NEW YORK, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Many people turn to the popular media when they're looking for the latest "anti-aging" secrets. And lately it seems like the biggest names in the business have all been talking about the same thing: human growth hormone (hGH). CNN, Fox News, The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, Shape magazine and Vanity Fair have done features on it. But just what does growth hormone have to do with beauty? According to many hGH "devotees," it has the ability to reduce wrinkles, tighten saggy skin, 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.
And now — thanks to some help from beauty insiders like national TV Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle Correspondent Stacy Cox — there's something new fueling the hGH frenzy. It's called SeroVital™-hgh, a revolutionary new oral compound that boosts growth hormone levels naturally by promoting pituitary health, the gland that manufactures hGH. Cox recently told audiences, "Over 13 years working on camera as a beauty expert, I've had the privilege of trying every new miracle-in-a-bottle beauty product to hit the market. Some are just okay, others fall short ...but the game changer arrived for me recently when I discovered SeroVital! Its ability to positively impact my complexion, energy levels, metabolism, bone health and sex drive make it an easy-to-use supplement that I will stay loyal to for years to come!"
SeroVital began making headlines when it was first presented at the prestigious Obesity Society's most recent Annual Scientific Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. There, a group of some of the world's most renowned researchers revealed that this tiny little pill was actually capable of increasing mean, serum (blood) growth hormone levels... by an astounding 682%. Up until this time, the best way to increase hGH levels was through expensive prescription injections (costs can run as high as $1500 per month). In addition to their high cost, these synthetic hGH injections are also extremely controversial, because some experts fear that introducing synthetic hGH into the body may upset the natural production of hGH.
Since SeroVital's debut at the Obesity Society conference, it has also been featured at The Academy of Women's Health's 21 st Annual Congress in Washington, DC, and The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 61 st Annual Clinical Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. But it isn't just doctors and research scientists who have become interested in SeroVital. Stacy Cox is the latest in a string of celebrity beauty gurus who have been touting SeroVital.Cox has become one of the most well-respected, well-known beauty experts in the industry thanks to regular appearances on The View, The Dr. Oz Show, The OWN Network, and The Style Network. She's also shared her beauty tips with readers in Glamour Magazine, Brides, Women's Health,andLife & Style.She recently confided, "My friends keep asking my secret to looking decades younger seemingly overnight. They're saying they just can't put their finger on exactly what's different about me. And one friend even asked if I got a facelift! So I alleviated their curiosity and turned them onto SeroVital, what I'm constantly referring to as my 'fountain-of-youth' find!" Despite glowing testimonials from experts like Cox some skeptics are saying SeroVital sounds too good to be true. So is there a catch? Well, there are three. First, as with HGH injections, SeroVital is not a "magic bullet," but one part of a healthy lifestyle choice including a sensible diet and exercise regimen.