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The Breast Growth Hormones, including IGF, HGF and how macromastia happens
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Hello guys!

So I've been doing lot of research about hormones this summer but I cannot find any natural way to increase Hepatocyte Growth Factor. Any idea??
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IGF1 supplements are not so easy to find, but there are a lot of on-line supplies for body building with HGH. 
I don’t think that using HGH/IGF/ hepatocyte growth factor is a good thing. Maybe it’s great for NBE, but it’s great for cancer and cardiovascular diseases too. 
If u want HGH use proteins, exercise, sleep. 
Remember, when your HGH is increased, it increases testosterone, which is the first NBE enemy. So, when you increase your HGH you need more E and P to act against testosterone.
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(23-08-2018, 09:56 AM)Cely Wrote: IGF1 supplements are not so easy to find, but there are a lot of on-line supplies for body building with HGH. 
I don’t think that using HGH/IGF/ hepatocyte growth factor is a good thing. Maybe it’s great for NBE, but it’s great for cancer and cardiovascular diseases too. 
If u want HGH use proteins, exercise, sleep. 
Remember, when your HGH is increased, it increases testosterone, which is the first NBE enemy. So, when you increase your HGH you need more E and P to act against testosterone.


That's why I am not interested in increasing HGH but IGF-1! IGF-1 seems to be possible if you take 2-3 things at the same time and have a good nutrition (blueberries, plums, etc)
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(20-08-2018, 03:02 PM)sweetorange Wrote: Hello guys!

So I've been doing lot of research about hormones this summer but I cannot find any natural way to increase Hepatocyte Growth Factor. Any idea??

As far as I can tell you can't.  Not directly anyway.  HGF is a local hormone that causes cell replication in general.  You trigger it with other hormones such as the usually NBE ones.  Even if you could increase it in your whole body, it would make all your organs and tissues much larger.  For some reason the cells of those with macromastia respond more to estrogen and progesterone and produce far more HGF.  So we're right back to where we started: Those with macromastia are more sensitive to estrogen and progesterone and we don't know why.  Short of taking their breast epidermal cells and putting them on your own I don't know how to copy it.
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