Hormones and High Cholesterol
Undetected and untreated high cholesterol is a silent killer! High Cholesterol can lead to an assortment of different health problems, including heart attack, stroke, and death. Although high cholesterol is associated with overweight individuals, you can be thin and still have high cholesterol. GH is an important regulator of LDL and total cholesterol, as well as triglycerides. It lowers diastolic blood pressure by reducing the resistance of arteries and capillaries that carry blood throughout the body. Multiple studies have shown that GH can reduce levels of LDL, or bad, cholesterol.
For example, in one trial a group of 30 healthy men aged 48–66 who received low-dose HGH injections for 9 months. The subjects lost an average of 9.2% total body fat, 6.1% of abdominal fat and an astounding 18.1% of the deep layer of central body fat, all without diet or exercise. Importantly, they also had improved glucose metabolism, and lower cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure.
We urge you to contact us if you have a history of high cholesterol. Of course, we don’t recommend relying solely on hGH therapy to reduce your high cholesterol levels. hGH will be just one piece of a complex treatment regimen capable of healing, regressing, or improving an array of ailments that you may be experiencing. Lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, will also play an important role in improving your health.
Contact us at your earliest convenience. At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we will perform a blood panel screening based on your symptoms to make sure that you qualify for therapy. This lets us uncover exactly what is going on internally and then map out a program designed specifically to enable you to reach and accomplish your goals of better health and fitness. Please fill out our Medical History Form or call us to speak with a Wellness Advisor. Your Wellness Advisor will start the process of qualifying you for the protocol that starts you on your journey to feeling and being your best every day.