Neurocore Muscletech Then to Now

Neurocore Muscletech released sometime back in 2013 and received excellent reviews from bodybuilders and quickly became a popular choice for anyone looking to enhance their workout. I used many commonly used and tested ingredients to boost a person’s energy to be much higher than what they would normally have allowing for better workouts and musclebuilding.

However it was soon hit with news of people suffering serious side effects from the ingredient DMAA, which is a sympathomimetic drug which narrows blood vessels and arteries, this was proven to be deadly in 2010 after a New Zealand man died after ingesting DMAA, caffeine and alchohol, this in combination with five other cases of suspected DMAA involvement led to the the formula being changed soon after to completely remove the DMAA. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.

The question now becomes does it do the job, The Gym Rat World reviewed this product and goes over the various ingredients and what they do, he bring up that he is not to interested in the last two ingredients which have questionable benefits in particular the last ingredient which is Yohimbe extract which has potentially caused negative effects for people. After talking about the ingredients and dosages he ends by showing reviews from Amazon which were mostly positive which is a pretty good sign.

Learn: and also reviewed Neurocore Muscletech both giving positive reviews stating it did increase their energy. Straighttothebar talks about how he had a large amount of energy that help him get through an 80 minute workout however he did experience migraines likely from the large amount of caffeine in Muscletech. Bestworkouts talks about how it did increase energy but not muscle which was one of the claims, they also bring up how in an advertisement they say the 3 grams of L-Citrulline is the scientific dose for results however in a study they linked it states that six grams is required or there will be no effect.

It is safe to say that the Muscletech does work and should be a Pre-workout anybody looking to increase their energy at the gym should consider. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.

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