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On sillä positiivisiakin vaikutuksia. Positiviset vaikutukset on eri vaikutuksia kuin pitkäikäisyys, ja riippuu siitä, mikä henkilön lähtötaso on.

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On sillä positiivisiakin vaikutuksia. Positiviset vaikutukset on eri vaikutuksia kuin pitkäikäisyys, ja riippuu siitä, mikä henkilön lähtötaso on.

 

Charles Poliquin biosignaturemenetelmän mukaan olen sitten jo lähellä kuolemaa, mulla kun on aina luonnostaan olleet pohkeet täysin rasvattomat vaikka muuten olisi kuinka läskissä kunnossa.

 

Shrinking fat with growth hormone

 

Contrary to what its name suggests, growth hormone has a shrinking effect on fat cells (lipolysis). Growth hormone is also a cortisol antagonist and it increases the anti-cortisol activity of testosterone in men and estrogen in women. High growth hormone levels will therefore preferentially burn abdominal fat, followed by fat on the torso and lastly fat on the lower body. [8, 9]

 

In Poliquin’s BioSignature Modulation, the calves and knee are the sites that determine a person’s growth hormone level. This practice was developed in 1981 by a group of doctors from Emory University [13]. They developed a Z-formula based on skinfold thickness measurements that could diagnose growth hormone deficiency with over 90% certainty. But there’s a catch. Two catches actually.

 

First, the fat distribution associated with growth hormone deficiency was exactly as you’d expect if you understood all of the above: the centralized fat storage pattern also associated with high cortisol. The skinfold thickness sites that were higher in individuals with low growth hormone production than in healthy individuals were the abdomen (suprailiac, abdominal low and high), chest (pectoral) and back (subscapular). The knees and calves were only the 4th and 5th best predictors. So, this fat storage pattern could be associated with not just growth hormone deficiency but also high cortisol or, in women, low estrogen or high testosterone. The researchers only made the connection to growth hormone deficiency because this was a study of children with short stature. Height, i.e. shortness, was the number one predictor of low growth hormone production and only the combination of short stature and a centralized fat storage pattern could identify growth hormone deficient children.

 

You know these disclaimers that make you question why the hell they even need to put them up there, like ‘No surfing on the train’ or ‘Unsuitable to dry animals’ on a microwave? The researchers of the above study also put one in there: “the particular formula developed here is not recommended for general use”.

 

And it gets worse. As you’d expect in a centralized fat storage pattern, children with growth hormone deficiency had lower knee and calf skinfold thickness measurements than healthy controls. This is the complete opposite of Poliquin’s BioSignature prediction.

 

 

 

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