April 2, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Everyone's talking about human growth hormone (hGH).
magazine is just one in a string of major media outlets to bring attention to this so-called "fountain of youth." hGH has also been featured on
The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox News
The Dr. Oz Show,
So why is this hormone getting so much attention? Because hGH therapy is finally going mainstream now that women have discovered its many touted benefits: reduced body fat, increased lean muscle mass, improved mood, stronger bones, heightened sex drive, increased energy and fewer wrinkles. Many growth hormone users swear it makes them look and feel decades — not years, but
— younger. And celebrities from L.A. to
have been visiting some of the most expensive clinics in the world to get their monthly supply.
revealed to its readers that a new, breakthrough oral compound is actually capable of increasing growth hormone levels in the human body. That's right… an oral dietary supplement — not a prescription injection — that's been clinically proven to increase hGH levels. The compound is called SeroVital™-hgh, and it recently sparked huge interest when it was the subject of an exclusive presentation at the prestigious Obesity Society's 30
Annual Scientific Meeting in
San Antonio, Texas
. A group of some of the most renowned scientists and medical experts in the world made headlines when they made the results of a double-blind clinical trial public for the first time: SeroVital-hgh is capable of increasing mean serum (blood) growth hormone levels by 682%.
The Scientific Breakthrough
Until now, only the very wealthy have had access to the benefits of increased growth hormone levels, because the best way to increase those levels was through prescription injections, which can cost thousands of dollars a year. This explains why some experts are calling SeroVital-hgh the scientific breakthrough of the decade. Finally, after over 30 years of research, an oral compound has been discovered that can increase bioactive, serum (blood) growth hormone levels by a mean of 682%… without the cost and inconvenience of prescription injections.