All-American EFX Nytric EFX Pro Review
All-American EFX Nytric EFX Pro is an N.O. product (nitric oxide) that has taken an all-new approach to nitric oxide production by making a slow-assimilating formula–in tablet form. We decided to take a closer look at the ingredient composition of this product to give readers a better idea what they’re in for using EFC Nytric Pro. Is it worth the investment?
Only three tablets a day high-concentration formula:
AKG Amplifying Matrix 2mg
Rutacarpine — can stimulate vaso-dilation and nitric oxide production.
Vanadyl Sulfate — has insulin mimicking capabilities and is elemental in development of tissues.
Chromium — inconclusive evidence that this takes any significant biological role in the body.
Di-Calcium Phosphate — maintains tablet insolubility (for slow release of arginine).
L-Citrulline — a blood vessel relaxant.
Dextro-Cyclodized AKG 1g
Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate — works as a vasodilator/nitric oxide booster.
Cycloamylose — works as a shuttle for proteins.
Unfortunately, reviews on this product haven’t been great. Most users have reported little to NO results after using this product in its entirety. That’s a bad sign… Most products will at least increase some momentum in a users workout, to some degree. But we’ve found through reading reviews that this product is a dud. Arginine hasn’t been scientifically proven to actually increase short-term levels of nitric oxide in athletes, and works as a vasodilator at best. With such a low concentration of arginine and put into a difficult to assimilate tablet form–it’s no wonder that not even levels of pump were reported. We would strongly recommend readers look elsewhere for their nitric oxide/pump/muscle building needs.