Products that claim to safely and naturally increase Human Growth Hormone (HGH) levels are worthless, and if you decide to experiment with illegal synthetic Human Growth Hormone, you risk serious, potentially deadly side effects, as HGH not only reduces body fat level and enhances muscle mass gains, but also promotes the growth of bone and internal organs (including the heart), which can lead to death and deformation.
Therefore, growth hormone is only to be used by those who have a legitimate medical deficiency, and never for bodybuilding purposes due to the serious health risks. Again, most bodybuilding supplements that you find in health food stores or on the Internet claiming to naturally increase human growth hormone do not work as advertised (and if they did, you’d experience the same risks outlined above), so I encourage you to save your time and money.
Again, using the Human Growth Hormone drug is very dangerous, and unnecessary to burn fat or build muscle mass. In fact, I gained over 60 lbs of muscle mass through a proper bodybuilding diet and weight training program, as opposed to risking my life using Human Growth Hormone or anabolic steroids.
Many are unaware that a potent bodybuilding diet and weight training program can actually promote natural increases in both testosterone and growth hormone within the normal healthy range, which is why natural bodybuilders who adhere to an effective routine are able to achieve impressive results without the use of bodybuilding supplements or drugs. Therefore, by following a correctly designed diet and weight training routine, you can encourage natural Human Growth Hormone secretion within a safe range without using dangerous, illegal substances that can cause cancer, organ failure and premature death.
In short — avoid Human Growth Hormone! Remember, building muscle mass is possible through proper weight training and bodybuilding diet techniques, and no supposed band-aid (such as HGH) is a valid substitute. I have helped men and women around the world to gain muscle mass through my MuscleNOW natural bodybuilding program, and can show you how to accomplish the best results of your entire life using my proven methods, without any supplements or drugs.
The most you can expect from creatine is a slight water weight gain, but here’s the downside:
If you are not convinced of the potential health risks associated with creatine and other bodybuilding supplements, please read the following that was posted in the MuscleNOW Member Area by one of my MuscleNOW clients who decided to experiment with creatine:
I’ve had a really horrible month, health wise…and some of it (well, all of it, really) was my fault. About 3-4 weeks ago, I woke up one morning to find I couldn’t get out of bed. I was having such severe muscle pain that I literally couldn’t move. The pain was on the outside of both my legs, as well as the inner parts of my arms. I also had zero grip strength, and when I did try to grab something, my hands would shake. Scared, my wife called our doctor, and he told me to come in immediately. It took about 2 hours for me to get out of bed, get dressed and get to the doctor. My doctor is 5 minutes from my house. When I got there, he was very grave looking. He feared some type of sudden onset neurological muscular disorder. Now, I was really panicked. I saw my life flash b/4 my eyes…my 2 year old son being 16 and seeing a father who couldn’t walk anymore. I was thinking horrible, horrible thoughts. So anyway, as I’m getting ready to leave the room, the doctor asks, almost as an afterthought, “Do you take creatine, by any chance?” I told him yes, that I’d been taking a maintenance dose for several months now, about a teaspoon a day or so. He told me to cut out the creatine…immediately…and see if symptoms don’t improve in a couple days. Sure enough, in 24 hours the pain was cut by half, and by the following week, it had dissipated completely. Turns out, I was suffering from creatine toxicity. This is one of those lessons I only need to learn one time…my supplement days are over. Creatine is one of the most studied and “considered safe” supplements out there (which is why I chose to take it)…and yet, look what happened to me.
Creatine is available in certain foods, but, as bodybuilding supplement companies are quick to claim, not in sufficient quantities to offer muscle building benefits. Yet, aside from the fact that creatine, even in large doses, does not offer any significant change in terms of strength or size, by removing creatine from its naturally regulated state (in food) and offering a supplement form where far larger doses can be consumed, the body is receiving an unnaturally high quantity of a substance that was by nature limited to far smaller levels in food [for a reason], and this is where substantial damage to health can occur. Vitamins and minerals are sold for those who have deficiencies, and are recommended in certain cases by doctors to bring the body back to a healthy state, but when one indiscriminately begins to supplement with a vitamin or mineral when their body is perfectly normal, they create imbalances which can lead to medical ailments, and this is no different from what occurs when using a substance such as creatine for reasons other than to treat a medical deficiency.
Only some retain extra water weight while using creatine, and even the best cases will be slight. Is creatine worth the cost? Not on my life! Remember, muscle mass gains result from proper weight training and bodybuilding diet techniques, and no supposed band-aid (such as creatine) is a valid substitute. I have achieved tremendous success (over 60 pounds of added muscle mass), and have helped men and women around the world to produce dramatic muscle building results through my MuscleNOW natural bodybuilding program, without any supplements or steroids.
Will you be next?