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Neugenisis Reviewed - Is It A Truly Effective HGH Releaser?


Some say that the benefits of this all-natural HGH releaser far surpass any HGH product available currently. Taken nightly, Neugenisis is a special formula coated specifically to withstand the acids of the stomach in order to completly absorb into the bloodstream. Countering claims from popular sprays, NeuLife Labs indicates that they went the tablet route with Neugenisis because they simply don't believe that sprays work. The concern over administering proper dosages of the key ingredients sublingually, drove the company to produce Neugenisis in the more common, time tested, safest form of supplementation.

This product claims to be very effective. In our research, we questioned several users to get their feedback. Reports of more energy, better sleep, and less pain in the joints were the most common immediate benefits. At a closer look we found an impressive combination of ingredients that were both potent and beneficial. Neugenisis contains many of the important amino acids including L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, and L-Leucine just to name a few. They combine these with a proprietary blend of GABA, which has been shown to stimulate the pituitary gland, Vitamin B6, Colostrum, Tribulus Terrestris (a herb that enhances vitality, libido, and energy)and 2 super Antioxidants, Grape Seed and Red Raspberry extract.

It might be easy, at first glance, to dismiss Neugenisis as another Amino stack. If looking closely, it is clear that this product is more. Yes, the amino acids are there, but the combination of other "feel good", "wellness" ingredients, Neugenisis just might deliver on the hype that has surrounded it since its launch.

Susan Arnold is currently completing her Graduate Studies in Nutritional Science. Ms. Arnold has contributed to many publications on the subject of Nutritional Supplementation. She has an interest in the AntiAging Nutritional Supplement Industry and looks forward to the publishing of her first book, AntiAging Supplementation, Fact or Fiction?


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