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The best deals on HGH enhancers for the new year

You’re throwing back some of the last morsels from New Year’s Eve, the diet and gym commercials are in full swing and you’re already mentally cataloging your diet for the next month. One of the best ways to help your body off the rails is by taking a supplement. My favorite of all time is SeroVital, a combination of amino acids that helps you shed fat, increase muscle and reduce wrinkles (Yay!). It doesn’t have Hgh in it, but the amino acid blend helps boost your own natural hgh levels. The only negative is the price – $99 for a 30 day supply. Costco members can get a 40 day supply for $99 and you occasionally catch it on sale at ULTA. Kohl’s also carries it- coupons don’t work but you can earn Kohl’s cash.

But I have a workaround – a similar product called Ageless Foundation UltraMax Gold Powder (I may get a commission from this link). You dissolve it in a glass of water and take it before bed, five days on, two days off. It costs a lot less than SeroVital, around $50 a month. My review is right here. Right now the best price on a 30 day supply of Ageless Foundation Powder is at AllStarHealth.com (affiliate link), $35.99 plus $5.95 for shipping. Go for the basic shipping – I usually get in within a couple days whether I’m in Las Vegas or Maryland.

Another alternative to SeroVital hgh

You may have seen my review of the popular SeroVital Hgh supplement. I really liked the results I got with it, but it is just too expensive for me. I spent some time searching around the net and found a similar product by Ageless Foundation Laboratories called  Ultra Max Advanced Rejuvenation Formula. I matched up the ingredient labels and barring the amounts (neither list amounts), they are pretty similar.

The results have been pretty much the same as when I was using SeroVital. I like this Ageless formula better because I get two days off a week when I don’t have to worry about spacing two hours to take the supplement. It sells for $59.99 on the company’s website, but I have got it for around $35 at sites like AllStarHealth.com
and Amazon.com. *This post contains affiliate links that provide compensation when readers click on the links.

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Update – 9/25/2013. I have been using this product now for about four months and I cannot live without it! I have my skin moisture levels have returned to the state they were in my 20’s and the supplement really helps me get stronger, longer workouts!