Imagine a diet that can help you to shed off a lot of pounds, increase energy level, boost testosterone level, and rev up sex drive. No joke. “Fox News” said it has helped a student of Harvard University to drop 130 pounds of body fat in just 3 months! All he did was taking Muscle X Tst 1700 (sometimes know as Testo Boost X) pills and apple cider vinegar drinks every morning. That’s it!
Here we go again.
If you are rolling your eyes at this supposed new breakthrough for men, don’t be.
Similar to Garcinia Cambogia and apple cider vinegar diet that we’ve discussed before, this diet (ACV + Muscle X Tst 1700) is long on promise, short on effectiveness.
In fact, I urge you to avoid all these websites that peddle the diet. Here’s why:
#1. Almost everything about these websites is fake: the news, the testimonials, affiliation with CNN (or sometimes FOX).
Let’s take a look at one URL on one of the sites:
It’ is: foxnews.com.celebrity-body.com
At first glance, you may think that this is the legitimate Foxnews site. However, this is actually a subdomain to celebrity-body.com, which is not affiliated with FoxNews.
When I search the news on Foxnews, nothing come up:
Similar finding is observed on Cnn.com
In short, these websites masquerade as the legitimate news site to deceive consumers.
As well, these sites are plastered with suspicious comments and testimonials from seemingly satisfied customers.
As a random pick, “Alex Porquezr” said:
“I saw this combo on FOX a while ago and I’m still using the combo. I’ve been using the product for about 6 weeks . Honestly, this is unbelievable, all I have to say is WOW.”
A search on Google yields more than 170,000 results!
The very same testimonial has been used on other dodgy sites to promote a myriad of products, including Supreme Garcinia Cambogia, Muscle X, wrinkles cream (Radialabs, Hydroxatone, Lifecell, Sorelabs), Ketone Slim Xt etc.
The testimonial is obviously very, very misleading.
#2. The proof is lacking: the clinical evidence for the apple cider vinegar and Muscle X Tst 1700 diet is non-existent.
Apple cider vinegar on its own may help with weight loss (more on this later).
As for Muscle X Tst 1700, it contains 742 mg proprietary blend of Horny Goat Weed Leaf Extract, Tongkat Ali Root Extract, Saw Palmetto Fruit Extract, Orchic Substance, Wild Yam Root Extract, Sarsaparilla Root Extract, Nettle Root Extract, and Boron Amino Acid Chelate. With the proprietary blend, it’s hard to know the specific amounts of each ingredient. This is another red flag, as supplements with proprietary blend usually contain very little of the active ingredients listed on the label.
What’s more, Muscle X Tst 1700 has not been tested safe or effective as the maker claimed to be.
#3. Testosterone boosters do not work: in addition to weight loss promise, Muscle X Tst 1700 is touted to be testosterone booster and aphrodisiac. The thing is, none of the ingredients in Muscle X Tst 1700 has been proven to be effective in raising testosterone level. At best the pills may cause small fluctuations in T level temporarily, but it won’t help you build more muscle.
Keep the vinegar
Now don’t get me wrong, I am not asking you to dismiss apple cider vinegar altogether. ACV is not a miracle cure, but it offers many health benefits, including lowering blood sugar level, lowering cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease, and helps to kill bacteria. What’s more, it does appear to promote weight loss!
#2. Vinegar helps to improve insulin sensitivity . If you are dieting, increased insulin sensitivity will allow you to lose more fat without losing muscle. For those who are training hard, you will gain more muscle than fat. 
Tip #1: When you eat high-carb food, pair it with apple cider vinegar.
Tip #2: Other foods that improve insulin sensitivity include cinnamon, fenugreek, turmeric, green tea, walnuts, almonds, lemon, lime etc.
Who’s behind Muscle X Tst 1700 ?
There’s very little information on the company behind Muscle X Tst 1700, though the salespage is shockingly similar to Xtest pills. As mentioned earlier, it’s also known as Testo Boost X .
If you’ve bought Muscle X Tst 1700 and would like to get a refund, the number to contact is 1-888-507-9059 according to the product site.
Don’t be a sucker
In a nutshell, apple cider vinegar is recommended, but do not bother with Muscle X Tst 1700. As cliché as it may sounds, the key to successful weight loss is calorie deficits, proper training program, and adequate sleep.