Syntrax Nitrous Review
What You Should Know
Syntrax Nitrous is a nitric oxide booster for bodybuilders. The official Syntrax website offers information on the product including a complete ingredient list and image of the label. Consumers can purchase the product from the official website or contact a customer service department for more information. There is only one ingredient in the powdered product. Without flavoring or sweeteners, there are fewer calories in the product, but it could have a horrible taste. A free trial is not available so users will have to take that chance when ordering Syntrax Nitrous.
List of Ingredients
Nitrous Malate (Di-L-Arginine-L-Malate).
Nitrous malate is included to increase vasodilation and supply a bioavailable source of Arginine. Arginine is a common ingredient in bodybuilding supplements, but most of the time it is one ingredient among many. Chances are, if the bodybuilder is taking other supplements, there will be Arginine in those as well. There is no proof that taking MORE Arginine will increase the effectiveness of the ingredient.
Arginine is an amino acid that is thought to precursor nitric oxide. This means supplementing with Arginine could increase the source materials needed for more nitric oxide production. As a non-essential amino acid, the body typically makes enough Arginine, but extreme circumstances like bodybuilding may create the need for additional supplementation.
We could find no official links to clinical data supporting the claimed benefits of taking Syntrax Nitrous. Clinical data is important because many supplement manufacturers will make claims based on animal studies which are not relevant to humans.
Syntrax Nitrous sells for $44.95 from the Syntrax store. Each canister supplies 30 days of supplementation. Claims associated with the product include being safe for women and men, works to decrease fat tissue and non-stimulant. The fat reducing claims are not associated with Arginine.
- Syntrax Nitrous supplies a healthy source of Arginine.
- Ingredients are listed on the Syntrax website.
- Consumers can order directly from Syntrax.
- The supplement is expensive.
- Arginine is likely an ingredient in other bodybuilding supplements.
- Dieters will not lose weight taking the product.
- No free trial is offered and the product could taste terrible.
Syntrax Nitrous supplies Arginine which is a precursor for nitric oxide. We are concerned that bodybuilders will purchase this product when Arginine is already supplied in another supplement they are currently taking. The claims of reduced fat tissue are not proven and dieters will not likely see any weight loss benefits after taking the supplement. Without a free trial, consumers are expected to trust Syntrax when they say the powder easily mixes.
Dieters may wish to stick with fat burning supplements proven to decrease weight and increase fat burn. These may include ingredients like green tea and chromium.