Blue Star GH Peak: Boost Muscle Gains Overnight!

Blue Star GH Peak

Blue Star Nutraceuticals recently released GH Peak which looks to support muscle growth by increasing growth hormone release during sleep.

Anytime Blue Star Nutraceuticals comes out with a brand new product our curiosity is always peaked, because when it comes to their products, they flat out deliver. Case in point is their upgraded Blue Star BLADE fat burner, which CJ has been raving about thanks to its aggressive yohimbine dose.

Blue Star’s latest product helps you build muscle during the most important time of the day, the precious hours you sleep at night.

While we sleep the cascade of anabolic (i.e. muscle-building) hormones released is at an all time high. In addition to testosterone, another very important hormone is growth hormone, a.k.a. GH. The benefits of which cannot be understated. Specifically, growth hormone:

  • Strengthens bones
  • Increases muscle mass
  • Promotes fat loss

However, GH production is affected by a number of things: age, hours of sleep, cortisol levels, etc. If one or more of these things are out of sync, your GH production is severely stunted, meaning your gains and recovery will be that much worse.

GH Peak looks to tip the scale in your favor by helping your body not only retain higher GH plasma levels, but also put your body in a more beneficial sleep state for optimal GH production.

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GH Peak Ingredients

As we’ve seen lately with Blue Star’s newest releases, GH Peak also discloses all of the active ingredients. GH Peak contains an open label of several proven ingredients that help lower stress, improve sleep quality, reduce cortisol so you can produce greater levels of growth hormone naturally.

  • Arginine Pyroglutamate & L-Lysine (1200mg each)

    Blue Star GH Peak Ingredients

    GH Peak contains an open label of several proven ingredients that help lower stress, improve sleep quality, reduce cortisol so you can produce greater levels of growth hormone naturally.

    We’ve combined the first two ingredient together for a very specific reason. L-Arginine Pyroglutamate is formed by combining the amino acids L-Arginine and Pyroglutamate. L-Lysine is an essential amino acid that plays a critical role in the body’s production of carnitine, which supports the conversion of fatty acids to energy and lowers cholesterol levels.

    When taken on its own, Arginine Pyroglutamate has been shown to increase sleep-induced GH release when taken prior to sleep.[1] However, when the two are combined, they really shine.

    One Italian study found that pairing Arginine Pyroglutamate and L-Lysine produced a synergistic effect that increased secretion of insulin and somatostatin which promoted growth hormone secretion.[2]

    Here’s the kicker, when either amino acid was taken alone, there were no significant increases in GH secretion! The takeaway here is that, yes, some research demonstrates Arginine supplementation may be useful, pairing it with Lysine ensures you are maximizing GH production to accelerate recovery and muscle growth.

  • Valerian Root (300mg)

    Officially named valeriana officinalis, Valerian root is a plant that is eaten or more traditionally brewed in tea to relax and sedate. Research has shown that valerian not only helps you fall asleep, but also improves your sleep quality.[3,4]

    It’s believed that valerian acts on the GABA receptors in the brain, the body’s primary inhibitory neurotransmitter, thus inducing a state of calmness and relaxation that ultimately speeds you on your way to a productive night’s sleep.

  • Sensoril® Ashwagandha (120mg)

    Arginine Lysine Graph

    An Italian study found that the combination of Arginine Pyroglutamate and Lysine increase GH levels significantly more than taking either alone.

    Here’s one ingredient that we absolutely love, Ashwagandha. Although there are many standardizations, some good, some not, Blue Star uses the patented, high quality Sensoril®  extract that’s standardized for 8% Withanolides.

    In terms of effects, Ashwagandha is best known as a powerful adaptogen that helps the body deal with various physical, emotional, and psychological stressors. Furthermore, this incredibly popular patented form of Ashwagandha extract helps mitigate feelings of anxiety and stress.[5]

    Stress comes from elevated cortisol levels. Remember, cortisol is incredibly catabolic and having chronically elevated levels can put a serious dent in production of muscle building hormones, thus inhibiting anabolism. So, to maximize GH production, you’ll want to limit the amount of stress in your life.

