Force Factor Review

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Force Factor, a sport nutrition product supposedly invented by Harvard competitive rowers, uses amino acids as the basis of its technology. According to the manufactures, these amino acids increase energy and endurance and aid in weight loss. This process is supposedly achieved through raising the amount of Nitric Oxide in an individual’s body.

List of Ingredients

Some of the main ingredients in Force Factor include 3x Nitric Oxide Booster, AKG, A AKIC and L Arginine, and L-citrulline. Three of the most active ingredients are Nitric Oxide, Arginine, and L-citrulline.

Product Features

Nitric Oxide, naturally found in your body, helps your body properly communicate with all its different parts. By raising the amount of Nitric Oxide in the body, exercisers may increase their bodies ability to communicate itself and therefore they may find their workouts more successful.

Argenine, not a naturally occurring substance within the human body, may help strengthen immunity, remove toxins from the body, regulate sodium levels, assimilate protein properly, and increase metabolism.

L-citrulline, an amino acid, supposedly shortens the recovery times after workouts, helps increase energy, removes ammonia from the body, and benefits the liver.

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Advantages

  • The company claims their product does not cause harmful side effects.
  • Supposedly claims ingredients which help improve the success of a workout.
  • An official Force Factor website makes ordering the product easier.

Disadvantages

  • Despite the claims that Force Factor does not cause harmful side effects, users should exercise caution. Introducing any foreign substance into the body will cause some sort of change within.
  • This product cannot replace proper exercise and a sensible diet.
  • The official site has a limited selection of before and after photos. Photos seem focused on after results without much emphasis on the before physique.
  • Many people claim that the company’s free trial period offer is, in reality, a scam.
  • A bottle of Force Factor costs $69.99, a price out of the range of many individuals.

Conclusion

Force Factor may, as the company claims, truly improve workouts. However, as with many workout and weight loss supplements, it may owe its popularity to a few isolated successes and not because it truly lives up to its claims. Even if the supplement does assist in muscle gain and fat loss, the possible side effects could negate this positive. Although the company claims it has no side effects, any substance introduced into the body will have an effect on it. The more unnatural the substance, the more likely the effect will be bad. Fitness fanatics and those wanting to lose weight should focus on more sensible methods such as following a healthful eating plan and exercising consistently. Those still interested in Force Factor should do their own research in order to make an informed opinion before buying.

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13 User Reviews about Force Factor

  • 1
    George Dankwa

    please, i just want to know the side effect of force factor on the kidneys

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    George Dankwa

    Please, i just want to know the effect of force factor on the kindneys

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    Jack Kindle

    I ordered another product{test x180} and had to return it because of its alergic effect on me. I have tried the force factor prdunt and found the same thing ,I can,t take it, I would like a refund on this product and don,t ship anymore thanx

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  • 4
    Reid Brendeland

    It’s obvious that the models used to promote Force Factor use steroids to acheive their results.

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  • 5
    nick

    I tried a few of the force factor products. Every time I called to cancel one do to no difference in my workout, they offered to send me a free trial of another product. I naturally accepted hoping to find a supplement that would work. One free sample never arrived, so I called and they said they had no record which was fine. I was just charged however with a full order for that supplement because they said that I never cancelled. I am EXTREMELY dissatisfied with all of their products and the shitty attitude that they took with me when I asked them to cancel everything. I would NEVER recommend any force factor product to anyone since they do not work and they charged me for a sample that I never got and had supposedly never ordered.

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  • 6
    Phillip

    I took Force Factor’s NO booster as directed. It definetly boosted my energy levels, and my wokouts were great. It is available at GNC for <50.00. I got the free trial -after- trying the product.

    I -always- look for those darn auto-buy things. I hate them, and wish FF would cease such unseemly activity. SStill, if you call them you'll get FF at a great price.

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    thomas yoho

    I got tottally scammed into the auto-buy plan. Beware of tthis kind of sell for geed type telrmarketing. Just because time are difficult for us all, doesn’t mean you have to resort to unethical measures. As Americans we shold be working together to get our geat country restored to it’s past “old glory”

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  • 8
    pat

    rick,

    Remember you paid 4 bucks for free trial.. keep an eye on your CC statement they will continue to bill you every month if you don’t call them.. this shit is exspensive do your research bro just helping you out

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  • 9
    rick

    I just received a bottle of force factor in the mail and all I paid was 4 dollars for shipping. I haven’t taken it yet, can anyone who has taken it tell me the pros an cons of the product?

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    Larry Patricelli

    I started taking it last week. I started with 1 at breakfast and then 1 at lunch
    after 3 days i went to 2 at breakfast and 2 at lunch, i am not joking, i have had atleast 10 people ask me this week if im working out and telling me how good i look, this product is great, i feel strong, after working out i dont get sore muscles , i just want to keep going, it truly is working, the only possible side affect i had was a bad headache on the second day but then again i cant say it was because of the force factor, all in all i love it and would highly recommend it to anyone.

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    Bernard Withers

    how long did u wait until u received your stuff?

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  • 10
    dee

    can woman take this

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  • 11
    kinnisingh

    I totally agree that those wanting to lose weight should focus on more sensible methods such as following a healthful eating plan and exercising consistently ,instead of using substance whih are not found in vegetables or natural herbs provided by nature.

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