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The biggest issue in America is weight!
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The weight loss aid capacity of HGH supersedes that of any diet regimen you have ever followed in your life! It is not necessary to disparage any other diet program since there is no actual comparison for the following reason:
Unlike weight loss while replenishing your Human Growth Hormone with HGH therapy, all weight loss attempts without exercise will cause you to lose BOTH “fat” AND “muscle” weight. If you think about it, your weight goes down but, your actual body shape doesn’t change very much. Again, we are speaking with NO exercise. (G.Y.W.HGH, Dr. Ronald Klatz)
What separates “Weight Loss” while on HGH…
Long story short, when dieting or on any weight loss program, “withOUT” HGH assistance, your body shape stays the same; you just shrink! Human Growth Hormone (HGH) users have their bodies “resculpted” by HGH. We continue to stress; we are speaking WITH OUT implementing an exercise regimen!! HGH increases your lean muscle mass WHILE paring away the fat! Weight loss from fat which studies repeatedly show, most of, comes from the abdomen area. It may actually be that “magic pill” we’ve “ALL” been waiting for!! (G.Y.W.HGH, Dr. Ronald Klatz, p 103, 109) It’s more than a “weight loss” program. It’s not all about “weight loss”. We are just bombarded with the term, “weight loss, weight loss, weight loss!!” HGH is no doubt far beyond “weight loss”… it’s body reshaping. Help tighten what you need tightened. Strengthen what needs extra strength. (G.Y.W.HGH, Dr. Ronald Klatz, p 113).
The first long term study on the effects of HGH on adults was performed in 1989, where Dr. Rudman’s pioneer study contested, after 6 months of HGH administration, the hormone treated group had NO change in “weight”. There was no weight loss but had lost an average of 12.5 pounds of FAT while GAINING an average of 12.1 pounds of MUSCLE weight. The increase in the “lean body mass” was 10.8 percent. (Stopping the Clock, Dr. Ronald Klatz and Dr. Robert Goldman, p 63).
How does HGH assure weight loss from FAT?!
Growth Hormone accelerates the burning of fat by making it available as fuel. It is like taking wood from the shed and putting it on the fire. By increasing the free fatty acids, Growth Hormone makes the fat stores available for energy production. Fat cells have Growth Hormone receptors, and when Growth Hormone binds to the receptors, it triggers a series of enzymatic reactions in the cell to break down fat. This is called lipolysis.
“No” weight loss from Muscle with HGH, only gain!
You get stronger and firmer and recontoured into a more potent, more confident you! Growth Hormone promotes the uptake of amino acids (the building blocks of protein) in the cell and enhances the synthesis of DNA, RNA, proteins, extracellular proteins, carbohydrates, and sugars. The result is an increase in cell size and rate of cell division which = more lean muscle which = toner body and more strength. Growth hormone also builds muscle by conserving nitrogen in the body which, quite disturbingly, the opposite takes place when people are just on a regular, non HGH assisted, weight loss regimen. (GetingYng.W.HGH, Dr. Ronald Klatz, p 112).
The body becomes sleeker and more tapered as shown by a significant decrease in waist-to-hip ratio. HGH actually has a regulatory effect on fat mass in normal adults. (G.Y.W.HGH, Dr. Ronald Klatz, p 105) But, we can’t only take into account the “weight loss potential” of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) administration on its own. Keep clear in your mind the exuberant amount of confirmation regarding the overall rejuvenating effects of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) on your entire body, mind and system. As your body is effortlessly contouring itself to the best shape you can possibly be in by only administering and following a daily, 2 minute protocol, the rest of your being is also following close behind in the rejuvenating process, maximizing your results and your overall body enhancing experience and satisfaction. (Getting Yng. W. HGH, Dr. Ronald Klatz, p 115).
Add to your “fat” Weight Loss capacity;
STILL with NO EXCERSIZE!!
Of course, our Anti-Aging facility is on the very brim of this cutting edge approach to maintaining functional maximization of our bodies, our minds, and our perception of youth! We offer an array of different options to best suite your ideals, and help you reach your physical and weight loss goals; but at your own comfort level. For this reason our weight loss options also include the administration of HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) therapy.
