How-to Guides and Articles
- Jimenez2K • July 6, 2017 • (1)
Nitric Max Muscle is one of the most hyped muscle-building, pump-enhancing, all-natural, super-supplements out there. It promises a lot and it obviously rides the buzz around Nitric Oxide
- saab • July 5, 2017
Touted as 'the viagra for the brain,' Synapsyl is a brand of nootropics that promises to increase one's energy, maintain focus, and boost brain performance. These pills are listed for $44 for a month's supply, along with a flat rate shipping of $9.95. Formulated with ingredients that are all natural, this supplement comes with bold, promising claims. But the question here is - does synapsyl really deliver to its claims?
- admin • July 1, 2017
The winner of the coveted Supplement of the Month award for July, 2017 goes to Keep Dream-IN by Top Tier Athletics.
- admin • July 1, 2017
The winner of the coveted Trusted Brand of the Month award for July, 2017 goes to Sparta Nutrition.
- admin • June 30, 2017
With the 4th of July weekend right around the corner, I thought it would be interesting to look up some stats on how safe the roads actually are during this crazy weekend here in the US. To my surprise, it turns out that July 4th has the most motor vehicle deaths out of any day of the year here in the US, with January 1st (New Year's Day) coming a very close 2nd place.
- saab • June 28, 2017
MaleXPro is a male enhancement supplement that claims to improve sexual stamina, enhance erectile function, and stimulate nitric oxide production, overall enhancing male virility. Formulated with what they call 'clinically proven pro-sexual ingredients,' MaleXPro claims to have a revolutionary male enhancement formula that delivers maximum results. This male enhancement supplement is exclusively sold on their official website and is priced at $49 plus $9.95 shipping for a month's supply.
- saab • June 27, 2017
Leptigen is a weight loss supplement that claims to be 'a trusted name in weight loss, since 2008.' Formulated with branded ingredients and proprietary blends 'ChromeMate' and 'MeraTrim,' Leptigen promises safe and effective weight loss. Additionally, the manufacturer claims this product to be 'scientifically formulated' to not just accelerate fat loss but to diminish weight loss plateaus, boost metabolism, and control blood sugar levels. Priced at $109.95 for a month's supply, this supplement sure does come with a heavy price tag. And like many over-the-top supplements, does Leptigen really live to its hype?
- Jimenez2K • June 19, 2017
Virectin is one of Gentopia Laboratories' slightly suspicious supplements, which is marketed as a "powerful, all-natural male enhancement product", and which doesn't shy away from making generous promises and whipping up quite the hype in this regard.
DietSpotlight.com: Impossible to be "Unbiased" when recommending extremely overpriced "DietSpotlight Burn" as #1By admin • June 16, 2017 • (1)
For the last article I wrote, I spent several hours investigating and piecing together a link between a so-called "unbiased" reviews site and the products they recommend. With DietSpotlight.com, it took me just a few seconds to realize they were promoting their own product, "DietSpotlight Burn" as #1.
- saab • June 15, 2017
Bio-Rocket Blast is a t-booster supplement that claims to increase testosterone levels, enhance sex drive, and boost muscle growth. On top of that, this supplement promises sharper mental focus, increased lean muscle mass and fat loss, and boost stamina. Bio-Rocket Blast can't be bought elsewhere but their official website. However, the prices aren't displayed anywhere.
ConsumerHealthDigest.com: Dishonest Review Site, Ranking their Own Products as #1, Hypocritical Legal Threats Against Real Unbiased ReviewsBy admin • June 14, 2017 • (5)
ConsumerHealthDigest.com claims to be an unbiased supplement reviews site, however their #1 ranked product for almost every category is an unknown product from what seems like the same company. While this connection isn't immediately obvious, my relentless digging around revealed some undeniable connections.
- Jimenez2K • June 12, 2017 • (3)
The idea of slapping names reminiscent of those of hardcore anabolic steroids on a selection of rather randomly dosed and formulated "all natural" dietary supplements, must look like a spark of true genius for the marketers of shady, scammy, expensive fitness products, for which no one is ever willing to accept any sort of responsibility.