    As an added bonus, ashwagandha boosts serum levels of Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Testosterone, while decreasing levels of Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), which has been shown to improve semen quality in men.[6]

  • 5-HTP (100mg)

    5-HTP, also known as 5-hydroxytryptophan, is a precursor to serotonin most commonly used to provide a feeling of euphoria. Having sufficient levels of serotonin leads to the production of melatonin, and since 5-HTP is needed to produce serotonin, it only makes sense that supplementing with 5-HTP ultimately helps improve melatonin levels, leading to better circadian rhythms.

    Additionally, 5-HTP is also taken around bedtime to help induce sleep and provide a restful night. Taken alone, the research hasn’t been very conclusive on the positive benefits of 5-HTP. However, when taken with valerian, as we have here, it’s been noted to improve sleep quality, shorten the time to fall asleep and reduce stress.[7,8]

  • Melatonin (5mg)

    Just like our testosterone levels and metabolism go down as we age, so does our natural production of growth hormone.

    Just like our testosterone levels and metabolism go down as we age, so does our natural production of growth hormone.

    Building off our previous bullet point, melatonin is a hormone secreted by that brain that helps induce and regulate sleep, a.k.a. the circadian rhythm. Typically, doses administered for improving sleep quality vary between 500mcg to 5mg. We’ve even seen some products go as high as 20mg!

    However, more melatonin does not always equate to longer or better quality of sleep. One comparing a 500mcg dose of melatonin to a 20mg dose observed that the 500mcg dose was more effective in regulating the sleep cycle of the participants.[9]

    In all honesty, melatonin dosing for sleep is a personal thing – some people like a lot, some people just a little. But for GH levels, when compared to a 500mcg dose, a 5mg dose of melatonin has been shown to increase Growth Hormone levels 60 minutes post ingestion.[10]

  • XD Delivery Technology (61mg)

    As we’ve come to see with all of Blue Star’s capsule based products, GH Peak also contains the patented XD Delivery (Extreme Delivery)Technology that includes Fumarate, BioPerine®, AstraGin™, Sodium Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Succinate.

    The most notable of these is AstraGin™, which is a trademarked blend of Astragalus and Panax Notoginseng. This novel ingredient has been shown through research to improve absorption and bioavailability of ingredients as well as boost ATP production.[11]

Dosing

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Our greatest release of anabolic hormones comes at night, while we sleep. If you’re short changing your sleep, you’re severely hindering your gains.

Take 4 capsules of GH Peak before bed, with or without food.

Takeaway

Our hormone production declines as we age, that’s just a sad fact of life that we can’t really change. But, there are other factors that negatively impact hormone production that we can control (i.e. sleep, stress, anxiety).

GH Peak is perfectly formulated to help improve your sleep and reduce levels of stress and anxiety. While you may not be able to turn back the hands of time, you can make the most of the time you do have and GH Peak does just that.

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References

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  2. Isidori A, et al;. A study of growth hormone release in man after oral administration of amino acids. Curr Med Res Opin. 1981;7(7):475-81.
  3. Barton, Debra L. et al. “The Use of Valeriana Officinalis (Valerian) in Improving Sleep in Patients Who Are Undergoing Treatment for Cancer: A Phase III Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind Study: NCCTG Trial, N01C5.” The journal of supportive oncology 9.1 (2011): 24–31; Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3052692/
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  6. Ahmad, V., Abbasi, M., Zubair, M., Fatima, N., Farooq, U. and Choudhary, M. Iqbal. (2004),Phosphodiesterase-Inhibiting Glycosides from Symplocos racemosa. HCA, 87: 67–72. doi: 10.1002/hlca.200490018
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  8. Emanuele E, et al; An open-label trial of L-5-hydroxytryptophan in subjects with romantic stress . Neuro Endocrinol Lett. (2010)
  9. Low, but not high, doses of melatonin entrained a free-running blind person with a long circadian period
  10. Forsling ML, Wheeler MJ, Williams AJ; The effect of melatonin administration on pituitary hormone secretion in man . Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). (1999)
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