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Junior GHR (Growth Hormone Releaser) 60 Tablets

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    GHR (Growth Hormone Releaser) is a special combination of amino acids and colostrum that are important for the growth and development of children. The amino acids are beneficial for releasing growth hormones, which aid in muscle development and fat metabolism. COlostrum is rich in immune and growth factors, such as Insulin-like Growth Factor1 (IGF-1) that may be useful for stimulating muscle growth.
     
    Dosage
    Children (age 3-7): Take 1 tablet twice daily;Children (age 8+): Take 2-3 tablets twice daily. Take 30 minutes before foodand prior to bedtime, or as professionally recommended.Care needs to be taken when given to younger children and ADULTSUPERVISION IS REQUIRED. The tablets can be crushed and mixed withfood, such as yoghurt.
     
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    Ingredients
    L-Arginine 75mg, L-Ornithine 50mg, L-Histidine 25mg, Colostrum 20mg,Calcium (Chelate) 5mg, L-Tryptophan 5mg.This product contains tableting aids and coating colour.
     
    The study of human growth is known as auxology. Growth and height have long been recognized as a measure of the health and wellness of individuals, hence part of the reasoning for the use of growth charts. Height extremes of either excessive tallness or shortness can cause social exclusion and discrimination. An individual’s height can be largely a part of what social clique, or group that they fall in to. This is usually associated with pre-teens and teenagers. There is also a strong correlation between subnormal stature and individual’s self-esteem.
    There are two factors in determining the human height, genetics and environmental factors. Genetic factors cannot be altered, while environmental factors can. These include diet or nutrition, exercise, fitness, pollution exposure, sleep patterns, climate, and even happiness, which is associated with an individual’s psychological well-being.
    Another aspect is the human growth hormone that can also affect the growth and final height. In adolescents, the hormone secretion occurs in highest amount during sleep and it can be enhanced by exercise. If not enough growth hormone is secreted by the pituitary gland, then the child needs medical attention to find out if there is a deficiency in growth hormone and appropriate treatment will be given.
    Prolife has designed a special formulation called GHR (Growth Hormone Releaser). It is a combination of amino acids and colostrum that are important for the growth and development of children. Amino acids are building blocks of proteins and GHR contains arginine, ornithine, histidine and tryptophan.
     
    In summary, GHR (Growth Hormone Releaser) is an amino acid formulation that was designed to stimulate the production of growth hormones in the body. GHR also contains calcium, and colostrum that is rich in growth factors. It is important for parents to help their children to obtain proper nutritious diet, exercise more (or be more active), have a good sleep pattern and maintain a happy mood. GHR is a useful supplement for short children, especially before and during their puberty period.
    References:
    Alba-Roth J., Müller O.A., Schopohl J., von Werder K., Arginine stimulates growth hormone secretion by suppressing endogenous somatostatin secretion. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1988 Dec; 67 (6): 1186-9. Bellone J., Valetto M.R., Aimaretti G., Segni M., Volta C., Cardimale G., Baffoni C., Pasquino A.M., Bernasconi S., Bartolotta E., Mucci M., Ghigo E.,Effects of phenylalanine, histidine, and leucine on basal and GHRH-stimulated GH secretion and on PRL, insulin, and glucose levels in short children. Comparison with the effects of arginine. J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab. 1996 Sep-Oct; 9(5): 523-31. Charney D.S., Heninger G.R., Reinhard J.F. Jr., Sternberg D.E., Hafstead KM., The effect of intravenous L-tryptophan on prolactin and growth hormone and mood in healthy subjects. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 1982; 77 (3): 217-22. Evain-Brion D., Donnadieu M., Roger M., Job J.C., Simultaneous study of somatotropic and corticotrophic pituitary secretions during ornithine infusion test, Clin Endocrinol (Oxf), 1982 Aug; 17 (2): 119-22. Gertner J.M., Wajnrajch M.P., Leibel R.L., Genetic defects in the control of growth hormone secretion. Horm Res. 1998; 49 Suppl 1:9-14. GNC Healthnotes: www.gnc.com Lindgren B.F., Segovia B., Lassarre C., Binoux M., Gourmelen M., Growth retardation in constitutionally short children is related both to low serum levels of insulin-like growth factor-1 and to its reduced bioavailability, Growth Regul, 1996 Sep; 6 (3): 158-64. Molgaard C., Thomsen B.L., Michaelsen K.F., Effect of habitual dietary calcium intake on calcium supplementation in 12–14-y-old girls, Am J Clin Nutr. 2004 Nov; 80 (5): 1422-7. Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org

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