Vitabase HGH Complex Review
What You Should Know
HGH, or human growth hormone, is associated with height, weight, cellular health and bone health. As the body ages, HGH levels tend to fall. Vitabase HGH Complex claims to boost HGH levels supplying health benefits, including muscle growth and organ health. Vitabase claims HGH Complex is an affordable alternative to HGH injections, but this is simply not true. The source of HGH in the supplement, bovine colostrum, is viewed as food and the body simply digests the colostrum and uses it for fuel. There is no natural boost in HGH.
List of Ingredients
Arginine, Ornithine, Lysine, Glutamine, Colostrum, Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate, Glycine.
The main ingredient in Vitabase HGH Complex is colostrum. Colostrum is derived from bovine or cow sources. The HGH content of the colostrum is irrelevant, because the stomach and intestines digest the ingredient and use it as a source of protein. The remaining ingredients are amino acids. Amino acids are commonly found in protein from plants and animals. These offer a long list of health benefits, but supplementation is not required in most cases. Some extreme athletes and patients with medical conditions may need amino acid supplementation, but the average dieter gets all they need from dietary protein sources.
Vitabase HGH Complex clearly claims to offer some impressive health benefits, including “weight loss, better skin, stronger bones and a healthier immune system.” The company does not bother to list clinical research to support these claims, but it does offer a list of resource links in the product description where the visitor can read more about the ingredients and weight loss. Most of the links pertain to losing weight, not HGH or other ingredients.
Vitabase HGH Complex sells for $19.95 per 60 capsules. The bottle lasts 30 to 60 days, depending on usage.
- Vitabase offers weight loss articles from healthy, government and educational websites.
- The supplement is priced lower than comparable products.
- All ingredients are listed on the official website.
- Amino acids are important for overall health.
- None of the resource links support HGH for weight loss.
- Bovine colostrum is digested as a protein source.
- HGH levels will not rise after taking the supplement.
- Not as effective as HGH injections.
- No before and after photos to support weight loss claims.
The weight loss industry is full of products claiming to increase human growth hormone. Unless the dieter is taking HGH injections, HGH levels will not rise. Food products claiming to increase HGH naturally are digested and used for protein. There are no proven fat burners, appetite suppressants or metabolism boosters in Vitabase HGH Complex. Dieters need to research all ingredients and look for clinical research before purchasing a supplement.