Add Raspberries to Your Diet to Boost HGH

Add Raspberries to Your Diet to Boost HGH

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Raspberries might not be the equivalent of Omnitrope or Genotropin injections, but don’t send these little red berries to pasture just yet, they may just be the key to boost HGH naturally. There is a lot more to the story that you need to know. And once you have this information, you are definitely going to run to your local grocery store and stock up. 

The Obvious

You already know that raspberries are red in color and have a soft, fuzzy feel. If they didn’t squoosh, they’d probably make a nice, comfy pillow if you stacked them in a pile.

But aside from the way they feel, they come with a host of other redeeming qualities. First of all, have you ever been told to eat the colors of a rainbow? Well, red happens to fit into this spectrum. And the reason why is fruits and vegetables that have a lot of color to them are high in antioxidants.

If you want to get technical, raspberries have a specific type called anthocyanins. Those are what give them their pigmentation. The good news here, is these antioxidants help reduce the risk of cancer, boost immune function and also act as a natural sunscreen in the summer!

Yes, it’s true. You can eat certain foods that will work from the inside out to give you a natural SPF factor. And not surprisingly, raspberries are ripe and plentiful during the high point of summer.

Aside from this, they are also high in vitamin C and fiber. Vitamin C is one of the main vitamins behind keratin production, which is the substance that keeps your skin elastic, strong and youthful.

Fiber is important because it also helps prevent certain cancers and has a filling effect when you eat it. By consuming raspberries, you will eat fewer overall calories in your meal and you will stay full longer. Both can contribute to weight loss and maintenance if either is an objective of yours.

The HGH Connection

Now let’s get down to the heart of the matter. You just learned that raspberries are arguably superfoods for all they do to the body. But there is one more important aspect of them that you need to become familiar with.

They have a positive effect on your human growth hormone levels. To clarify, they have a substance in them known as melatonin, which causes your body to produce HGH at a higher level naturally. In fact, you can see over a 150 percent boost in HGH by noshing on raspberries.

Even if you are getting Xerendip injections, it is still in your best interest to include any biohack you can to get your body to produce more HGH on its own. By eating daily doses of raspberries, you can achieve just that.

How to Use Raspberries to Your Advantage

The quickest, easiest, and most obvious way to use raspberries is to get a pint and just chomp on them until the container is empty. But there are more fun ways to incorporate them into your diet.

Try this on for size. Take a bowl and add some raspberries, cacao nibs, cacao powder, olive oil, and pistachios. Mash it all up with a spoon until you create a paste-like consistency and enjoy.

This concoction contains other nutrients that are also beneficial to boost HGH and testosterone production. You end up with a twofold effect. Plus, it tastes delicious.

It’s always easy to simply add raspberries to smoothies too. In this case, a good pairing would be a vanilla milk alternative with some form of nut butter or nut butter powder. Peanut butter would be the obvious choice here. But you can use an alternative like almond or sunflower seed butter if you are allergic.

This type of smoothie will have peanut butter and jelly-like flavor, which is once again, really delicious.

Raspberries can easily be thrown into a bowl of oatmeal or granola too. And you can add a host of other fixings to make it even more nutrient-dense.

Lastly, a lot of people like to add berries to yogurt. This is definitely a good strategy if you are trying to avoid excess sugar, which is often added to yogurt. The funny thing is, plain yogurt tastes very bland and is in need of some kind of flavoring.

By throwing in a batch of raspberries and maybe something crunchy like roasted pumpkin seeds, you just made it a lot more palatable. And FYI, pumpkin seeds are good for testosterone because they contain zinc.

Final Tips and Hints

Just for the record, raspberries come in multiple colors. Feel free to mix and match which ones you consume, because they’re all beneficial. You just can’t always find all the varieties that are out there.

Also, if you remember from the beginning, raspberries are soft and furry. This means they have flesh that’s very absorbable. It is in your best interest to always choose organic berries for this reason.

Pesticides and chemicals sprayed on conventional berries will absorb inside them and they are not possible to wash off. But if you go the organic route, you won’t have to worry about this.

Lastly, and this is a bit quirky, you can use raspberries on your skin. Don’t forget that the skin is the largest and most important organ in your body. You want to keep it looking as youthful and feeling strong as possible.

By eating raspberries, you can contribute to healthier skin from the inside. But, by mixing up a concoction that includes raspberries and plain yogurt, you can treat your skin on the outside.

Slather it on your face and let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes. Then wash it off and go about your business. Repeat every night, and over time, you will likely notice a difference with any wrinkles you may have.

All this being said, go get yourself some raspberries and put them to good use as soon as possible. With the right amount of intake, you just might end up feeling and look better than you have in years.