Eutropin (GH) is a protein-based peptide hormone. This stimulates growth, cell reproduction and regeneration in humans and other animals. Somatotropin is a 191 amino acid, a single-chain polypeptide that is synthesized, stored and secreted by cells within the lateral wings of the anterior pituitary gland. Refers to somatotropin produced from birth and naturally in animals, whereas the term refers to the somatotropin produced by recombinant DNA technology, and is shortened by “HGH” in humans.
The best way to build muscle is the growth hormone. The only drug that makes forget about even a bad genetic predisposition, as it helps to achieve a gain in muscle mass to ANYONE. Growth hormone is the biggest risk that an athlete can go to because side effects are irreversible.
I would like to talk a little about how the somatotropic hormone interacts with insulin. In principle, not very advanced athletes are not recommended to supplement the intake of growth hormone injected from outside with insulin – it is sufficient to eat fully every 3 hours. Thus, you will maintain the level of insulin at a sufficiently high level. In addition, it should be noted that too much insulin will make you fat, because excess insulin activates certain enzymes that convert glucose into glycerol and then into triglycerol. On the other hand, too low a level of insulin in the blood, which often occurs during the “drying” before the competition, dramatically reduces the effect of growth hormone on the body. The ideal option would be to find a doctor who would do you blood sugar and urine tests and determine how much insulin you need.