Follistatin-Max helps to increase muscle mass and reverse sarcopenia lost as a result of aging and a low protein diet.
Follistatin is a natural glycoprotein that we gradually lose to the natural process of aging. When we supplement with Follistatin-Max nasal spray, we help to block the processes of aging which cause sarcopenia or muscle wasting. These processes are not a disease. Instead they are caused by aging, a completely natural process. Follistatin blocks the receptors for myostatin, and thus, with the help of exercise, suitable proteins, and testosterone, we gain muscle mass.
Second, follistatinalso known asactivin-binding proteinis a proteinthat in humans is encoded by theFST gene. Follistatin is an autocrine-glycoproteinthat is expressed in nearly all tissues of higher animals. Its primary function is the binding and bioneutralization of members of the TGF-Beta superfamily with a particular focus on action. See Wikipedia for references and further details.
Third, researchers have demonstrated that muscle mass increases by about 20 to 25 percent in mice. See Hum Mol Genet. 2009 Mar 15; 18(6), pages 997–1005.
Fourth, researchers have shown that longevity in mice increases by about 30 percent. See Hum Mol Genet. 2009 Mar 15; 18(6), pages 997–1005 and figure one below.
Figure 1. Control mouse on left. Mouse on right was injected with five doses of follistatin and its muscles increased significantly over a one month period.
We offer Follistatin-Max at a reduced price of 89 US dollars per 1-bottle including shipping. Each bottle contains 60 sprays of 10 IU each. (Retail value = $119.00). 6ml bottle, 500IU liquid (60 sprays) for nasal, sublingual or topical application. For best effect, use it together with OxyMax for a more optimal repair and preservation of muscle mass. Apply nasally for best effect. If used under the tongue, half the dose is swallowed.
The FDA has not evaluated these claims. No claims are made to correct or cure a disease. Problems caused by aging are not considered to be diseases. Instead, they are natural processes encountered during aging.