Jan. 4, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- In September of 2012 at the prestigious Obesity Society's 30
Annual Scientific Meeting, a group of some of the most renowned research experts in the world revealed that a tiny little pill called SeroVital-hgh was actually capable of increasing mean serum (blood) growth hormone levels… by an astounding 682%. At that point, Big Pharma was no longer the only player in the growth hormone "Anti-Aging" craze.
Despite the fact that hGH is supposed to be a highly regulated substance prescribed to only a small group of patients with rare disorders, sales of the injections are surging. It seems the hormone's touted ability to rev up sex drive, decrease body fat, reduce wrinkles, increase lean muscle mass, boost energy has people desperate to get their hands on it. And many doctors are happy to hand out prescriptions, arguing that the anti-aging and health benefits many people claim to experience on the drug far outweigh any risks.
Rather than attempting to limit hGH sales to those with a legitimate medical need, prescription drug companies are cashing in on America's growing, billion-dollar obsession with hGH. And they're no longer the only ones. SeroVital-hgh has exploded onto the market and is quickly becoming the hottest hGH booster available. Why? Because while growth hormone injections introduce synthetic hGH — also called recombinant hGH, or rhGH — into the body, SeroVital raises growth hormone levels naturally. This, of course, has been headline news, because it means that after over 30 years of research, experts have finally developed an oral compound capable of increasing growth hormone levels naturally in the body… without expensive, synthetic injections.
The Pro Sports "Cheat" Pill?
And although SeroVital's specialized, amino-acid formula allows the product to steer clear of the controversy surrounding synthetic rhGH injections, it's still causing quite a stir in the sports industry. rhGH usage has been banned by virtually every sporting body in the world thanks to the unfair edge it gives users, but now it appears SeroVital may be giving competitive sports stars a "loophole" that will let them experience the benefits of increased growth hormone levels… without getting caught.