What is HS Labs GH-Amino?
HS Labs GH-Amino features a combined 3 grams of pure L-arginine AKG, L-ornithine HCl, and L-lysine HCl in every serving, with absolutely no fillers or additives. This amino acid triad makes for the ultimate pre-workout nitric oxide booster supplement that will help increase strength, stamina, muscle pumps, and performance in the gym. Push beyond your limits starting from the very first dose.
In addition, these amino acids help naturally increase growth hormone levels so you can maximize recovery, fat loss, and lean body mass. HS Labs GH-Amino is naturally tasteless and mixes easily in virtually all liquids.
Benefits of HS Labs GH-Amino
Growth hormone (GH) is a crucial peptide hormone for muscle recovery, fat loss, and preserving lean body mass. Usually, your body produces small amounts GH throughout the day in a pulsatile fashion, with the largest peaks coming during sleep.
However, growth hormone in and of itself is not an anabolic hormone; rather, it’s the subsequent IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor 1) secreted from elevated growth hormone levels that make your body anabolic. IGF-1 is a peptide hormone structurally similar to insulin and has strong anabolic and anti-catabolic actions in the human body.
Research demonstrates that IGF-1 is a potent activator of the AKT signaling pathway in muscle cells, which promotes both growth and proliferation.1 Another highly beneficial aspect of IGF-1 is that it blunts skeletal muscle protein breakdown (i.e. it’s anti-catabolic and muscle-sparing).2
What makes GH-Amino unique is that it provides three synergistic amino acids - L-arginine, L-lysine, and L-ornithine - that not only boost NO levels, but also naturally drive growth hormone production by suppressing somatostatin levels and stimulating the release of somatotropin from the pituitary gland.3,4 In turn, these amino acids also support IGF-1 levels.
L-arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG) is a bioavailable form of L-arginine - the conditionally essential amino acid that your body uses to create nitric oxide (NO). Hence, taking L-arginine before a workout helps dilate and relax blood vessels, encouraging better blood flow and muscular pumps while you train.
In addition, ornithine and arginine are both key molecules in the urea cycle, thereby lowering levels of ammonia and conferring ergogenic effects for athletes and gym-goers alike.5 It’s also suggested that L-lysine can help lower blood pressure, a corollary of increased GABA production.6
As such, supplementing with L-arginine AKG, L-ornithine, and L-lysine makes it easier than ever to maximize NO levels when you hit the gym and boost GH levels for recovery and fat loss.
What Makes HS Labs GH-Amino the Best Growth Hormone Supplement on the Market?
All of HS Labs' supplements are manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility that is cGMP-certified in the EU. This guarantees that users are getting nothing but the purest, safest and highest quality GH supplement on the market, with absolutely no fillers or additives.
As a dietary supplement, dissolve one serving (approximately 5 scoops) of GH-Amino in 100-150 mL of water or juice and consume immediately. Take one serving daily on an empty stomach, preferably prior to exercise or prior to bedtime.
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2. Rommel, C., Bodine, S. C., Clarke, B. A., Rossman, R., Nunez, L., Stitt, T. N., ... & Glass, D. J. (2001). Mediation of IGF-1-induced skeletal myotube hypertrophy by PI (3) K/Akt/mTOR and PI (3) K/Akt/GSK3 pathways. Nature cell biology, 3(11), 1009-1013.
3. Collier, S. R., Casey, D. P., & Kanaley, J. A. (2005). Growth hormone responses to varying doses of oral arginine. Growth Hormone & IGF Research, 15(2), 136-139.
4. Isidori, A., Lo Monaco, A., & Cappa, M. (1981). A study of growth hormone release in man after oral administration of amino acids. Current Medical Research and Opinion, 7(7), 475-481.
5. Demura S, et al. The effect of L-ornithine hydrochloride ingestion on performance during incremental exhaustive ergometer bicycle exercise and ammonia metabolism during and after exercise. Eur J Clin Nutr. (2010)
6. Vuvor, F., Mohammed, H., Ndanu, T., & Harrison, O. (2017). Effect of lysine supplementation on hypertensive men and women in selected peri-urban community in Ghana. BMC Nutrition, 3(1), 67