Tuesday, May 23, 2017

NCN Nutraceuticals Shredderall Review


Sold by @ncnsupps (Natural Chemist Nutraceuticals), Shredderall is as a product that:
  • Increases Metabolism
  • Improves Reaction Speed
  • Improves Mental and Physical Performance
  • Increases Motivation
Containing 200mg of Caffeine, 4mg of Yohimbine HCL (a powerful fat burner), among other ingredients (all of which can be found at http://ncnsupps.com), Shredderall does exactly as it’s marketed to do.
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The product is a strong, effective fat burner which successfully increases mental performance (in a similar manner to, what I’d assume, are the effects of adderall). While it should be noted this product should not be used as a means of burning fat while you aren’t in the gym (don’t take this as a way to eat poorly and burn calories), using Shredderall on top of basic gym cardio has done me wonders.
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The beauty of Shredderall is that it’s much more than your average thermogenic; on top of it’s thermogenic-like results, it also - as mentioned above - successfully increases reaction speed, mental performance and physical performance as well. This separates Shredderall from the competition and this is what makes Shredderall so spectacular.
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Would I recommend Shredderall in place of your run of the mill thermogenic? Yes…1,000 times over.
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I’ll be recommending Shredderall to just about anyone who asks this day forward.



Monday, May 22, 2017

In-Bite Review

@_inbite_ (http://inbite.us) was kind enough to send me some of their all natural, gluten free baked products, and while I did receive the products below, it’s also worth noting that they produce a plethora of other products that can be found on their website http://inbite.us; including: Bread (No Nuts, Chia, Pumpkin & Honey), Brownies, Cookies (Chocolate Chip/Coconut, Coffee/Coconut, Cranberry/Coconut, Nectar/Coconut, Coconut, Chocolate, Cranberry, Quiona Chocolate Hazelnut), Granola (Apple-Cannamon, Coconut, Maple), and Muffins (Carrot, Chocolate, and Vanilla). I’ll also state before delving into my thoughts on eat product that there were a lot of firsts for me in the batch below, I’d never had a Quiona Cookie, and so the taste was - honestly - a bit unnatural; the flavor may simply be something acquired!
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Quiona Chocolate Hazelnut Cookie (Vegan and Lactose Free) - As aforementioned this was the first quoina  cookie I had ever had, and while I did taste the chocolate, I was a bit offput by the overall flavor that the cookie had. The cookie comes in at only 295calories per serving, 4g of protein, and 12g of sugar.
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Vanilla Muffin (Paleo Friendly, Low Carb, No Sugar Added, and Lactose Free) - While the taste of the muffin wasn’t exactly to my liking, the low calorie count (182 calories), and low sugar (1g) and high protein count (7g) made the product on the whole a bit more appealing.
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Coconut Cookies (Free of: Trans Fat, Cholesterol, Artificial Flavors, Hydrogenated Oil, High Fructose Corn Syrup) - Very delicious, the coconut cookies were approximately 61cal. per cookie, at 1g of Protein and 3.5g of sugar per. For foods free of all of the things listed beforehand, these cookies were delicious!
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Carrot Muffin (Paleo Friendly, Low Carb, No Sugar Added, Lactose Free) - My friend actually gave this muffin a shot, and he more than certainly seemed to like it. Carrot-flavored snacks are usually not my cup of tea, but he had me convinced I should have tried some of it after he finished. Similar to the Vanilla Muffin, this Muffin comes in at a mere 179cal, 1g of sugar, and 6g of protein per muffin.
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Paleo Apple Cinnamon Granola (5g of Protein, 3g of Sugar - Per Serving) - Shockingly, I wasn’t a huge fan of this granola, and that’s honestly surprising given my love for most granolas. Potentially due to the ingredients that it’s comprised of - or it being my first time trying such a product - I didn’t get any of the promised “apple cinnamon” flavor! :(
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Rolled Oats Cranberry Cookies (Low Carb, Lactose Free) - Saving the best for last, I have to say if I were to purchase anything from @_inbite_  again (and I will), the Rolled Oats Cranberry Cookies easily top my list. At 69calories, 10g of carbs, 3g of sugar, and 1.5g of protein per bite-sized cookie (2 cookies being one serving), these vegan snacks were absolutely flavor packed and delicious!

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Snap Nutrition OOH Snap! Protein Bars

I was recently given the opportunity to test @snapnutrition [https://www.oohsnapnutrition.com] ’s protein bars; in both the Chocolate Peanut and Vanilla Marshmallow flavors…and I must say, these products are an absolute hit.
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Each bar packs a whopping 15g of Protein, 9-10g of Fiber (depending on flavor), and a mere 2-3g of Sugar (again depending on flavor) and given their taste, those numbers are beyond incredible.
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The Chocolate Peanut flavored bar tastes exactly how you’d expect, like a mixture of chlorate and peanuts…but where @snapnutrition’s bar truly stands out is the fact that you don’t feel as if you’re eating a protein bar. Given the fact that they sent me two boxes, I asked a few of my friends to give the bars a try and they all came to the same conclusion as I did, ‘there’s no way this isn’t candy’.
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Similarly, the Vanilla Marshmallow bars were absolutely delicious, with both myself and my friends proclaiming it felt as if we were eating rice crispy bars rather than protein bars.
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The only thing you might want to watch for - if you’re carb conscious - is the fact that the carb count per serving and the protein count per serving are extremely close…but even then comparatively carbs per serving are low.
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Other than that the bars were absolutely amazing!