Foods of Stimulate HGH

Foods That Stimulate Human Growth Hormone


While you can take supplements to increase your levels of human growth hormone (HGH), the best way to do this is naturally. This way, as your levels of HGH rise, your testosterone level will rise an equivalent amount.

Even if you choose to take HGH on its own, you can still change your diet to include foods that naturally raise the amount of HGH in your system. Since most are fresh, you will also experience better health in many other ways. Ready to eat? Here’s what you should be adding to your shopping cart to boost HGH levels naturally.

1. Pineapple

PineappleYou might not be in the habit of eating fresh pineapple before you go to bed, but you might want to reconsider your before bedtime snack choices.

Pineapple helps your body release melatonin and serotonin as you sleep. Since those hormones are associated with HGH production, it seems there is more magic in that golden fruit than first meets the eye.

2. Yogurt

Yogurt contains copious amounts of the amino acid, glutamine. Eating just a little bit of this wonder food will boost HGH levels. Try having a couple of spoonfuls after a meal.

3. Eggs

Egg yolks are packed with a power-packed blend of vitamins, micro-nutrients, essential fatty acids, folate, phosphorus… The list goes on and on. The best way to eat them is raw. Be sure to buy from a reputable supplier.

4. Parmesan Cheese

Parmesan CheeseEver feel like you have to go lightly with the Parmesan Cheese to stay healthy when you are dining Italian style?

Well, if you did, then you need to know that one of the health benefits of this hard cheese is that it is packed with growth inducing peptides. Enjoy the added flavor as you boost your HGH levels.

5. Whey Protein

Powered whey protein supplements contain amino acids that promote the growth of healthy muscles. However, some whey products on the market are denatured which won’t do you much good. Stick to the organic brands and you’ll be just fine.

6. Gelatin

Plain old gelatin contains amino acids that release stored HGH in your muscles. Surprising? Mix up a batch and let the stuff do its job.

7. Raw Milk

raw milk.jpgOrganic raw milk from grass fed cows contains growth factors that the pasteurization process takes out of the supermarket variety. In fact, treated milk actually contains additives such as rGBH that might be detrimental to your health.

If you can locate a good supplier, raw milk might be the HGH booster that you have been looking for.

8. Grass Fed Beef

Grass fed beef is a great source for coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine. It is packed with proteins that your  body can use as building blocks. And, best of all, if you buy organic, it won’t be overloaded with high levels of drugs.

9. Fava Beans

Ever wonder why people who eat lots of fava beans look younger than their years? It’s because the beans are loaded with L-Dopa, a precursor molecule that boosts the production of HGH down the line. Serve them up with a smile.

10. Coconut Oil

Coconut OilCoconut oil is high in fat. Don’t let that fact put you off this food.

The fat is one of the good ones. A long chain polyunsaturated wonder oil, it keeps athletes going for longer without the associated health risks of saturated fats.

11. Raw Chocolate

You’d be hard pressed to find another food that contains more tryptophan ounce for ounce than chocolate. This amino acid works wonders in your body when available in sufficient amounts. Try including some in your daily diet.

12. Algae

Perhaps the secret to health in many countries is their habit of eating algae, such as Spirulina or Chlorella. Algae contains growth factors that stimulate production of HGH in a powerful way. When it comes to this super food, a little goes a long way.

13. Watermelon

When you bite into a crispy slice of juicy watermelon, you are consuming more than just a pleasurable food. Watermelon contains elements that stimulate HGH production. First, levels of the amino acids arginine and ornithine rise. Guess what that is followed by? You guessed it: Higher levels of HGH.

14. Nuts

nutsNature’s natural storage system, nuts provide precursor nutrients that you don’t want to miss out on.

With a high percentage of the amino acid arginine, your body is ready to produce what you need. For some people, nuts can be hard on the digestive system, so don’t overdo it.

15. Water

It may seem silly to add water to this list, but if you aren’t well hydrated, your body won’t be able to break down and build what it needs. Drink plenty of water every day to ensure overall good health and increased HGH production levels in particular.