So.. you land on this site because you want to find out more information about Anabolic Rx24 and Nitric Max. You have probably comes across the ads through emails, Facebook or Twitter post. As you click the ads, it takes you to a website with logo and design of Men’s Health magazine. Anabolic Rx24 and Nitric Max are allegedly recommended and tested by Men’s Health magazine.
Don’t fall for the scam!
The editors of the real Men’s Health magazine have made it very clear: “We don’t promote these products” (see link). As it turns out, some snail oil salesmen are unlawfully using the logo and trademark of Men’s Health to peddle dubious supplements. This trick has been used repeatedly to promote other miracle weight loss pills, magical wrinkle remover or teeth whitening solutions. Buyers are requested to purchase as soon as possible due to “limited supply”. What follows then are unauthorized credit card charges – and it’s almost impossible to stop. To make matters worse, it’s extremely difficult to contact the company. This has happened to countless victims over the nets, likely costing consumers billions of dollars annually.
Still not convinced? Take a look of other red flags of Anabolic Rx24 and Nitric Max Muscle:
#1. The complete ingredients list of Anabolic Rx24 and Nitric Max Muscle are unknown: from the salespage of Anabolic Rx24 and Nitric Max Muscle, the complete ingredients list is not published. Tread lightly, as consuming supplements with unknown ingredients can be dangerous.
Anabolic Rx24 claims to contain “Trillium Erectum plus additional ingredients.” According to drugs.com, trilium has been used to “stop postpartum bleeding and it also may play a role in the topical control of bleeding and relief from insect bites.”
There’s no clinical evidence to suggest its effectiveness as testosterone booster.
Nitric Max Muscles is said to contain Nitric Oxide (NO). However, the exact dosage of NO is not known. Note that overdosing with NO products can result in unpleasant side effects. Also, if you are on heart medications, approach NO products with caution.
#2. Nitric Max Muscle is said to be “clinically proven”, but there’s no clinical evidence to back up the claim.
#3. On the order page for both products, there are few trust logos (including Verisign Secured, Truste, McAFee), though non of these are clickable. That’s right: the seals are fake!
#4. The company behind Nitric Max Muscle and Anabolic Rx 24 is Biotrim Labs. According to Scambook.com, this company has received more than 100 consumer complaints since Oct 2013, and I find similar complaints on other complaint sites too. The complaints are mostly about unauthorized credit card charges and unhelpful customer service. We were staggered to find that the average users reported more than $900 of damages! (see link). Obviously, this company has a real credibility problem.
Bottom line: Again, I’d like to stress: Avoid Nitric Max Muscle and Anabolic Rx 24. Don’t get swept up in the marketing hype. Nothing can replace sensible diet and consistent training.