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FoodScience of Vermont Maxi-HGH Description:
- Where Science and Nature Come Together
- A Dietary Supplement to Support Cardiovascular and Growth Hormone Functions and Fat Metabolism
Maxi-HGH is a free-form amino acid supplement containing only the highest quality amino acids.
- Growth Hormone Levels within Normal Ranges
- Improvement in Workout Recovery
- Cardiovascular Health
- Reduction in Sugar Cravings
- Reduction in Body Fat
Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
• FoodScience of Vermont Maxi-HGH Directions
As a dietary supplement, mix 1 scoop (10.25 g) per day in 8 oz. juice or water and take on an empty stomach at bedtime or right after a strenuous exercise.
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (10.25 g)
Servings Per Container: 30
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Persons with kidney disorders should consult with their health care practitioner prior to using this product. If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your health care practitioner before taking this product.
Color of this product may vary due to color variations of the natural ingredients. Store in a cool, dry place at 59-86 degrees. Keep out of reach of children.
The below information was exerpted from Growth Hormone: Amino Acids as GH Secretagogues – A Review of the Literature.
|Amino Acids||Study Results|
|Intravenous Ornithine||Produces a five-fold increase in serum growth hormone in humans.|
|Ornithine||Increased serum growth hormone in bodybuilders, up to four times the baseline level.|
|Arginine||250 mg/kg/day of oral arginine aspartate given to five healthy subjects for seven days caused a 60% rise in GH during slow wave sleep compared to the control period.|
|Arginine and Ornithine||In a double-blind study, adult males participating in a 5-week progressive strength-training program who consumed 2 grams of L-arginine and 1 gram of L-ornithine experienced significantly higher total strength and lean body mass scores and excreted less urinary hydroxyproline than placebo-treated subjects.|
|Ornithine Alpha-ketoglutarate (OKG)||Significantly increased IGF-1 and growth hormone levels in trauma patients. In healthy subject, OKG increased tissue levels of growth-hormone-releasing glutamine.|
|Arginine and lysine||1200 milligrams of arginine pyroglutamate combined with L-lysine hydrochloride significantly elevated biologically active growth hormone from two to eight times the baseline value in 15 healthy male subjects aged 15 to 20 years old.|
|Arginine and lysine||1,500 mg arginine and 1,500 mg lysine increased GH in young men only during resting conditions.|
|Glycine||In 19 normal, non-obese subjects, 6.75 grams of glycine increased growth hormone levels up to 300 to 400 percent that of baseline.|
|Glycine and L-arginine||Increased the subjects mean resistance to fatigue up to 28% over the controls during acute exhaustive high-intensity anaerobic isokinetic exercise and produced an overall gain in total muscle work of 10.5% more than controls.|
|Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)||A single oral dose of 5 grams of GABA administered to 19 subjects significantly elevated plasma growth hormone levels compared to placebo-treated controls.|
|Glutamine||Two grams of oral glutamine resulted in elevated plasma growth hormone in 8 of 9 subjects tested.|