Diet Doc and Dr. Oz Address Human Growth Hormone's Safety, Effectiveness and Possible Overuse

NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A recent Dr. Oz episode featured Human Growth Hormone, hGH, a product that, as of late, has become very controversial. People throughout the country are talking about this hormone that has the ability to rejuvenate the body's cells and essentially reverse the aging process. Previously reserved and affordable only by the rich and famous, people nationwide are now rushing to their doctor to receive the hormone.

Dr. Oz stated that Human Growth Hormone is one of the most used, yet abused, drugs on the market, historically gaining its reputation among men and athletes to increase muscle mass, strength and endurance. Doctors are now finding that women are turning to hGH to turn back the hands of time and achieve the perfect body, thus raising the question, "Is hGH being overprescribed by some doctors"?

Although Human Growth Hormone is not a typical weight loss drug, many hGH users do report weight loss. Teresa, A Dr. Oz guest, gave testament to the positive effects that hGH has had on her mind and body, overall health and life in general. Teresa reported losing 40 pounds in 4 months, with improved energy levels, memory and acuity and new muscle tone in her arms and legs and stated that she looks and feels as she did 20 years ago.

A published study of Diet Doc's prescription hGH anti-aging therapy revealed that patients reported a decrease in fat, increase in muscle, fewer wrinkles, enhanced memory, improved exercise tolerance along with looking younger and feeling better.

Dr. Oz stresses, and Diet Doc concurs, that prior to beginning any new diet that may include medications, patients should make every attempt to improve their health by getting adequate sleep, exercise and a high protein diet. Consumers were also warned of hGH internet scams and reminded that hGH is only legal and effective when prescribed by a qualified doctor.

Diet Doc patients who are interested in their hGH anti-aging therapy must first complete a health questionnaire and consult with one of the company's highly trained physicians. To establish a medical need and to ensure patient safety, initial blood testing will be performed, as well as follow up testing at specific intervals throughout the 3-6 month treatment. Those who do not meet the criteria for hGH can discuss other alternatives with the doctor.

Call Diet Doc today to consult with a physician and to learn more about safely reversing the clock and looking and feeling better than ever before.

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