Sunday, March 29, 2015

Fibroblast Growth Factor

Lets talk a little bit about Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF).

Have you ever wondered how a child physically develops at a dramatic rate? How a young person can exert so much energy and recover almost instantly? Do you also wonder how a child is able to pick up languages so quickly and how they can remember the slightest things?
The answer lies in a compound that is essential in supporting embryonic development called Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF.) While FGF is readily available in the human placenta, its availability diminishes over time, and essentially vanishes as we age. Our body by itself is incapable of producing its own FGF, which it must derive from the food supply.

Until now…