MGF uses and benefits

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MGF stands for mechano growth factor, previously termed IGF-IEb mRNA. It’s a peptide naturally secreted in response to muscle injury and resistance training. It’s an analog of human insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), so it acts on the same receptors and has similar muscle growth stimulating effects. MGF can encourage the repair and growth of wasted tissues.

MGF side effects

MGF has few if any side effects such as redness or itching at site of injection and low blood sugar which should be accounted for during trial. There are no known health risks associated with MGF injections, especially when compared to traditional hormone-based metabolic, strengthening and growth treatments when compared side by side in animal studies.

MGF dosage

The recommended dosage for MGF is 200-300 mcg two to three times weekly, intramuscularly per injection at animal trial. Injection should be given on an empty stomach, thirty to sixty minutes before feed. Dosage should be continued for up to eight weeks, depending on required results.

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13 December 2021