Are Major League Growth Hormone Testing Agreements Nothing More Than Hot Air? Yesterday's Announcement That the NFL Will Begin Testing Players for Human Growth Hormone Is a Farce, Says Novex Biotech®
NEW YORK, Aug. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The NFL Players Association just announced plans to allow the NFL to collect blood samples from players to test for the use of human growth hormone (hGH) injections. "So what?" asks Gabriel Flores, spokesperson for Novex Biotech®, one of the most aggressive companies in the sports science industry. "This is a sham. Our Growth Factor™-9 product has been proven to raise mean, serum (blood) growth hormone levels by 682%, and the testing the NFL is doing won't pick up the hGH increase GF9 causes."
Here are the facts: at a December 12, 2012 Congressional hearing regarding the NFL and hGH testing, it was made clear that increasing growth hormone levels naturally by nourishing the pituitary (the gland that manufactures hGH) would not trigger a positive result on anti-doping tests.
Dr. Larry Bowers, Chief Science Officer for the United States Anti-Doping Agency who testified at the hearing, explained, "The body produces many forms of growth hormone in the pituitary gland," but synthetic, recombinant hGH (rhGH) injections involve only one form, called 22kD. rhGH tests work by flagging people who have abnormally high ratios of 22kdD ... but science has already moved well past this.
Because you can now increase your body's natural production of hGH without synthetic injections — and therefore without getting caught — Flores isn't the only one calling pro sport's dedication to testing a sham. "Let's face it," he says, "this sudden commitment to testing is pointless, because only the dumbest professional athletes are going to keep using banned synthetic hGH injections. Any athlete with a brain will see the benefit of using an oral compound that can raise growth hormone levels naturally."
This incredible breakthrough is made possible by a proprietary, highly specialized, oral growth hormone boosting compound called SeroVital®, which is available in the sports science section of your local GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, and Lucky Vitamin under the trade name Growth Factor-9™.
How do they work? Growth Factor-9 (or GF9, as many are calling it) is a dietary supplement that promotes pituitary health to help maximize hGH production, which drops dramatically with age. This compound was first revealed at the prestigious Obesity Society's most recent Annual Scientific Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. There, a group of some of the most renowned researchers in the world revealed that this oral compound has been clinically shown to increase mean, endogenous, bioactive, serum (blood) growth hormone levels ... by 682%.
But now a new controversy is arising: whether or not using a "natural" substance to raise hGH levels is still "cheating." "To call Growth Factor-9 a 'cheat' pills is ridiculous," argues Gina Daines, another spokesperson for Novex. "Think of it this way ... Before Gatorade® became widely available, the electrolyte-rich drink was used to give Florida State athletes an advantage, especially on hot and humid days. Were they cheating? Or simply taking advantage of something the other team neglected to emphasize?"
No matter which side of the controversy you're on, one thing is certain: Growth Factor-9 is selling like hotcakes. The product's exclusive distributors, GNC, Lucky Vitamin, and The Vitamin Shoppe, are having trouble keeping it in stock. Still, some skeptics are saying it sounds too good to be true. So, is there a catch? Actually, there are three. First, as with hGH injections, Growth Factor-9 is not a "magic bullet" but one part of a total program — you still have to eat right and work out.
Second, unlike injections of synthetic growth hormone, the Growth Factor-9 pill needs to be taken 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 Growth Factor-9 is far less expensive than prescription hGH injections, it's still not cheap ... Growth Factor-9 will cost you about $100 a month.
But is it worth it? To most people, anything that may cut fat and build muscle while giving you plenty of energy and improving sex drive should be a no brainer. However, make no mistake about it, the "established" medical community (and, of course, they know everything) would say its benefits are largely anecdotal, with research that's preliminary. But there's no denying that something that has a chance of helping you get in the best shape of your life — without getting caught — is... at the very least... irresistible.
It should be noted that Growth Factor-9 is the only 100% SeroVital-hgh sports supplement currently on the market. It's currently being sold exclusively at GNC, Lucky Vitamin, and The Vitamin Shoppe. If stores are sold out, try buying directly from Novex Biotech at www.NovexBiotech.com or 1-800-379-2600. Use promo code CHEAT4 at checkout and get free shipping.*
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