Google Arginine and the Elderly (especially if you're a RealJock over 49 years of age) - ... HGH?!

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    Oct 18, 2015 11:40 PM GMT
    Remember, some athletes had parents who were athletes. Your parents will be 49 soon, if not already. This information is likely important for them (as it is for my mom--the reason that generated this thread -- more her than me: my issue was the Citrulene - Arginine. Of course I will NOT suggest my mom or any elderly person take Citrulene).

    http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/arginine/evidence/hrb-20058733


    http://www.restoreunity.org/arginine_elderly.htm
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    Oct 19, 2015 12:55 AM GMT
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2090123210000573
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    Oct 19, 2015 1:04 AM GMT
    http://www.brinkzone.com/articles/the-arginine-paradox-find-out-if-arginine-based-no-boosters-really-work-for-you/
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    Oct 30, 2015 3:56 PM GMT
    I'm over 20 years away from being 49+, but what are you really meaning to say, Stephen? In any case, HGH is in many ways the 'fountain of youth' if there is such a thing. I wouldn't use supplements to attempt to boost it so much as I'd look to just straight up acquire the real thing. The downside is that it's extremely expensive and can come with a short list of side effects. The compromise would be HGH secretagogues (or peptides) which don't take you into supra-physiological levels but rather maximize the release of what is already produced by the pituitary naturally. It tends to get a bit sluggish once most men meet middle age and beyond.
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    Dec 29, 2015 4:26 PM GMT
    Sickplicity saidI'm over 20 years away from being 49+, but what are you really meaning to say, Stephen?

    In any case, HGH is in many ways the 'fountain of youth' if there is such a thing. I wouldn't use supplements to attempt to boost it so much as I'd look to just straight up acquire the real thing. The downside is that it's extremely expensive and can come with a short list of side effects. The compromise would be HGH secretagogues (or peptides) which don't take you into supra-physiological levels but rather maximize the release of what is already produced by the pituitary naturally. It tends to get a bit sluggish once most men meet middle age and beyond.


    Your last sentence explains what I meant to say.