Discovered by Dr. A Simeon M.D. as a possible weight loss cure for obesity, fat deposits to the waist, hips, and thighs can be addressed with HCG. In a study where a group was divided into HCG assisted dieters and non-HCH assisted dieters, of course both groups commendable weight loss, as they were both watching their intake. However, the group receiving the HGH along with their diet had greater weight loss, had no hunger and, most importantly, lost dramatically more inches. The HCG group saw a dramatic reshaping and re-sculpting of their bodies, not “weight loss.” This in combination with HGH (Human Growth Hormone) therapy can maximize your goal results for your body far beyond that of what you’d ever hoped for or even thought possible! (Kevin Trudeau, The Weight Loss Cure, p 119).
Weight loss, while administering HGH, comes from shedding fat. Not muscle loss.
HGH promotes protein synthesizing throughout your body, increasing lean muscle mass everywhere; also maximizing efficiency of your organs.
HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin), used in treatments for obesity, also aids in breaking down the surplus of fat around our bodies primarily in the problem areas, i.e. abdomen, arms, thighs, etc.
HCG eliminates constant hunger and food cravings – improves your energy, strength and stamina – normalizes metabolism and problems area fat reserves – has been used and tested over 50 years with great success.
“Fat” weight loss can be accelerated and maximized by administering both HGH and HCG therapies at the same time.
Vitamin administration, B-12, will keep your body and mind in tip-top shape while you go through this body transformation and aids in keeping the mind clear and sharp.
Getting the most out of your HGH weight loss program
- HGH is more so the fat burner and the overall results are very long lasting when comparing these two Hormone Therapies but, HCG results are visible sooner. This is the reason administering both therapies at the same time is recommended to ensure weight loss at your satisfaction level.
- Administering HGH in conjunction with HCG will ensure maximization of your weight loss goals. Both products, studies show, aid in shedding fat in the most problematic areas, primarily the abdomen area.
- If you feel a lack of energy and need an immediate boost, incorporating vitamin B-12 in your weight loss program will give you this burst of energy which will help motivate you and aid you in the energy requirements, for example for those also following an exercise regimen or clients with hectic, stressful lives. Vitamin administration in itself is essential to the maximization of your overall results. B-12 in particular aids your weight loss goals because it is normally involved in the metabolism of every cell of the body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid synthesis and energy production. It also plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. B-12 administration should ALWAYS be taken into account just for your overall health and body replenishment.
Here at the Anti-Aging Medical HGH Institute, our doctors and clinical advisors can reference different programs that will literally be tailored to your needs based on your lab results and overall goals.
Anti-Aging Medical HGH Institute promises that, following our doctor’s exact, personalized protocol will give you the most visibly effective, physical results and assures your most successful, all around satisfaction outcome. Contact us about our weight loss programs and see how easy it will be to attain your goals while at the same time, rejuvenating your entire being, receiving benefits far beyond those of just traditional “weight loss” or fat loss.
Growth Hormone or Fat Fighter: Can Growth Hormone Trigger Weight Loss
Researchers say the goal of weight loss is to lose the fat but keep the muscle, but so far no drugs have been able to help people achieve that feat.
The study, published in the recent issue of The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, looked at the effects of giving obese people low doses of growth hormone in an attempt to help them selectively lose fat while retaining lean muscle tissue.
Researchers say previous studies on growth hormone and weight loss have used relatively high doses, which resulted in unwanted side effects, such as swelling, hypertension, joint pains, and glucose intolerance (a risk factor for diabetes).
The study consisted of 59 obese men and women, whose average BMI was 37 (BMI is a measure of weight for height). The participants gave themselves nighttime injections containing 200 µg of growth hormone or a placebo for one month.
For the next five months, the dosage of growth hormone was increased to 400 µg per day in men and 600 µg in women. Researchers say the increase was necessary because prior studies show resistance to the drug can develop over time, especially among women. Both groups were prescribed a diet and were instructed on lifestyle modification and exercise.
Among the 39 people who completed the 6-month treatment and follow up, the study showed that those who used growth hormone lost an average of about 5 pounds and kept it off for up to nine months. Researchers say the weight loss was entirely caused by a loss of body fat.
