Thursday, April 19, 2012

Growth hormone, forever young, or scam?

Look tired, lose energy and have no sexual appetite are situations in which more than one person goes through. But this is not a question of age, but often due to lower production in the body of somatropin, growth hormone. This alters the development of daily activities, as it loses energy and yield less.

Growth hormone is comprised of peptides that represent a protein, at the same time, it is secreted in the pituitary gland. This hormone is essential to develop in adolescence, both for height, bone and neural level higher.
Like other hormones, about 35 years of age, the body stops producing the right amount of Somatropin. The decline of growth hormone causes certain functions in the body will be diminished, and thus lost muscle strength, decreased libido, there is less sexual potency, hair falls, there is a loss of smoothness and lubrication to the skin, and chronic fatigue occurs.

Maintaining the appropriate level of growth hormone has the benefits:

Increase cardiac output (HGC can be a great anti-aging supplement for your heart)

Restore muscle mass

Decrease body fat

Improve sleep >> Natural remedies for insomnia

Reduce wrinkles (HGH stimulates the growth of elastin and collagen) >> Foods that will help you fight wrinkles

Lost hair grows back

Restore hair color

Increase energy lasting energy without sugar >>

Lower Cholesterol without drugs

Restore the size of the liver, pancreas and heart

Improves vision

Improves memory >> help mental focus

Improves mood

Increases resistance

Improves immune system

Increases sexual desire (HGH levels and penile growth may be related)

Fighting osteoporosis (HGH stimulates growth of bone and cartilage, the dose is very important to avoid side effects)

Growth hormone, forever young, or scam?

Why Swiss cheese has holes?

Why Swiss cheese has holes?

No, the little holes in Swiss cheese are not the product mischievous mice. The reason for the holes in Swiss cheese, called eyes in the world of cheese, is more scientific.

The proper name is Emmentaler Swiss cheese and this gets its distinctive appearance and flavor thanks to the bacteria that turns milk into cheese. All cheeses contain bacteria that help them develop into edible products, but the bacteria is not the same for all classes.

To make Swiss cheese, cultures of the bacterium S. thermophilus, Lactobacillus and P. shermani. shermani are mixed with cow's milk. The bacteria helps create cheese curds, which are soaked in brine and pressed into cheese molds. The cheese is then stored in 72 to 80 degrees F and left to mature.

At this point is when the bacteria really works. Their job is to free lactic acid and other bacteria, a gas-consuming. This bacterium, P. shermani, releases carbon dioxide when consumed lactic acid and forms bubbles. The bubbles do not disappear, pockets are formed in air resulting in the hole in the Swiss cheese.

The size of the holes can be controlled by the creators of cheese through the acidity, temperature and time of maturity, making it possible to have Swiss cheese "Baby" option and regular. 

The chips can be as addictive as marijuana - BEWARE

The chips can be as addictive as marijuana

Fatty foods produce much satisfaction and is very hard to stop eating them, like a drug, the study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The proof of the truth can now be carried out. You take a bag of potatoes, you open and you try to eat only one.Hard ¿right?Something will push you to eat another and another and another. You might eat the whole bag. The stoicism and strength of will should be measured by this kind of parameters.

Not surprisingly, when a fatty substance is ingested, generates a signal that travels to the brain first and forth through the vagus nerve, reaches the intestine and stimulates the production of endocannabinoids in the gut, so called because they have effects similar to cannabinoids that has marijuana

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