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L-Arginine bad for those under 23?

L-Arginine bad for those under 23?

Ive read a few source on the net where it states that guys under 23 shouldnt take l-arginine because there bone development may not be complete and if l-arginine is taken, it might result in enlarged bones such as the skull and hands ect. Has anyone heard about this before? I really want to get on this stuff, but i dont want to end up like a neanderthal either

Come on acromeglia is a beautiful thing. ;) Seriously, I think you will be fine unless you imhest massive amounts of the supplement. Even then it doesn’t have the stregth of injectable and refridgeratable grade HGH.


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Acromegaly: when normal growth is complete the ends of the long bones fuse, and the person has reached their final height. If the pituitary starts to produce growth hormone again, the person will experience some upwards growth but, due to the fusion of the long bones, many bones, such as the lower jaw, will grow outwards. This leads to a characteristic appearance of the lower jaw and lips, thickening of the fingers and feet, and enlargement of cartilage structures, such as the nose and adams apple, the latter resulting in a deeper than normal voice.

The condition is not hereditary, i.e. is not passed on from parent to child via the genetic material, however, some people believe that a set of conditions, or family tendencies, can be passed on, which may make the child more likely than normal to develop the condition. In one case, a man reported that several members of his family have had several pituitary related problems: - diabetes and cryptorchidism (undescended testes), for instance.

A person with the condition will take on a certain appearance, with large hands and feet, larger facial features, jaw, and cheekbones, and of course excessive height, if affected at or before puberty.

The stature and weight attained due to gigantism can cause a reduction in mobility, and make movement awkward and slow. It can be important to maintain some form of exercise programme, to counteract this.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

I’m 22 and Ive been using Arginine with good results. The “Neanderthal look” is caused be supplementing with HGH for a long period of time. Another effect of HGH is a bigger and distended midsection. You can look at pictures of Dorian Yates or Ronnie Coleman to see the effects. These professional bodybuilders looked different in the beginning stages of their careers. Even now they don’t look too bad and these guys use the stuff hardcore. I know that the amino acid L-glutamine (and even more so glutamine peptides) can increase the levels of HGH if you take it before bedtime. I take 5 grams of the peptides each night and I can say firsthand that it gives me a deeper and more restful sleep. I have never heard of Arginine affecting HGH levels. So basically, don’t worry! Don’t worry until you start using some illegal supplements. Arginine is an amino acid found in basically ever kind of protein you eat.


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