Sylvester Stallone and HGH

Sylvester stallone has been in the news this week as at the age of 61 he is starring in a new Rambo movie and again talking about the benefits of taking human growth hormone.

As you may or may not know human growth hormone, also known as HGH is a supplement that raises your testosterone level and  is also suspected of creating side effects like cancer and lower natural testosterone output.

Sylvester Stallone has spoken out in defence of human growth hormone, saying it has increased his quality of life, and everyone over 40 should use it and says it “increases your quality of life”.

The 61-year-old action star – who was convicted in May 2007 for importing human growth hormone product Jintropin into Australia – insists the substance is “not a steroid”, and claims “everyone over 40″ should try it.

He told Time magazine: “Human growth hormone helped me to get up to 209lbs for the new Rambo movie, which is 40lbs heavier than I was for the last one 20 years ago.

“Human growth hormone is nothing. Anyone who calls it a steroid is grossly misinformed. Testosterone to me is important for a sense of well-being when you get older. Everyone over 40 years old would be wise to investigate it because it increases your quality of life.

“Mark my words, in 10 years it will be available over the counter.”

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Comments

    • bibi says

      Is not he just amazing,and I never believe any crap that he has had any plastic surgery,I really doubt SLY would be risk it,when he has part of his nerves paralysed,I am not going explain it

      • Matt c says

        Sly wouldn;t risk getting plastic surgey to help his appearance. perfectly said bibi. Sly is a huge hero of mine and knowing him from interviews and such, He cannot stand being in a doctor’s office. Although he is always there for injuries from making his movies. I believe that steroids and HGH are perfectly fine taking. It’s a personal choice and if you do it correctly, you’ll not have any side effects that do not go away after the cycle. The news filling audiences mind with bs about the performance enhancing drugs need to do their jobs and do some research about it before they go a tell millions of people the complete opposite fact. Like I said it’s his personal choice, it shouldn’t matter what people think. Plus he’s old, he lived most of his life, who cares how he wants to finish it. personally, I think he’ll become the longest loving person because he is so healthy!!

  1. Justin says

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  2. says

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  3. says

    After seeing the latest Rambo movie I can definitely see a change in the appearance of of Sylvestor Stallone. Obviously he has aged, while at the same time prolonging his youth, but I just couldn’t get over how almost deformed his his face/jaw look. Maybe it is just me but I found his enlarged bone structure very obvious. Being around bodybuilding maybe you pick up on that more, with all the bodybuilders that have the protruded jaws and hgh bellies.

    Like was said above not much research has been done on long term HGH use and we will see what the effects are.

    • bb says

      LOL It is called aging,when you will be old your face changing,and HGH doesnt change your bone structure in high age,just when you are in evolution what is until 25 your age

  4. Jarod S says

    Josh is correct. Testosterone and HGH are two different forms of hormones. Testosterone is produced by your balls, HGH is produced by your pituitary gland. While it can produce similar results, HGH does not affect your testosterone levels. That is why it has taken so long to develope reliable blood-testing methods to detect HGH-use in sports. As far as negative side-effects, there’s really not a whole lot of conclusive research data on effects of long-term use of HGH. Anabolic steroids have normally gotten all the attention and research—until baseball players started hitting 70 home runs a year. Since there is a lot of widespread use of prescription-HGH among celebrities in the entertainment industry, only time will tell what the most common effects are.

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