If you’re a man… you need to know about something called somatopause.
“Somatopause is the progressive decline in the levels of growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), hormones of the hypothalamic-pituitary–somatotropic axis (HPS axis), with age.”
This lack of growth hormone also creates sarcopenia.
“Sarcopenia literally means “lack of flesh.” It’s a condition of age-associated muscle degeneration that becomes more common in people over the age of 50.
After middle age, adults lose 3% of their muscle strength every year, on average. This limits their ability to perform many routine activities.
Unfortunately, sarcopenia also shortens life expectancy in those it affects, compared to individuals with normal muscle strength.”
I just recently watched this video about the progressive decline in the natural production of growth hormone also known as somatotropin.
And growth hormone is what regulates fat burning, lean muscle growth, and recovery.
This happens to all men after they reach age 25 and LITERALLY is one of the main reasons men have trouble building and KEEPING muscle.
Luckily with science the way it is now…
We can do almost anything we want with our bodies…
Like increasing male growth hormone that leads to feeling younger and adding lean muscle.
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REACH GH PEAK
Somatopause is the #1 reason why most men gain belly fat as they age.
It’s known as a progressive decline in growth hormone.
Now growth hormone or somatotropin, commonly referred to as HGH or GH, is naturally secreted from your pituitary gland and has long been considered as a possible “fountain of youth,” strategy for aging men.
Widely popularized as one of the anti-aging secrets among celebrities, professional athletes and high-level executives to improve mental and physical performance, recovery, and fat burning.
Now here’s the exciting part…
There is a supplement that can help you boost your natural growth hormone. It will not work as well as injecting the actual peptide. But it’s cheaper and can get you started.