SeroVital is a new health supplement which claims it has the ability to help anyone to increase their natural production levels of human growth hormone, popularly referred to as HGH.
According to SeroVital.com, HGH is believed to produce a whole host of benefits, including the reduction of body fat, the increase of lean muscle mass, and a boost in positive mood.
It is also thought to help heighten your sex drive, increase their overall energy, and also get rid of wrinkles and tighten sagging skin. Due to the wide variety of benefits, some people have referred to this hormone as a “Fountain of Youth.”
Though HGH is a naturally produced hormone in our bodies, the natural production of this hormone begins to rapidly decline as people age, which led to lab created synthetic forms of HGH available in injection form and were very expensive.
But experts agree that finding a way to increase natural production of HGH is highly preferable to synthetic forms of the hormone. SeroVital says that the fall of 2012 was the first time scientists were able to create a compound that helped your body create HGH naturally.
Famous TV host Dr. Oz dedicated an episode to helping your body naturally produce HGH, using the right combination of amino acid ingredients: glycine, ornithine, arginine, and lysine, which can be affordably found at most health food stores.
SeroVital says that their supplement combination can increase your hormone production by 682% as long as it is taken properly. This means that first thing in the morning two hours before you eat or before you go to bed, two hours after you eat. This amino acid combination is absorbed best through an empty stomach.
A single purchase of SeroVital costs $99, but consumers can sign up for an autoship membership which will automatically send you a new one month supply of the supplement every 30 days for just $80.
If you have any experience with this product, please leave your SeroVital reviews below.
1 ‘SeroVital’ Review
I used SeroVital per the instructions for 2 months and did not see any results.
Since Serovital did nothing it promised, and costs roughly one hundred dollars per month, I researched it's guarantee.
The packaging and website claim a 100% money-back guarantee. This is %100 false. Reviewing the fine print, I noticed the guarantee was only honored within 30 days of the purchase. If one took the entire month of SeroVital hoping for results, and did not see any, it would already be too late to request a refund.
I contacted the customer service website for verification. Their response suggested returning the unused portion of SeroVital to the store of purchase. They were not specifically going to honor the guarantee directly, and certainly not after 30 days of purchase. So if a customer used SeroVital for two months, (as it suggests for optimal results), they are just being hustled twice.
I will spread the word about SeroVital. Two hundred dollars is a lot to lose.
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