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Published on February 19, 2014

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Studies now point to the fact that human growth hormone HGH has a large role in cholesterol metabolism.
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hghm agazine .co m http://www.hghmagazine.co m/hgh-and-cho lestero l/ HGH and Cholesterol Here are 4 insights into why we should pay attention to how HGH regulates cholesterol. According to the American Heart Association men and women with elevated triglyceride levels have twice the risk of heart disease than those with lower levels. Coronary risk is correlated with the ratio of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) (unhealthy) cholesterol to highdensity lipoprotein (HDL) (healthy) and with serum triglyceride. [1] Insight # 1 Af ter putting the cholesterol scare into everyone, there was a realization in the medical community: the amount of cholesterol you consume has minimal bearing upon the amount of cholesterol in your blood. [2] Insight # 2 Most of the cholesterol in the body is produced by the body itself , and an internal f eedback loop exists such that the less cholesterol one eats, the more one makes, and visa versa. [3] The question is: What regulates the production of cholesterol [4] and, more importantly, what regulates the ratio of HDL to LDL cholesterol and the production of triglyceride? [5] Insight # 3 T he answer is hormones – more specif ically – HGH – which assist in the regulation of cholesterol production. [6] Insight # 4 Researchers have f ound that in normal adults the higher levels of HGH they had the higher levels of HDL, healthy cholesterol they had. [7] Studies point to the f act that HGH specif ically increases healthy HDL cholesterol and lowers the more dangerous LDL cholesterol ultimately dropping the risk of clogged arteries. Study Results In a study on heart disease by Dr. Bengtsson f rom the University of Gothenburg showed that of 300 patients with HGH def iciency all had normal cholesterol levels. However, when he split the cholesterol levels between LDL and HDL the levels revealed a very dif f erent story. [8] T hese HGH def icient patients had very high levels of harmful LDL cholesterol and very low levels of the good HDL cholesterol. Dr. Bengtsson concluded this helps explain the double increase in cardiovascular problems experienced by this group of patients. HGH – the Solution However, af ter only 6 months of HGH therapy these patients LDL cholesterol levels was decreased and their HDL cholesterol levels increased. List of top HGH supplements References:

[1] U.S. National Library of Medicine. T he ef f ect of growth hormone on low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and lipoprotein (a) levels in f amilial hypercholesterolemia. Available f rom: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8931648 [2] Sharcare. How does dietary cholesterol af f ect blood cholesterol? Available f rom: http://www.sharecare.com/health/cholesterol/how-dietary-cholesterol-blood-cholesterol [3] Chris Kresser. Why you should eat more (not less) cholesterol. Available f rom: http://chriskresser.com/whyyou-should-eat-more-not-less-cholesterol [4] U.S. National Library of Medicine. T he role of human growth hormone in the regulation of cholesterol and bile acid metabolism. Available f rom: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6619265 [5] Federation of American Societies f or Experimental Biology. Growth hormone reduces plasma cholesterol in LDL receptor-def icient mice. Available f rom: http://www.f asebj.org/content/15/8/1350.f ull [6] Research Gate. T he role of human growth hormone in the regulation of cholesterol and bile acid metabolism. Available f rom: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/16577585_T he_role_of _human_growth_hormone_in_the_regulation_of _cholesterol_and_bile_acid_metabolism [7] Genetech. Understanding HGH. Available f rom: http://www.gene.com/patients/diseaseeducation/understanding-human-growth-hormone [8] Dr. Bengt-Ake Bengtsson. Available f rom: Optimum Health by Stephen T Sinatra MD, page 257.

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