How-to Guides and Articles
- Jimenez2K • May 29, 2017 • (1)
Achieving Zero and Rezults Zero are two fat-burner products which feature the same composition, and are - for all intents and purposes - the clones of one another. Why would someone go through the trouble of rebranding a product?
- saab • May 24, 2017 • (1)
Synagen IQ is a nootropic supplement that claims to be a "revolutionary, clinically-proven smart pill" that will help its consumers think faster, remember everything, enhance focus, and eliminate brain fog. Priced at $84.71, this supplement ridiculously promises results like what is seen in the movie "Limitless." Now, this claim just sounds out of this world and I can't help but wonder - does Synagen IQ really deliver to its claims, or is it nothing but another supplement fad?
A Gradual Decline in Attention Span with the Rise of Mobile: A look at 60 million visits to our site since 2010By admin • May 24, 2017
As the webmaster of SupplementReviews.com, I'm constantly analyzing data and trying to improve some key metrics. One of the most important metrics is the average session duration: how long the average visitor spends on the site.
- Jimenez2K • May 22, 2017
SilaLive Silica is a Diatomaceous Earth-based supplement which is supposed to detoxify and cleanse the user's body and soul of everything that's bad. Indeed, the promises made on the official SilaLive website cover all that and much more.
- Jimenez2K • May 17, 2017
NooCube is apparently one of the more popular nootropics out there, designed to enhance focus, memory and mental speed. Learning in general is also targeted by this brain supplement, which is apparently supposed to deliver its benefits by increasing the levels of acetylcholine in the brain.
- admin • May 15, 2017 • (1)
Please write a brief intro here.One of the great things about the SR TROOPs is that we collect a lot of data about the products our TROOPers obtain through the program. Of particular interest is the start/completion dates of their runs and which products might have overlapped.
FITCREWUSA TST 1700 and MUSCLE X TST 1700: Identical Labels, Different Brands, Same Marketing GimmicksBy saab • May 15, 2017
FITCREWUSA TST1700 is a testosterone booster that is directly manufactured by FitCrewUSA. Priced at $89.95 for a month's supply, this testosterone booster claims to naturally increase the body's muscle building ability along with an enhanced stamina and libido. While Muscle X TST 1700, on the other hand, is also a testosterone booster carrying the same "TST 1700" branding. Also priced at $89.95 for a month's supply, this supplement promises extreme endurance, increased muscle performance, and enhanced focus. Both products carry the name "TST 1700", claim to guarantee promising results, and are being sold at a ridiculously expensive price tag. Now, the question here is - do these T-boosters live up to their claims, or are they nothing but a [possible] waste of money?
- saab • May 10, 2017
Male Extra is a male enhancement supplement that promises to boost blood flow and stamina, overall improving one's manhood. Formulated with what they call a "unique, powerful" blend of ingredients, this supplement claims to be the most potent male enhancement pill in the market. Priced at $64.95 for a bottle [good for a month's supply] ($197.95 for 3+1, $249.90 4+2), these pills sure aren't cheap. Now the question is - does Male Extra deliver to their promises?
- Jimenez2K • May 8, 2017
TestRX is yet another testosterone booster aimed mostly at men aged 30-45, which isn't shy at all when it comes to promises. Among a number of other benefic effects, it promises to help build muscle, to aid with weight-loss and to boost sex-drive.
- saab • May 5, 2017 • (1)
NiacinMax is a niacin-based supplement in the form of fast dissolving strips that claims to increase HGH, blood flow, and improve oxygen circulation - overall enhancing one's athletic performance. Sold for $39.99/30 strips ($79.98/60+30 strips, and $119.97/90+60 strips), this supplement comes with an expensive price tag. Now the question here is: does NiacinMax live to its hype?
- Jimenez2K • May 3, 2017 • (1)
Xcyterin - its name a rather clear indication - is a male enhancement product, specifically aimed at inducing sexual excitement, and triggering longer and harder erections. On the official site of the supplement, a number of extremely bold claims are made, some of which are so bold in fact, that they cut right across the border of credibility.
- admin • May 1, 2017
The winner of the coveted Supplement of the Month award for May, 2017 goes to Total War by Redcon1.
- saab • April 27, 2017 • (2)
Capsiplex Sport is a pre-workout supplement that promises increased energy, strength, focus and an additional burn of 278 calories - all these by taking ONLY ONE pill, 30 minutes before a workout. At a glance, this blend of niacin, L-arginine, caffeine, piperine, and capsicum extract seems like a miracle concoction specifically formulated for athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
- Jimenez2K • April 23, 2017
Phentaslim - as its name lets on - is a diet pill which promises - with noble brevity - to destroy your body fat, while dealing a mortal blow to your hunger pangs. The product is seemingly the answer to the prayers of everyone who's ever struggled with excess body fat and weight loss problems. What exactly does the official Phentaslim site promise though?