Category: Hormones & Peptides
Package: 1 vial of 100IU
Substance: Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
Insulin 100IU is a hormone of peptide nature, formed in beta cells of the islets of Langerhans pancreas. Has a multifaceted influence on the exchange in almost all tissues. The main effect of insulin is to reduce the concentration of glucose in the blood. In bodybuilding, insulin is used because of its pronounced anabolic effect. An alternative is oral hypoglycemic agents, such as Diabeton.
Most of the Human Growth Hormone (HGH) depends on the transport of glucose in two types of tissues: muscle tissue and fatty tissue – this is the so-called. insulin-dependent tissues.
The Benefits of Insulin
- Low cost of the course
- Availability – the drug can be freely purchased at the pharmacy
- High quality – fakes are practically excluded, unlike steroids
- Absence of toxicity, low frequency of side effects, almost complete absence of course consequences
- Minor pullback phenomenon
- Pronounced anabolic effect
- Ability to combine with anabolic steroids and other drugs
- Absence of androgenic effect
Effects of Insulin 100IU
Metabolic effects of insulin
- increased absorption of glucose and other substances by cells;
- activation of key glycolysis enzymes;
- an increase in the intensity of glycogen synthesis – insulin boosts the storage of glucose by the cells of the liver and muscles by polymerizing it into glycogen;
- a decrease in the intensity of gluconeogenesis – the formation of glucose in the liver from various substances of non-carbohydrate nature (proteins and fats) is reduced.
Anabolic action of insulin
- enhances the absorption by cells of amino acids (especially leucine and valine);
- strengthens transport in a cell of potassium ions, as well as magnesium and phosphate;
- enhances DNA replication and protein biosynthesis;
- enhances the synthesis of fatty acids and their subsequent esterification – in adipose tissue and in the liver, insulin promotes the conversion of glucose into triglycerides; with insulin deficiency, the reverse happens – the mobilization of fats.
Anticatabolic action of insulin
- suppresses hydrolysis of proteins – reduces protein degradation;
- reduces lipolysis – reduces the flow of fatty acids into the blood.