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Young Black Angus cattle graze freely, are never closely confined, nor given supplemental growth hormones, steroids, or antibiotics.
For years, Ben & Jerry’s took steps to make sure that its ice cream did not contain artificial growth hormone.
There’s an increase in the release of growth hormones during sleep (this is when kids get taller, our skin cells regenerate, and our hair gets longer), as well as the hormones that regulate appetite.
According to the Huffington Post, naturopathic doctor Natasha Turner says that as your body temperature drops and growth hormone is released, the stress hormone cortisol will also decrease with healthy sleep patterns.
In order to be competitive at state and county fairs, the kids commonly feed their livestock growth hormones, including the controversial chemical compound ractopamine hydrochloride, currently banned in European Union countries, Russia, and China.
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