My friend Rico at the bar recommends that I take what he calls "workout booster pills" that he got online from Mexico. He said they're much cheaper than getting an HGH prescription at your clinic.
I understand that your friend Rico is recommending that you take “workout booster” pills that he got online from Mexico and that he said they're much cheaper than getting an HGH prescription at our clinic.
I would caution you against taking these pills. There are several reasons for this. First, you don't know what's in them. The pills may contain ingredients not listed on the label, which could be harmful.
Second, the pills may not be effective. No scientific evidence supports the claim that “workout booster” pills can help you build muscle or lose weight. Third, the pills may interact with other medications you are taking. This could lead to serious side effects.
I would recommend that you talk to the board-certified doctors at our clinic about your fitness goals, your health, and how HGH therapy – real HGH therapy – can help you reach your goals and the pinnacle of good health without undue side effects or risk. They can help you develop a safe and practical plan to reach your goals.
Here are some additional reasons why you should not take “workout booster” pills:
- The FDA does not regulate them. This means that there is no guarantee of their safety or effectiveness. There is also no guarantee that they actually contain what is on the label.
- Their unknown ingredients might well be addictive.
- They can cause serious side effects, including liver damage, heart problems, and seizures.
If you are still considering taking “workout booster” pills, I urge you to talk to our clinic’s doctors first.
They can help you understand the risks of these products and the benefits of real HGH therapy and make sure you make the right choice.
Rico also showed me ads for performance-boosting tablets from Macao and India, too.
Are they better than the ones from Mexico? They're only $50 for a two-month supply, and the ads say they are guaranteed to get me championship-level muscles in just two days!
I would not recommend taking performance-boosting tablets from Macao, India, or Mexico. No scientific evidence supports the claim that these tablets can help you build muscle or lose weight.
In fact, there is evidence that some of these tablets can be harmful. For example, some performance-boosting tablets contain steroids, which can have serious side effects, including liver damage, heart problems, and mood swings.
The fact that the ads say they are guaranteed to get you championship-level muscles in just two days is a red flag. There is no such thing as a magic pill that can help you achieve championship-level muscles in just two days. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
If you are still considering taking performance-boosting tablets, I urge you to contact our clinic today.
We will give you a simple, quick, and easy test that will definitively determine if you need and can benefit safely from hormone replacement therapy.
If you can, we’ll set up a custom program just for you, using strictly safe and US-sourced, US-regulated hormone products. It’s the only way to go if you value your health!
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