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GHS for Weight Loss and to Build Muscle

Updated on March 9, 2008
  • If it works for people like me, who have a hard time losing weight, just think how well it will work for you!

In the past few years Human Growth Hormone (HGH) compounds have come a long way from the expensive injections of the past. At first I tried a variety of different companies and found that Good Health Supplements is by far the best. It is consistent in the results it produces, and I don't have to worry about side effects or inferior compounds being used in its manufacture.

I live in the mountains and behind my house is a hill that is approximately 1,000 feet high. I started walking up that hill once a day before I started taking the GHS. I had to stop several times to catch my breath and let my muscles rest before I made it to the top. What was normally a 40-minute walk took me almost 2 hours. It was hell, but I had to keep trying. I wasn't going to give up and die a 300-pound couch potato. There were too many things I still wanted to do with my life.

After I started taking the GHS it was still hard for me to get up the hill for about 3 weeks. Around the 23rd day of taking GHS I started up the hill one morning, and before I knew it I was at the top. It took me a minute to realize what just happened. I had made it up the hill without stopping, and only minor muscle pain. I also noticed that my pants were starting to be a little loose on my legs. I was shocked to see that kind of difference in such a short time. For me it has truly been a miracle. I'm back to an active life that includes hiking, riding horses, and doing the outdoor activities that I love. This summer I plan on taking a 10-day raft trip down the Salmon River, and I'm not one bit worried that I'll have any trouble making it.


What does the US Senate know that you don't about Human Growth Hormone (HGH)? They know it works!! Otherwise there wouldn't be a controversy about athletes taking it.

Fifteen years ago I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism. No matter how hard I tried I couldn't lose weight and keep it off. I consumed 700 calories, and exercised 2 hours a day, seven days a week with little to show for it. For me or anyone else this type of diet and exercise regime is torture, making it impossible to stay on long enough to lose much weight. I don't care which diet I tried, nothing worked without the starvation tactics.

For hypothyroid patients muscle loss is also a major concern, making exercise a painful endeavor at best. It makes losing weight that much more impossible when you can't build and maintain muscle mass. In my case I had severe muscle degeneration throughout my back and legs. It seemed that no matter how many days, or how many times a day I exercised, I was unable to build or maintain muscles. You know the saying "no pain - no gain" I had the pain and absolutely no gain.

After years of riding the "diet merry-go-round" I knew I had to get off once and for all. There had to be something out there that would help me build muscle, and not be toxic to my body or cost a fortune. In 2003 I found my Miracle in Good Health Supplements, the makers of GHS and other great products.

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For maximum benefit I take the GHS p.m. Plus and their new product Advaya.


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