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There exists a widespread misconception on the subject of pre-workout health supplements being harmful. This particular disbelief initiated as the result of health supplement misuse. A great number of those who exercise in their mission to have the ideal body started to overuse products. These people loved seeing really fast effects and side-effects which arise when used wrongly. Any sort of dietary supplement will surely have bad secondary effects when used inadequately.
Force Factor works together with your own body through providing a consistent amount of nitric oxide. It truly is a great product which de-stresses muscular cells nearby vessels. Making more space for much needed oxygen and important vitamins and minerals to make it through to the muscles. It is so great that it brings down feeling of low energy and builds simultaneously power and durability in the time of intense workout routines. That means more rapid outcomes.
I have to admit, I worry when I see things like ForceFactor advertised.
The FDA does not do a fabulous job of regulation - just look at their track record over the past 30 or 40 years - it looks to me like they are actually trying to pacify the pharmaceutical and food-producer lobbyists rather than do real testing of the products they're supposed to sign off on!
Now, taking that into account, if you then look at products that are NOT FDA approved, you have even less guarantee that it's not going to do some damage to your system.
The body is a delicate mechanism, with millions of moving parts. Any outside interference in the form of pills (even medications) and supplements - well, you never know exactly what sort of cocktail you're mixing there, and what the long-term effects might be. Remember fen-phen? It caused weight loss, yes, but it also killed people.
If it were *me*, I would stay far away from this product. Muscles grow when you exercise them. So exercise them. That'll give you the boost in metabolism that will slowly work away at the fat. Slow and steady wins the game, they tell me! :)
Final analysis - it's your body. Your choice.
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I saw this advertised and it is being sold online at GNC.com
Here is the description of Force Factor:
Force Factor is a powerful growth-enhancing hemodilator that has been scientifically formulated to boost Nitric Oxide (N.O.) levels in the body resulting in a dramatic increase in muscle size, strength, power output, load capacity and a perpetually pumped-up physique. Use this product together with Ramp Up® for maximum results.
INCREASES STREGNTH - IMPROVES ENDURANCE - SPEEDS UP RECOVERY TIME
Here is a link to the Force Factor website:
Just my opinion, but this product hasn't been on the market that long, and there are other products like Force Factor, that are a bit nicer on the wallet if you know what I mean.
And If you can--I would compare it to other products---because between you & me--when I see the phrase "Growth-Enhancing Hemodilator" it makes me wonder what the side effects could be....
Edited by: COOLTWINMOM3 at: 1/16/2010 (17:13)
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I haven't heard of this one but I really don't think it will be much different than any of the others.Most proven watch calories,exercise ,portion control
I have never heard of it....sorry!
Anna from Defiance, Ohio
It is a new supplement to give your an energy boost and weight loss. I know there is no magic in a bottle, but figure i give it a shot. If anyone knows of or has tried please share results.
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