John Scott’s Nitro Review
What You Should Know
John Scott’s Nitro creates a line of products to aid in the body building process. One of the products is GlycoCharge. John Scott’s Nitro claims GlycoCharge contains a sugar-free long chain complex carbohydrate. John Scott’s Nitro is marketed as a carbohydrate source for all professional or amateur athletes. The glucose polymer in GlycoCharge, Amylopectin, is claimed to absorb rapidly within the body to recharge the athletes energy level almost immediately. The structure of John Scott’s Nitro is blended to allow the fluid and nutrients to pass through the system without causing uncomfortable bloating. The maker claims their supplements will charge the athletes muscles with glycogen which is said to provide power and stamina to through a demanding training workout or competition session.
List Of Ingredients
Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, 120 calories.
John Scott’s Nitro Supplementing with GlycoCharge is suppose to work by helping the user’s body employ glycogen energy storages and increase hydration. The makers claim this will increase muscularity in the body builder. John Scott’s Nitro can be taken before, during and after the training workout or competition session. Some users take the product because they believe it gives them an edge. The product claims to be able to increase your energy and increase the ability to fulfill rigorous workout routines, however these claims have not been supported by any scientific studies. The user who takes the product during the training, are utilizing John Scott’s Nitro claim that it can replenish muscle energy faster than the body can on its own. Drinking GlycoCharge during the workout may help provide energy, reduce fatigue, and allow you to continue your workout routine.
- Absorbs in the body fast
- Sugar free
- No stomach upset
- Can be used before, during or after a workout or competition
- High in calories for a supplement drink
- John Scott’s Nitro is very expensive and may even be cost prohibitive for some potential users.
John Scott’s Nitro Supplementing with GlycoCharge claims it works to promote the athletes work out through the use replenishing fluids and providing GlycoCharge to the muscles. The makers claim this will increase muscularity in the body builder. Some users believe this product gives them an edge. The product seems to provide a small edge during the workout itself when the workout is long and tedious. The athlete may benefit from the product if they need help staying on task, keeping energy up through rigorous work outs or want to try something to help build muscles, however these claims have not been supported by any scientific studies.