GenF20 Plus Review
What You Should Know
GenF20 Plus is a human growth hormone supplement that claims to provide anti-aging benefits, among other benefits, to the user. The ingredients in the formula are not proven to have anti-aging qualities, but that doesn’t stop the company from making the claims. The Food and Drug Administration does not regulate products like GenF20 Plus, so as long as one or more of the ingredients are associated with the functions claimed, the company is well within laws. However, just because an ingredient is used for a particular purpose in the body does not mean taking that ingredient in supplement form will evoke a better response.
List of Ingredients
- Astragalus Root Extract
- Deer Velvet Antler
- Pituitary Anterior Powder
- Phosphatidyl Choline
- GTF Chromium
- Oral Spray:
- Alpha GPC
- Mucuna Pruriens
- Moomiyo Extract
- Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate
The GenF20 Plus program is made up of two supplements – a tablet and oral spray. Both have generally the same ingredients and neither is clinically proven. The majority of the ingredients are amino acids, which work to promote HGH production, but supplementation does not increase said production. The human body will only produce so much HGH naturally. The only means of increasing HGH above natural production is with HGH injections and, as stated on the GenF20 Plus website, those injections can cost thousands of dollars.
The company gives a brief explanation of each of the ingredients in the formula. Some of the explanations are based on proven body response and others on claimed effect with no clinical backing. What concerned us the most was the claim of increased metabolism and weight loss. There is mention of resveratrol, green tea and acai berry, but these ingredients are not found in the GenF20 Plus supplement. If they are in the supplement, the company did not bother to list them on the ingredient list.
- A list of ingredients is available on the GenF20 Plus website – though it may not be complete.
- May support amino acid function.
- Claims to promote healthy metabolism and weight loss – no clinical proof.
- Claims to promote healthy HGH levels – no clinical proof.
- Contains deer velvet antler – banned by some sports.
We are not convinced that GenF20 Plus will have any effect on weight loss, metabolism or human growth hormone production. The company makes a ton of claims, but backs none of the claims up with research. Dieters are smart and they want to see the facts behind the claims or they simply won’t buy your product.