GenF20 Plus Review: Stay in Your Prime Years

Man and Woman running at the beach in their prime years with GenF20.

Who says you’re past your prime?

Aren’t you smarter and more experienced now than you have ever been? 

You don’t let other people define when you should be put out in the pasture. Not when you still want to keep learning and to keep growing.

However, your body has to keep up with you.  

When Our Bodies Age

An old woman sitting with her hands on her lap, portraying aging.

As we age, our cells are less able to divide and regenerate in order to function well.[1] Fatty substances accumulate in the cells and many organs lose mass.[1] Which can result to the following:

  • Chronic Pain

Overtime, our bodies develop wear and tear on our tendons and bones. This causes pain and inflammation in joints and muscles such as arthritis and back pain. 

  • Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

Blood vessels lose their elasticity, diminishing their ability to dilate for better blood flow throughout the organ systems. With “stiffer” arteries, the heart has to work even harder to push blood throughout the body.

  • Risk of Diabetes

As our cells become less effective in processing sugar into energy, our blood sugar becomes too high, which can damage and harden blood vessels, resulting to high blood pressure. 

  • Weight Gain

Aging also decreases the body’s ability to metabolize protein, fat and sugar. Subcutaneous fat lessens and visceral fat (found in the abdominal cavity) increases. This results to a muffin top. 

As muscle mass reduces with age, there is decreased caloric burn that leads to weight gain. 

  • Risk of Osteoporosis

Bone density and strength begin to decline in the age of 40s and beyond, resulting in brittle bones that can lead to fractures and hip dislocations. Women are more at risk for this condition.

  • Sexual Dysfunction

Aging affects the endocrine system to release less hormones, affecting menopause in women and erectile dysfunction in men. Aging cells also puts men in the risk of enlarged prostate.

  • Skin Problems

As we age, our skin has reduced elasticity and ability to regenerate healthy cells. This leads to dry skin, age spots, wrinkles and acne scarring.

  • Urinary Problems

Aging causes the bladder wall to be less stretchy and less capable to hold as much urine, resulting in an overactive bladder. Some experience incontinence due to weak bladder muscles or an enlarged prostate gland. Some are not even able to fully empty their bladder due to urinary retention.

How Human Growth Hormone can Help You

Man and Woman Nordic Walking through grass.

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is secreted from the anterior pituitary gland. This hormone bonds with certain cells to result to cell regeneration and division. 

For example, HGH stimulates the production of protein which are the building blocks to making new cells. 

It also stimulates the liver and other tissues to secrete IGF-1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor 1). IGF-1 then stimulates cell reproduction in bones (chondrocytes) and muscles (myoblasts), maintaining the body’s muscle mass and bone strength. 

With HGH, a cascade of benefits follow:

  • Ample protein supply to build shiny, healthy hair.
  • Ample protein supply to build a more elastic skin (with less wrinkling). 
  • Ample protein supply for stronger nails.
  • Energy supply for activities that need short bursts of strength (which affects sexual stamina). 
  • Breaks down fat into energy.

What does WebMD say about using Growth Hormone?

Increasing growth hormone for healthy aging purposes is not yet FDA-approved.[56] 

Why?

There are not yet enough studies to confirm its effectivity and explore its long term side effects.  Medical experts are concerned about people taking synthetic HGH Injections. Possible side effects include:

  • Neuromuscular pain
  • Joint pain
  • Swelling
  • High cholesterol levels
  • Skin numbness and tingling
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Increase risk of diabetes 
  • Induce tumor growth

HGH Injections are also expensive, costing between $1000 to $5000 a month from a legitimate company. 

There are also HGH tablets available. However, HGH taken orally is not effective for it’s disintegrated in the stomach acid before it can be absorbed by the body. 

Producing HGH the safe and Natural Way

According to the website of  GenF20, it would be safer if the body produces the HGH itself. This way, the body can regulate how much HGH it really needs. Your body just needs help producing it more. 

How GenF20 Plus is Different

GenF20 Tablets and GenF20 Oral Spray.

There are plenty of supplements that stimulates the body to release more HGH rather than be injected with a foreign source. They are called HGH releasers.

However, GenF20 stands out from the rest of the HGH Releasers supplements with its three features:

1. Enteric Coating for Optimal Absorption

Remember how HGH supplements are deemed ineffective because the stomach breaks its compounds down before it gets absorbed? 

