Is the Bad Economy Boosting Anti-Aging Market?
Market trend executive Chantelle Daines of Majestic Media summed it up well when she said, "When the economy is good, people want to look youthful, fit and energetic to have a good time. But when economic times are bad, people need to look youthful, fit and energetic to keep their jobs." Nowhere is that truth more evident than in the fact that despite the squeeze the economy and recent tax hikes have put on many American's wallets, people are shelling out $100 a month for a new "youth pill"… a growth hormone booster called SeroVital-hgh.
Despite its cost (human growth hormone injections can run as high as $1500 a month), an hGH revolution has been sweeping across the country. So what's behind it? For years, hGH therapy has been the underground "anti-aging" treatment of the rich and famous from Hollywood Hills to Manhattan thanks to its touted ability to reduce wrinkles, decrease body fat, increase lean muscle mass, boost energy, rev up sex drive, and make users look and feel decades - not years, but DECADES - younger. And unless you've been living under a rock, you've seen hGH being featured in mainstream media outlets like The Today Show, CNN, The Dr. Oz Show, Shape magazine and Vanity Fair.
But hGH interest really went through the roof after the prestigious Obesity Society's 30th Annual Meeting in September 2012, where people learned that the youth-restoring promises of hGH would no longer just be available to those who can afford expensive, synthetic prescription injections. At that conference some of the world's most renowned research scientists revealed that a tiny little pill was actually capable of increasing mean serum (blood) growth hormone levels by an astounding 682 percent.
Finally, after over 30 years of research, scientists have discovered a way to increase human growth hormone levels naturally… without injections. And many who are worried about today's down economy are quickly embracing it. "People are desperate for anything that can give them an edge over the competition," says Ms. Daines, "and SeroVital customers are thrilled about the chance to boost their hGH levels for a fraction of the cost of injections."
Of course, 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-hgh is not a "magic bullet" but one part of a healthy lifestyle choice including a sensible diet and exercise regimen. And, just like HGH injections, you have to remember to renew your monthly supply.
Second, you have to take SeroVital-hgh on an empty stomach. That means you either have to take it first thing in the morning and then not eat anything for two hours, or take it at night, at least two hours after your last meal... before you go to bed.
And last but not least, while SeroVital is far less expensive than prescription HGH injections, it's still not cheap… SeroVital will cost you about $100 a month. But is it worth it? To most people, reducing wrinkles, decreasing body fat, increasing lean muscle mass, strengthening bones, boosting mood, while giving you plenty of energy and improving sex drive is a no brainer. However, make no mistake about it, the "established" medical community would say its benefits are largely anecdotal, with research that's preliminary.
So will this anti-aging miracle help you keep your job? Who knows. But there's no denying that something that has a chance of making you look and feel decades, not years, but DECADES younger, is... at the very least... irresistible.