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Olympic Speed Skater Jessica Smith Sees Big Results with Pituitary Support Supplement SeroDyne™ from Limitless Worldwide™

SALT LAKE CITY, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jessica Smith is skating her way into history. The 30-year-old speed skater boasts an impressive career: she's a four-time World Championship medalist and a twelve-time World Cup medalist. And she's had a big year. She wowed crowds when she dominated the U.S. Olympic speed skating trials, earning a spot in the recent Sochi Olympics in not one but THREE short-track speed skating events. And she recently broke U.S. records in both the 3,000 AND 500 meter distances. She credits her success to hard work, her coach, and help from a revolutionary new supplement called SeroDyne™ that helps improve a measurement of pituitary output and function.

Of course, for years athletes have been convinced that improving their pituitary output helps reduce body fat, increase lean muscle mass, improve endurance, and make them look younger, feel younger, and perform better both on and off the field. In recent years, even non-athletes — especially celebrities — have been turning to synthetic injections of a specific pituitary peptide to experience these benefits… despite the high cost and controversy surrounding them.

However, these synthetic injections have been banned by nearly every professional sporting body in the world. And while Smith relies on supplements to help her achieve peak levels of physical fitness and to help her body recovery more quickly from her strenuous workouts, she's always been extremely careful to make sure she never includes anything unhealthy or controversial in her supplement regime. She says, "For me as an Olympic athlete, products are a very big deal. If something's banned and you're taking it, that's your fault, and it's a serious problem. "

That's why she was so excited to discover SeroDyne. SeroDyne is sold by Limitless Worldwide™, an up-and-coming network marketing company that discovered a radical new amino acid compound that complements the body's natural production of a vital pituitary peptide after a single oral serving. The compound is called SeroVital®, and this orally administered, clinically tested secretagogue maximum strength formula supports pituitary health… at a tiny fraction of the cost of expensive injections. The research on this revolutionary compound was done at a prestigious university and evaluated pituitary function as measured by real, bioactive, serum peptide levels. In fact, the SeroVital compound found in SeroDyne has even been granted U.S. Patent Number 8,551,542 to protect the formula from imitators.

Limitless secured the rights to sell this compound in the network marketing industry, and then worked hard to get SeroDyne Tested and Certified by the NSF Certified for Sport® Program. NSF International is a completely independent, not-for-profit organization that helps protect consumers by certifying products and writing standards for food, water, and consumer goods. To meet the growing demands of athletes, coaches and all those concerned about banned substances in sports supplements, NSF International created the NSF Certified for Sport Program. This specially designed NSF program is a focused solution designed to minimize the risk that a dietary supplement or sports nutrition product contains banned substances.

Smith says, "Let's face it — I'm not the youngest competitor on the ice. So finding something that can give me an edge over the competition and help my body keep up with my rigorous training schedule is pretty amazing." She adds, "Plus, knowing that SeroDyne is NSF Certified for Sport made me feel really comfortable and willing to try it. I started taking it and I'm seeing big results, not only on the ice with training, but also with lifting weights. I've never been really big into lifting weights during the season, but with SeroDyne I've been able to lift and squat more than double my body weight, and still recover in time for my regular training. To recover quickly enough to be able to complete the next day of training, it's really mind blowing!"

Smith adds, "It's hard to find a product where you actually feel like you're getting results, but I noticed a difference right away. And breaking national records in both the 3,000 and 500 meter races proves for me that it's working. It's nice to know that I'm skating the fastest in that distance in the nation."

Steve and Melyn Campbell, the network marketing duo who cofounded Limitless Worldwide, say, "The main question we're asked about SeroDyne is, 'What is the difference between injections and SeroDyne?' Rather than introducing a synthetic substance into the body, SeroDyne is an oral supplement that supports pituitary health. Our distributors have been absolutely floored to be able to get their hands on SeroDyne… they've been so excited to try it for themselves! And people everywhere are more than just a little intrigued by an oral compound that can support pituitary health. But remember that as with everything else regarding your health, taking SeroDyne doesn't mean you can become a complete couch potato. SeroDyne is just one part of an overall healthy lifestyle."

The Campbells add, "We've been so excited to watch Jessica's success. We're honored to have her include Limitless Worldwide and SeroDyne as part of her training regime, and we know she'll continue to accomplish great things!"

To learn more about SeroDyne™ or Limitless Worldwide, visit www.LimitlessWW.com or call 1-800-429-4290.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. SeroDyne™ is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Jessica Smith is a dedicated SeroDyne user who received compensation for her partnership, including complimentary Limitless Worldwide products. Individual results will vary. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

SOURCE Limitless Worldwide

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