This is a copy of our first press release back in 1999.

HGH-Pro Press Release

Human Growth Hormone Proven to Reverse Signs of Aging

Released_By: USA News Press Release Network

Date: 7/19/99

Time: 7:17:15 AM


CONTACT INFORMATION: HGH-Pro, 5637 Hazeltine Ave, Sherman Oaks, CA 91401. Phone: 866-269-4069.

Sherman Oaks, CA, - July 16, 1999: announces an oral combination of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) that could literally reverse the signs of aging. Independent test studies show ProBLEN to be the most effective sublingual product.

With society growing older and with medical advancements increasing the age expectancy, HGH is said to have the potential to increase life expectancy to around 130 years.

Human Growth Hormone influences the growth of cells, bones, muscles and organs throughout the body. It is one of many endocrine hormones, like estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, melatonin and DHEA, that all decline in production with age.

While many of these hormones can be replaced to deter some of the effects of aging, It reaches far beyond the scope of any of these hormones.

Studies have shown that it can not only slow biological aging, but it acts to significantly reverse a broad range of the signs and symptoms associated with the aging process.

Human growth hormone release peaks during adolescence, however once adulthood is reached its release begins to decline, this decline plays an important role in the effects of aging.

Daily HGH release decreases with age to the extent that a 60 year old may release only 25% of that released by a 20 year old, resulting in SDS, or Somatotropin (growth hormone) Deficiency Syndrome.

Symptoms include loss of muscle and an increase of fat, decreased physical mobility, socialization and energy levels, diminished healing ability, a greater risk of cardiovascular disease and lower life expectancy. In other words, the symptoms of the disease called aging.

To learn more about human growth hormone or how to take advantage of this formula; visit the HGH-Pro website:

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