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IGF-1 is a significant key to health and wellness. Your body makes IGF-1. Over time IGF-1 production goes down. Lower levels of IGF-1 result in poor health, inflammation, sluggish immune system, brain fog, fatigue, and decreased muscle mass. Conversely, adding too much IGF-1 can overload the system and also cause disease. Restoring a balanced IGF-1 is the key to feeling better. Siorai Regulator signals your body to regulate IGF-1 at the correct and balanced amount.
1. IFG-1 Has been shown to correlate with greater telomere length
2. Increases glutathione peroxidase (antioxidant preventing cell death)
3. Reviving stagnant collagen synthesis
4. Reducing muscle loss in Aging and disease.
5. Speeds up mental processing
Improves learning and memory
Anti-anxiety and anti-depressant
6. Boosts The Immune System
7. Protects against Heart Disease
8. Prevents the accumulation of amyloid plaque in the brain(Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia)
9. Decreases Inflammation and Autoimmunity
10. Helps Bone Density
11. Improves Blood Sugar Balance
12. Improved gut health
13. Restore fluid balance
The length of telomeres in the DNA has shown to be significant predictors of longevity. IGF-1 has been shown to correlate with greater telomere length in healthy subjects of all ages and older men, in another study.
For instance, in The Framingham Heart Study of 525 people between the ages of 72 and 92, higher levels of IGF-1 were associated with a decreased risk of dying in the next two years.
IGF-1 helps prevent age-related cognitive decline by promoting new cell growth in the brain (in rats); this has sparked further studies on drugs. Siorai has been studying compounds to combat Aging, and these associated frailties, such as lowered muscle strength, slower walking (shuffling), and less mobility associated with lower levels of IGF-1 in the elderly. We have found that critically ill patients tended to have lower IGF-1 levels.
2) Antioxidant Increase
IGF-1 increases glutathione peroxidase protects cells exposed to radiation, by preventing cell death and increasing the antioxidant status. Glutathione peroxidasean is an essential antioxidant enzyme.
Reviving stagnant collagen synthesis can help protect skin against Aging.Insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) is one of the most potent stimulators of collagen biosynthesis. The research leads us to believe that it helps prevent skin aging.
(SIDE NOTE) IGF-1 and growth hormone have been shown to inhibit urea synthesis, which may cause lower blood urea nitrogen. Growth Hormone-deficient children given human growth hormone result in lower urea nitrogen, and this is due to decreased urea synthesis. Advanced liver cirrhosis correlates with low IGF-1 in adults.
4)Reduces Muscle Wasting (Creates Bigger Muscles)
IGF-1 is important for building muscle, and for reducing muscle loss in Aging and disease.
5) Speeds up mental processing
IGF-1 improves learning and memory in animal models.
It works as an anti-anxiety and anti-depressant in mouse studies.
Lower levels of IGF-1 are associated with depression in aged mice.
It speeds up mental processing in a study of 25 older men.
6) Boosts The Immune System
IGF-1 can help increase natural killer cell activity.
IGF-I drives B-cells to multiply.
7) Protects against Heart Disease
IGF-1 has shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects on blood vessels, stabilizing existing plaque and reducing additional plaque accumulation.
Cardiovascular disease (coronary artery disease, fatal ischemic heart disease, ischemic stroke, congestive heart failure, as well as slower recovery after a heart attack) is associated with reduced IGF-1.
Lower IGF-1 levels were associated with a higher risk of stroke in a study of a Chinese population.
8) Prevents the accumulation of amyloid plaque in the brain(Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia)
People with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia have been shown to have lower IGF-1 levels, and IGF-1 resistance accompanies insulin resistance in the brain in Alzheimer’s Disease. IGF-1 increases BDNF in the brain, mimicking the effects of exercise.
IGF-1 helps motor neuron diseases like ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). ALS is associated with lower IGF-1. IGF-1 in a rat model of Alzheimer’s disease has been shown to prevents the accumulation of amyloid plaque in the brain.
9) Decreases Inflammation and Autoimmunity
In correlation with IGF-1 levels that are low, inflammation tends to be high.
Patients with chronic inflammatory diseases, such as Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus, tend to have lower levels of circulating IGF-1.
IGF-1 helps combat autoimmunity by increasing T Regulatory Cells. IGF-1 also decreases MHCI gene expression.
10) Helps Bone Density
Higher IGF-1 levels are associated with higher bone mineral density in older women.
We know that IGF-1 is a direct promoter of bone growth.
However, IGF-1’s muscle-building (anabolic) effect may also promote bone density since increasing muscle mass, in turn, requires greater bone strength.
11) Improves Blood Sugar Balance
Lower IGF-1 is associated with Metabolic syndrome.
IGF-1 infusions helped lower blood sugar, improve insulin sensitivity, and lower triglycerides in a study of Diabetes Type 2 patients.
People who are obese are more likely to have lower free IGF-1.
In hepatitis C, people have lower IGF-1, and they are more likely to be insulin resistant. It’s thought that these might be connected.
12) Helps Your Gut
In animal models of colitis, burns, and jaundice, treatment with IGF-1 improved gut health. It stimulated mucosal DNA and protein content and drastically reduced the incidence of bacterial translocation.
In animal models of small bowel transplantation, IGF-I improved the mucosal structure and absorptive function and reduced bacterial translocation.
Infants with gut permeability showed faster healing times when given IGF-1.
13) Helps With Electrolyte Balance
IGF-1 has been shown to help restore fluid balance in the rats and in humans.
Note: Please see science page for studies and references.