Introducing Sarcotropin

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When you woke up and looked in the mirror this morning, were you happy with the person you saw? Or was your reflection just a burn-out shell of your former self? If you couldn’t identify with the person staring back at you, you are not alone. Sleepless nights, an absence of energy and a poor diet all take a toll on our bodies, especially as we’re going through the aging process. Luckily, though, it may be possible to reverse aging and regain a strong, youth-like body through lifestyle changes, exercise and recurring use of Sarcotropin.

The human body naturally loses both muscle and lean body mass with age and can often stem from a condition called sarcopenia. Sarcopenia is defined as age-related loss of muscle mass and strength and commonly affects almost all adults. This aging process can accelerate over time. It is reported that total muscle mass decreases nearly 50% between the ages of 20 and 70, resulting in deteriorating body composition and a loss of strength and endurance. If you don’t use it – you lose it! Weight gain can mask the physical characteristics of muscle loss in young adults, but by age 40 the loss of muscle mass and strength can become so evident – especially in inactive adults – that it can produce unwelcome symptoms such as:

  • Loss of Vitality & Energy
  • Overall Body & Muscle Weakness
  • Decreased Motor Coordination
  • Decreased Muscular Endurance
  • Increased Risk of Disease

These unpleasant symptoms can stem from a multitude of factors including gradual age-related declines in growth hormone (also known as somatotropin) production, sex hormone levels, nervous system activity, and a deficiency in specific amino acids and vitamins stemming from the insufficient consumption of dietary energy sources and protein.

What is Sarcotropin?

Sarcotropin is a medical food, defined by the FDA as “a food which is formulated to be consumed under the supervision of a physician and which is intended for the specific dietary management of a condition for which distinctive nutritional requirements, based on recognized scientific principles, are established by medical evaluation.”* Taken orally, Sarcotropin contains essential ingredients designed to help combat the adverse effects of muscle loss and weight gain and is intended to complement a standard diet and healthy lifestyle.

Benefits of Sarcotropin

The key, active ingredients used in the formulation of Sarcotropin have been proven to increase IGF-1, which is frequently used as a measure of growth hormone and the help reverse the symptoms of sarcopenia, resulting in:

  • Weight Loss
  • Sleep Better
  • More Energy
  • Lower Blood Glucose Levels
  • Increased Lean Body Mass
  • Mental Clarity
  • Enhanced Skin Elasticity

In theory, Sarcotropin also may also have preventive and therapeutic benefits in the management of endocrine, gastroenterological (GI), metabolic and other age-related disorders.

Experience Healthy Aging and Improve Your Quality of Life!

Don’t let another day slip by without determining if Sarcotropin could be of use to you! If you are seeking a treatment plan to sustain health, vitality, and a better quality of life, it’s time to step away from the cookie-cutter medical practice. You deserve dedicated attention from an expert practitioner! Contact a physician within the BodyLogicMD network today and discover the benefits of Sarcotropin in partnership with a custom created, comprehensive treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs.

Sarcotropin is medical food which is taken orally, typically 30 minutes prior to bedtime. Always inform your physician about all medications and supplements that you are taking. Consult with a BodyLogicMD affiliated physician to see if Sarcotropin therapy can help enhance your overall quality of life.

Sarcotropin should not be used while breastfeeding or pregnant. Sarcotropin is also not recommended for people with chronic gastrointestinal distress associated with abdominal pain and/or diarrhea, pancreatitis, active malignancies, or type two diabetes. Results from the use of Sarcotropin will vary by individual. You may not experience the potential benefits described on this website. Sarcotropin should only be used under the guidance and supervision of your physician.

*Section 5(b) of the Orphan Drug Act (21 U.S.C. 360ee (b) (3))