NATURE'S YOUTH RSF
The various nutrients and amino acids contained in Nature’s Youth RSF have been shown in clinical studies to enhance natural HGH levels that decline as we age.
Somatotrophin Mediating Factors (Amino Acids): Nature’s Youth RSF contains the amino acids (L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, L-Lysine, Gamma Amino Butyric Acid, Glycine) found in studies to be effective at releasing growth hormone in the body.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a natural life sustaining protein that circulates throughout your body, keeping your cells young and vibrant. Unfortunately, as you age, your body secretes less of this hormone. The decline of Growth Hormone with age is associated with many of the unpopular symptoms of aging.
- Enhanced HGH levels in the body can contribute to:
- Increased muscle tone
- A Decrease in body fat
- Increased energy, endurance and stamina
- Restored hair color and thicker, healthier hair
- Elevated mood
- Reduced appearance of wrinkles & tighter skin tone
- Improved & deeper sleep
- Improved sex drive in both men and women
- Improved cholesterol profile
- Improved vision
- Improvement in memory & mental clarity Help Your Body Turn Back the Clock!
Now is the time to take a stand against aging. Eat right and control portion sizes. Maintain a commitment to a regular fitness plan. Get plenty of rest. Take an excellent multivitamin. Give your body the edge it needs make Nature’s Youth RSF a part of your daily routine.
Amino Acids, why are they so important?
The Nature’s Youth rejuvenation support formula is calibrated to provide exact quantities of several key amino acids.
L-Arginine – An “essential” amino acid available only from foods and supplements. University research indicates that it helps improve exercise efficiency, and may aid in fat burning, and in the promotion of healing.
L-Lysine – Helps L-Arginine work better, and contributes to the production of antibodies, hormones, and enzymes.
Glutamine – Used by our bodies extensively during times of stress. A key to our metabolism and the maintenance of muscle.
L-Glycine – Increases energy output during exercise, and helps the pituitary gland secrete essential hormones.
L-Tyrosine – Contributes to mood, mental function, and sex drive, and to the production of substances that regulate growth, metabolism, and skin health.
GABA – Helps the body decrease fat and increase lean muscle mass.
L-Pyroglutamate – Occurs naturally in vegetables, fruits, and other foods. Preliminary tests indicate it may affect long-term memory and attention span.