To unravel the facts about the relationship between diabetes HGH and insulin, it's important to understand some basic facts. HGH is produced by the pituitary while insulin is produced by the pancreas. Among other things, HGH acts on cells in the liver to stimulate the production of insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) Ė donít let the name confuse you: this is not insulin. IGF-I, like HGH acts on a number of cells in the body. High levels of IGF-I decrease the uptake of insulin by body cells and the metabolism of glucose in the liver. High levels of IGF-I also decrease production of HGH, which will in turn lead to decreased IGF-I.
In most patients who have experienced the diabetes HGH treatment combination, but have not had diabetes in the past, discontinuing the hormone treatments has resulted in blood sugar levels returning to normal. Critics point out that the use of growth hormone treatment for anti aging, when no conventional deficiency exists, has only been a practice in the last decade or so. There have not been any studies carried out over a sufficiently long period of time to determine whether there are permanent effects on blood sugar regulation. One thing seems clear: until we know more, people with established blood sugar abnormalities should probably stay away from human growth hormone therapy for anti aging.
R. Drysdale is a freelance writer with more than 25 years experience as a health care professional. You can learn more about diabetes HGH on the AntiAging Information site.
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