Amongst HGH releasers, many claim that Avatropin is in a class of its own. With plenty of accolades, raving reviews, and great ratings, it’s no surprise that this HGH-enhancing supplement has become one of the best-sellers on the market today.
After all, who wouldn’t want a boost to their overall health and physical performance right? That being said, there are no perfect options when it comes to health supplements.
Or is there? Has Avatropin bucked the status quo when it comes to finding flaws in supplements? We’re about to find out.
How It Functions
Avatropin, like many other HGH supplements available today, is classified as an HGH releaser. These HGH releasers are often viewed as being better alternatives to HGH injection treatments.
Containing no amounts of artificial HGH, releasers such as Avatropin are considered safer than HGH injections, but also just as effective – if not more.
Speaking of effectiveness, HGH releasers are designed to assist the pituitary gland and the body in naturally producing higher levels of HGH.
This is normally done by either stimulating the brain, to stimulate the pituitary gland, or by using a host of various ingredients designed to increase the pituitary gland’s HGH output.
As far as our understanding is concerned, Avatropin takes the latter route. And supposedly, as mentioned already, it does so in an extremely effective and efficient manner.
And of course, with this efficient manner of increasing HGH levels, Avatropin has the ability to provide users with all those anti-aging and performance-enhancing health benefits that always seem to circulate around HGH supplements.
That being said, the key to a supplement’s effectiveness always lies in its ingredients. So let’s take a look at some of these key ingredients found in Avatropin.
What It Contains
Before we list anything, we should note the fact that about a half of Avatropin’s blend is made up of various vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Magnesium, and more.
As for the other half of its blend, it’s made of these HGH-promoting ingredients that are tasked with the duty of assisting the pituitary gland. Further, these ingredients are found in one, big, proprietary blend. Here are a few of these ingredients, including:
•Deer Antler Velvet Extract – You may not know this, but deer antler extract is a great health benefactor that contains high amounts of another growth hormone known as IGF-1, or Insulin-like Growth Factor-1.
Basically, IGF-1 is a mirror image of HGH in terms of purpose and function. That being said, deer antler extract boasts of the same health benefits that HGH does. And as a matter of fact, it’s found inside Avatropin. How convenient is that!
•L-Arginine – You may have seen L-Arginine listed in other HGH-increasing supplements. This amino acid is known for its efficient ability to jumpstart a pituitary gland’s HGH output levels. On top of that, protein synthesis and cell replication are also enhanced when L-Arginine is present in a system.
•AstraGin – We’ve included AstraGin in this review because of its unique ability to decrease a body’s absorption time of nutrients. By increasing its absorption rate, AstraGin allows for other ingredients found in Avatropin to be more readily absorbed, thus, increasing their effectiveness and increasing the overall effectiveness of Avatropin itself.
•L-Lysine – Very last, but certainly not very least, you can also find the amino acid, L-Lysine in Avatropin. Known for its ability to increase the production of protein, L-Lysine is a great contributor when it comes to lean muscle gains.
Alongside its ability to enhance protein production, L-Lysine also serves as a converter, converting fat into energy, and as an absorber, absorbing much-needed calcium levels for the body to use properly.
What We’ve Learned
Just like everyone else who has reviewed Avatropin, we also agree that it contains a proven and capable blend of ingredients.
But what we don’t like about its blend, is the fact that it includes a gigantic proprietary blend. Not to be overly rude or anything, but we’ve never liked proprietary blends. That’s because they’re used at times to mask inefficiencies that a product may carry.
Along those lines, proprietary blends only include one dosage level – that being the dosage level for the ENTIRE blend. It would be nice to know what the individual dosage levels are for each and every ingredient found in the blend, wouldn’t it?
Alas, we are never afforded this information when it comes to proprietary blends. Needless to say, it’s hard to gauge the overall potency of an ingredient without knowing its exact dosage amount.
Remember, an ingredient is only effective if found in proven amounts.
To end, yes, Avatropin has all the tools in place to be a very effective product. But we’re not quite as sold on it as many others.
Now that doesn’t mean that you should go ahead and avoid Avatropin because of its proprietary blend. Plenty of other people have enjoyed the effects and benefits associated with its use. That goes a long way in telling us that this product is, indeed, probably a safe and effective option.
But it’s still important to weigh the pros and cons of a product, before making a final decision – even if that con is as trivial as a proprietary blend that doesn’t list exact dosage amounts.