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So you’ve been looking around for a great nutritional fitness supplement in the fitness industry to assist you in burning fat and putting on more muscle mass (and maybe even pounds) eh? Sounds like a great idea!
However, it’s important to mention that there are tons of pretenders and even scams out there. This can be extremely daunting and even depressing, to say the least. And we haven’t even mentioned all those ‘proprietary formulas’ yet, which are really nothing more than smoke that supplement companies use so you can’t determine for yourself whether or not they legitimately work.
That’s where we come in; we do the dirty work and online sleuthing so that you don’t have to. And today, we’ll be taking a look at the pre-workout supplement, JYM Pro-Jym. Let’s find out if it’s really legit, or just more snake oil, shall we?
To lead off, is JYM Pro-Jym DOES share all the ingredients and its formula. That’s a comforting start, for sure. There are too many companies in the industry today who refuse to share this information; it’s easier this way to dupe their customers.
And how about the list of active ingredients found in JYM Pro-Jym?
- Extract of Green Tea
- (Lots of) Caffeine
- Advantra Z
Sadly however, the list of JYM Pro-Jym side effects is longer than the list of active ingredients; never a good thing when looking for an effective fitness supplement (!):
- Elevated blood pressure
- Elevated heart rate
- Upset stomach
- Increased body temperature
- Skin flushing
As mentioned above, a good rule of thumb about nutritional fitness supplements is that if the list of side effects is longer than the list of (active) ingredients, you are better off giving the product a miss. That is definitely the case here with JYM Pro-Jym.
It just might be an effective supplement, and could probably win me over if there were any FDA-approved results from clinical studies (which there aren’t). Bottom line, I just can’t see the value in purchasing such an expensive nutritional fitness supplement product without proven results and proof to negate all those complaints of common side effects mentioned above.