I have to give a very average rating to this product because I cant frankly, work out what it is supposed to do.
Just reading the tub circa 2007 required a PHD and I was lucky to be able to buy those top shelf supplements at the time and wanted to give it a go. Its supposed to be the first DNA altering or activating supplement, or something of that ilk but even after 20 years training I am not sure what that even means.
None the less I hadnt felt let down by any MuscleTech
brands at the time, Nitro-Tech
had all proven effective to me. So I gave it a go.
First off, this is the single most disgusting tasting supplement I have ever tasted. Its about as artificial as you can possibly imagine. maybe thats part of its charm.. but not for me.
Secondly when you are using a whey, creatine and thermogenic
stack how on earth can you tell if your genetic make up is being altered... I think its best to stick to the proven basics. Protein, Creatine, BCAAs
Its just fair to say.. Anator is a very ambiguous product and if you are lucky enough to be able to afford a huge stack of 4 or five supplements then I dont recommened you consider Anator one of them.
- Not Effective
- Too Expensive