What You Should Know
All American EFX supplies bodybuilding supplements and protein products. IGF33 is a muscle growth and recovery formula dedicated to helping bodybuilders achieve larger muscle mass. The powdered formula claims to be better than other shake mixes because it does not contain sugar which can cause muscle bloat, but it does contain carbohydrates and protein. We did not find any testimonials for IGF33. There are no free trials available for this product. There is no guarantee on IGF33.
List of Ingredients
Whey Protein Concentrate, Maltodextrin, IGF33 Colostrum, L-Glutamine, Alpha Keto-Glutarate, Vanilla Flavor, Vitamin Mix, Kreb’s Cycle Complex and Sucralose.
Whey protein concentrate is a typical ingredient in bodybuilding shake mixes. Protein, as they say, is the foundation of new muscle. Increasing protein intake is essential to building muscle mass, but too much protein can convert to carbohydrates and eventually be stored as fat.
Maltodextrin is a form of sugar. This sugar is unique because it can be flavorless. In the body, maltodextrin digests easily and is quickly transformed into glucose. This could cause a spike in blood glucose levels and hunger. Diabetics should not take IGF33 as it cause problems regulating blood glucose levels. Matodextrin is included in IGF33 as a vehicle to move protein to the muscle.
IGF33 Colostrum, or first-milk, may provide antibodies and a slight laxative effect. It is included in the supplement because it is supposed to increase growth hormones that could promote muscle growth. All American EFX does not bother to back up these claims with any research.
L-Glutamine is essential for athletes and bodybuilders, but dieters have no use for supplementation. There is evidence that taking L-glutamine supplements may increase human growth hormone levels, but research to this effect is not referenced.
IGF33 sells for $34.99 from All American EFX. A shipping and handling fee will be added to the order.
- Ingredient list is published on the All American EFX website.
- Users can order the supplement from the manufacturer website.
- Can easily be stacked with other supplements.
- No free trial is offered for the product.
- We could find no testimonials.
- No research is given to prove supplement claims.
- Will not increase weight loss.
- Maltodextrin could cause hunger and blood glucose spikes.
IGF33 claims to increase human growth hormone and support muscle growth. At least one ingredient is proven to increase plasma human growth hormone, so that claim is substantiated. For the dieter, IGF33 will not support weight loss or increase fat burn. The ingredients could cause increased hunger and the product should not be used by diabetics. The ingredients are not unique and thus spending $34.99 for a product that includes ingredients commonly available in other, better formulated supplements may mean this product is not worth the money.