Human Growth Hormone is a polypeptide hormone produced by the pituitary gland. This hormone is very important for the proper function and development of brain, genitals and other part of human body. Human growth hormone is responsible for the processes of metabolism, sexual and brain function, growth of the muscle tissue and others.

The human growth hormone is partially responsible for the prevention of weight gain. It protects cells from triglyceride which can provoke fat storage by the body cells. Human Growth Hormone assists the utilization of fat by stimulating triglyceride hydrolysis. It is called “growth’ hormone due to the issue of IGF-1 (Growth Factor 1). Growth hormones are known for the enhancing the muscle, tissue and bone growth by stimulating particular cells. It is a complicated process involving the protein synthesis and distribution of amino acids.