Nitrosurge by Jacked Factory is a powdered pre workout supplement. It promises to increase your energy, focus, strength, and general physical gains from exercise. It’s thought that with powder and liquid supplements, you can better absorb the nutrients than with a capsule based supplement. For this product, the company recommends you mix one scoop into water 30 to 40 minutes before your workout. You can go up to two scoops if needed, although this is not recommended often.
Nitrosurge contains the following ingredients: L-Citrulline, Beta-Alanine, Betaine, Caffeine, L-Theanine, Hordenine, Bioperine
There are 7 active ingredients in Nitrosurge. This includes Beta Alanine, Hordenine HCI, and caffeine. There’s also a unique trademarked compound called BioPerine (listed as Black Pepper Fruit Extract Bioperine). It’s also known as piperine, and is comprised of extracts from peppers. As a nutritional supplement it’s supposed to increase the absorption of various nutrients. It may also help your immune system and moods, but many of its effects haven’t been conclusively proven through medical research. Because piperine helps your body absorb certain things, it can have strange interactions with prescription drugs and certain supplements, so you should consult your doctor before using it.
Betaine and Beta Alanine are often included in modern supplements for exercising, to improve physical performance. Hordenine HCL is a nootropic included as a fat burner, but it hasn’t been proven to work. Depending on how much you take, hordenine can cause false positives in urine drug tests, so that might be an important detail to think about.
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- Powder you can mix into your drinks. You don’t have to deal with capsules, and some people don’t have to use a full scoop. If that’s true for you, the price on this is reasonable.
- Decent formula to make this a potentially effective pre workout supplement.
- The flavor is listed as cherry limeade, but the only actual fruit in the ingredients list is pineapple. The rest of the flavor comes from sucralose and various natural and artificial sources. Any other sources of fruits and vegetables are just added for color and not any nutritional benefit.
- Very expensive for a supplement that relies so much on caffeine. Each serving contains 180 mg of caffeine, which is more than the average cup of coffee. A lot of people won’t be able to adequately handle taking 2 scoops a day, which is also the most expensive option.
Reviewers mention that this is an effective product that delivers fantastic results. It seems best to take Nitrosurge in the morning or afternoon, not too long after meals. Even a partial serving of a quarter or half scoop seems to help, although some people need more than one scoop. Nitrosurge gets you going, and keeps you going, to ensure that you don’t get very tired during workouts. Some people said the powder was a little sweet, while others said the taste was excellent and balanced. Overall people are satisfied with their purchases and continue to buy Nitrosurge – because it does what it promises to do.