For the longest time I always felt weird about trying a HGH supplement. Then after overhearing a conversation at my gym where some guys were talking about HGH-X2, I started doing some more research. Once I understood that HGH supplements were meant to support and improve your body's natural HGH production, I felt less weird about it. So I went ahead and gave HGH-X2 a try. It's given me that extra edge that I always felt I needed. Plus, I've noticed my recovery time has seriously improved. All I can say is that if you're even a little curious about HGH, the only way to see if it's right for you, is to try it. I did! And I don't regret it.
Foods high in amino acids may also bump up HGH production in your body. Your basic protein-packed meats (such as chicken, beef, pork, and fish) are good places to start, and dairy products (such as milk, cheese, and yogurt) can also provide the nutrition you need to encourage HGH secretion. A 2008 study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition reported that choline, a neurotransmitter, may boost production of growth hormone, so be sure to add foods that are high in choline, such as eggs and shrimp, to your training table.
One of the most common questions asked about HGH is whether it can make users grow taller. Between the ages of about 12 and 18, your body is still growing. During this time, the administration of HGH can help you add inches to your height. As such, HGH is an essential part of therapy for children who have growth disorders such as dwarfism. However, between 18 and 21 years old, growth plates on your bones fuse together and essentially “lock” your height. Administering HGH may cause individual bones in your body to thicken, but it will not lengthen them.