Fragment 176-191 is a stabilized analog of the factor, which stimulates Growth hormone secretion (somatoliberin). The scientists of the Monash University, Victoria, discovered that the GH effect of fat mass reduction is controlled by the small region near the end of GH molecule. This region consists of 176-191 amino acids, which is less than 10% of the total size of the GH molecule, and does not influence growth and insulin resistance.
Therefore, this drug has one single effect. It stimulates lipolysis (12.5 times stronger than GH) and significantly slows down lipogenesis (formation of fatty acids). Fragment 176-191 has neither other affects, nor side effects of the Growth hormone (for example, impaired control of blood glucose level). That is why this drug can be viewed to as an ideal drug for getting rid of excess fat. Some scientists declared that regular use of Fragment 176-191 could increase the level of IGF-1 and help to slow down aging processes.
There are a multitude of benefits with injecting GH. Had there been no benefits to it, no doctors would have been prescribing it for GH deficiency. GH is known first and foremost through the bodybuilding community to build lean muscle tissue through sarcomere hyperplasia (splitting of muscle cells). GH also enhances lipolysis production which increases the rate in which fat is burned. GH triggers the growth of all organs except the brain.
GH increases protein synthesis which will lead to more nitrogen retention giving you more muscle and more vascularity. GH protects the immune system by making it stronger to adapt to environmental changes. GH allows the bones of the body to retain calcium at higher rates which leads to a better bone density mineral state. GH is crucial for someone on a keto based diet as it promotes gluconeo genesis within the body’s Liver.
Speaking of livers, it also reduces the uptake of nasty glucose within the Liver which reduces visceral adipose tissue located around the organs
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