HGH Energizer formula is advertised as a natural way of increasing the levels of HGH and preventing the side effects of aging. The formula is produced by a relatively unknown manufacturer called Santrinico Enterprises, but we could not find any additional information about this company.
The formula is said to provide adequate amounts of amino-acids and nutrients that will increase the energy levels without causing unwanted side effects. It is claimed as designed to provide users with the nutrients they are deficient with. Indeed, looking at the label we can see that HGH Energizer provides numerous amino-acids researched for their abilities to increase muscle mass, support optimal energy levels, improve endurance to physical stress, and increase HGH production. We are however concerned about the moderately low amounts of these substances present in this formula.
We will further analyze some of these amino-acids in order to see how exactly they are effective in promoting muscle growth and preventing certain problems associated with aging.
HGH Energizer contains the following ingredients: HGH Energizer contains the following ingredients: Vitamin B6, Tribulus, L-Arginine Hydrochloride, L-Leucine, L-Glutamine, L-Lysine Hydrochloride, Gamma-Amino Butyric Acid, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, Colostrum (standardized to contain 30% immunoglobins), L-Ornithine Hydrochloride, and L-Glycine.
Besides the numerous amino-acids within the formula, the manufacturer also includes the Vitamin B6. Like the other vitamins form the B complex, this too is attributed with potent antioxidant effects which make it a strong support against free radicals. Vitamin B6 effectively supports the maintenance of healthy immune function, optimal cognitive abilities, and healthy circulatory system. Besides that, the vitamin is a key compound in red blood cells production.
L-Arginine is a non-essential amino acid considered particularly important for the circulatory system due to its ability to protect and expand the blood vessels. Thanks to L-Arginine higher amounts of HGH and nutrients are allowed to reach the organs, including muscles.
Leucine, along with Isoleucine and Valine, are the three branched chains amino acids (BCAAs) in humans used by muscles as fuel. They are very popular ingredients of sports nutrition supplements targeted for body-builders, fitness trainers, or professional athletes who have higher energy demands than regular individuals. The amino-acids are also considered essential for maintaining muscle mass in people who are dieting. Muscle loss in this category of people occurs because the body tries to hang on to the body fats by using the muscles as a source for the necessary daily energy. At the same time protein breakdown (catabolism) increases while protein synthesis decreases due to the reduced energy intake. Muscle mass is the difference between protein synthesis and protein breakdown so you can imagine that in order to have an increase in muscle mass, protein synthesis rates must be higher than protein breakdown.
BCAAs (particularly Leucine) have the ability to increase protein synthesis and the cell’s capacity for protein synthesis, and reduce protein breakdown. More, so it seems that BCAAs also have the ability to improve workout intensity by reducing Serotonin levels in the brain, a neurotransmitter that regulates perception of fatigue. Serotonin levels increase during workouts, but BCAAs were observed to inhibit production of Serotonin by reducing the amount of Tryptophan that enters the brain (Tryptophan is a precursor of Serotonin).
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- HGH Energizer features various amino-acids shown to support muscle mass and HGH synthesis, and to increase energy levels
- An official site of the manufacturer is not available
- The amounts of active substances provided by the formula are lower than the current recommendations
- There are no consumer testimonials available for consulting
HGH Energizer looks like a complex formula that delivers numerous nutrients required for the maintenance of muscle mass and HGH production. Our main concern comes from the fact that the amounts of amino-acids provided by this supplement are not high enough to create noticeable benefits. More so, there is no indication that the supplement has been the subject of any scientific study and consumer testimonials are currently unavailable. It is why we advise potential consumers to address a nutritionist, their fitness trainer, or a specialized professional in order to make sure this formula is the right choice for them and their specific needs.