Muscle Warfare NMDA Review
What You Should Know
Muscle Warfare NMDA is an anabolic supplement designed to increase muscle mass. It is not designed for those who are looking to lose weight by burning fat or suppressing the appetite. While we likely would not recommend this product for our dieting audience, this review takes a closer look at the product to determine if there is any benefit to our readers.
List Of Ingredients
Muscle Warfare NMDA contains: NMDA Amino Acid Hormonal Amplifying Matrix, which contains NMDA, Growth Hormone. Herbal Pro-Anabolic Hormone Inducing Syngerists, Hormonal Mineral Complex, and Thermobaric Heat Shock Protein Deployment System.
Muscle Warfare NMDA’s main “selling point” is the hormone complexes in the formula, designed to work on the biological level to spring your body’s natural hormones into action. The D-Aspartic Acid present in the formula is what gives the formula the power to work. This is a legal form of testosterone and growth hormone so people don’t have to worry about the product being banned from certain sports organizations. The product is likely not safe for women, though it does not say this explicitly. The additional testosterone could create problems for women. The product makes its case by citing research studies, though we do not see them. With such little information to go on about the product, and confusing terminology, it is hard to make a real judgement call on how well this product works or not.
- Muscle Warfare NMDA is widely available online, from retailers such as GNC.
- Muscle Warfare NMDA is an expensive product, at $69.99 for a one month’s supply.
- The ingredients are disguised by a mixture of proprietary blends.
- Though a free trial available, there are no specifics available on whether or not this requires enrollment in an automatic shipment thing.
- There are no customer testimonials.
- This product is not ideal for casual dieters.
Muscle Warfare NMDA is a product we do not recommend for the causal dieter. Even those with experience in body building should proceed with caution due to the lack of information about the ingredients and how they work. The product comes with a warning because it is strong, so most people will not get real benefits from it. It does not contain a fat burner or appetite suppressant, as all supplements for causal dieters should. The best product will be supported by clinical research and a money back guarantee. For best results, use the product with a balanced diet and regular exercise program.