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Somatostatin the Growth Hormone canceling agent

Beware of the age accelerating hormone

Somatostatin

the anti-growth hormone that increases with age...


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Somatostatin (the anti-HGH hormone) inhibits the secretion of growth hormone from the pituitary gland and is known to accelerate the aging process. We make more and more somatostatin and less and less HGH as we age. Additionally, the positive effects of any growth hormone in our body is further neutralized by the presence of the anti-HGH hormone, somatostatin.

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