Based on a specific amino acid combination
With added zinc, magnesium, and vitamins B
Gluten and lactose-free
Max out your potential in a natural way!
Growth hormone (GH in short) is a protein consisting of 191 amino acids that are produced in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland. It typically contributes to body growth during adolescence. During sleep – more precisely deep sleep – the hypothalamus regulates the secretion of the produced GH, which can be considered a “positive” hormone due to its protein synthesis-stimulating and fat storage reduction effect.
Testosterone is the most important male hormone.
In males, testosterone is produced in the testes, while in women it is the ovaries and the adrenal gland that produce a minimal amount of testosterone. The main function of testosterone is to maintain/facilitate sexual performance as it is known, but it is also essential in building muscle mass and contributing to healthy body composition. It plays an important role in men’s mood and it increases your energy levels. However, over time the body produces less and less testosterone, so it is recommended to enhance its production by natural means: through exercise, a healthy diet, and taking dietary supplements.
TST + GH contains D-aspartic acid (DAA), Arginine-Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AAKG), L-glutamine, L-carnitine, L-tartrate, L-ornithine hydrochloride, and L-lysine, but the product is complete with added vitamin B5 and B6, magnesium, and zinc. Glutamine plays an important role in amino acid metabolism. It works as an energy resource and also as a protein-building amino acid. Nearly 2/3 of the muscle tissue is composed of amino acids, therefore glutamine is a popular dietary supplement among athletes. Vitamin B6 contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity. Zinc helps to maintain normal testosterone levels in the blood. Vitamin B5 contributes to the synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, Vitamin D, and certain neurotransmitters as well as to the reduction of fatigue and exhaustion.
We recommend TST + GH if you
want to achieve an adequate body composition
want to grow your lean muscle mass
above 40 years of age
are lactose intolerant
are sensitive to gluten
Why do we need amino acids?
Amino acids can be found everywhere in the human body, they are the components of protein, which is a basic human nutrient. The human body is capable of producing some amino acids (these are called non-essential amino acids), while the intake of some amino acids (essential amino acids) must be ensured through our food. 20 different amino acids play a role in the development of protein structures. Amino acids are essential to the functioning of all body functions such as digestion, the functioning of the liver, or wound healing. Amino acids maintain healthy skin, ligaments, muscles, and tendons, as well as healthy internal organs, glands, hai