Muscle Building and Recovery

Muscle building requires a combination of resistance training, rest and proper nutrition. Resistance training, such as weight lifting or bodyweight exercises, is necessary to stimulate muscle growth, while adequate nutrition provides the building blocks necessary for muscle repair and growth.

In terms of recovery, it is important to allow muscles time to rest and recover between workouts.

The following are some of the options we offer.

Through your initial consultation, goal discussion and lab review, we will determine which of these (or a combination of these) is right for you.


Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) is a highly anabolic hormone that is released in the liver as well as in the peripheral tissues in response to the Growth Hormone so that a new muscle could be built. The main work of IGF-1 is
to build new muscle tissues by promoting nitrogen retention and protein synthesis.


Tesamorelin is currently the most effective GH releasing hormone on the market. It binds and stimulates human GHRH receptors with similar potency as our own natural GHRH. 


BPC-157 (Body Protection Compound-157) is a peptide that has been studied for its ability to promote tissue healing and repair. Human BPC is found in gastric juice.


Sermorelin is a growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) analogue, meaning it mimics the natural processes that stimulate the release of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. Growth hormone plays a crucial role in numerous physiological functions, including cell repair, metabolism, and overall growth.

Testosterone Therapy

Testosterone therapy has been shown to have positive effects on muscle building. As testosterone levels increase, your androgen receptors are activated, increasing the rate of muscle growth.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. All content on this website is for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases.

Here at DM Health we do not prescribe human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) 

Instead, we use high quality peptides to restore endogenous release of Growth Hormone (GH) and transcription of IGF-1, and naturally mimic pulsing and amplitude of GH release. These peptides do not shut down the body’s own production of HGH but instead supports pituitary function and promotes natural production of GH, leading to increased muscle mass and strength.

Exogenous use of human growth hormone

Growth hormone (GH) itself is not a physiologic stimulator of the release of growth hormone

For those suffering from a GH deficiency, growth hormone treatments can offer some amazing results. But for those who are not GH deficient, using GH to enhance performance or build muscle mass is dangerous because it interferes with the body’s ability to produce the hormones naturally.

Exogenous use of HCG eliminates negative feedback loops and creates a supraphysiologic increases in growth hormone which leads to:

  • Increases in reactive oxygen species and dysfunction of the mitochondria
  • Lose mitochondrial efficiency
  • Loss of mitochondrial biogenesis, and the capability of the mitochondria to produce its cytochromes, which are important in the electron transport chain
  • Premature cellular senescence

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