Each GenF20 tablet has an enteric coating that protects its vitamins and minerals from being broken down in the stomach acid. Once it enters the small intestines, all of its ingredients are then absorbed by 80-90% instead of only 10-15%. 

2. 16 Powerful Ingredients

GenF20 has 16 powerful ingredients that:

  • Keeps your anterior pituitary gland healthy to release natural HGH.
  • Enhances the effect of your HGH.
  • Regulates hormones through your endocrine system.

There are less risks for HGH side effects if the body produces HGH instead of receiving synthetic HGH as your body is the one regulating HGH that your body needs

Once it has its fill of HGH, it would use the components of the ingredients for other organ needs. 

3. Optional Oral Spray 

A complementary oral spray that contains more HGH boosters. Since GenF20 tablets are already full of HGH releasing ingredients, their company, Leading Edge Health, decided to add Alpha GPC, a newly-discovered high HGH releasing ingredient in a form of a spray.

And last but not the least…

4. Proven by Clinical Trial 

Since HGH stimulates the production of IGH-1, a 2012 study found that there’s a significant increase of IGH-1 levels (by 28.57%) in subjects 40 years old and above who have taken 2 GenF20 tablets twice a day and 4ml of GenF20Plus Oral spray a day.[7] 

However, the study duration of 12 weeks was not enough to assess significant improvement on libido, sleep, energy and body weight of treatment group compared to placebo.[7] A longer clinical trial is needed before these results could be confirmed or not.[7]  

The GenF20 Ingredients: How do they Work?

Remember how GenF20 stimulates your body to produce natural HGH? It can use the GenF20’s components for other benefits once it has its own fill of HGH for the day.

Main Ingredients Benefits
L-Arginine (130 mg)
  • Can increase resting growth hormone by a minimum of 100%.
  • Can be converted by the body into nitric oxide that causes blood vessels to relax, allowing increased blood flow throughout the body. 
  • Can also stimulate the release of insulin and other substances. 

Fish, meat, cheese are rich in l-arginine, an ingredient of GenF20.

Did You Know?

L-Arginine is effective for men suffering from erectile dysfunction for it increases blood flow in the penile tissue, creating harder and longer erections.

L-Glutamine (115 mg)
  • Glutamine is produced by muscles to become energy to different types of cells.
  • Protects the body from muscle loss by supplying cells with glutamine.
  • Important source of cell energy for the digestive and immune system

Beef or red meat are rich in L-Glutamine, an ingredient of GenF20.

Did You Know?

L-Glutamine protects the body from harmful bacteria and toxins by maintaining the barrier between the inside of the intestines and the rest of the body.

L-Glycine (100 mg)
  • A component of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant that dwindles with age.
  • Gives your muscles quick, short bursts of energy because it’s a component of energy creatine. 
  • Provides shape and structure to numerous types of cells such as muscles, skin and bone for it’s a component of collagen. 

Legumes are rich in L-Glycine, an ingredient of GenF20.

Did You Know?

A 2017 review has documented that glycine has the potential to protect from muscle wasting.

L-Lysine (100 mg)
  • Prevents osteoporosis by helping absorb and retain calcium.
  • Promote cell regeneration and repair by being a component of collagen.

Eggs are rich in L-Lysine, an ingredient of GenF20.

Did You Know?

In a randomized double-blind controlled study in 2017, it was found that lysine supplementation normalized the blood pressure of 180 subjects 18 to 45 years old.

L-Tyrosine (100 mg)
  • Helps in regulating mood, memory, bodily response to stress and cell growth through its participation in the production of hormones such as
    • Dopamine (regulates mood, memory and motor skills)
    • Adrenaline and noradrenaline
    • Thyroid hormones (helps maintain metabolism)

Cheese is rich in L-Tyrosine which is an ingredient of GenF20.

Did You Know?

In a 2015 study, Tyrosine was found to enhance cognitive flexibility (the ability to switch between tasks or thoughts) in 22 participants.

Astragalus Root Extract (60 mg)
  • Prevents illness by increasing the production of white blood cells.
  • Can help lower blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes.
  • Prevents protein from being expelled in the urine by maintaining healthy kidneys. 

Astragalus Root prevents proteinuria and is an ingredient of GenF20.

Did You Know?

In vitro studies have shown that astragalus affects cell death in cancer cells.

