This peptide is a variant of the insulin-like growth factor or IGF which is responsible for repairing damaged muscles and initiating satellite cell growth. It can eventually fuel muscle development and increase the number of stem cells, thereby allowing muscle fibers to fuse and grow.
Chances are, you are already using your body’s supply of MGF every time you exercise. When IGF-1 is spliced, MGF is formed. This action is called the Mechano growth factor, which is the body’s natural response when repairing broken down muscle tissue. MGF is also IGF-1Ec, which is a version of IGF.