March 6, 2024

IGF-1 Benefits and How to Increase Production

IGF-1 Benefits and How to Increase Production

IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor 1) is the primary mediator of HGH's anabolic effects in the body. HGH stimulates IGF-1 production in all of your tissues and organs, with the liver being the primary source of IGF-1 release into the bloodstream.

Without IGF-1, growth hormone is incapable of stimulating growth and hypertrophy, promoting recovery, and preventing muscle loss and osteoporosis. If your IGF-1 levels are low, you may experience muscle going to waste and lean body mass loss. Additionally, you will be at a greater risk for bone fractures and will recover from injuries more slowly.

Your IGF-1 levels could decrease if you have growth hormone deficiency (GHD) or if your cells and tissues are insensitive or unresponsive to HGH. In addition to these symptoms, GHD patients may also experience weight gain, sleep disturbances, and a decline in quality of life.

IGF-1 levels appear to rise with several changes in lifestyle and diet, including:

  • Reduce belly fat if you're overweight or obese.
  • Refraining from fasting.
  • Consumption of sufficient amounts of protein.
  • Taking part in routine exercise.

Normal IGF-1 levels support muscle protein synthesis and growth, which is one of the growth factors utilized in our natural hormone treatment, BioPro+. In addition to helping heal damaged tissues, IGF-1 increases metabolism and libido, while also improves insulin sensitivity.

Thousands of the industry’s top physicians and practitioners rely on BioProtein Technology for non-synthetic pharmaceutical grade regenerative therapies designed to improve sleep, balance hormones, increase libido and aid recovery. To learn more about our natural hormone treatments, visit us online.

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