Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Human Growth Hormone and Celebrities

It is common for athletes to use HGH to enhance their performance and keep muscle mass. Since HGH cannot be detected in urine, many athletes are resorting to HGH instead of anabolic steroids.

Actors, actresses, and musicians have also been accused of allegedly taking HGH. Keith Richards, Sylvester Stallone, Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, Tyler Perry, Wyclef Jean, Timbaland, Chris Benoit, Suzanne Somers, and Debbie Clemens are some of the many who are accused of taking HGH.

4 comments:

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  2. Undergo HGH Therapy for low energy levels. Take prescribed HGH injections that will make you feel healthy and youthful throughout life without any side effects.

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  3. Since the natural production of HGH starts to slow down as a person ages, therapies have been developed to bring the levels of the hormone back up.

    HGH injections are one of the most popular options among celebrities. Synthetic growth hormone is delivered directly to the blood stream. This is why the effects of the treatment become visible almost instantaneously.

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