What You Should Know
Groloid is a muscle building supplement. It is not designed for people who are just looking to lose a few pounds, and therefore should not be used by causal dieters. We will take a look at the formula to determine if it can live up to its claims.
List Of Ingredients
One serving of Groloid contains: Vitamin B3 (As Niacin), Groloid Proprietary Blend – 1174mg: L-Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate, Arginine Ethyl Ester, Caffeine Anhydrous, Creatine Ethyl Ester Malate, Creatine Monohydrate, Glutamine Alpha-Ketogutarate, L-Argionine (As L-Arginine Hydrochloride), L-Citrulline, L-Glutamine, L-Lysine, L-Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate, L-Ornithine Powder, L-Taurine,
NADH, Yohimbe Extract (8% Alkaloids)(Pausinystalia Yohimbe)(Bark).
Groloid is traditionally used to boost the nitric oxide in the body to make it easier for the body to build more muscle. The formula also includes fat burners to help decrease the body’s fat percentage to build an even leaner, stronger, look. The formula uses no stimulants, though the original formula did use ephedra and has since been discontinued. The exact amounts of many of these ingredients is hidden due to the proprietary blend, so it is hard to say if the ingredients are going to be effective.
For best results, the directions say to take five tablets within 30 minutes to an hour before a workout. People who weigh more than 215 pounds or are advanced in weight lifting may take up to 10 tablets before a workout. Do not exceed 10 tablets per day.
- Groloid has been reformulated to contain no stimulants, and no added sugar.
- The original Groloid has been discontinued because of its use of the now banned ephedra, though the new formula does not use the ingredient.
- The proprietary blend hides ingredient amounts so we cannot see if there is enough of all the ingredients to produce real results.
- There are no free trials of this product.
- There are no money back guarantees for this product.
- There are no customer testimonials to support this product.
- This product is better suited for weight lifters, not casual dieters.
Groloid is at best, a shoddy attempt to develop a muscle building product. If they wanted to provide a product that worked, they wouldn’t hide their ingredient amounts in the proprietary blend. There are plenty of other supplements out there to help support muscle growth. This is not an ideal product for people who just need to lose a few pounds, and if you are not in the gym on a regular basis, you should avoid this product.