In our younger years, the body can burn fat and build muscle relatively easy. However, when young adulthood begins – generally around age 25 – progressive loss of muscle mass can set in and continue throughout the adult years. Typically, the characteristics of weight gain mask the visual signs of muscle loss with an accumulation of stubborn fat leading to weakness, poor coordination, reduced endurance, loss of vitality, and a poor quality of life. In the medical field, this is a condition called Sarcopenia.
To fight the adverse effects of Sarcopenia, a new treatment has emerged – Sarcotropin.
Sarcotropin is a pharmaceutical, medical food designed to oppose muscle loss and the symptoms associated with Sarcopenia. This non-invasive treatment delivers a formulation of active, essential ingredients proven to stimulate Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) in the brain resulting in production and secretion of Growth Hormone (GH) by the pituitary gland, much like the body did naturally during youth.
Unlike Human Growth Hormone (HGH) therapy — which synthetically replaces declining levels of HGH from the outside — Sarcotropin attempts to address the primary cause of declining GH from the inside by naturally stimulating the pituitary gland to produce more Growth Hormone. Sarcotropin encourages weight loss, positive energy balance, improved sleep habits, and an improved body composition when used in conjunction with a regular diet and healthy lifestyle.
In addition to efficacy, the ingredients in Sarcotropin have been deemed safe for extended use. A large Phase 3 clinical trial was conducted, confirming further the safety and effectiveness of Sarcotropin ingredients use in human beings, as well as the benefits. Some of the benefits of Sarcotropin therapy include:
Sarcotropin therapy is intended for adults in search of a new lease on life and improved rejuvenation. To determine if Sarcotropin therapy is right for you, contact Ageless Health MD to schedule an appointment.
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