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MGF is a spliced variant of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1). This hormone is mainly responsible for healing and building damaged muscle tissue after exercise or any other activity. Although a bit simple, the best way to view MGF is as a by-product of IGF-1, especially IGF-1Ec, which stands for IGF- 1 The main link in the two splicing systems created
IGF-1 is a hormone composed of 70 amino acids and is structurally similar to insulin. Produced by the liver, IGF-1 production is stimulated by the production and release of growth hormone (GH) in the body. IGF-1 affects almost every cell in the human body, mainly related to cell repair. When muscle tissue is damaged, this produces a response in the body, causing IGF-1 to be spliced into two variants, IGF-1Ec and IGF-1Ea, the former being MGF.
The splicing of MGF activates cells and causes the growth of new muscle fibers in the body. In addition, the presence of MGF increases the body's protein synthesis rate. This will cause the body to increase muscle size, and more importantly, repair existing damaged muscles. Recovery factors related to MGF are undoubtedly the most important and beneficial aspect of hormones.
Although the functionality of MGF may seem a bit confusing at first glance, when you look at it step by step, the process itself is quite simple:
The influence of MGF can be summarized in two words: increase and recovery. The release of MGF into the body is beneficial to any athlete or fitness enthusiast, regardless of muscle gain or fat loss or any other stage, but in the case of performance enhancement, the idea is to create a greater release of MGF than natural. The most common way is through the use of human growth hormone (HGH). HGH carries many performance benefits, including increasing IGF-1 levels, which in turn increases MGF. However, MGF can also be directly supplemented through synthetic products.
The data shows that MGF (injection) directly increases, increasing muscle fibers by 25% in just three weeks, of which it takes more than 4 months to naturally occur to produce 15% in rodents.
MGF is highly anabolic. However, because the product has a half-life of several minutes and must be used immediately after training, it may be difficult for some people to use it. In order to get the benefits of injectable MGF, it must be done within a few minutes after training to seize the opening time. If this person wants to train, drive home, and then inject, he will waste the opportunity.
For many MGF users, the more appropriate choice may be PEG-MGF. PEG-MGF is active in the body for a few hours, while standard MGF is only active for a few minutes. In addition, MGF will only remain active in the injection area for a period of time. If you want to train the biceps, in order to get the best results, you need to inject the biceps immediately after training. With PEG-MGF, one injection and active time will allow it to take fuller effect.