You’re okay with computers. You’re not a tech genius, but you understand what you’re doing and you’re making a living in the modern world. Now you’re ready to step up your game and improve your health, but you can’t make sense of the chemistry in all the different products that promise to transform your body.

Move Beyond Gimmicks

You looked on the Internet and learned protein powders can bulk you up, but wise dietary choices can easily achieve the same results. And besides, you’re not interested in tasteless powders that are hard to drink and high in calories. Substances rich in ginseng, caffeine and electrolytes can give you quick energy bursts, but that’s about it. It’s not what you’re looking for.

You keep hearing about IGF-1

If you’ve done a little research, you’ve likely come across something called. IGF-1. This is a natural hormone the body produces that is essential for the growth of muscles and other tissues. Our pituitary glands initially create growth hormones, which in turn travel to the liver. In the liver, a metabolization process takes place which produces IGF-1, or insulin growth. So our bodies produce this naturally, and our bodies require this protein in order to function. The problem is that over time, as we age, our bodies naturally produce less IGF-1. We also know that if bodies don’t produce enough IGF-1, we are susceptible to a variety of illnesses. So what would our bodies do if they could get more IGF-1?

Why Deer Antler Velvet

Deer’s antlers grow at an extremely rapidly rate. In fact, every year in the autumn, deer naturally shed their antler, and the following spring, they grow a new pair. Needless to say, there’s much happening at the cellular and biochemical level that enable deer to do this. Their deer antler velvet is naturally rich in IGF-1.

The Innumerable Benefits

After safely harvesting and processing deer antler velvet, following the strict federal standards, IGF-1 is safe for humans to use. When your body absorbs additional IGF-1, you’re helping the muscles get glucose and amino acids at an accelerated pace. For athletes, this means stronger muscular development, which improves endurance. It can also assist with recovery time from muscular strain or injury.

If you’re trying to lose weight, additional IGF-1 is known to help maintain and accelerate lean muscle growth while your body burns off the fatty tissue. In other words, IGF-1 is helping boost your body’s natural metabolism.

Adding more IGF-1 to your body also boosts circulation, which can help for sufferers of erectile dysfunction (ED). While ED can have many causes, inability to obtain or sustain an erection is related to decreased blood flow to pelvic organs. When the body receives more glucose and amino acids, blood vessels respond by producing more oxygen and expediting blood follow to your organs.

This is just the tip of the iceberg. See what else Royal Velvet from The Healthy Protocol, LLC can do for you.

Original Source: https://royalvelvetnow.com/blog/growth-factor/not-so-secret-ingredient-igf-1-what-you-need-know

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