Deer Antler Velvet (50 mg)
  • Can alleviate arthritis with its levels of chondroitin sulfate which helps in cartilage repair. 
  • Reduces joint pain further with prostaglandins, anti-inflammatory properties. 

Deer Antler Velvet can reduce joint pain and is a GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

In Chinese medicine, deer velvet is used to treat low libido and impotence for it contains sex hormones such as testosterone.

GABA (50 mg)
  • Raises HGH levels by deepening sleep.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Reduces mental and physical fatigue. 

Broccoli is rich in GABA and is an GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

It was found in a 2008 study that taking GABA supplement increases HGH by 400% at rest and 200% after exercise. 

Colostrum (50 mg)
  • Bovine Colostrum is a fluid similar to milk that are released from cows after they have given birth.
  • Highly nutritious than regular milk.
    • Improves the immune system with antibodies and lactoferrin.
    • Rich in protein-based hormones, IGF-1 (which builds bone and muscle)and IGF2 (stimulates cell growth and division in many different tissues).

Cow Colostrum or Bovine Colostrum is a GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

In a small 2007 study, it was found that 10 grams of bovine colostrum a day for 5 weeks prevented post exercise decrease of immune cells and significantly prevented upper respiratory infection compared to placebo.

L-Valine (40 mg)
  • Cannot be produced by the body.
  • Increases endurance with its role in muscle tissue recovery.
  • Important for smooth transition of impulses within the nervous system.

Kidney beans is rich in L-Valine which is a GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

A small study was done on 2000, discovering that essential amino acids supplementation (l-valine included) can significantly increase aerobic muscular endurance.

Pituitary (Anterior Powder) (30 mg)
  • GenF20 didn’t specify what animal the pituitary powder came from.
  • There are not enough studies exploring the benefits of Anterior Pituitary Powder.
  • There is only a rationale that the consumption of Anterior Pituitary Powder can increase HGH. 
Phosphatidyl Choline (25 mg)
  • Maintains a healthy liver which is needed to secrete IGF-1.
  • Increases acetylcholine in the brain which improves memory and cognitive function.
  • Prevents ulcers and inflammation in the digestive tract. 

Peanuts are rich in phosphatidylcholine which is a GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

In a 2017 human study, it was found that low levels of Phosphatidyl Choline is correlated to Alzheimer’s Disease.

L-Ornithine (25 mg)
  • Can reduce fatigue and when combined with arginine, can improve strength and power
  • Maintains normal levels of HGH by preventing chronic liver disease.
  • Prevents muscle wasting from wound healing by supplying other cells with amino acids to create new tissue.

Meat is rich in L-Ornithine which is a GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

Two studies confirmed faster recovery and increased bursts of energy. However, another study found that l-ornithine does not affect performance or recovery. More studies are needed to confirm L-ornithine’s involvement in improving athletic performance. 

GTF Chromium (0.1 mg)
  • Glucose Tolerance Factor Chromium is a naturally occurring form of chromium that is safer than other forms of chromium and is more easily absorbed by the body.
  • Transports glucose from blood and into peripheral tissues together with insulin.
  • Stimulates the release of HGH by lowering blood sugar.

Liver is rich in GTF Chromium which is a GenF20 ingredient.

Did You Know?

In a small 2017 study, it was found that a drink containing  GTF Chromium and amino acids lower blood sugar spikes after eating.

Any Safety Concerns?

GenF20 is CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) certified.  

Natural herbs, minerals and extracts would still have side effects as it affects the body. It is advised to avoid taking GenF20 if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. 

GenF20 is a supplement so there is no need for a doctor’s prescription. It’s simply a health booster. However, if you’re taking medications or recently had surgery, it’s best to consult your doctor before taking GEN20. 

The following ingredients below are listed with the dosages that are explored and confirmed safe by WebMD. 

