This is a basic IGF cycle guide. It is meant to answer a lot of very simple questions. I will continue to update as I see fit
What is it? And what is the difference between huIGF-1 and LR3 IGF-1?
IGF-1 stands for insulin like growth factor. IGF-I is the primary protein involved in responses of cells to growth hormone (GH): that is, IGF-I is produced in response to GH and then induces cellular activities. One such example is muscle growth or hyperplasia
This compound also makes the human body more sensitive to insulin. It is the most potent growth factor found in the human body. IGF-1 causes muscle cell hyperplasia, which is an actual splitting and forming of new muscle cells, this is a good thing.