While human growth hormone (HGH) exerts its multiple benefits in our bodies in a variety of ways, one of the great beneficial effects of sufficient levels of human growth hormone is increased body metabolism. You should remember that an increased metabolism means increased fat loss.

How come HGH has a role in weight loss?
You must know that human growth hormone actually works by increasing the amount of IGF-1 (insulin like growth factor, a hormone with growth effects in children and anabolic effects in adults) that a person’s liver excretes.
IGF-1 prevents insulin from transporting glucose to cells. Normally, after you eat, your pancreas releases the amount of insulin necessary to transform carbohydrates into glucose. Your body then stores this glucose in fat cells and uses it for energy. HGH induced IGF-1 prevents insulin from storing this glucose in cells, therefore forcing your body to burn fat for energy.
Normally, a person’s body uses all of their glucose for energy before seeking that energy from their fat reserves. Human growth hormone forces your body to seek energy from the fat reserves first. This results in significant weight loss.
Because human growth hormone forces your body to burn fat for energy, it means that you will lose weight even in your inactive periods. Energy is required for all aspects of living. Therefore, HGH can force your body to burn fat while you are sleeping. Likewise, it allows you to eat large amounts of food without gaining excess unwanted weight. In other words, HGH can partially replace the need to diet.

Studies showing the weight loss effect of HGH
In a recent study, published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, researchers looked at the effects of giving obese people low doses of growth hormone in an attempt to help them selectively lose fat while retaining lean muscle tissue.
The study consisted of 59 obese men and women, whose average BMI was 37 (BMI is a measure of weight for height). The participants gave themselves nighttime injections containing 200 µg of growth hormone or a placebo for one month. For the next five months, the dosage of growth hormone was increased to 400 µg per day in men and 600 µg in women. Researchers say the increase was necessary because prior studies show resistance to the drug can develop over time, especially among women. Both groups were prescribed a diet and were instructed on lifestyle modification and exercise.
Among the 39 people who completed the 6-month treatment and follow up, the study showed that those who used growth hormone lost an average of about 5 pounds and kept it off for up to nine months. Researchers say the weight loss was entirely caused by a loss of body fat.
The study also showed that growth hormone improved cholesterol profiles, increasing the level of “good” HDL cholesterol by 19%. There was no significant change in fasting glucose levels or insulin resistance, which indicates diabetes risk.
In another study published in August 2001 issue of  the International Journal of Obesity, it was found that a low dose of the human growth hormone in combination with a restricted diet decreased insulin resistance while increasing muscle mass in obese type 2 diabetic patients. At the conclusion of the study, the researchers concluded the human growth hormone can aid in weight loss.
Therefore, there is enough evidence that clearly shows that HGH (if present in sufficient levels) in your body can help you lose weight in addition to its key benefits such as muscle building, anti-aging and immune system strengthening. HGH Advanced in a natural (herbal) “growth hormone stimulator” that activates your pituitary gland to normalize the rapidly declining levels of HGH due to aging. With no reported side effects and economical cost, HGH Advanced can be your best choice to naturally achieve and maintain the proper levels of HGH for the long term.