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Ripped Muscle Nitro and Sytropin Reviews: Scam or not?

Everyone knows it: the key to muscle building is right diet and consistnt strength training. It sounds simple, but it’s a lot of hard work. The quest for short-cuts has some men taking Nitric Oxide booster and HGH supplements. Today I would like to talk about the latest combo in the market: Ripped Muscle Nitro and Sytropin. Do these products really work? Will the combo help you to build lean muscle, lose weight, and regain vitality? Read on to find out.

Sytropin: it’s marketed as HGH(Human Growth Hormone) supplement. HGH is produced naturally by the body to regulate body growth, body temperature and fat metabolism. Because the body HGH’s level naturally decreased by age, many people turn to HGH supplements. Sytropin is said to be the “the highest quality HGH supplement available without a prescription”. Like other competing products, there’s no reliable evidence to support to claims.

Ripped Muscle Nitro: this bodybuilding supplement works as NO (Nitric Oxide) booster. According to the claims, Ripped Muscle Nitro contains amico acid to boost NO level in the body. Howeever, there’s no evidence that suggests NO supplementation can increase muscle size, strength, endurance and appearance.

So what’s the bottom line?

Sytropin and Ripped Muscle Nitro have not been tested safe or effective. In addition, it seems that the combo is not likely to work as advertised. To be safe, talk to your doctor before you approach any supplement.

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