NoX Pump Review
What You Should Know
Once a person begins a weight loss journey they will often want to expedite the process as much as possible. This can be done by dieting, or restricting caloric intake, exercise, appetite suppressants, or a combination of different methods. When people begin to work out, in an effort to lose weight or increase muscle definition, it is not uncommon for them to look for a way to increase their energy and performance. This product promises to increase energy, performance, and duration. Is this product a good choice for someone who is trying to lose weight?
List of Ingredients
Nox-Pum pre-training formula 13,300 mg which includes a Cell Volumising Matrix, Pro-Energy Matrix, fructose, lime crystals, L-Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate, Guarana Seed Extract, Choline, Glucuronolactone, Taurine, Citruline Malate, Cocoa Bean Extract Blend, Caffeine, GlycoCarn, Citric Acid, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Natural Flavoring, Beta Carotene, Acesulfame Potassium, Geranium Root Extract, Crioceras Longiflorus Extrace, Flavoring, Sucralose.
NoxPump claims to allow users to pass previous training limits by allowing them to increase the intensity of workouts, pump muscle, and increase mental stimulation and focus. The directions for the product say it should be dissolved in water and consumed about thirty minutes before training. The flavor is described as lemon lime by the manufacturer. The product is promoted by six time Mr. Olympia champion, Dorian Yates.
- The product does provide a money back guarantee.
- Various consumer testimonials agree that NoxPump does increases energy, at least temporarily.
- The product only appears to be available in the UK.
- The company does not provide ingredient amounts which makes it difficult to determine the efficacy.
- The taste may be objectionable to some people.
- Numerous users have experienced severe side effects including nausea, hallucinations, dizziness, and headaches.
The promotional material for NoxPump repeatedly says that it is scientifically proven to provide a number of benefits for people who are attempting to increase their muscle mass, however, they do not provide this scientific evidence. Further, customer testimonials that support this claim are sparse while others that dispute the effectiveness are abundant. Indeed, many reviewers claim the adverse side effects were quite severe. One of the things this product does not claim to be is a weight loss supplement. However, it does claim to build muscle and improve physical endurance which would both facilitate weight loss. Unfortunately, with the lack of ingredient amounts, scientific proof, and positive customer testimonials this is probably not the best product to use if your primary concern is weight loss. Instead, look for a product with a proven track record in helping dieters achieve their weight loss goals with the assistance of appetite suppressants or products that increase metabolism.