Weight loss through HGH therapy is a popular discussion among women. Here we decode all the myths related to this issue. In the United States obesity is considered nothing less than an epidemic. Women want to lose weight. Such women choose extreme diets to lose weight but many times they fail to achieve their goal. There’s a solid science behind weight gain that the womenfolk need to understand.
Before you delve into the science of obesity let’s take a look at what statistics show about obesity in women.
According to LiveScience-“In 2013-2014, 40.4 percent of all U.S. women were obese — up from 35.3 percent in the same survey from 2005-2006. The percentage of U.S. women who are severely obese, with a BMI of 40 or more (known as “class 3 obesity”) also increased from 7.4 percent in 2005-2006 to 9.9 percent in 2013-2014.”
In another report published by the CBS News, “the rate of obesity in women is also higher than in men across the world; although far lower overall than in the U.S. According to the World Health Organization, 15 percent of women worldwide and 11 percent of men are obese.”
Not only in US but obesity is a global epidemic. Here’s the graph by American Heart Association showing global obesity among women.
Science behind weight gain
Many factors contribute to obesity in women but mostly the culprits are aging, growth hormone deficiency, poor nutrition and genetics. Poor nutrition is a lifestyle issue and women need some serious changes in their eating habits to curb weight gain. However with aging and growth hormone deficiency this is not the case. While aging is a natural cycle it cannot be avoided. Still you can manage the symptoms of aging and lead a healthy life. Growth hormone deficiency is caused with aging but in rare cases it may be by birth. Aging hits metabolism and lower rate of growth hormone leads to higher insulin resistance that in turn causes extra glucose to be stored as fat in the body.
The takeaway from this fact is- if your body is undergoing hormonal changes and there are lower amounts of HGH then nothing will help you to lose weight. This knowledge has led many women to take help of science and tackle weight gain problem with HGH therapy.
Human Growth Hormone
HGH is a naturally occurring hormone that is produced by the somatotroph cells of the pituitary gland located at the anterior side of the brain. This pea sized gland is responsible to control the growth of muscles, bones and other organs. Human growth hormone stimulates growth of overall body as well as cell reproduction. Secreted for the entire lifetime, HGH reaches its peak during adolescence years and starts to decline in early 40s.
With decline in growth hormone level, the body’s ability to assimilate nutrients and fat metabolism takes a hit. It also drains energy from the body making one feel lethargic and tired thereby affecting their physical activity. For those women who suffer from growth hormone deficiency due to aging, oral HGH supplements are helpful in restoring their hormone level. As studies have found that HGH can help to boost muscle mass at the same time reducing fat, its implications on weight loss are studied. So, it can be said that HGH therapy along with maintaining a balanced diet and lifestyle can lead to considerable and permanent weight loss in women.