GHR-15 Growth Hormone Anti Aging Formula Review

GHR-15 Growth Hormone Anti Aging Formula Review

The GHR-15 growth hormone anti-aging formula is (or at least it was at the time of this writing) one of the most aggressively marketed supplements on the market today. I don’t know about you, but I bet I receive a dozen unsolicited emails daily touting the earth-shattering benefits of the GHR-15 growth hormone anti-aging formula miracle product.

Note: there are many similar “growth hormone” boosting products on the market today. These include HGH Energizer, Sytropin and GenF20 HGH. All these products “boast” ingredients almost identical to those included to GHR-!5.The caveats that apply to GHR-15 therefore, also apply to the aforementioned products, and other growth-hormone release, “fountain-of-youth” products that should happen to hit the market.

The benefits, apparently documented by The New England Journal of Medicine, include…

  • increased vitality
  • increased libido
  • fat loss (without dieting or exercise), improved cholesterol profile, and muscle gain
  • hair re-growth
  • improved memory
  • increased emotional stability
  • increased muscle strength
  • the ability to reduce aging

… Plus many others. The GHR-15 growth hormone anti-aging formula is, if you believe the hype, the veritable fountain of youth.

There is, as you might have guessed, a problem with this… and if you hang in there for a minute, and I’ll tell you what it is!

The benefits “proven” by The New England Journal of Medicine are not those of the miracle GHR-15 growth hormone anti-aging formula, but of hGH, better known as Human Growth Hormone. The amount of this hormone, released by the pituitary gland, declines readily as we age, and is, for the most part, responsible for many of the signs and complications associated with aging.

No wonder then, the mass appeal of the GHR-15 anti aging formula. However…

Real human growth hormone is incredibly expensive, classified as a drug, and available only by prescription. Worse still, you can only obtain real hGH from two sources…

1. The pituitary glands of human cadavers

2. From recombinant DNA technology

In other words…

If you can buy it in a store, it’s not hGH. Nor can hGH be consumed orally – as a peptide, it breaks down in the gut. This is why injections are routinely used for medically-supervised hGH therapy.

OK then, so what is the GHR-15 anti aging formula?

That’s a good question. It’s a blend of compounds thought to be HGH-secretagogues. In other words, it’s a blend of compounds which are thought to “encourage” the body’s own natural production of HGH. The blend of ingredients in the GHR-15 anti aging formula (and many similar products currently available on the market today) include the amino acids (the building blocks of protein)…

  • arginine
  • lysine
  • glutamine
  • glycine
  • pyroglutamate
  • tyrosine

Plus GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), a purified powdered form of bovine pituitary gland, “hypothalmus” and a “phytosterol complex” (a blend of plant sterols). Sounds impressive, right? Nonetheless, the question we’re all asking is…

“Are any of these compounds REALLY effective at raising levels of hGH?”

Let’s find out in part two of our article…

GHR-15 anti aging formula review, Part II

Author: Paul

Paul Crane is the founder of UltimateFatBurner.com. His passions include supplements, working out, motorcycles, guitars... and of course, his German Shepherd dogs.

2 Comments

  1. I am being deposed by BIE Health Products lawyer on June 13, 2017. It’s been 12 years since I was sued for libel. The only entities still being sued by these folks are Health Canada, and myself. Richard Beemer, the owner of the company, was deposed on June 1 and June 2nd in Toronto. Apparently there are serious gaps in his knowledge about his income, and his knowledge of the basics about Growth Hormone Releasers. It should be a lot of fun next week.

    Anyone who has knowledge that they want to share about GHR-15 or any other products like it can reach me at mailto:[email protected]

    Thanks
    Terry Polevoy, MD. FRCP(C)
    Waterloo, ON

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    • Best of luck next week, Dr Polevoy, and thanks for doing what you do!

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