What You Should Know
MyoChem Nutrition is a small supplement company that lists just six products for sale. The products are Mind Matrix 2012, Muscle Nectar Liquid Multivitamin, MyoFlex RX Joint Shield, MyoMale 2012, Six Pack Abs by Ryan Out Loud and Throttle Matrix 2012. Shipping is available from MyoChem worldwide and fitness experts are available for more information by phone and email. Of all the products listed, MyoMale 2012 and Throttle Matrix 2012 are the two most popular fat burning and fitness supplements.
List of Ingredients
MyoMale 2012: Vitamin B6, Zinc, Magnesium, HMB, DHEA, Deer Antler, Tongkat Ali Root, 5-Methyl-7-Hydroxy-Isoflavone, Alpha-Lipoic Acid and Octacosanol.
Throttle Matrix 2012: Caffeine, L-Tyrosine, Citrus Aurantium, Yohimbe, White Willow Bark, Cayenne, Ginger Root, L-Tyrosine AKG, Vanadyl Sulfate and Alpha Lipoic Acid.
MyoMale 2012 by MyoChem contains a short ingredient list with no big punch. Tongkat Ali Root is described online as a natural testosterone booster. These claims are not supported with clinical or research data and are often published by websites and companies trying to promote supplements with Tongkat Ali Root as the main ingredient. The same goes for Deer Antler powder. According to old Chinese medicine, the powder can help improve strength and energy.
Throttle Matrix 2012 could be a viable source of energy and a boost to fat burn, but there is the problem with multiple stimulants in one formula. Caffeine and Citrus Aurantium are both included in the MyoChem supplement. Caffeine is a strong enough fat burner as a standalone ingredient, but when the strength of a super stimulant like Citrus Aurantium is added, overstimulation could occur.
Overstimulation is a problem for many diet and fat burning supplements. The idea is to increase heart rate so much that weight just falls off the body. If the heart were made of steel, this would not be a problem, but many dieters are not used to taking stimulants at this level and may feel jittery, sick or suffer from insomnia while taking such a supplement.
Citrus Aurantium is also linked to several heart related health problems. Anyone under the care of a physician for heart related illness should never take a supplement with Citrus Aurantium. Products sold by MyoChem sell for $50 to $60. Outside retailers are selling the MyoChem products for far less than the official website.
- Caffeine may increase metabolism.
- No ingredient lists are published on the MyoChem website.
- Other online shops sell the supplements for less than MyoChem directly.
- Most ingredients are not proven to increase weight loss.
- Citrus Aurantium is not safe for all dieters.
MyoChem offers little information and tries to charge huge prices for their supplements. Questionable ingredients and a lack of information are the main reasons to stay away from these products.