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  • SilaLive - a Massively Overpriced Product with Questionable Effects and Side Effects

    By Jimenez2K 9 hours ago

    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.

  • NooCube - Big Promises, Shoddy, Prop Blend-Based Ingredient Profile

    By Jimenez2K 5 days ago

    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.

  • FITCREWUSA TST 1700 and MUSCLE X TST 1700: Identical Labels, Different Brands, Same Marketing Gimmicks

    By saab 7 days ago

    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?

  • Male Extra: Misleading and Overpriced

    By saab 12 days ago

    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?

  • TestRX - Extremely Expensive, Fails to Convince Ingredients-wise

    By Jimenez2K 2 weeks ago

    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.

  • NiacinMax: Pricey Strips That Are Possibly Ineffective

    By saab 2 weeks ago •   (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?

  • Xcyterin - Bold Claims, Little to No Proof to Back Them

    By Jimenez2K 3 weeks ago

    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.

  • Capsiplex Sport: Expensive Yet Underdosed

    By saab 4 weeks ago •   (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.

  • Phentaslim - Expensive, with an Unimpressive Ingredient-profile

    By Jimenez2K 4 weeks ago

    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?

  • Nugenix - An Overpriced, Prop Blend-based, Dubious Testosterone Booster

    By Jimenez2K 5 weeks ago

    Nugenix is a natural free testosterone booster, made - or at least sold - by Direct Digital LLC and it is apparently a bestseller at various online supplement retailers, such as GNC,, Walgreens and Vitamin World, among others. The official site of the product squarely claims that Nugenix makes people feel stronger, it increases sex drive and it boosts free testosterone.

  • PrimeMale: An Underdosed, Overpriced, and Possibly Ineffective T-Booster

    By saab 5 weeks ago

    Dubbed as "the red pill," PrimeMale is a testosterone booster that claims to "turn back the clock in male aging" and boost one's testosterone levels within a matter of weeks. Priced at $69 for a month's supply ($138 for two months, and $207 for three months plus one box free), PrimeMale confidently claims promising results. But, does PrimeMale really deliver on their claims?

  • Touted as a Miracle Diet Pill, Muscletronic is Overpriced and Possibly Useless

    By Jimenez2K 6 weeks ago

    Like so many similar-caliber supplements out there, Muscletronic claims to be "a powerful training supplement designed to help you build muscle, burn fat and stay on point mentally during workouts". Unfortunately, at a closer look, everything about this "miracle formula" points to it being little more than a classic case of "way too good to be true" at best, and a downright swindle at worst.

  • Doesn't Monitor Reviews: Here's a List of 100 of the Biggest Shills on

    By admin 6 weeks ago •   (4)

    To me, the most important part of running SR is making sure that we keep our reviews HONEST. Why on earth would anyone want to read our reviews if they were clearly written by reps and shills?

  • Testogen: Is It Really Worth Your Money?

    By saab April 10, 2017 •   (4)

    It's crazy how a lot of different supplements just keep on popping in the market with the same pledge: promising amazing results in just one pill. And while these statements are nothing but 'claims' until proven otherwise, many people fall for this kind of marketing strategy.

  • Nitrocut is an underdosed, overpriced product (who had their attorney send us a threatening letter)

    By admin March 28, 2017 •   (12)

    As the owner of, I get a lot of spam emails. Offers for SEO services, opportunities to market MLM products, etc. I typically hit "report as spam" and move on. However, a recent email caught my attention...

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