Human growth hormone, also called somatropin, is highly popular in sports, especially in bodybuilding, for the following reasons: Growth of muscle mass, caused by the acceleration of protein synthesis. Loss of fat simultaneously with gaining muscles. Improvement in cartilage quality. Mild side effects. The fat burning function of HGH is performed by growth hormone itself. The hormone binds to somatropin receptors, which leads to elevation of the level of free fatty acids (FFA). So, the body starts using fat, instead of carbohydrates, as an energy source. Fat loss neither interacts with muscle growth nor interferes it. It is a unique feature of HGH, which allows you to gain lean muscles and lose fat altogether. Another unique feature of growth hormone is hyperplasia, the increase in the number of muscle cells due to their proliferation. This effect is significant because HGH-induced muscle gains are permanent, and divided cells allow you to exceed your genetic limit for muscle mass.
The effective dosage of HGH for bodybuilding is at least 4 IU per day while dosages of 6 to 8 IU per day will deliver better results.
How to use:
Regardless of the total dosing, Human Growth Hormone is not something that produces fast results. The hormone will be relatively useless if only used for a short period of time. In order to promote fat loss and enhance recovery, at minimum the individual will need 8-12 weeks of use with 16 weeks being far more effective. For true anabolic growth, the individual will need to plan on continuous HGH therapy at a decent dose for a minimum of six months.