The Aging Process Explained

Aging is a dreaded word that most of us fear. Honestly, no one wants to “grow old gracefully”. Although we accept the fact that we are all mortal, we would all rather be spring chickens until the day we leave this world, isn’t that true? Upon examination, the reason why we dread aging is mainly due to its debilitating and degenerative effects on us, which gradually limits us from enjoying a happy, productive, and satisfying life.

In other words, aging is a constantly degenerating quality of life which increasingly squeezes us into an ever smaller and smaller space. Aging happens when the cells are unable to function properly, and reproduce efficiently, which then causes their accelerated decline and eventual death. The increasingly rapid degeneration of living cells is what causes the skin of an old person to look dry and develop wrinkles, due to existing cells being worn down faster than they can be revitalized or replaced.

Aging is also programmed into the DNA, which is each person’s unique blueprint. The DNA inside each and every cell contains all the information that your body needs to function. At the same time, there is a small helix-like strand of DNA inside every cell called a telomere, which is attached to the end of each chromosome inside the nucleus. The telomere is like a ticking “clock” for each cell; the process of aging is connected to the length of each telomere.

With each cellular division, the telomere becomes shorter and shorter. Once the telomere gets too short, the cell is then unable to divide, and will die. The telomeres are regulated by an enzyme called telomerase, which in turn, is influenced by the Human Growth Hormone.

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The closest thing we have to a fountain of youth currently, is to prolong and preserve a positive state of cellular health for as long as we can. While we may not be able to do much on the genetic side of things, there is still a lot we can do to influence the rate of our aging. An effective anti aging program is one that constantly engages this problem, while slowing down the aging process at the same time.

To stay young, absolutely does take effort!

So have you considered HGH supplementation?

Back in 1990, a comprehensive study on lab mice by two scientists from North Dakota State University, David Khansari, Ph.D and Thomas Gustad, Ph.D, found that supplementing growth hormone on those mice did in fact, impede their aging. What they did was inject the mice with growth hormone. The mice that were injected with growth hormone lived longer and healthier than the mice that were not given the injections.

The conclusion was that supplementary growth hormone was highly beneficial to the subjects, as long as it was done in a strictly controlled manner. Subsequent clinical trials on human subjects over the past few decades since then, have confirmed the efficacy of growth hormone therapy on retarding the aging process, and prolonging the quality of life.

Growth hormone therapy means either of two things:

  • Supplementary injections of HGH or HGH releasing hormones
  • Taking a daily regimen of HGH releasing nutrient “stacks”, one of which is GenF20 Plus