Is Trans d Tropin a Scam?

Trans d User Investigates – Is Trans D Tropin a Scam?

Nowadays every time we purchase a product the question in our mind is could this be a scam? Am, I making the right decision?

In the case of Trans d Tropin – with me happened in a different way. I first met and watched a presentation delivered by Dr. Buttar, the creator of Trans d, on a Vancouver event that had nothing to do with Health and Wellness but he was invited to speak.

He was simply fascinating and his speech was more centered around the number of atoms we have in our body and how important is for us to understand the power of our own body and how many toxic substances we take in through different sources on a daily basis including the highly toxic ( containing mercury) vaccines.

I had to dig deep and research on the net until I finally made a connection between Dr. Buttar and Trans d Tropin. I discovered that this lotion he developed is made up of amino acids.

Long story short I wanted to experience this “miracle” product some call the “fountain of youth” I made a purchase and now after 5 months of use I can tell you for sure that Trans d Tropin is NOT a scam. I was at first concerned that a product which sells for $195 for a month supply, was a bit watery but then, once I saw the results, good sleep with many colourful dreams, increase in energy and libido, overall well being and a release of stress made me a believer.

I am buying it for 6 months straight and have improved many of my body and mind functions. I was supposed to see the Doctor 5 months ago because of an incident when I called 911 and was short of breath, they never told me want was wrong since I have no heart problems but no need to go see my physician anymore since I feel GREAT.

The anti aging effect of Trans D Tropin cannot tell much because though I feel younger and many tell me so it may have been there before I started on trans D so no sense to lie about it.

BUT for whatever it is worth you should at least give trans d tropin a try.

review by Grace Charlett

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Growth Hormone, IGF-1 and cancer

Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) opposed to exogenous GH     How did they get this so wrong ?

Rashid A Buttar D.O.
Visiting Scientist, North Carolina State University
As published in “Anti-Aging Medical Therapies, Volume 5”

The benefits of growth hormone (GH, also known as human growth hormone or hGH) have received increasing attention from not only the media but the medical profession as well, as a result  of studies indicating GH may have the ability to restore a more youthful physiology and enhance the quality of life. However, there is controversy centered on the possibility that maintaining youthful GH levels may actually be harmful in the long run and may result in shortening life span by inducing cancer.

The first foundational objective essential to gaining an insight into these issues is to clearly understand the hypothalamic-pituitary axis. More often than not, we forget the physiological safety mechanisms designed within our systems to protect us. In this case, we refer to the negative inhibitory feedback loop designed to decrease or stop the release of endogenous GH when levels exceed the physiological range. This inhibitory feed back loop plays a significant role in the hypothalamic-pituitary axis and realizing its significance is vital to understanding the advantages of using growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) to increase endogenous GH as opposed to using exogenous GH.

This will lead to the discussion of why assessing increases in insulin-like growth factor type1 (IGF-1) as a marker of GH efficacy may not only be unreliable, but a compelling argument will be presented that the practice may be nothing more than the perpetuation of a medical myth. In fact, conclusive data from multiple sources showing that increases in IGF-1 are conducive to the propagation of oncogenesis will be presented and then supported by general physiological concepts, scientific observation and published research.

Finally, the inter-relationship of GH, GHRH, and IGF-1, as well as how each individual component correlates with incidence of cancer, will be thoroughly explained.

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