HGH has a strong relationship with the pancreas. Tests show that those with high blood sugar had reduced growth hormone levels. When serum glucose levels rise, the body releases a natural human growth hormone suppressant called somatostatin, along with insulin. Decreasing intake of refined carbohydrates and sugars reduces the release of insulin in the blood, naturally increasing growth hormone levels.
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