The study also showed that growth hormone improved cholesterol profiles — increasing the level of “good” HDL cholesterol by 19%. There was no significant change in fasting glucose levels or insulin resistance, which indicates diabetes risk.
Obese women may suffer from an abnormally low level of growth hormone in the body that may make it harder for them to lose fat and attain a healthy cholesterol level.
What’s been happening to my body?
As many middle-aged adults unfortunately know all too well, aging is often accompanied by weight gain. As Gary Null writes in Power Aging, “In fact, each year after the age of forty, a pound of fat replaces a pound of muscle. This means that by the time you are fifty, ten pounds of your muscle have been replaced with ten pounds of fat.” But those of you who are middle aged and struggling with your weight or weight loss in general don’t need him to tell you that, right? You just want to get the pounds and inches off as quickly and easily as possible. If that is the case, you may be considering treatment with synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) injections to be effective in your weight loss ideals.
Throughout our lives, our pituitary glands naturally makes HGH. As the name implies, during childhood, GH supports our continued growth. Then, even after we reach our full growth potential in adulthood, GH continues to play an important role in keeping our metabolism efficient. However, as we get older and our bodies stop producing enough GH, our metabolic rates decrease, leading to fatigue, weight gain, hypertension and the other ailments commonly associated with aging.
When scientists discovered a way to synthetically produce HGH, they and many consumers hailed synthetic HGH as an “elixir of youth.” In study after study, human test subjects experienced increased bone density, increased muscle mass, a disappearance of wrinkles, improved sexual performance and, of course, weight loss. As Burton Goldberg describes in Alternative Medicine, “[Those taking synthetic-HGH injections] demonstrated a reversal in the aging process, appearing younger, sleeker and stronger and benefiting from an increase in muscle mass and a loss in body fat.”
Proper weight loss can happen!
In A Physician’s Guide to Natural Health Products that Work, Dr. James Howenstine writes, “These injections appear able to reverse 10 years of aging with one year of treatment.” Furthermore, one 1987 study revealed that even young adults lose body fat and gain lean muscle mass from taking synthetic-HGH injections, according to Ronald Katz and Robert Goldman’s book Stopping the Clock. These studies, combined with overwhelmingly popular media coverage, have created worldwide synthetic-HGH hype. But is it justified?
The definition of obesity, or being overweight, remains controversial. In the United States, mortality data provided by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company historically have been used to define obesity. Yet these data relate to mortality only, and the definition depends on a person’s frame (size), which is arbitrary and not independently related to obesity-related mortality or comorbidities. Body mass index (BMI) has recently gained favor as a better measure of adiposity. BMI is defined as weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared (kg/m2). A threshold level of BMI to define obesity is not entirely appropriate because in women, a BMI <21 may be associated with the greatest protection from coronary heart disease mortality. Yet for many women a BMI near 30 may still not be of concern when the increase in adipose tissue is distributed in the pelvis and not the abdomen. Substantial evidence now indicates that an increased waist circumference, or waist-to-hip ratio, predicts comorbidities and mortality from obesity. Unfortunately, a BMI-based definition fails to take body fat distribution into account. You need to understand that there is a real weight loss alternative that works! and we have it here!
Obesity and Coronary Heart Disease
There are many other reasons weight loss is so important other than physical appearance. It is necessary to take charge of your weight loss issues before it causes unwanted life changing occurrences. You can attain the kind of weight loss that you want and NEED!
Until recently the relation between obesity and coronary heart disease was viewed as indirect, ie, through covariates related to both obesity and coronary heart disease risk, including hypertension; dyslipidemia, particularly reductions in HDL cholesterol; and impaired glucose tolerance or non–insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Insulin resistance and accompanying hyperinsulinemia are typically associated with these comorbidities. Although most of the comorbidities relating obesity to coronary artery disease increase as BMI increases, they also relate to body fat distribution. Long-term longitudinal studies, however, indicate that obesity as such not only relates to but independently predicts coronary atherosclerosis. This relation appears to exist for both men and women with minimal increases in BMI. In a 14-year prospective study, middle-aged women with a BMI >23 but <25 had a 50% increase in risk of nonfatal or fatal coronary heart disease, and men aged 40 to 65 years with a BMI >25 but <29 had a 72% increased risk. The overall relation between obesity and coronary artery disease morbidity and mortality is less clear for Hispanics, Pima Indians, and African-American women. Why do so many people have issues with weight loss? How can it be that our entire country is operating efficiently despite this weight loss issue? We must all help ourselves, friends and family to achieve weight loss goals to better aid in their future quality of life.
