contact@legalhghusa.com - US & Canada: 1 800 778 7012

Fish Compound Hooks Better Sleep

Fish Compound Hooks Better Sleep        Dietary Supplementation and Human Growth Hormone An ever-expanding library of data suggests a variety of potential health-improving benefits of omega-3 fatty acids – compounds found abundantly in “fatty fish” such as salmon, herring, and sardines.   Previous studies have suggested links between poor sleep and low blood levels…

Read More...

A Sweet Solve to Antibiotic Resistance

A Sweet Solve to Antibiotic Resistance Infection Protection and Human Growth Hormone An age-old natural sweetener, honey has been utilized in folk medicine around the world, oftentimes as a topical wound dressing.  Honey is filled with healthful polyphenols, most  notably – phenolic acids, caffeic acid, p-coumaric acid and ellagic acid.  Susan M. Meschwitz, from Salve…

Read More...

CV Exercise in Young Adulthood Preserves Cognitive Function in Middle-Age

CV Exercise in Young Adulthood Preserves Cognitive Function in Middle-Age Human Growth Hormone and Memory Running regularly or participating in other forms of cardiovascular exercise in your 20s may help to preserve memory and thinking skills in middle-age, according to recent study results. David R Jacobs, Jr, PhD, of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis,…

Read More...

The Diabetes – Cancer Link

The Diabetes – Cancer Link Human Growth Hormone and Health Pre-existing diabetes may increase the death risk of cancer patients; this excess mortality is larger among patients with diabetes treated with insulin. Kristina Ranc, from the Steno Diabetes Center (Denmark), and colleagues assessed all patients diagnosed with cancer in Denmark between 1995 and 2009 — a…

Read More...

Sports Participation May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Sports Participation May Lower Breast Cancer Risk        Women’s Health and Human Growth Hormone A number of previous studies report that physical activity exerts a protective role in a number of cancers.  Mathieu Boniol, from the International Prevention Research Institute (France), and colleagues completed a meta-analysis of 37 studies, involving a total of…

Read More...

Breath Temp Linked to Cancer

Breath Temp Linked to Cancer       Health and Human Growth Hormone     There is keen interest in developing non-invasive cancer diagnostics, with a number of scientific teams devising breath tests for various cancers. Elisiana Carpagnano, from the University of Foggia (Italy), and colleagues have found that breath temperature may serve as as…

Read More...

Spinach Compound Counters Cravings

Spinach Compound Counters Cravings       Weight Loss and Human Growth Hormone Many people experience cravings for unhealthy foods such as sweets or fast food, and acquiescing to them can lead to unhealthy eating habits and obesity.  Charlotte Erlanson-Albertsson, from Lund University (Sweden), and colleagues enrolled 38 overweight women in a  three-month long study…

Read More...

Go Bananas

Go Bananas     Bananas and Human Growth Hormone Potassium, found abundandly in bananas, is a mineral for which previous studies suggest is effective at lowering blood pressure. The US Department of Agriculture recommends that women consume at least 4,700 mg of potassium daily.    Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller, from Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York), and…

Read More...

Age Affects Stem Cell Capacities

Age Affects Stem Cell Capacities Aging and Human Growth Hormone Age Affects Stem Cell Capacities As we age, stem cells throughout our bodies gradually lose their capacity to repair damage, even from normal wear and tear. Michael Rudnicki, from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and University of Ottawa (Canada), and colleagues have found that as…

Read More...

Attitude Influences Eating Habits

Attitude Influences Eating Habits       Eating Habits and Human Growth Hormone A positive outlook on life may make you a better candidate for healthy eating.  Melanie Hingle, from the University of Arizona (Arizona, USA), and colleagues studied data collected as part of the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), focusing on two groups of women: …

Read More...