Replace growth hormones the balanced way

Some people may assume that HGH is a magic bullet, and that more is better. For the record, HGH is NOT a magic bullet or cure-all, and neither does it act by itself in the body. HGH is a very important (master) hormone, but it needs to work in synergy with other hormones in the body.

Hormones like testosterone, estrogen, melatonin, or DHEA are all affected by HGH levels, which itself is affected by the bloodstream levels of those other hormones. The trigger for regulating these hormones lie in the hypothalamus in the brain, which gives “orders” to the pituitary to release HGH concurrent with the levels of the other hormones.

All these processes are governed automatically by the workings of the hypothalamus and the pituitary, which we don’t have control over. When we were young, these processes operated almost perfectly, but as we age, this equilibrium/balance gets less and less efficient.

So, supplementing HGH should be done in as natural a manner as possible. A HGH releaser like GenF20 is just about the safest way to increase your HGH levels without incurring risks associated with pure HGH injections. But, you should always take GenF20 according to the recommended dosage, and include healthy eating and exercise as part of your routine. Related to the above, supplementing other lesser hormones that work with HGH, like for example, testosterone replacement therapy, or melatonin supplementation, should enhance the combined synergistic effect.

But remember, only supplement the other hormones in conjunction with a qualified doctor’s advice.

As GenF20 is a nutrient based HGH releaser, it does not require a medical prescription, but it still does require a whole lot of common sense in usage. For details how to maximise your results visit our How to the best out of GenF20 page