How-to Guides and Articles
- saab • August 2, 2017 • (1)
Test X180 Ignite by ForceFactor is a 'natural' testosterone booster supplement manufactured by ForceFactor. Sold at GNC, The Vitamin Shoppe, and its official website, this t-booster promises to deliver mind-blowing results: increased sex drive and libido, fat burning, and enhanced muscle mass, among others. Additionally, this supplement's formula is claimed by the manufacturer to be backed by 'smart science,' stating that their supplement is created by former Harvard University rowers. Listed at $69.99 (plus shipping and handling, and any applicable taxes) for a month's supply, this t-booster definitely comes with a hefty price tag.
- admin • August 1, 2017
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- admin • August 1, 2017 • (1)
The winner of the coveted Supplement of the Month award for August, 2017 goes to Thewhey by MyProtein.
- admin • August 1, 2017 • (8)
The winner of the coveted Member of the Month award for August, 2017 goes to Clipper83.
- admin • August 1, 2017 • (1)
The winner of the coveted Trusted Brand of the Month award for August, 2017 goes to Redcon1.
- admin • July 28, 2017
TheSupplementReviews.org's page on Testosterone Boosters simply lists 10 "recommended" scammy products that offer a large payout if you click the link on their site and buy them. We'll go through each, one-by-one, and then take a look into how they spammed their way to the #1 spot on Google.
- saab • July 26, 2017
Dubbed as the "pure bodybuilding dynamite," Trenbal is a supplement manufactured by Nutribal. These are blue pills that claim to be the 'legal' clone of the steroid Trenbolone which promises results that can be acquired by taking steroids without having to take real steroids. Additionally, they claim to deliver what most men dream of: bigger, stronger muscles, improved strength and stamina, and a boost in testosterone levels. Priced at $56.96 for a month's supply, Trenbal can't be purchased elsewhere but their official website. Surely, these blue pills come with intriguingly bold claims. However, the question is - does this supplement really work, or is it another [possible] waste of money?
- Jimenez2K • July 24, 2017 • (1)
On the surface, with Monster T, we're dealing with a run-of-the-mill scam testosterone booster. This one is backed by a REAL M.D. though...
- saab • July 19, 2017
Adderin is a brand of nootropics that claims to help the mind by improving memory, focus, processing speed, and flow state. Additionally, this supplement claims not just to enhance cognition but as well as overall power and energy without the crash and harmful side effects. Priced at $74.95 for a month's supply, Adderin definitely is one expensive brain pill.
- Jimenez2K • July 17, 2017 • (1)
Phenocal is another product from the not-too-savory Pharmaxa Labs, a weight loss supplement, the side effects of which may indeed hint to toxicity.
- saab • July 12, 2017
PhenQ is a weight loss supplement that boasts of having the 'powers of multiple weight loss supplements.' This diet pill claims to have a powerful new dieting formula that can burn stored fat, suppress the appetite, block fat production, and improve both mood and energy levels. Listed at $69.95 for a month's supply, PhenQ is definitely bordering the expensive side of supplements.
- 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?