Feb. 5, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- A recent article on favorite celebrity gossip site Radar Online listed "The 10 Most Flawless Faces Of Awards Season," highlighting the creamy complexions of beauties like
. Then the always-hip site revealed a little secret to its readers: "But you don't have to be a celebrity to look younger and achieve flawless skin." Rather than touting a new skin cream or cosmetic, however, it joined the ranks of media moguls like
The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox News
The Dr. Oz Show,
who've all been running features on human growth hormone (hGH) therapy. hGH therapy is rapidly becoming the hottest new "it" treatment among Hollywood A-Listers due to its touted ability to reduce wrinkles, decrease body fat, increase lean muscle mass, boost energy, rev up sex drive, and make you look and feel decades — not years, but DECADES — younger.
The Radar Online article said, "On a recent episode of his
, M.D. talked about a new study focusing on how a combination of human growth hormone (hGH) and amino acids work together as an anti-aging agent. hGH is an essential hormone produced by the body that's responsible for ramping up collagen production, the protein that helps your skin maintain its structure. As you age, hGH and collagen production naturally slow down, which can lead to thinner, looser skin."
And then Radar Online dropped a bombshell on its fans: "But the results of a recent study Dr. Oz cited have shown that a new product, SeroVital, can improve hGH levels by up to 600 percent. SeroVital comes in pill form and contains a special blend of amino acids that, when taken on an empty stomach, have been shown to naturally boost your body's production of hGH." This is huge news and likely a big part of the reason why an hGH revolution is exploding across the U.S., because until SeroVital, the best way to increase hGH levels was through prescription injections. But now — finally — after 30 years of research, there's an oral compound capable of increasing human growth hormone levels.