Body Composition Enhancement

Most people can lose weight and there are many weight loss programs on the market.  In 2005,  the American Medical Association published a study comparing the four most common weight loss programs:  Atkins, Ornish, Zone and Weight Watchers.  All four programs produced an equal amount of weight loss, and all four programs had everyone regain the weight equally. 

 

Maintaining Weight Control

 

Maintaining weight after a weight loss program needs to be a central focus from the very beginning of a weight loss program.  This is achieved by thinking about how to improve your lean muscle mass.  It’s not always about the scale but about “Body Composition”.  The bottom line is muscle burns calories and body fat doesn’t.  And as we get older, everyone’s metabolism slows, hormone levels fall and lean muscle mass evaporates.

 

The only way to guarantee that you will permanently maintain your weight is to enhance your metabolism by improved body composition. The fundamental approach to this is healthy eating, exercise, and the addition of hormone medication or peptide therapy if needed.  Eating needs to include a daily balanced approach: protein intake 3-4 times every day (as the body can only absorb and process one-third of a person’s daily requirement per meal).  Exercise needs to include strength training, which is how the body builds lean muscle mass. Hormone and peptide therapy is regularly offered at the Weight Loss and Vitality Clinic if deficiencies are noted.

 

Growth Hormone Peptides (Sermorelin)

 

Many people associate the words growth hormone peptides to synthetic “Growth Hormone”.  These two substances are not the same.  “Growth Hormone” (also called HGH) is a synthetic compound that replaces your own body’s production and is considered risky, expensive, inadvisable and for the most part illegal to use.  “Growth Hormone Peptide” is not growth hormone.  It is a growth hormone releasing hormone. It supports your pituitary gland, allowing your own body to produce more naturally occurring growth hormone. It is legal, safe, and effective.

 

Sermorelin was originally developed in the early 1980s and approved by the FDA in 1997.  The original brand name of sermorelin was Geref and used in children with growth hormone deficiencies.

 

 

Health Benefits of Sermorelin

Improved Lean Muscle

Reduction of Fat

Improved Energy

Improved Immune Function

Increased Cardiac Function

Improved Skin Elasticity

Decrease Skin Wrinkles

Increased Bone Density

Improved Cholesterol

Improved Wound Healing

Improved Sleep

Increased Mental Function

Improved Vision

Increased Libido

Increased Stamina

Lower Blood Pressure

 




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