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Is CreAbsorb a Scam? - TLDR

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that CraAbsorb is a scam. We can find no human clinical evidence that this ingredient works. MuscleBlaze claims "MB Creatine Monohydrate CreAMP on the other hand deteriorates a lot less than Regular Creatine making it more bioavailable" which does…

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Is PeptiStrong a Scam? - TLDR

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that PeptiStrong is a scam. Many of its studies are either in mice or against a placebo doing nothing. The most interesting study has conflicts of interest, and is incorrectly designed. PeptiStrong is a hydrolyzed fava bean peptide. What's…

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Is PeptiPump a Scam? - TLDR

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that PeptiPump is a scam. We can find no human clinical evidence that this ingredient works. We don't even see this product on the inventor's site, and the only Google results are PR pieces announcing its launch. We can't…

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Is VELOX a Scam? - TLDR

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that VELOX is a scam. Many of its studies have conflicts of interest, and its most interesting study is incorrectly designed. VELOX is just one gram of Citrulline and one gram of Arginine blended together; that's it. Literally just…

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Is DL-185 a Scam? - TLDR

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that DL-185 currently used by MuscleTech Peptide 185 is a scam. Its study is conflicted and incorrectly designed. We believe the study actually shows that DL-185 is worse than normal leucine. DL-185 is just two leucine molecules bonded together;…

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Is AstraGin a Scam?

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that AstraGin is not only a scam, but one of the worst ingredients in sports nutrition. The reason brands have to make such vague and generic claims about AstraGin is that the science is so poor and misleading. AstraGin…

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Is ProHydrolase a Scam?

Scam SUMMARY:¬†We believe ProHydrolase is a scam. The sole published study shows little to no difference when using ProHydrolase. The other problem with enzymes such as ProHydrolase is that they probably don't work as consumers expect. They are designed to work at a specific pH…

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Is nooLVL a Scam?

Scam SUMMARY: It is our opinion that nooLVL by Nutrition 21 is a scam. The public data substantiating its claims, efficacy or safety are minimal and raise serious doubts about this product in our mind. More worryingly, it seems that nearly every product using nooLVL…

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About Us

SUMMARY: Nutrition Scam was started by a team of science focused enthusiasts who looked at a sports nutrition supplement label and had no clue what any of the trademarked ingredients really were. Are they safe? Would they cause allergic reactions? Is there any science at…

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