The Youth Hor­mone...

Ev­ery­one’s talk­ing about it. But can it re­ally re­duce body fat, in­crease lean mus­cle mass, boost mood, heighten sex drive, give you plenty of energy, get rid of wrin­kles, and tighten saggy skin?

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Bar­bara just had an­other birth­day.

She watches her diet, ex­er­cises when she can, and is in pretty good shape. In fact, she could be the poster child for the “Foun­tain of Youth” head­line we see on the cov­ers of fash­ion mags around the globe. What’s her se­cret? It’s not just the oc­ca­sional Bo­tox, peel, or filler, or even her as­sort­ment of skin creams that could ri­val the anti-ag­ing sec­tion of your lo­cal Sephora. Bar­bara, who was al­ways “cut­ting edge,” has be­come a be­liever in what is fast be­com­ing the most pop­u­lar (if not the most ex­pen­sive) anti-ag­ing treat­ment in the USA… Growth Hor­mone Ther­apy.

t seems ev­ery­one is talk­ing about hu­man growth hor­mone lately. Shape mag­a­zine be­gan a re­cent growth hor­mone ar­ti­cle with the provoca­tive lead-in: “When you see a 50-year-old actress who can pass for 35, you can bet that good genes aren’t the only things re­spon­si­ble for her youth­ful glow.” Al­lure mag­a­zine, in its “Anti-Ag­ing Spe­cial” is­sue, high­lighted growth hor­mone as its year-end call-out. Fox News, The To­day Show, CNN, ABC, and CBS have all con­trib­uted to the cur­rent frenzy.

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