Empact Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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Whether you’re an athlete, dieter or bodybuilder, preparing the body for working out is important. The average dieter can drink water or take a pre-workout supplement with caffeine or other stimulant to give them energy during the workout. Athletes and bodybuilders push the body beyond normal limits, so a pre-workout shake mix is ideal. Empact is designed for athletes and bodybuilders, but the ingredient list is lacking compared to other pre-workout products. The first ingredient is a natural laxative, not what most people want to take before working out. We found no stimulant like caffeine to boost energy, but we did find electrolytes. Electrolytes are typically consumed after working out to restore balance and rehydrate the body. Sugar is another huge ingredient in this product and sugar means quick energy followed by hunger.

List of Ingredients

Aloe Vera, Arabinogalactan, Calcium Citrate, Choline Bitartrate, Fructose, Ghatti Gum, L-Carnitine, Magnesium Aspartate, Magnesium Succinate, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Potassium Aspartate,

Potassium Succinate, Silicon Dioxide and Soy Lecithin.

Product Features

The official website for Mannatech Science, the creator of Empact, offers no information on the product. There is a list of ingredients and scientific information about each ingredient. There is no explanation of how the supplement is supposed work and there are no testimonials or reviews of the supplement. It looks like the page is designed for professionals selling Empact as there is no place to order the product.

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Advantages

  • May support energy during a workout.
  • Designed to support athletes and bodybuilders.
  • All ingredients are listed on the official website.
  • Detailed descriptions of each ingredient is provided by Mannatech Science.

Disadvantages

  • The supplement is not available for sale from Mannatech.
  • The formula does not contain any of the ingredients commonly found in pre-workout shakes.
  • Contains sugar.
  • No product description on the official website.

Conclusion

Pre-workout shakes are a good option for people of all fitness levels. The ingredients in the shake will change from one sport to the next. A dieter will not consume creatine and a bodybuilding in the bulking phase will not consume a fat burner with appetite suppressant, but there are solutions for everyone. Mannatech Science Empact contains ingredients typically used as foundation ingredients in other pre-workout shakes, but the meat of the shake is just not there. This product needs a stimulant and creatine if it is aimed at bodybuilders.

Mannatech Science offers some interesting solutions for weight loss and overall health, but they missed the mark on this supplement. The use of a laxative in a pre-workout shake is just a bad idea. Imagine pushing to lift a one-rep max with a laxative in the body. Not exactly the pretty image.

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2 User Reviews about Empact

  • 1
    Tiamari

    Been using this product for about a year… never had any toilet urges during or even after a race. The “laxative” must be really ineffective lol. This is an awesome product, and the lack of caffeine makes it suitable for people who can do without that hyped up feeling.

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  • 2
    Paul

    Paul, happy to show you where to access the human trials conducted on this product. Also the sugars you refer to are not what you think they are. I can also show you a paper on Glycoscience which will explain these dietary sugars (naturally occurring sugars in food) as opposed to table sugar (white, brown, raw etc as they are all synthetic). When you understand that the body needs these 8 essential sugars as opposed to the ones most people consume then you will have a greater understanding not only about this product but about the not so good stuff in most of the so called sports drinks out there. You might not know but this product is consumed and recommended by many professional and Olympic athletes. Knowing the truth about nutrition is vitally important.

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