HGH Fragment 176-191

HGH Frag 176-191 is a fragment of the HGH peptide.  Scientists found that if they truncated the peptide at the C terminal region they could isolate the fat loss attributes associated with HGH.  Taking this fragment from HGH, including the peptide bonds from 176-191, they found they had developed a peptide that regulated fat loss 12.5 times better than regular HGH.

HGH Fragmen 176-191

Fig 1. HGH Fragment 176-191 Chemical Structure

Table of Contents

Introduction


There is no question as to why bodybuilders of the modern era utilize human growth hormone.  Its ability to regulate fat loss, pack on size and increase IGF-1 levels is just a few of the many attributes that many seek.  HGH Frag 171-191 was developed so that bodybuilders and athletes not looking for the growth properties from HGH could still reap all the results of its amazing fat loss properties.

HGH FRAG in Action


As a part of a peptide regiment, bodybuilders should seriously consider adding HGH Frag into their protocols.  It has an incredibly ability to regulate fat metabolism without the adverse side effects on insulin sensitivity.  By isolating the tail end of the GH molecule, scientist have found that HGH Frag 176-191 works even better than HGH to stimulate lipolysis (breaking down of fat).  In fact, it actually inhibits lipogenesis; meaning, it stops formation of fatty acids and other lipids.  Also, unlike other fat burning compounds out there, users will not experience hunger suppressing qualities or the jittery feelings that can be associated with ephedrine like compounds (think clenbuterol).  Since it does not compete for HGH receptors, multiple studies have shown that HGH Frag 176-191 will not cause hyperglycemia.  In addition, it will promote lean body mass, protein synthesis, increase bone mineral density, and better sleep.

Dosage and Usage


HGH Frag is like all of the other peptides we have covered and come as a delicate lyophilized powder that should be kept out of the light and in a cool dry place. Reconstitution is done with bacteriostatic water or sodium chloride meant for injection. In order to reap the benefits of HGH Frag, users will need to dose around 500mcgs per day.  This can be done by dosing 250mcgs in the morning pre-workout, and 250mcgs before lunch or 250mcgs before bed.  Users will also want to take note of the timing of injections and their diet at that time.  It is optimal to inject HGH Frag 176-191 on an empty stomach or with just protein in the stomach.  Like other peptides, HGH Frag has been noted to not work as effectively in the presence of carbohydrates and sugars.

Side Effects


The side effects most commonly associated with HGH Frag 176-191 are few but can include: redness or soreness at the site of injection, and excessive sleepiness or lethargic feeling.  Other than that, the positive side effects are many. HGH Frag 176-191 destroys fat, promotes lean body mass, does not affect glucose levels, helps to strengthen bones, can improve sleep patterns for many and helps protein synthesis.

Conclusion


For the cost and the ability to totally break down fat, HGH Fragment is an amazing tool to use along with your favorite GHRH and GHRP peptide protocol. The added benefits, without any of the nasty unwanted side effects associated with exogenous growth hormone, make HGH Frag 176-191 extremely attractive. No more worrying about thyroid issues, glucose sensitivity, tingling, or carpal tunnel problems. Just the ability lean out and increase vascularity while still being able to slab on lean body muscle.

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3 Responses to “HGH Fragment 176-191”

  1. reaper says:

    Conducive to use with D-Bol…?

  2. huntertp85 says:

    hi there! hey Albert can u specify couple of thinks with this fragment; i take hgh(kigtropin), so if i’ll be taking frag, it should be alright right?{i know stupid Q but making sure}

    but what i really like know its that if no carbs snouldnt be taken when u administer it, then how much time it should pass before or after injection?

    thanks!

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