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ScamOrNotReviews Announces Muscle Xlerator Review for 2014

ScamOrNotReviews, a consumer advocacy group, has announced the release of their 2014 Muscle Xlerator review. The company examines claims made by product manufacturers to ensure their validity, and in the case of Muscle Xlerator, they have found that the m

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Consumer advocacy group ScamOrNotReviews has released their 2014 review of the product known as Muscle Xlerator. The company specializes in conducting research on various products, especially those whose claims may be difficult to believe. It is the goal of the company to aid consumers seeking to verify the accuracy of statements made by manufacturers in an effort to sell their product. While the company often finds products to be less than what they claim, in the case of their Muscle Xlerator review, the product delivered results consistent with the manufacturer's promises.

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Through the use of double-blind testing, the researchers at ScamOrNotReviews were able to thoroughly test the claims made by the makers of Muscle Xlerator. Each of the claims was individually tested for validity, and each claim turned out to be accurate. 

The product manufacturer's main claim is that the product allows "muscles to perform faster, work harder and recover more rapidly." According to the Muscle Xlerator review, subjects who used the product did experience improved performance across a variety of exercises, while also experiencing less fatigue and a shortened recovery cycle.

ScamOrNotReviews also analyzed the ingredients used in the product. The manufacturer claims that there are five different types of creatine used in the product, a claim that was verified through lab analysis. The analysis also revealed the presence of beta alanine, vanadyl sulfate, and taurine, all of which the company includes in the product's ingredient list.

Test subjects who used the product also reported feeling increased strength and endurance while performing a variety of exercises. The review company verified these feelings by measuring strength and endurance gains over the six-week trial. The group exposed to Muscle Xlerator achieved significantly greater gains than the control group.

As a part of their review, ScamOrNotReviews recommended that consumers interesting in buying Muscle Xlerator should feel safe in doing so, as the product's claims are accurate and verifiable.

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