SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 17, 2016
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- When the doors of the Salt Lake City Convention Center open this morning for the 72nd Annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine's Scientific Congress & Expo attendees will be treated to an exhibit that, at first glance, seems oddly out of place. It's an exhibit featuring Serovital-hGH, a novel dietary supplement known worldwide for its ability to increase endogenous Growth Hormone, or hGH, levels.
For more than two decades, growth hormone, or hGH, has been touted as the "Youth Hormone." However, while commonly associated with reducing wrinkles, decreasing fat, boosting energy, tightening saggy skin, and making an increasingly age conscious society look and feel decades younger, hGH is currently experiencing a resurgence in research areas outside of its traditional role as an "anti-aging" compound.
One of these non-traditional areas of research is in, of all things, fertility. Thus, the exhibition of SeroVital at the prestigious American Society for Reproductive Medicine Scientific Congress & Expo, being held October 15–19 in Salt Lake City may not be all that odd considering the theme of this year's conference is "Scaling New Heights in Reproductive Medicine" (see asrm.org/ASRM2016).
"We are excited to be part of this important event," says Dr. Amy Heaton, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer for Sierra Research Group, LLC and one of the patent holders of the SeroVital formula. "To be recognized as a nutritional supplement with the potential to help support women's fertility is quite an achievement. Of course, this comes as more and more scientists are intrigued by the connection between hGH and fertility."
As part of the Exhibition, Dr. Heaton will be talking with medical professionals about SeroVital and her recent paper, "The Role of Growth Hormone in Female Fertility and Case Reports of Augmented Fertility with SeroVital."
"This is exciting research," says Dr. Heaton. "Because many women are postponing the decision to have children well into their 40's in order to pursue professional degrees, career advancement or financial security, SeroVital's ability to stimulate hGH production, naturally may be an important component in supporting fertility especially for this group of women."
SeroVital has enjoyed a cult-like following since its introduction in 2013, although mass distribution was initially compromised by the mistaken belief that SeroVital contained actual hGH. It does not.
As advertised, and as attested to by the granting of 13 patents protecting the SeroVital formula, the SeroVital formula contains a precise combination of amino acids and other natural substances shown to raise hGH levels in both men and women across a wide age range by a mean of 682%.
Even though increased hGH has been associated with numerous anti-aging benefits – everything from increasing lean muscle mass and decreasing body fat to strengthening bones, boosting mood, improving libido, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, and now fertility, many medical experts are still skeptical, claiming the results are anecdotal and research results are preliminary.
"And that's why we continue to engage in research to further validate the potential of the Serovital formula," says Dr. Heaton.
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Last updated on: 17/10/2016
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