However even though it is preferable to getting the hormone from corpses, this type of HGH can be very expensive.

 

Synthetic HGH works well! In most people it will reduce the appearance of wrinkles, melt belly fat, and build lean muscle mass and improve your mood. There is probably no other hormone that can physically turn the clock back so well. Most people taking this injected hormone daily begin to see results in as little as ten days. The problem is that very few people can afford the ingestible form unless it is covered by a physician to correct a disorder such as fibromyalgia or arthritis.

 

The expense of the hormone is a serious drawback for those who are interested in experiencing the anti-aging and anti-depressant effects of this hormone.  Typically the injections can cost between $5,000 and $50,000 a year depending what country you are in and where in the world you are receiving the injections.

 

The solution for many people who are faced with this cost is to go to Mexico or Costa Rica where ingestible synthetic HGH costs less than two thirds of what it does anywhere else.  Even more frustrating is the fact that sometimes it can be hard to get the real thing as there are many quacks out there in all kinds of countries making  a lot of money by injecting something else than HGH into your body.  This is because there are no laws governing these injections.

 

Yet another disadvantage of using synthetic HGH is that it does mean having a needle injected into you on a daily basis. This is not ideal if you do not like needles.

 

If you use HGH Releasers instead of the synthetic hormone then you might be doing your body by encouraging it to produce its own hormones. HGH releasers contain certain amino acids that are the building blocks that your pituitary gland needs to create its own hormones.  These formulas are also enormously cheaper than using injections and cost about $500 a year (maybe up to a thousand if you are a body builder and taking them in large doses.

 

If you are planning to use the injectible form for body building it is important to remember that although the HGH may help bulk up the muscle it may not necessarily strengthen it. You need to work constantly at exercising to make use of this mass or you can achieve some strange changes to your physique including enlarged feet or spacing between the teeth.

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Store-Bought Juice is Not That Healthy

Juice you buy from the store is not horrible for you but it is not your best option if you want to be well nourished.  The liquid you buy in a bottle or can is not that fresh and by the time most juices reach the store shelves they have lost most of the enzymes and vitamins that are so good for you.  Although hydrating, many juices reduce to sugar, sodium and water by the time they reach the consumer.

Fresh juices are superior to bottled or canned juice both in terms of nutrition and taste. A  pint carrot juice blend bought at the store may only have 10% of your RDA (recommended daily allowance) of Vitamin A but one pint of the fresh stuff might contain more than twenty thousand units of pro-Vitamin A (the purest and most absorbable form of Vitamin A.)

Another big issue when it comes to store bought juices is that you don’t know if it has been tainted with preservatives or chemicals. Often these things are disguised as something else on the bottle of juice. Sometimes you end up buying a product that is calling itself “juice” but it actually completely watered down.

One good example of this type of trickery was revealed in 1984 when it was discovered that between 1978 and 1983 that Beech-Nut Nutrition Corporation was charged for selling millions of bottled water flavored with sugar and colored amber with additives as 100% apple juice.

Furthermore, if you buy orange juice it might have been treated with banned pesticides. This is especially true if the fruit was grown in Florida or outside the United States. In fact a lot of the juice that is marked as being from the Sunshine State or California is in reality imported from other countries such as Mexico. The problem with this is that these countries still used banned pesticides like trichloroethane and poisonous red-colored dyes to make the fruit an attractive orange rather than a natural yellow.

 

Bottled and canned juices have also proved themselves to be tough on the teeth. Sugar-laden fruit concentrates have rotted many children’s and adult’s teeth prematurely. Furthermore, if the label says that the juice is made from concentrate it can mean that it was made with industrial or unpurified water. These types of waters can contain all kinds of impurities.  When you make your own juices you can at least control and monitor what goes in the drink and what it may be watered down with.