Recipe for Success | Top HGH Diet

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Perhaps you should get clarification before moving on. This title is not used in a metaphorical sense. It really does mean that you are going to learn an actual recipe that will set you up for success with your HGH diet.   

The goal here is for you to put this recipe into your regular weekly rotation of foods. Then you can judge how well you did with HGH before and after you started to incorporate it.

You may be pleasantly surprised to see an added kick, so to speak. And in case you’re still a little confused, here is a little clarification as to why you are learning about a recipe today.

Ancient History

The great physician Hippocrates once said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Do you get what he was saying? Simply put, back in history, you couldn’t just roll up to a drive-thru window, stick out your arm and get an HGH injection.

There was no such thing as “modern” medicine. Hippocrates and people like him had to be resourceful and figure out how to use mother nature to their advantage. Well nothing is more natural than food.

It was not only used for sustenance, but also for treating the body and healing it of ailments. Fast forward to today and the medium of food can still be used to treat and prevent conditions. AND, it can be used to fire up your hormones—namely human growth hormone and testosterone.

As you are well aware, these are the vital hormones that you want to be firing high for male health. And that’s also why you should follow and HGH Diet. But the fun part is, you can add certain foods to your menu plan that will give your HGH and test levels a boost. And… boom! Enter your recipe for success!

Manhood Stir Fry


  • 1 c shredded cabbage
  • 1 c shredded broccoli
  • 3 whole eggs
  • 3 oz smoked salmon
  • ½ c shelled edamame
  • ¼ c black sesame seeds
  • Extra virgin olive oil


  1. Heat a medium sized skillet and pour about 2 tbsp of olive oil in it.
  2. Once the oil has heated up, add the cabbage and broccoli.
  3. Sauté until tender and add black sesame seeds.
  4. Crack the eggs and scramble them together in a bowl with a tablespoon of almond or hemp milk. This will make them fluffier.
  5. Pour eggs into skillet and continue to blend.
  6. Once the mixture has become browned and dry, add the edamame.
  7. Chop the salmon into small pieces then add all the ingredients together.
  8. Do one final fold to reach an even consistency and you’re done.

Tips and Hints

Add salt and pepper when preparing as needed. Also feel free to top this with some hot sauce and salsa.

Make sure to get all organic ingredients and wild-caught salmon. You do not want to risk putting any contaminants in your body.

Benefits of an HGH Diet

OK, here is the backstory on this dish. Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage and broccoli, help lower estradiol levels in the body. In doing so, this raises your levels of testosterone.

Eggs contain healthy fats and have an amino acid profile second to none. Not only do they bode well for muscle preservation and gain, but they also contribute to boosted t-levels.

Then you have salmon and edamame—also known as soybeans. Both of which have a positive effect on HGH results. So they make the cut as well.

Lastly, black sesame seeds are high in healthy fats and antioxidants. This spells good news for your hormones. But since you are only using a little bit, they’re here more for aesthetics and to give a little more contrast in flavor.

Dishing it Out

Overall, this is a super healthy meal on its own. Not only are you getting a good dose of protein and essential fats, but you are also getting a meal that can boost your manhood. Even if you had this twice a week, you would likely see a difference.

And although it is an egg-based dish, don’t feel you have to eat it first thing in the morning. In fact, fasting in the morning is a better strategy. That being said, don’t think twice about having it for your last meal of the day.

And on that note, good luck and happy eating!