Elite Delivery Technologies Review
What You Should Know
Elite Delivery Technologies formulates and manufactures supplements for use with weight loss and muscle building. Jeff Golini works for All American Pharmaceuticals which owns and operates the Elite Delivery Technologies line. Currently there are five products offered by Elite Delivery Technologies – Elite K, Nitric X O2, Test Adioscin, GL PEP, BodiLene RFC and Elite K XS. All of the supplements are focused on body builders and men who want to build more muscle in a shorter amount of time. Some of the products listed are not available on the website at this time and have no information for the consumer to read in regards to ingredients or how the product is supposed to work.
List of Ingredients
Elite K : Kre-Alakalyn.
Nitric O2 : Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate.
TESTAdioscin : Tongkat Ali Extract, Avena Sativa Extract, Urtica Dioica, Bulgarian Tribulus Terrestis, Protodioscin, Moomiyo Extract, Cyanotis Vaga Extract, 20-hydroxy-ecdysone, Zinc Sulphate, Magnesium, Bioperin, Saw Palmetto Extract and Beta Sitosterol.
GL PEP : Peptide Bonded Glutamine.
Elite K XS : Proprietary Blend of Kre-Alkalyn, Nitrous Malate, L-Glutamine, Karbo-Lyn, Arginine HCL, Citrulline Malate, and Vanadium Chelate, Sorbitol, Cellulose, Citric Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Sucralose and Acesulfame K.
BodiLene : No ingredients listed.
The official website for Elite Delivery Technologies is full of misspellings and errors. The ingredient lists are also laden with proprietary complexes and trademarked ingredients that have little to no explanation. Jeff Golini, the formulator behind the supplements, is dressed like a doctor, but there is no reference to his educational background to lend viability to the formulas.
In addition to the vagueness of the website, none of the supplements are created for weight loss. The only potential weight loss supplement is the BodiLene RFC, but no ingredient list is available and the product cannot be ordered on the website.
Supplements are offered between $32.00 and $54.00. Combination packs which include several of the supplements combined as a stack are also offered.
- Some of the supplements have ingredient lists online.
- Direct ordering is available.
- Not all ingredients are explained on the website.
- Supplements are aimed at muscle building instead of weight loss.
- There is no explanation for listing BodiLene RPC and then not offering any information or the product for sale.
- Lack of professionalism on the website could leave some customers with questions about the products.
Elite Delivery Technologies is a supplement company focusing more on the muscle building aspect of fitness than the weight loss aspect. Supplement ingredients are listed, but many ingredients have trademarked names created by the Elite Delivery Technologies company with no explanation of the base ingredient. Consumers who want to lose weight would probably have more luck with a proven fat burner that is not afraid to divulge all ingredients.