What You Should Know
Max Nitro is a nitric oxide booster from Max Muscle. The supplement contains common ingredients found in hundreds of nitric oxide supplements in the bodybuilding and athletic world. Just as Max Muscle states in the product description, the muscle uses Oxygen, Arginine, Citrulline and NAD to produce nitric oxide, but the company does not bother to list any clinical studies proving that more of these ingredients produces more nitric oxide. We did not find one reliable review of this supplement. That leads us to believe that the bodybuilding community is not interested in Max Nitro or its claimed nitric oxide boosting power. The company has recently released a Max Nitro 2 supplement, so there must be something wrong with this original formula.
List of Ingredients
L-Arginine Alpha Keto-Glutarate.
Max Sustained Release Supercharge System: NADH, L-Citrulline, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Beta-CycloDextrin, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Di-Potassium Phosphate and Sodium Phosphate.
Nitric oxide is of great importance to bodybuilders. It opens up blood vessels and creates a superhighway for blood flow. Now, that supplement dissolved in that blood can move faster than ever before when nitric oxide levels are raised, but will Max Nitro raise nitric oxide levels. The simple answer is no and the company does not claim the supplement will have that effect, contrary to what many novice bodybuilders believe.
The ingredients in Max Nitro are used in the body to create nitric oxide. The supplement simply offers the body a continuous source of all the elements needed to produce nitric oxide (NO), but that does not mean the body will produce more than it needs. Unfortunately, we see many NO supplements with the same ingredient list found in Max Nitro and few garner any support from the bodybuilding community.
The average dieter does not need to boost or support NO production. NO does not affect metabolism or weight loss, so there is no sense in spending the $60 or more for this supplement. Max Muscle sells the product online and in stores, though store locations are limited with the majority located on the west coast of the United States.
- Ingredients are listed on the Max Muscle website.
- Available for sale from the manufacturer.
- Max Muscle formulates all supplements in-house.
- May support healthy nitric oxide production.
- Will not cause a sharp rise in NO.
- Does not help the dieter lose more weight.
There are so many nitric oxide boosters to choose from, the beginning bodybuilder often turns to forums for a list of the best supplements on the market. Max Nitro is not one of those supplements. The product was available in 2007 and there are no positive reviews to be found.