Be Wary of Growh Hormone Supplements

Consumerlab.com, looked at a number of supplements promoted either as containing or having the ability to release growth hormone, a naturally occurring protein that prompts bone and muscle growth. Most products the study reviewed, often advertised in e-mail messages with lines like "Increase Muscle Mass" and "Look and Feel 20 Years Younger," had, at most, trace amounts of the hormone or the substance intended to release it. Most of these products you find in spam emails had virtually no...

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