UPDATED 05/11/2016

Resurrect Review
Resurrect Review

PUBLISHED: 06/15/2012 by brreader
Editor's Review: 1.7/5.0
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Resurrect is a formula advertised as a sleep therapy efficient for a restful, all night long, refreshing rest. Although it is advertised as a support for a restful sleep, Resurrect may also prove to be a reliable help in recovering faster from training and exercise. The information found while researching this product reveals this is a formula created especially for people who do intensive workouts and training.

The ingredient mix is an excellent support for muscle development, body fat reduction and for a faster recovery from training and exercise.

The manufacturer is Fahrenheit Nutrition, a reputable supplier of high-end nutritional supplements designed not only for athletes, but also for those who want to improve their physical condition through exercise.

Resurrect Ingredients

Resurrect contains the following ingredients: Maltodextrin, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Aspartame, Acesulfame Potassium.

Product Features

Resurrect is a mixture of amino-acids, herbal extracts, antioxidants and vitamins. It is advertised to promote leaner and harder bodies through the production of HGH. HGH (Human Growth Hormone) stimulates growth in children and adolescents. Synthetic HGH has been developed in mid ‘80’s and has been approved to treat several medical conditions.

The uses of HGH in products advertised as helpful in fat reduction, muscle building or strengthening the immune system has not however been approved by the FDA.

Products that claim to increase the body’s own production of HGH cannot provide any conclusive evidence to support their effectiveness in anti-aging processes or workout related activities. Moreover, recent studies have revealed no connection between HGH and athletic performance improvement of professional male athletes.

The recommended dose is 1-2 servings, ½- 1 scoop 30 minutes before bedtime with water. More than 1 scoop in a 24 hour period is forbidden.

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Advantages

  • Reputable manufacturer
  • Significant discounts offered by retailers
  • $2.5 sample available for order

Disadvantages

  • Not FDA approved
  • No evidence of claimed efficiency
  • No clinical trials performed on the formula

Conclusion

Resurrect is a supplement marketed as a sleep aid formula which will help people suffering from sleep disorders in getting a restful sleep. Another seemingly unrelated core benefit of Resurrect is that it provides help in building stronger bones, bigger muscles, leaner bodies, and more alert minds.

As most of the products from its category, Resurrect is supposed to work by increasing the level of Human Growth Hormone, responsible for muscle growth and fat burn. The manufacturer also claims the formula ensures a deep REM. However, no empirical evidence is provided to support any of the benefit claims.

The formula is not recommended for pregnant and nursing women. It may cause drowsiness so it is not recommended for people operating machinery or in combination with alcohol.

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