I came across this new supplement claiming roid-like gains. It's called Monster Mix, by Applied Nutritional Research. They say they have been in Men's Health, Muscle Fitness and Flex, but I can't seem to find a single thing on this company and/or product. This obviously raised a red flag, so I am reaching out to ya'll to see what you my know. Just google ANR Monster Mix and the top three (3) will be their promotional websites.
Have you tried it? What do you think? Did you get the ridiculous results they are claiming?
Thread: Monster Mix - NEW SUPPLEMENT
03-14-2012, 11:43 AM #1
Monster Mix - NEW SUPPLEMENT
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03-26-2012, 05:43 PM #3
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actually I do remember them being in Muscle Fitness and Flex a few months back and they haven't been mentioned since. I think they had to of raised a red flagg because lets face it as much as I love and Read them almost every month for the articles the advertisements repeat a lot(not that its a bad thing.) so Im gunna do some digging and if i can get a bottle ill let u know how it goes.
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12-26-2012, 06:28 PM #5
Hey, I just came across this product today by accident. I did some brief research about this product and company. Their website getmonstermix.com is extremely misleading and vague about their quotations and references. It makes reference to Spike, Men's health magazine and other somewhat reputable sources however, there is nothing to be found about this product in those webpages quoted or any other webpage on Google search engine. I also tried doing some research in Russian with the help of Google translate and I found no results. More over this company is registered as Dietgrades.org and has many other AKAs. The best part is that this company is not BBB accredited, holds the lowest BBB grading "F" and has complaints about their products/services as shown on this link bbb.org/denver/business-reviews/weight-control-services/applied-nutritional-research-in-westminster-co-90021806. yet, their webpage displays the BBB logo right next to the MacAfee logo. I have emailed ANR (the name of the lab that allegedly made this product) asking for sources verification about their statements. Also, note that getmonstermix . com is very misleading and not only because two sentences are together it means that they are part of the same thought/testimonial. The people quoted on their testimonial section either do not exist or they are all very very private people because I was not able to find any other piece of information on any individual listed there. I also consulted with a health store crew about this product and of course they agreed that this product can not deliver what it promises. I find the people at this store to be knowledgeable and would take their word for it. (these were my findings and I am only sharing this information for everyone to know and continue researching on their own)
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I stumbled upon this product just like the rest of you all. After doing maybe 24-48 hours of total research over the last week or soon (Winter break, I'm college student, what else am I gonna do) I discovered yes, if this product is actually true and you do receive it in the mail, then its not a half bad product. But...these claims, 5 lbs in 10 days? there is no access to "credible" sources or research websites out there. Sorry, if a .com is trying to tell me something and it doesn't look like a legit site, I don't call it credible. There claim that you could spend several hundred dollars for the nutrient value of what this product has. True, if you buy the ingredients this thing has, separately has they have tried to advertised, it will. Here's the catch, the standard container of there's cannot be that large to obtain to the value of the 17 other some odd supplements bought in a bulk version.
This other website that yes, is little basis and just absolutely bashing the product also got me to look at some other things within it.
I don't recommend this product. I'm considering trying it out, being a gini pig for it but not even convinced right now to do even that.
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11-04-2013, 10:54 AM #10
There is no supplement in the world that can have quick gains that are legal. The FDA doesn't control what supplement companies put on their product. I looked at their website and the BBB, and most of their complaints are product claims. Find something that has been used tried and tested and been around for a long time. Continue to work out, pump hard and you will get there.
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LOL Strong promotion from people with people 3 posts combined........seeing the label then seeing comments that it gives you roids like gainz is laughable. If you believe you will get jacked from drinking this then please give me all your cash and I promise I will triple your investment in less than 2 weeks!
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Looks like 100% bullcrap. The profile looks pretty good but I don't trust them given all their ridiculous claims on the website.
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Funny ****. 80g+ of various carbs/protein and aminos in 65g serving size....??? how?
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Steroid like results...smh..
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