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  • Koutea - One Expensive Tea

    By Jimenez2K November 20, 2017

    Koutea is one of the recently added "weight loss supplements" to Moreniche's generous affiliate program. Those who want to make money off others' gullibility, might find this "deal" a very attractive one.

  • Anapolan Max 50: Definitely Not A 'Legal' Steroid Alternative

    By saab November 18, 2017

    Anapolan Max 50 is a muscle enhancement supplement that is claimed to be a 'legal' alternative to steroids. This supplement promises a number of benefits such as lean muscle gain, an increase in HGH production, and elevated testosterone levels. Additionally, Anapolan Max 50 also promises a whopping 15lbs of lean muscle mass gain within the first 45-60 days. Sold for $64.95 for a month's supply, this 'legal' steroid alternative is exclusively sold on the manufacturer's website.

  • Cut and Ripped Plus - an Unimpressive, Prop Blend Formula

    By Jimenez2K November 13, 2017

    Prop blend-based formulas are the pariahs of the dietary supplement industry, avoided by the experienced and often belittled by reviewers, on account of their total lack of transparency. HGH's Cut and Ripped Plus fits this mold perfectly.

  • AlphaMan Pro: Ridiculously Overpriced T-Booster

    By saab November 8, 2017

    AlphaMan Pro is a testosterone booster supplement that is claimed by the manufacturer to be made of 100% natural ingredients, which include Yohimbe bark and L-Arginine. These pills promise to boost testosterone levels, provide longer lasting erections, improved endurance, stamina, and overall enhancement of male health. Additionally, Alpha Man Pro is also marketed as a supplement that can reduce the risk of diabetes and enhance muscle growth. These pills are offered in risk-free trial packs but are sold for $99 plus any applicable shipping and handling, thereafter.

  • Forskolin 250 - The Umpteenth Iteration of the Forskolin Scam

    By Jimenez2K November 6, 2017

    What exactly sets Forskolin 250 apart from the scores of Forskolin-based supplement scams that came before it, or that will follow in its wake? Nothing really.

  • Neurofuse: Overpriced, Prop Blend-based Nootropic

    By saab November 1, 2017

    Neurofuse is a nootropic supplement that promises to improve brain health, cognition, memory, focus, energy, and overall well-being. These pills boast a blend of 12 key ingredients that are designed and scientifically studied to provide the following benefits: improved visual information processing reduced physical and mental fatigue, and reduction of stress and induced relaxation without sedating side effects. Additionally, Neurofuse offers a 'risk-free trial' where the customer may try the product for 14 days prior to placing a purchase. However, these pills are extremely pricey at $79.99, plus any shipping and handling, for a month's supply.

  • Aminogex Ultra Wins Supplement of the Month for November, 2017

    By ExAdmin November 1, 2017

    The winner of the coveted Supplement of the Month award for November, 2017 goes to Aminogex Ultra by VMI Sports Nutrition.

  • BlakePullen Wins Member of the Month for November, 2017

    By ExAdmin November 1, 2017 •   (5)

    The winner of the coveted Member of the Month award for November, 2017 goes to BlakePullen.

  • Herbal Nitro Wins Trusted Brand of the Month for November, 2017

    By ExAdmin November 1, 2017

    The winner of the coveted Trusted Brand of the Month award for November, 2017 goes to Herbal Nitro.

  • Garcinia Extra - Yet Another Garcinia Cambogia-based Fiasco

    By Jimenez2K October 30, 2017

    Garcinia Extra is another weight loss supplement attempting to ride the hype over Garcinia Cambogia, the "miracle" compound which saw its 5 minutes in the limelight at Dr. Oz's television show.

  • Pronabolin: Another Over Priced T-Booster That Barely Does Anything

    By saab October 25, 2017 •   (1)

    Pronabolin is a dietary supplement that is formulated to boost testosterone levels. Claimed to be safe and made with all natural ingredients, these pills promise not only to elevate test levels, but as well as enhancing male sexual health and performance, and burning fat specifically in the midsection area. Additionally, Pronabolin boasts to pack together nine ingredients that synergistically work to deliver on their promises. This supplement can be purchased on their official website for $79.95 for a month's supply, plus any shipping and handling, and can also be purchased in bundles. Surely, Pronabolin comes with bold promises which are easy to claim. The real question, however, is how strong and effective these pills are.

  • Phen24 - Lose Weight (or Money?) Day AND Night

    By Jimenez2K October 23, 2017

    Phen24 is an allegedly revolutionary weight loss solution, sold by a well-known and accordingly viewed supplement scam peddler: Wolfson Berg Ltd.

  • TestX Core: Too Much For An Underdosed T-booster

    By saab October 18, 2017

    TestX Core is a men's health supplement manufactured by Phenom Health that promises to boost free testosterone levels, as well as enhancing all aspects of physical performance. Heightened workouts, increased muscle mass and decreased body fat, enhanced stamina, and reduced fatigue are among the many benefits that this supplement promises to provide. Moreover, TestX Core also claims to heighten libido and improve overall male virility. Interesting enough, this supplement offers a free trial at a very minimal cost, but an actual supply good for a month is sold at $89.41 on their official website, and a few bucks less at $71.50 on Amazon. Sure enough, TextX Core comes with bold promises and a heavy price tag. The question, however, is, does this testosterone booster live to its claims?

  • VigRX Plus - A High Profile Scam

    By Jimenez2K October 16, 2017

    As male enhancement scams go, VigRX Plus is in a weight-class of its own. It has an extremely well built-up sales angle, complete with a celebrity endorser and scientific studies backing the "efficiency" of the concoction sold under this rather pompous name.

  • Lumonol: Underdosed, Lacks Scientific Data To Back Claims

    By saab October 11, 2017

    Lumonol is a nootropic supplement that is marketed to be 'engineered to elevate overall cognitive performance.' Additionally, this supplement promises to upgrade one's memory, focus, speed processing, and overall brain function. The manufacturer boasts that these brain pills contain "noopept," a 'breakthrough' patented ingredient that is claimed to be one of the most powerful nootropics available. Priced at $59.97 for a month's supply, Lumonol can be purchased from their official website.

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