ArsenalX Review

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Arsenal-X, a supplement available through NDS-Laboratories, will supposedly promote muscle development and weight loss. However, marketing claims that this supplement is the ideal way to help fitness fanatics in their pursuits may be flawed. Arsenal-X supposedly operates by stimulating the blood flow and, ideally, the metabolism. Whether or not this product lives up to its claims still needs to be proven. Anyone consider taking Arsenal-X needs to do their research and consult their physician.

List of Ingredients

Vitamin B12, a Proprietary Blend, Paullinia Cupana, Theobrama Cacao, Caffeine Anhydrous, Magnesium Salicylate, Yohimbe Extract, Zi Shi, Guggelsterones Z and E, Hypericum Perforatum, Magnesium Stearate and Gelatin.

To fully understand how Arsenal-X supposedly works, the key ingredients of this supplement need to be examined. The stimulants yohimbe extract and caffeine, the active ingredients in Arsenal-X, serve to speed up the metabolism. Some sources claim that the supplement also contains the stimulants synephrine and theobromine.

Product Features

Manufacturers of Arsenal-X claim the product speeds up the metabolism through the stimulants yohimbe extract and caffeine. Supposedly, yohimbe extract creates an all day energy high with no crash. Research shows that caffeine aids weight loss by creating a process called thermogenesis. Thermogenesis increases weight loss through raising internal body heat and, thus, speeding up the metabolism.

Although Arsenal-X has no official website, it can be found at various online stores. A bottle of 120 pills will probably cost around $89.95.

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Advantages

  • Supposedly aids in weight loss and muscle gain through speeding up the metabolism.
  • Yohimbe extract may create an all day energy high with no crashes.
  • Caffeine may cause thermogenesis.
  • Arsenal-X comes in an easy to take pill form.

Disadvantages

  • Contains caffeine, a known dehydrator.
  • Yohimbe extract may cause poor heart health.
  • Arsenal-X has no official website.
  • Without an official website, before and after pictures and customer testimonials are harder to find.
  • Research that it aids in weight loss may be unsubstantial.
  • The product is a bit pricey.
  • The same results may be attainable at a fraction of the cost through following a sensible diet and exercise routine.

Conclusion

Arsenal-X will supposedly help individuals reach their fitness goals. The supplement may stimulate the metabolism and start thermogenesis in the body. However, the claims of Arsenal-X leave much to be desired. Yohimbe extract and caffeine, the main ingredients in Arsenal-X could cause more side effects than the benefits are worth, especially since there is little substantial research to prove that Arsenal-X’s claims are true. However, Arsenal-X, although not a miracle cure for weight issues, could benefit those following already dieting and exercising. Of course, before using this product, individuals need to do their research and talk to their doctors.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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3 User Reviews about ArsenalX

  • 1
    Dava

    This pill works with exercise!! Lost 15 lbs. in one month with it!!! I suggest it if you exercise regularly! :(

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  • 2
    Keith

    Good stuff. There is indeed an energy boost.

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  • 3
    logan

    I bought this product a week ago. I take a mega men multi vitamin with it as well, the energy boost is insane, but not a jittery one. As far as helping with weight loss I cant say that it making me lose weight but its giving me the ability to work out alot harder then a preciously was, but honestly if your looking for a pill that gives you the extra energy for workouts or just your daily life this is a fantastic diet supplement to take

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