Can growth hormone really make you look and feel younger? These Hollywood celebrities seem to think so!
Let’s face it, Hollywood celebrities would do almost anything to look and feel younger. Many of the things they try amount to fads and wishful thinking. But, one thing many of them of have gotten right, is the use of growth hormone, or HGH.
Think of any actor, male or female, that you see and think “wow, how do they stay so young, trim and muscular at their age?” and it’s a good bet that growth hormone therapy is the answer.
Growth hormone may very well be modern science’s discovery of the Fountain of Youth. As the name implies growth hormone is what allows your body to “grow” and mature from a child to an adult. But, it does so much more than that.
Have you ever watched kids running around on a playground, and said to yourself, “gee, I wish someone could bottle some of that energy.” Well, someone has, and it’s called growth hormone. The reason that kids seem to have boundless energy is because their cells are literally bathed in growth hormone. Because their bodies are constantly growing, they replace cells almost as quickly as old ones die.
As you get older, growth hormone production drops off, and this ability slows down. The older you get, the less growth hormone you produce. Which means your cells do not live as long, nor get replaced as fast. All of the signs we think of as ageing — from saggy skin, to muscle loss and fatigue — are all related to loss of growth hormone.
Growth hormone therapy is a way to replace what time and nature take away, so it’s no wonder so many Hollywood types are so fond of it!
Celebrities Who Are, or Have Used Growth Hormone Therapy
There are probably many more celebrities using growth hormone therapy than those who are willing to admit it. One of the first high-profile celebrities to openly admit and advocate the use of HGH was Sly Stallone, who has kept his “World Champion” physique through 7 “Rocky” movies with the help of growth hormone. Suzanne Somers, a major advocate of all forms of hormone therapy, also uses HGH, as does Jane Seymour.
Other celebrities and well known figures who admit to using growth hormone include:
- 50 Cent
- Oliver Stone
- Nick Nolte
- Entrepreneur Peter Thiel (founder of PayPal)
- Dixie Carter
- Tyler Perry
These are only those that have been willing to be open about their use of HGH. Entertainment insiders say the real list reads more like a “who’s who” of Hollywood. While he does not openly admit it, it has been suggested that Hugh Jackman owes his super-hero “Wolverine” physique to a combination of High Intensity Interval Training and growth hormone.
Benefits of Growth Hormone Therapy
You do not have to be a Hollywood celebrity to enjoy the benefits of growth hormone therapy. If you are a man or a women between the ages of 35-55, and you just do not feel as young, strong and vital as you used to, you may be suffering from growth hormone deficiency.
- Help you build muscle and burn fat more efficiently
- Boost your immune system
- Improve your ability to heal and recover from fatigue and/or injuries quicker
- Increase your energy and sense of youthful vitality
- Increase testosterone production
- Improve poor sleep and may cure common sleep disorders
- Improve your love life by boosting libido and enhancing performance
If you are over 40, and you are feeling tired, depressed, putting on weight, working out and not achieving the kinds of results you used to, there is a good chance your hormones are out of balance.
But, the only way to know if you have a growth hormone issue, and/or any other hormone deficiency, is to have your levels checked. If your levels of growth hormone, and/or other critical hormones such as testosterone, are found to be less than optimal, there is a good chance you can benefit from hormone therapy.
You can find out a lot more about hormone therapy and many other ways to age optimally in my latest e-book, The Gaines Guide to Renewed Vitality –it is over 80 pages of life changing and life extending information.