Congestive Heart Failure
Left ventricular hypertrophy is common in patients with obesity and to some extent is related to systemic hypertension. However, abnormalities in left ventricular mass and function also occur in the absence of hypertension and may be related to the severity of obesity. Hypertension is approximately three times more common in obese than normal-weight persons. This relationship may be cause-and-effect in that when weight increases, so does blood pressure whereas when weight decreases, blood pressure falls. Increased left ventricular volume and wall stress in addition to increased stroke volume and cardiac output are commonly seen in systemic hypertension. The hypertrophy of the left ventricle is both concentric and eccentric, and diastolic dysfunction is common. When obesity is present but systemic hypertension is absent, left ventricular volume is often increased, but wall stress usually remains normal. However, in obese patients without hypertension, increases in stroke volume and cardiac output as well as diastolic dysfunction are seen. These changes in the left ventricle are related to sudden death in obese patients. When 22 patients with severe obesity were examined postmortem, dilated cardiomyopathy was most frequently associated with sudden death (n=10), with severe coronary atherosclerosis (n=6), concentric left ventricular hypertrophy without dilatation (n=4), pulmonary embolism (n=1), and hypoplastic coronary arteries (n=1) also found. Thus, dilated cardiomyopathies, presumably with concomitant cardiac arrhythmias, may be the most common cause of sudden death in patients with severe obesity. The prolonged QT interval also seen in obesity may predispose to such arrhythmias.
Changes in the right heart also occur in obesity. The pathophysiology is related to obstructive sleep apnea and/or the obesity hypoventilation syndrome, which produce pulmonary hypertension and right ventricular hypertrophy, dilatation, progressive dysfunction, and finally failure. However, right ventricular dysfunction can also occur as a consequence of left ventricular dysfunction, and the heart failure that develops is often biventricular. This is the reason weight loss is eminent.
Treatment of Obesity and Heart Disease
In patients with congestive heart failure, sodium restriction and small reductions in weight may dramatically improve ventricular function and oxygenation. In addition, several studies suggest that the more extensive weight reduction that follows gastrointestinal surgery for obesity reduces cardiovascular mortality and in persons with non–insulin-dependent diabetes, both cardiovascular and total mortality. Moreover, although many studies have demonstrated the beneficial effects of weight reduction on cardiovascular risk factors such as hypertension and dyslipidemia, recent studies from Sweden indicate that the major reduction of body weight that follows gastrointestinal surgery for obesity also reduces incidence of non–insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Shortening of the QT interval also follows weight reduction. Thus, weight reduction appears efficacious in reducing risks of coronary heart disease and congestive heart failure and potentially preventing heart disease in obese patients. Treatment of obesity should be based on its severity and the presence of co morbidities, eg, congestive heart failure, dyslipidemia, hypertension, non–insulin dependent diabetes, and obstructive sleep apnea. Maintaining a BMI <25 throughout adult life has been recently recommended. For most patients with a BMI between 25 and 30, lifestyle modifications including diet and exercise are appropriate. Diets should be modestly restricted in calories; evidence suggests that obese patients who have slower rates of weight reduction have the same long-term outcomes as patients undergoing more rapid weight reduction. Restricting consumption of fat to <30% of total calories should also be prescribed because low-fat diets may also promote weight reduction. When rapid weight loss is needed, eg, for severe biventricular heart failure, more severe caloric restriction, eg, <=800 calories daily, with at least 0.75 g/kg bioavailable protein, can be used. For less-urgent weight reduction, a loss of 0.45 kg (1 lb) per week is reasonable. This rate of weight loss would require a caloric deficit of about 400 calories per day. Of course this caloric consumption, in your attempt for an effective weight loss program, is strenuous to your body and will have debilitating results in your senior years. You have the option now to attain your weight loss goals by settling your metabolic discrepancies’ with HGH.
