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HGH Releasers: What The Fuss Is All About!
growth hormone (HGH) releasers are now hugging the headlines because of their
reputation in effecting physiological changes among humans. A story published in
the reputable newspaper USA Today added further media mileage on these compounds.
HGH releasers are specifically getting the notoriety in the sports world because
of their possible huge influence on athletes’ performance despite the fact that
no athlete in the world has been found to use this substance. HGH releasers now
pose a bigger problem than synthetic HGH substances specifically among sports
authorities and anti-doping experts.
What Are HGH Releasers?
releasers are compounds that spur the pituitary glands into producing too much
human growth hormones that are critical to the body’s growth, metabolism, and
cell production. It brings the same physical benefits as those gained from the
use of synthetic HGH. It is said to come in 2 forms- one taken orally, and one
that is injected.
to the USA Today article, the synthetic HGH substance particularly is credited
for muscle growth, decrease in body fat and helps in the body’s recovery from
taxing workouts. It cited that authorities were very much concerned about the
popularity of HGH among athletes that they run blood tests during the 2008
HGH Releasers So Far Impossible To Detect
the USA Today story revealed that the main problem most anti-doping experts have
with HGH releasers is the fact that these substances cannot be detected by blood
Butch of the Olympic Analytical Laboratory, one of the 2 drug testing labs in
the US accredited by the
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), said in the US Today story that
HGH releasers are difficult to determine compared to synthetic HGH substances.
even noted the opinion of Peter Sonksen, a HGH expert and professor of
endocrinology at the St. Thomas’ Hospital and King’s College in London who said
that the current testing method for HGH substances won’t be able to detect HGH
releasers. He explained that since HGH releasers don’t have growth hormone in
them, there is no way for them to be detected through the testing method
And even if HGH releasers are
considered illegal, most athletes are aware of the fact that there is no test
yet that can determine the use of these substances, as noted by WADA’s Gary
Wadler. Sonksen, on the other hand, noted in the article that ‘only the dumbest
athlete’ would be caught using HGH releasers considering the limitations of the
It is also noteworthy to
mention that the current HGH test has yet to churn out a positive result for any
athlete since its introduction prior to the 2004 Olympics, according to the USA
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