What You Should Know
Often when a person decides to get into better shape, what they really mean is that they want to lose weight. Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight is certainly one of the most important steps in being able to feel you are in good shape. For others, however, being in good shape means having a muscular body. This product is for the second type of consumer. It is primarily for people who are already at their ideal weight and who want to become more muscular.
List of Ingredients
Vitamin C 1500 mg, Vitamin B6 25 mg, Vitamin B9 200 mcg, Viamin B12 300 mg, Calcium 30 mg, Phosphorus 200 mg, Sodium 93 mg, Potassium 53 mg, Mind Stimulating Matrix, 3225 mg, Muscle Volumizing Creatine Matrix 7000 mg, Nitric Oxide Cell Volumizing Matrix 9950 mg, Electrolyte Replenishing Matrix 1100 mg, Matodextrin, Malic Acid, Sucralose, Calcium Silicate, food coloring, natural and artificial flavors. The various matrixes include L-Tyrosine, Taurine, Caffeine, Dimethylamine, Maltodextrin, Beta Alanine, Di-Creatine Malate, Creatine Ethyl Ester, Arginine AKG, Citrulline Malate, L0Glutamine, Arginine Ethyl Ester, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Di-Potassium Phosphate, Di-Sodium Phosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate.
NeuroXplode promises it is different from other pre-workout supplements in that it is more than a fancy energy drink. The manufacturer promises that this drink mix will enhance strength, increase energy, help you focus, and improve overall performance. A one month supply is about $50 before shipping and taxes are applied. Discounts are available for bulk purchases.
- The product does provide a money back guarantee.
- NeuroXplode can easily be ordered online.
- The taste may be objectionable to some consumers.
- The company offers no scientific evidence supporting the product claims.
- The ingredient list includes numerous proprietary blends, each described as a Matrix. Without knowing the individual amounts of each ingredient efficacy is difficult to establish.
- There has been some discussion in forums that rate supplements that this product has achieved an artificially high approval rating from people employed by the company.
If you are looking for a weight loss supplement to help assist you in your weight loss efforts, this is probably not the best choice. It is marketed as a supplement to help improve performance during a workout. In theory this could be beneficial to someone who was using exercise to lose weight but the product does not contain an appetite suppressant or anything to increase caloric burn. Additionally, there is a great deal of caffeine in the product which could cause side effects in some people and if you are also taking a diet supplement you may be getting even more caffeine which could worsen the side effects.