There have been many different products coming out. But honestly, I would think that the makers of things like Arsenal-X, in other words products hoping to make sales, would make up some kind of flashy advertising slogan, pay someone $25 to write content one time, or maybe pay someone to create a site, again one time, and then pay for maintenance. But you get none of that.
You get a short splurb that any 5 year old could write by copying a few lines off of someone else’s website. It literally says”
“Supports insane energy levels”
“Supports amplified muscle strength”
“Supports fat disintegrating compounds”
“Supports muscle sparing”
“New liquid gel capsules with an extreme thermogenic for energy and strength”
I know, it’s not much to go off of, and if a company is too cheap to pay for that, chances are, that company is too cheap to create a productive diet pill. Makers are not spending that money on great ingredients. It’s a matter of creating a slightly bigger profit margin, especially when Arsenal-X charges $79.99 a bottle. The ingredients may not look that bad. But just think about the small amounts.
Ingredients & How Arsenal-X Works
Arsenal-X ingredients include Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Theobromine, Synephrine, Guggulsterones E&Z, Ginger root, Rhodiola rosea, Tyramine, Evodiamine, Vinpocetine, Octopamine, L-tyrosine, Yohimbine, Caffeine anhydrous, Green tea, MCT oil, Bioperine, Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine.
Arsenal-X has clinically proven ingredients. Green tea and synephrine are two of the most obvious ones. But without the clinically proven amounts, you will only end up seeing the side effects of caffeine and no results. After a while, you will probably get sick of all of this. But it would be better if you just use something else in the first place.