The Role of Hormones in Anabolic Reactions to the body

Have you ever heard the term anabolism? This biochemical process allows us to grow and repair the damage in the body.

Biochemical processes occurring within the body of a living being are called metabolism. There are two types of metabolic reactions, namely catabolism and anabolism. The reaction of catabolism breaks down complex molecules into simpler forms, usually these reactions produce energy. Instead, anabolism is responsible for forming or synthesizing more complex molecules of simple molecules.

Function of Anabolic Reactions in the Body

Anabolism, also called biosynthesis, allows the body to build or grow new cells and maintain body tissues. The trick is to use the energy produced by the reaction of catabolism, the reaction of anabolism synthesize various hormones, enzymes, and other substances as material to grow cells and tissues. Proverbial, builders use bricks to make a house. Examples of anabolic processes include growth and bone mineralization and increased muscle mass.

The following hormones are categorized as anabolic hormones.

    Growth hormone. This hormone is made in the pituitary gland (the small gland below the brain). Its function is for body growth. Too much growth hormone in childhood can cause a person to grow higher than average (gigantism). Whereas if too little can cause the body height is less than average (dwarfism).
    Insulin-like growth factors (IGF-1) and growth factors like other insulin, the hormones that stimulate protein and sulfate production. IGF-I and IGF-2 play an important role in uterine and placental growth, as well as early growth of the fetus during pregnancy IGF 1 also works for the growth of childhood and continues to have anabolic effects in adults.
    Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas gland. Insulin is responsible for regulating the level of glucose (sugar) in the blood, helping the body convert the consumed food into energy, and helps to store energy. The body's cells can not take advantage of glucose without insulin.
    Testosterone, the male hormone produced in the testes. Testosterone causes the formation of sperm and the development of male characteristics, such as heavier voices, larger muscles, and hair growth on the face and body. The hormone testosterone plays an important role throughout the body because it affects the brain, bone and muscle mass, fat distribution, vascular system, energy level, genital tissue, and  function. Not only in men, the hormone testosterone is also produced in the female body, but the number is less. 
The process of anabolism is very important for the body. Without a process that utilizes this energy, our continued growth and cell proliferation may not occur. Furthermore, in Anabolic Cooking you can find the recipes to boosting the body to better state in accordance of of how anabolic works.