SeroVital HGH Anti-Aging Product Selling Like Hotcakes
Author: Sierra Research Labs(i) : Contact: Ariel Dunne, Behrman Communications, +1-212-986-7000, email@example.com
Published: 2014-06-19 : (Rev. 2018-11-05)
Synopsis and Key Points:
News regarding HGH therapy touted to reduce wrinkles, boost energy, increase muscle mass, decrease body fat and make people look and feel decades younger.
What is Human Growth Hormone (HGH)?
Growth hormone (GH or HGH), also known as somatotropin or somatropin, is a peptide hormone that stimulates growth, cell reproduction and regeneration in humans and other animals. Studies of healthy adults taking human growth hormone are limited. Although it appears that human growth hormone can increase muscle mass and reduce the amount of body fat in healthy older adults, the increase in muscle doesn't translate into increased strength. It isn't clear if human growth hormone may provide other benefits to healthy adults.
The cutting-edge research behind the formula was recently featured on one of daytime television's hottest programs. This segment created a firestorm of demand for the proprietary amino acid compound developed by Sierra Research Labs, and now the company is having to take steps to end the vast shortages the show created by issuing a new license for its revolutionary compound.
Initially, only two companies received rights to the formula:
- SanMedica International, which sells it under the trade name SeroVital-hgh to prestige retailer Ulta (and soon Sephora)
- Limitless Worldwide, which sells it as Limitless THRIVE in the direct-to-consumer market.
Kerry Pack, a communications specialist with Sierra, tells us, "We were convinced that issuing two licenses to the compound would be more than enough to meet consumer demand, but with all the recent media coverage, sales have gone through the roof and our suppliers have been having trouble keeping up. So we're thrilled to announce that we've recently issued a third license to sports supplement company Novex Biotech, which will sell the compound as Growth Factor-9 exclusively at GNC."
The media has been keeping human growth hormone (HGH) at the forefront of people's minds for months.
It's been featured everywhere from CNN and The Today Show to Vanity Fair... SeroVital-hgh was even singled out in a feature editorial on HGH that appeared in the November issue of Shape magazine.
HGH therapy has gone mainstream as the "it" treatment of celebrities and the uber rich thanks to its touted ability to reduce wrinkles, boost energy, increase lean muscle mass, decrease body fat, recharge sex drive and make people look and feel decades - not years, but decades - younger.
And for years only the uber rich have been able to afford HGH, because the only proven way of increasing HGH levels in the body was through prescription injections that can cost upwards of $1500 a month. But all that changed in September 2012 at the Obesity Society's prestigious 30th Annual Scientific Meeting, where a group of renowned scientists revealed that the highly specialized oral amino acid compound found in the Sierra formula has been clinically proven to increase mean, bioactive, serum (blood) growth hormone levels more than 600%.
Both the scientific community and the media are - understandably - extremely excited about this completely revolutionary discovery, and consumers are becoming desperate to get their hands on it.
Sierra hopes that making the compound available through Novex Biotech at GNC in addition to the prestige and direct-to-consumer markets will help put an end to shortages and waiting lists. "This will give consumers an extra avenue to get their hands on our proprietary formula," Ms. Pack says. "Whether people purchase it as SeroVital-hgh, THRIVE or Growth Factor-9, they can rest assured they're getting the precise, proprietary, patent-pending formula proven in the studies to increase mean growth hormone levels more than 600%."
Of course, some skeptics are saying the claims behind the Sierra formula sound too good to be true, and Ms. Pack admits there are some considerations.
"You can't sit on the couch eating French fries all day and expect this formula to work like a 'magic pill,'" she says. "It's designed to be one part of a healthy lifestyle. Plus, it needs to be taken on an empty stomach so the amino acids in food can't interfere with the way the proprietary formula works. And while it's much cheaper than prescription HGH injections, I wouldn't exactly call it cheap. Still, people everywhere are completely excited about trying it and are very interested in the so-called 'anecdotal' benefits of increased HGH levels, such as fewer wrinkles, weight loss, improved libido, etc."
SeroVital-hgh can be found at Ulta stores and will soon be available at Sephora, or you can order direct from the manufacturer at www.SeroVital.com
- Human growth hormone can be used successfully to treat some symptoms of cystic fibrosis, but its impact on the disease itself remains unknown, according to a new report funded by HHS' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
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