EliteGain 350 is a supplement available for trial that claims to be able to provide a “clinically proven nitric oxide boost” that can give your strength a pump up to 400%, which is quite a claim.
In this review we will look at this supplement in more detail to discover how accurate its claims are, and whether there are any hidden charges that we need to be aware of.
What we have discovered in past reviews of trial offers is that they are rarely as good an offer as they are made out to be, with many just a front for an auto-ship program.
Claimed benefits of EliteGain 350
EliteGain 350 has made the following claims on its website:
- Supercharge lean muscle growth
- Burn fat on abs and chest
- Cut recovery time in half
- Boost endurance
- Increase sex drive and energy
To be fair these claims sound fantastic, but whether they are accurate or not remains to be seen.
These claims have been written to entice the reader into making a ‘snap’ decision, so that they will sign up for the offer without looking for proof of the claims.
I would suggest that you at least look to see what ingredients EliteGain 350 is made from before making any decision.
Ingredients used in EliteGain 350
After viewing the website I was disappointed to find that there is no ingredient information listed anywhere.
This makes it impossible to prove its claims, and puts doubt in my mind that it is an effective supplement.
It important that you know what you are putting into your body as if there are any ingredients that you are allergic too then these should obviously be avoided.
Price of EliteGain 350
When you see statements like “try risk free” you maybe tempted to sign up for the offer as there is no risk involved, but in reality this is not quite the case.
While you have 14 days to decide whether you wish to keep the supplement this is not a long time to see any real results. And should you fail to cancel the trial within this time frame you are going to be charged £97 ($117 USD).
Unlike some trial offers we have seen, EliteGain 350 seems not to offer auto-shipping, which is a good sign. So at least there should be only payment to come out of your account.
Would we recommend EliteGain 350?
Without seeing the ingredients used to make EliteGain 350 it is impossible to recommend it as there is no way of knowing how effective it can be.
The supplement also seems a little expensive too, as there are various alternatives available that cost a fraction of this.
My suggestion to you would be to look for an alternative.
Contact details for EliteGain 350
There are various ways that you can use to contact EliteGain 350, such as:
You can also cancel the EliteGain 350 trial online as there is a ‘quick cancel’ button available onsite.
If you have trialled this supplement please leave a comment below with your own review of your experiences.
Alternative to EliteGain 350
Its name is D-Bal (available from Crazy Bulk) and it is a natural alternative to the banned steroid Dianabol.
This means that using it can help provide you with the following benefits:
- Strength and muscle gains
- Faster than normal results
- Enhanced nitrogen retention
- Improved blood flow
D-Bal is more affordable than EliteGain 350 and has listed its ingredients too, which makes proving its benefits much easier to achieve.