Training programs that increase physical activity have had a variable effect on body mass and composition. However, simply changing daily routines, parking farther away and using the stairs rather than the elevator, may also be effective. Once weight loss has been achieved, a more vigorous exercise program may also enhance maintenance of reduction in weight loss capacity.
Pharmaceuticals should be considered with a BMI >30 or with less-severe obesity and comorbidities. The rationale for use and discussion with the patient about adverse effects of the medications should be documented in the patient’s record. If the risk from obesity is sufficiently serious to indicate use of anti-obesity drugs, long-term use should be anticipated. However, a case-control study in Europe demonstrated that patients treated with dexfenfluramine for more than 3 months had an odds ratio of 23.1 (95% confidence interval, 6.9 to 77.7) of developing primary pulmonary hypertension. A potential link between fenfluramine therapies of obese patients with valvular heart disease has also been raised. As a result, both fenfluramine and dexfenfluramine have been withdrawn from the market. Few drug choices remain. Like other nonsurgical therapies for obesity, once antiobesity drugs are discontinued, weight gain typically follows ensuring your weight loss issues never end.
When the BMI is >35 and comorbidities exist, gastrointestinal surgery becomes a consideration. When the BMI is >40, surgery is the treatment of choice. The experience of the surgeon and type of operation chosen predict outcome. In general, a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass is superior to gastric plication.
Although weight loss is not recommended for patients with a BMI <25, some patients in this category clearly have risks related to body fat distribution. Although measurement of waist circumference may help identify such patients, this assessment is crude, and other approaches are more expensive, i.e., magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography. Moreover, the radiation risk with some techniques (ex., computed tomography) precludes their use in children.
No matter what the therapeutic approach, it is important to realize that obesity is a disorder and recidivism is common, with <5% of patients maintaining their reduced weight at 4 years.Thus, therapeutic regimens must be maintained indefinitely; even then, only surgery has been proved to produce substantial sustained long-term weight loss. Prevention of obesity by diet and regular physical activity remains the highest priority for maintaining cardiovascular health. This is particularly important for small children and adolescents. Understand that the issues with weight loss affect Americans at all ages and equally as dangerous.
WELCOME TO AMERICA…. YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Obesity in US Adults: 2007
No State Meets Healthy People 2010 Goals.
According to data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), no state met the Healthy People 2010 objective of 15 percent, and 30 states were 10 or more percentage points away from the objective. The Healthy People 2010 (HP2010) national health objectives include one to reduce the proportion of adults who are obese to 15 percent.
These latest figures from the CDC demonstrate that obesity continues to be a significant public health problem. The Healthy People 2010 (HP2010) national health objectives include one to reduce the proportion of adults who are obese to 15% (objective 19-2) (1). Obesity is defined as a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or above. BMI is calculated using height and weight. For example, a 5-foot, 9-inch adult who weighs 203 pounds would have a BMI of 30, thus putting this person into the obese category.
This analysis estimated the 2007 obesity prevalence among adults, by state, from self-reported weight and height data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). No state met the Healthy People 2010 objective of 15% and 30 states were 10 or more percentage points away from the objective. State-specific obesity prevalence ranged from 18.7% to 32.0%.
Among 2007 BRFSS respondents:
- 25.6% were obese.
- 26.4% of men and 24.8% of women were obese.
- The obesity prevalence ranged from 19.1% for men and women aged 18–29 years to 31.7% and 30.2%, respectively, for men and women aged 50–59 years.
- By race/ethnicity and sex the obesity prevalence was highest for non-Hispanic black women (39.0%) followed by non-Hispanic black men (32.1%).
- The obesity prevalence was higher in the South (27.3%) and Midwest (26.5%) and lower in the Northeast (24.4%) and West (23.1%).
CDC conducts obesity prevention programs and activities in many different settings and with a wide range of partners, including state and local health and education departments and communities across the country. For example, as part of CDC’s Nutrition and Physical Activity Program to Prevent Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases, the Washington State implemented a community intervention that promotes environmental and policy changes to help encourage healthful nutrition and physical activity behavior. Changes include widening sidewalks, connecting systems of paths for pedestrians and cyclists in a community, and creating community gardens.
