Monday, June 22, 2009
OK-One big question- Does this supplement really boost EPO (supported by studies)? Check out the website here.
"Active components of EPO-BOOST™ have been demonstrated in university athletes to increase blood EPO levels in excess of 90%. These studies have been peer-reviewed and published in medical journals. EPO-BOOST™ is guaranteed 100% to enhance performance in 30 days or less. "
"EPO-BOOST™ is supported by clinical research, and active compounds specially prepared in the proprietary BodyEndurance™ complex have been cited in over 5,575 scientific studies"
I am very curious why the studies mentioned here are not referenced.
EPO, short for erythropoietin, is a hormone involved in increased red blood cell production. Typically endurance athletes live and train at high altitude in order to boost EPO.
Does this stuff really work? I guess it will cost you $60 or so to find out.