Main Ingredients Duration of Safety
L-Arginine (130 mg) Possibly safe for a majority of people. 
L-Glutamine (115 mg) Likely safe when orally taken by 40g daily. 
L-Glycine (100 mg) Possibly safe for a majority of people. 
L-Lysine (100 mg) Possibly safe for a majority of people. 
L-Tyrosine (100 mg) Safe for oral use of up to 150 mg/kg per day for up to 3 months. 
Astragalus Root Extract (60 mg) Possibly safe for doses up to 60 grams per day for up to 4 months.
Deer Antler Velvet (50 mg) Possibly safe for a majority of people when orally taken for up to 12 weeks. 
GABA (50 mg) Safe to be orally taken up to 12 weeks. 
Colostrum (50 mg) Likely safe when taken orally for a majority of adults.
L-Valine (40 mg) Possibly safe to be orally taken up to 2 years. 
Pituitary (Anterior Powder) (30 mg) No studies found.
Phosphatidyl Choline (25 mg) Possibly safe but long term safety use is unknown. 
L-Ornithine (25 mg) Possibly safe when taken 500 mg daily for up to 8 weeks.
GTF Chromium (0.1 mg) Possibly safe when taken 1 mg is taken orally up to 6 months. In small studies, Chromium was 0.2-1 mg was safely taken daily for up to 2 years. 

You can safely try GenF20 for two months and see if it’s for you. Which is fitting because one bottle of GenF20 contains 120 tablets. Its normal dosage is 2 tablets twice a day. Two at breakfast and two at dinner. One bottle can last a month. 

This goes well with their 67-days Money BackGuarantee. You have two months to try GenF20 and 7 days to get 2 empty containers shipped back from the time of delivery.

How Long Should I Take GenF20 before I Start Seeing Results?

Supplements need to nourish the body first. Before results could be seen, GenF20 would be supplying all the nutrients the body has been lacking. For GenF20, the minimum is three weeks. But according to their customer service, it would take two months to achieve best results. 

What about the GenF20 Plus Oral Spray?

GenF20 Oral Spray Secretagogue

The GenF20 Plus oral spray is made to complement the tablets. When the newly discovered Alpha GPC was studied, their company decided to add it as an oral spray because the tablet already has a good formula of its combined ingredients. 

The secretagogue is sprayed under the tongue 3 times twice daily on or under tongue for sublingual absorption.  

Main Ingredients Benefits Safety
Alpha GPC Shown to increase HGH levels by stimulating the release of acetylcholine. Safe.
GABA Raises HGH levels by deepening sleep. Safe to be orally taken up to 12 weeks.
Mucuna Pruriens (seeds) Contains Levodopa which is converted by the body into dopamine, a mood regulator Possibly safe for a majority of people when taken orally for up to 20 weeks.
Moomiyo Extract May aid in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome. More studies needed to explore safety and side effects.
Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate Makes muscle protein after surgery or stroke. It also increases insulin. Safe when orally taken with medical supervision.
L-Glutamine Protects the body from muscle loss by supplying cells with glutamine. Likely safe when orally taken by 40g daily.
L-Arginine Can increase resting growth hormone by a minimum of 100%. Possibly safe for a majority of people.
L-Lysine Promote cell regeneration and repair by being a component of collagen. Possibly safe for a majority of people.
L-Valine Increases endurance with its role in muscle tissue recovery. Possibly safe to be orally taken up to 2 years.
L-Isoleucine Important in building proteins and in wound healing. Possibly safe to be orally taken up to 2 years.
L-Tyrosine Helps in regulating mood, memory, bodily response to stress and cell growth. Safe for oral use of up to 150 mg/kg per day for up to 3 months.
Glycine Gives your muscles quick, short bursts of energy because it’s a component of energy creatine. Possibly safe for a majority of people.

Staying in Your Prime Years through GenF20 Plus

Men in their prime hiking on dry hot mountains.

GenF20 has a lot of good ingredients that increase HGH and enhance the HGH effect on the body. However, it does have one or two ingredients that need more studies to confirm their effectiveness. The fact that little information can be found about Anterior Pituitary Powder is concerning. 

But GenF20 is backed by its own clinical trial, proving that it can increase IGF-1 by 28.57%. In a review platform, TrustPilot website, GenF20 Plus reviews has  a significant number of happy customers. It has an excellent rating by 45% in its 53 reviews. Customers have reported better looking skin, hair and nails with increased energy and improved mood. Others have reported of slimming in GenF20 reviews. 

Be aware that your body may have a side effect to any of its ingredients and that each ingredient has a duration that you can safely take orally. Fortunately, GenF20 can be tried out in two months to see the best results and it goes well with its money back guarantee of 67 days. 

With its policy and duration to see results, you can try it yourself and see the results and if it’s not for you, you can get your money back. Either way, you win. 

So if you want your body to keep up with your fiery spirit, GenF20 Plus may be for you. All you need to do is to act today. 

 

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