Code Red Review
What You Should Know
Code Red is a nitric oxide amplifier. The supplement is designed to open up blood vessels to improve muscle gains and push creatine into the muscle faster. Creatine will cause the muscle to swell, which can be mistake for “massive pumps.” But, this is a well-known side effect of taking creatine. The ingredient list for Code Red is available online through various supplement websites. There are no unique ingredients in Code Red, but there are ingredients bodybuilders trust in a workout supplement.
Prices for Code Red are dropping fast. This could mean the company is reformulating the supplement or discontinuing the product. We found no testimonials or before and after photos from bodybuilders using Code Red.
List of Ingredients
GlycoCarn Clinically Tested Pump and Performance Compound: Glycine Propionyl-L-Carnitine
Super-Potent Workout Amplifier Matrix: Power AMP Anabolic Cell Volumizer Complex: Creatine Monohydrate, Creatine Magna, Creatine
Gluconate and Beta-Alanine.
Myo-Guard ROS Neutralizer Complex: Ascorbic Acid, D-A-Tocopheryl Acetate and N-Acetyl Cysteine.
Neurogenic Energizers: Glucuronolactone, Caffeine, Vinpocetine, Huperzine and Dimethylamylamine.
Enhanced Electrolyte Complex: Potassium Citrate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Sodium Citrate and odium
When it comes to bodybuilding, it takes more than working out and exercising to gain muscle mass. The bodybuilder must force supplements into the muscle at just the right time to promote muscle growth. One of the most important bodybuilding supplements is creatine. This supplement contains nitric oxide boosters to promote nitric oxide production. These boosters are commonly used in many bodybuilding supplements.
- Contains nitric oxide boosters.
- Creatine hydrates the muscle.
- May promote muscle growth and recovery.
- Designed for bodybuilders with trusted ingredients.
- Ingredients and product description are available online.
- The price is lower than other supplement offering the same ingredient list.
- Not designed for dieters.
- Will cause water retention and weight gain.
- Will not stimulate metabolism.
- May not be available much longer.
- Bodybuilders must take diuretics to cut water weight after taking Code Red.
Code Red is a run of the mill nitric oxide booster. The supplement contains creatine to hydrate muscle and nitric oxide boosters to open up blood vessel to move creatine to muscles faster. We love the formula, but we are not shocked by some newfound ingredient that works better than any other product on the market.
Dieters have no reason to take Code Red or a creatine supplement during weight loss. Creatine is not designed to promote metabolism or suppress hunger. The dieter may gain weight while taking this supplement, as is the case when it is used in bodybuilding. Bodybuilders use diuretics and fat burners to cut weight gain and water retention after a creatine cycle.