Serovital HGH Review
“Scientists have finally developed an affordable oral formula that encourages the pituitary gland to increase growth hormone production,” says the Serovital HGH company. Naturally, this company is speaking about its own product.
If effective, Serovital HGH “just might change your life,” the company claims. Who doesn’t want life changing results? Assuming those changes are positive, of course.
Since many consumers are interested in Serovital HGH, I decided to learn more. Before you buy, take a look at what my research turned up…
Benefits of HGH
The human growth hormone (HGH) regulates growth throughout your life. Mainly, it regulates and stimulates cell growth. So, when cells become old or damaged, HGH ensures they’ll be replaced with new ones.
As HGH levels naturally decline, your skin, muscle, and organ cells don’t heal and regenerate as quickly. That’s why more and more people turn to HGH products like Serovital HGH. It’s supposed to naturally boost HGH, so you don’t have to miss out on this hormone’s benefits. Benefits such as…
• Easier weight loss
• Younger-looking skin
• Stronger muscles
• Higher energy
• Better sleep
• Less joint and muscle soreness
Do Users Like Serovital HGH?
So far, I only know what 10 users think about Serovital HGH. That’s because there are only 10 reviews online (Ulta.com). These users gave the HGH product an average 3.3 out of 5 stars.
Seven said they would recommend Serovital HGH to others. Two gave 5-star reviews and two gave 1-star reviews. The rest gave 3 or 4-star reviews.
People who liked Serovital HGH said it helped them sleep better. They had more energy and felt better overall. One user didn’t feel as sore after workouts and lost belly fat.
A couple people said Serovital HGH didn’t work at all. One woman got really bloated and gassy after taking the HGH product.
Although more people like Serovital HGH than not, I was hoping to see more positive reviews.
The Ingredients and Research
The Serovital HGH ingredients are not listed on the official website. This is the one place they should always be listed. Fortunately, another site provides this critical information — the ingredient list.
L-lysine is a protein building block. It’s one of the essential amino acids your body needs, but can’t make. So, L-lysine must come from food and supplements. L-lysine promotes healthy growth, but doesn’t increase HGH alone. However, research shows L-lysine and L-arginine combined stimulate HGH production.
L-arginine is a favorite amino acid among athletes and bodybuilders. The reason why is L-arginine increases blood flow, which improves oxygen delivery and speeds muscle recovery. One study showed L-arginine alone dramatically raises HGH levels. This makes me wonder if L-lysine even has an influence. L-arginine seems to do just fine with or without L-lysine.
Oxo-proline is an uncommon amino acid formed from glutamate and glutamine. It’s most commonly used to enhance brain function. Indeed, there is one study proving the ingredient improves verbal memory in older adults.
N-acetyl L-cysteine provides relief from coughing, wheezing, and phlegm. But this is only one of many reasons people take it. N-acetyl L-cysteine detoxifies the liver, lowers cholesterol, and reduces heart attack risk. Unfortunately, “boosts HGH” is not listed among the amino acid’s benefits.
L-glutamine is another favorite amino acid among exercisers. It prevents catabolism and preserves muscle mass. L-glutamine also protects HGH from substances that try to break it down. Researchers demonstrated L-glutamine increases HGH production as well.
Schizonepeta is used as a medicinal herb in traditional Chinese medicine. It regulates the release of cytokines, which are signaling molecule. They regulate other molecules and cells in the body. But there is no research proving schizonepeta influences HGH production.
Was Serovital HGH Tested?
According to Serovital.com, Serovital HGH was proven to increase HGH 682% in 120 minutes. The study is mentioned on other sites and a few details are provided. But the study was not published. I’m not sure if or when it will be.
Most sites say study participants took a “combination of amino acids.” But the official website claims Serovital HGH was used. Until the study is published or more information is provided by an unbiased source, I remain skeptical about the study’s reliability.
My biggest concern is I’m not completely sure Serovital HGH was tested. Sometimes companies claim their product was tested if a few active ingredients were tested. These claims are misleading because tested ingredients are not the same thing as tested products. I don’t know the truth about Serovital HGH.
Is Serovital HGH Easy to Use?
The Serovital HGH box contains 120 capsules. The only usage information I found was this caution: “Do not exceed 4 capsules in any 24 hour period.” If you take 4 capsules a day, Serovital HGH lasts 30 days.
I don’t know how large the capsules are. If they’re too large, many consumers will have difficulty swallowing 4 at once. I don’t know if the company suggests taking all the capsules together or separately.
On Ulta.com, 3 users said Serovital HGH is complicated to take. One user said it’s because you can’t eat for 2 hours after taking the pills. This requires pre-planning. Another user also mentioned the difficulty of pre-planning and taking Serovital HGH on an empty stomach.
Best Places to Buy Serovital HGH
At this point, there are only 2 retailers:
• Serovital.com: $99 per bottle
• Ulta.com: $99 per bottle
The official website has a “preferred customer plan.” This plan gives customers the option to enroll in auto-shipping and pay less for Serovital HGH. Every 30 days, the company ships you a new box and charges you $80 plus shipping. You may cancel any time by calling 1-800-435-1409.
Ulta sells Serovital HGH online and in stores. You can find a nearby store using Ulta.com’s “Store Locator” feature. This retailer refunds customers for used and unused products returned within 60 days.
Is Serovital HGH Worth Buying?
A few ingredients in Serovital HGH were proven to increase HGH. However, the company does not disclose dosages, so I don’t know if the proven amounts were used. They claim Serovital HGH was clinically tested. However, there isn’t enough solid evidence to convince me this claim is true.
A few users said Serovital HGH works, but I’d like to hear more opinions. Serovital HGH is very expensive. Before spending that much, I want to feel more confident in the product’s effectiveness. But I’m not confident Serovital HGH is the best HGH product to use.
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