What You Should Know
Mr. Supps is a bodybuilding and sports supplement company. There are no fat burners listed in the product line, but there are pro-hormone, post-cycle, pre-workout, protein and stackable supplements. The website is very basic, but it does provide information on each supplement and direct ordering. The company takes all major credit cards, but they do not take PayPal at this time. Contact information and policies are clearly listed on every page of the website. Dieters will not find the supplements they are looking for from Mr. Supps. It appears that all supplements sold by Mr. Supps are developed by other companies. Mr. Supps is just a reseller.
List of Ingredients
Bodybuilding and sports supplement company.
There are several stages of bodybuilding, most often referred to as cycles. These cycles are designed to increase muscle mass and give the body enough time to recover from possible side effects associated with some supplements. Mr. Supps lists supplements for all stages, but the formulas are not created by the company just listed for sale in given categories. In addition to listing the products for sale, Mr. Supps suggests stacks for optimal performance and results. Stacks are extremely expensive, but the total price is less than the bodybuilder would spend if ordering the supplements individually.
Mr. Supps states in the policies section that all supplements are shipped as received from the manufacturer. There is no in-house testing or clinical testing completed by the company. Any information on clinical testing would only be available from the manufacturer, which leaves the bodybuilder searching for more information. If the manufacturer lists the product for sale, there is little reason to order from Mr. Supps, though the price could be lower from outside retailers than the official product website.
- Sells products from several mainstream manufacturers.
- Products are available for sale online.
- Contact information and policies are clearly states.
- Mr. Supps takes all major credit cards.
- Does not formulate supplements.
- Only works as a reseller.
- No in-house testing is completed.
- No clinical studies are listed to support supplement claims.
- No fat burner section on the website.
- No supplements dedicated to the cutting phase of bodybuilding.
- Does not take PayPal.
Mr. Supps is nothing more than a portal for bodybuilding supplements. There is no blog or list of articles about bodybuilding and no clinical research backing supplement claims. The company merely takes pictures of other company’s supplements and lists them for sale. The bodybuilder can easily order these products from the manufacturer or other online retailer with more clout. We are not thrilled by the layout of the website as information is hard to read and the ingredient list is not available in label form.