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X Force No2 and Anabol X1: “Steroid Alternative” Scam

336x280-AGR-246The snake oil salesmen are on the prowl – flooding the ad networks with “new steroid alternative”, aka X Force No2 and Anabol X1. According to the ad, this combo boosts testosterone and muscle growth by up to 187%.
Don’t fall for this. The claims are completely unscientific and ridiculous.

According to the ad, a reviewer gained 16 lbs of muscle in 4 weeks without special diet or intense exercise. The truth is, you can expect to pack on up to 2 pounds in a month with proper training plan and nutrition. For most people, they will generally not see visible growth for several weeks months at early stage. This is because muscle hypertrophy takes times and is generally slow for most people.

Now let’s look at what’s inside both products:

X Force NO2: L-Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate 2-1, L-Arginine and L-Arginine Monohydrochloride
Anabol X1: Tribulus Terrestris (whole plant) Extract, Chrysin (99.6%), Diindolylmethane (DIM), Longjack Eurycoma Longifolia (root), Gamma Oryzanol

These ingredients are very common in muscle-building and testosterone-boosting supplements. However, there are no clinical evidence behind the wild claims of X Force No2 and Anabol X1. The products don’t appear to be undergo independent testing and review. What’s more: the ingredients are packaged proprietary blend. You can’t tell if the supplements contain effective doses. I really don’t like proprietary blend because in most of the time, it’s nothing but “label decoration” to deceive customers.

Another Red Flag
The ad for X Force No2 and Anabol X1 appears to be genuine review on a magazine called “Men’s Health Advice” The website is designed to look like a legitimate magazine site, but it really isn’t. If you google the exact phrase “Controversy Over New “Steroid Alternative””, you will come across myriad of web pages with similar look and feel. These sites have almost identical contents, and the adverts talk about various miraculous muscle-building products. As mentioned before, there’s no real science behind these products. You will be hard pressed to find independent clinical evidence.

In short, forget about X Force NO2 and Anabol X1. Save your money. If you are serious about getting jacked, don’t miss this video

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  • thabo August 24, 2016, 7:04 pm

    I am extremely interested in these supplements. I don’t have a credit card just a debit card but I can pay. Any other alternatives?

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