CDC also works with employers and work-site health experts to translate evidence-based recommendations from the Task Force on Community Preventive Services (2) on work-site interventions for preventing obesity into business practice. One product from this collaboration will include a return on investment cost calculator to assist businesses in making the case for initiation and maintenance of wellness programs, especially those that promote weight loss management. In addition, an interactive website will provide guidance for the creation, expansion or customization of work-site obesity programs. These tools and products will enable employers to more easily implement the evidenced-based recommendations. References:
1. US Department of Health and Human Services. Healthy People 2010 (conference ed, in 2 vols). Washington DC: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2000. Available at: http://www.health.gov/healthypeople.
2. CDC. Public health strategies for preventing and controlling overweight and obesity in school and worksite settings: a report on recommendations of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services. MMWR 2005; 54(RR-10):1–12.
State-Specific Prevalence of Obesity Among Adults in the United States, 2007. MMWR, 2008; 57(28):765-768.
If you are interested in healthy weight loss we urge you to call for your FREE consultation.
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Weight Loss Recap:
- Human Growth Hormone administration is the best solution to losing weight from “fat” especially in the problem areas such as your abdomen, hips, thighs and arms.
- Specifically, weight loss in your abdomen is of particular focal importance because it is scientifically and physically attributed to symptoms that ultimately can result in heart disease.
- Usually, we want to lose weight in our “problem areas” for aesthetic or social concerns but keeping a healthy weight, on top of making you much sexier, is directly paralleled to your future wellbeing.
- HCH is a wonderful solution for losing fat attributed to a pound-a-day of weight loss and has been successfully utilized for over 50 years. It has even been associated with a solution to obesity. Now, when used in conjunction with human growth hormone, and only when physician guided and approved, it can accelerate your ultimate outcome far beyond your wildest expectations and dreams.
- Human Growth Hormone not only specifically targets weight loss in the problem areas mentioned above but, it has been clinically proven, time and time again, by doctors, scientists and researchers around the world in over 20,000 clinical studies, to increase your lean muscle mass without so much as a single change in your daily routine. (Grow Young with HGH, Dr. R. Klatz, p. 107).
- The studies confirming lost weight with HGH administration were often times not even organized to study that particular hypothesis. This surfaces the fact that participants were not asked to diet, stop smoking or even make any changes, positive or negative, in their daily activity. However, the dramatic “fat” weight loss enforcing capacity of HGH is second to no other alternative other than an entire life style change but, who has the time for all that?
- We want to reinforce the fact that at the Anti-Aging Medical HGH Institute we strongly and urgently suggest exercise be incorporated in your weekly routine. Even a minimal scheduling tweak to add 20 minutes of exercise, three times a week can maximize function of your metabolism, cardiac output and it is scientifically proven to be directly attributed to positively impacting your relative health in your senior years, weather you are there now or not.
- However, we understand that the great majority of us don’t have the time, live strenuous lives with hectic schedules, have children to raise, jobs to tend to, relationships to nurture, etc, etc. We know we all want to lose weight and be as attractive as possible, sometimes even at the expense of our health but, every cause has an effect. When it comes time to pay the taxing side effects of stressing our bodies with these seesaw diets and weight-loss pills, we will be devastated at the idea, research and confirmation that there was a natural, successful, clinically proven solution to this country-consuming issue.
- At the Anti-Aging Medical HGH Institute, we have the best alternative to these, difficult to initiate, life style changes. Physician guided growth hormone, HCG or both hormone replacement therapies can aid you in at least getting a head start in attaining the body you want and, ultimately, the body you “need”.
- Call us today and speak with our clinical specialist to get started on what will ultimately become a positively life transposing scenario for you. Let us educate you on how you are going to, not only “lose weight” with HRT but, positively change every aspect of your persona, in and out. Guaranteed.
- Lose Fat, Gain Muscle
- Increase Energy Level
- Increase Immune Function
- Enhance Sexual Performance
- Increase Cardiac Output
- Improve Skin Elasticity
- Remove Wrinkles
- Eliminate Cellulite
- Improve Vision
- Increase Memory Retention
- Improve Quality of Sleep
- Increase Exercise Performance
- Lower Blood Pressure
- Improve Cholesterol Profile
- Increase Bone Mass
- Quicken Wound Healing
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