What You Should Know
Scientific Sports Nutrition is a supplement company that produces a variety of products to help weight lifters and athletes. We will take a closer look at their product catalog to determine if there is any benefit to dieters.
List of Ingredients
As Scientific Sports Nutrition produces several different products, we suggest taking a closer look a the product or products you may be interested in to learn more about their ingredients.
Scientific Sports Nutrition produces the following products: 100% Whey Protein, Anabolic Muscle Builder, BCAA Caps, BCAA Powder, CGT-BCAA, CLA, Creatine Monohydrate, CytoGuard, Cytomaize, EFA, Glutamine Powder, Ignite, Joint Support Complex, MRP, MultiVit, N.O. Crea-Pump, and ZMA. Whey Protein is used to make protein shakes for building muscle. Anabolic Muscle Builder is a protein and carbohydrate formula designed to stimulate hormones to induce muscle growth. BCAA is Branched Chain Amino Acids which are a necessary part of building lean muscle tissue in the body. CLA is a derivative of Omega 6 fatty acids thought to help the body in many different processes. Creatine is one of the best performance boosters on the market. CytoGaurd is designed to help prevent lean muscle mass. Cytomaize is designed to help load the body with glycogen before and after a workout. EFA is Omega 3 and 6. Glutamine Powder is the most abundant amino acid found in the muscles. Ignite is a fat burner designed to assist people who want to lose fat. Joint Support Complex is designed to help support joint health. MRP is a protein meal replacement product. MultiVit is a multi-vitamin form. N.O. Crea-Pump is a creatine supplement that contains other ingredients to boost the power of your workout. ZMA is thought to boost muscle production through increasing the anabolic hormones as well as testosterone.
- The full list of ingredients is available for all products on the manufacturer’s website.
- These products cannot be ordered online directly from the manufacturer.
- These products are more geared toward weight lifters than dieters.
- There are no free product trials.
- We are unclear on the money back guarantee policy.
- Products designed to boost the testosterone levels in the body are not safe for women.
Overall, we don’t recommend these products because they are more geared toward those who are trying to build muscle rather than lose fat and weight. Though there is a fat burner, we are not sure if it is proven to work, and therefore cannot recommend it.