- USPLabs Jack3d Review Review by AstroNutrition In-House Review
A few key ingredients within Jacked aren’t something you’d normally find in other fat burning, muscle-growing products. One of these ingredients is known as Dimethylamylamine, which was used for nasal decongestion in the early 1940s until it was realized that the medicinal properties were curing more than a person’s sinus problems. This particular component gave consumers more energy and built their immunity defenses, so the makers of Jacked decided it was a unique and beneficial additive. Jacked is also equipped with 4 different amino acids that work to alleviate muscle fatigue and improve high intensity exercise performance.
Despite all the benefits of consuming Jacked on a regular basis, it does have a small list of downsides. You must start out with a small dose in the beginning because larger doses can result in symptoms similar to a sugar crash if your body isn’t accustomed to great quantities of energy at once.
People with certain food allergies, such as an allergy to citrus, should avoid Jacked because of a high concentration of the ingredient that gives Jacked its flavor. As always, before attempting to obtain raw energy and sleeve-splitting muscle mass, you should consult your physician about the pros and cons of taking Jacked as your primary pre-workout dietary supplement. (Posted on 2/18/11)