Biomed Comm - Endurance Plus Cell Signal Enhancer - 90 Chewable Tablets
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Turbo-charge your exercise regimen and achieve peak performance with Cell Signal Enhancers, Endurance Plus IGF-1. Sports enthusiasts of all kinds maximize their potential with this safe, natural formula--to improve muscle tone, build strength and stamina, and triumph with new personal bests. Excellent results using Cell Signal Enhancers, Endurance Plus IGF-1 in conjunction with Growth Hormone.
Made from pure recombinant IGF1. Contains NO bovine/animal glandulars! IGF1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor-1)
A General Introduction
Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF1) is released by many different tissues throughout the body and affects almost every cell to some degree. Major organs that synthesize IGF1 are the human placenta, heart, lung, kidney, liver, pancreas, spleen, small intestines, testes, ovaries, large intestines, brain, bone and pituitary. Humans produce approximately 10 milligrams of IGF1 per day until about 30 years old whereby production decreases with aging. IGF1 has similarities to insulin and possesses potent anabolic and cell growth effects. IGF1 is also important for its affect on development, diabetes and other chronic diseases.
IGF1 is primarily secreted by the liver in response to a signal from human growth hormone (hGH). The major target tissues affected by the IGF1 in combination with the hGH signal are muscle, cartilage, bone, liver, kidney, nerves, skin and lungs. IGF1 is known as a 'progression' factor. IGF1 assists competent cells toward cell division and often that is all cells need for successful activation. IGF1 cooperates with PDGF to increase the cell's ability to complete DNA synthesis. IGF1 not only helps cell growth by division, but also by enhancing cell specialization. Hormonal functions such as the anabolic (constructive) activity of hGH depends on the production and presence of IGF1 to achieve positive results.
# IGF1 increases physical performance, mental performance, and physical endurance in healthy individuals.
# IGF1 communicates an anabolic signal to cells, regulating cell division and differentiation as the muscle acquires an increased need for strength or as injury to the muscle is incurred.
# IGF1 promotes the growth of muscle and bone.
# IGF1 acts within the nervous system and is critical for the growth and development of nerve cells.
IGF1 maintains a high level of cell communication at the neuromuscular junction, where the cooperation between the nerve and muscle cells take place.
Studies show that after a one week period of strenuous exercise, blood levels of IGF1 are significantly increased due to either regenerative processes from muscle injury or higher requirements in muscles to handle the weight load.
In aging cells, there is a greater need for more IGF1 in order to move cells out of the 'resting phase' and into a growth phase of the cell cycle. A slower growth of cells during the aging process correlates with a higher requirement of IGF1 than the body supplies. The increase in cellular communication from an addition of IGF1 may bring the aging, slower cells back into the balanced state optimizing cell activity and tissue/organ performance.
Homeopathic IGF1 works in many different areas of the body to facilitate and improve cellular performance. A recent independent double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical testing of homeopathic IGF1 demonstrated effectiveness in the nervous, reproductive, musculo/skeletal, and gastrointestinal systems. Specifically, homeopathic IGF1 improved energy levels and physical performance, respiratory conditions, and relieved symptoms of PMS and menopause. It also relieved muscle and bone aches and pains, joint stiffness, inflammation in the body, improved mental concentration and clarity and positively affected appetite. Increases in lean body mass also have been anecdotally reported. Homeopathic IGF1 balances weight by helping the body to achieve its ideal weight, whether that means losing w:" ":too lean.
IGF1 is believed to bring aging, resting cells back into a balanced state optimizing cell activity and tissue performance.