The Difference Between Ipamorelin and Sermorelin

Did you know that when you reach the age of 30, your body's levels of human growth hormone (HGH) start to decline rapidly? This can usually explain why, after you reach 30 years, you start noticing more exhaustion, loss in muscle mass, increase in fat retention, and increased emotional distress.

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A Look into Actual Age Reversal

Aging is a complex process influenced by a combination of genetic, epigenetic, and environmental factors. Genetic components account for almost 30% of the aging while epigenetic (changes that alter the physical structure of DNA) and environmental modifications are considered to be the major contributors.

For the first time, a clinical study in California has suggested that it might be possible to reverse the body’s epigenetic clock. As opposed to a chronological clock (actual amount of time a person has been alive), this type of clock measures a person’s biological age.

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Is looking and feeling good too much to ask?

Are you someone who has tried (what seems like) every diet and every type of workout and are still not seeing the scale budge?

Maybe the scale moves a little but sustained weight loss seems impossible no matter what diet you follow or how many times a week you hit the gym. What if there was a way to figure out what type of eating was best for you, combined with the right type of exercise? When it comes to weight loss, there is now science and research to validate the use of genetic testing for even more precise individualization of weight loss.

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How Leptin Affects Your Ability to Lose Weight

Leptin is mainly associated with weight fluctuations and appetite. Leptin is a hormone in the body that manages hunger and feelings of satiety. It is secreted by adipose (fat) tissue, so the more overweight a person is, typically, the higher his or her leptin levels.

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