NO2 Vital is a supplement available for trial that is claimed to help “improve muscle definition and help boost your workout”. How does it work though?
In the following review we will look more closely at the claims made and whether they are accurate or not.
Do so we will need to look at the ingredients to see not only if they are effective, but also will need to check if they are safe to use too.
We will also look to see if there are any hidden charges to worry about. We know from past experience that trial offers are well known for having them.
Finally we will conclude whether we believe NO2 Vital to be a good deal or not.
Please read on to discover the truth for yourself.
Claimed benefits of NO2 Vital
NO2 Vital makes the following claims on its website regarding its benefits:
- Helps build muscle
- May lose fat
- Increase energy
How does NO2 Vital achieve these benefits though? The best way to see how accurate these claims are is by looking at what ingredients have been used.
Ingredients found in NO2 Vital
The first thing you will notice is that there is very little information available on the NO2 Vital website.
There is no label present, although there is a list of ingredients used, which include:
L-Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate-21, L-Arginine, L-Arginine Monohydrochloride, L-Citrulline, Dipotassium Phosphate, Gelatin, Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate, Microcrystalline Cellulose.
While some of these ingredients have been shown to be of benefit to your own training efforts without knowing the dosages used there is no way of knowing exactly how beneficial NO2 Vital really is.
When looking at supplements it is always best to be able to see the label beforehand. As this will enable you to get a good idea of what effect it will have on you.
As things stand there is no way of knowing what actual benefits are on offer.
Pricing of NO2 Vital
Again this information is not immediately available to view, as it has been hidden away in the terms and conditions (a common tactic used by trial offers).
These terms and conditions state that at the end of the 14 day trial period you will be charged $79.95.
You will also find to your horror that signing up to the NO2 Vital trial also means that you have signed up for an auto-ship program too that will continue to send you monthly packages at cost.
These deliveries will continue until your subscription is cancelled.
Is NO2 Vital a scam?
With so much information missing from its website, I find it hard to believe that many people will rush into signing up for this offer anyway.
I wouldn’t blame them as there are also doubts about its claimed benefits, mainly due to a lack of ingredient information.
The cost of the product is also a little high.
My conclusion therefore would be to avoid NO2 Vital, and to look for an alternative.
Contact details for NO2 Vital
To cancel the trial you should phone them using the following number: (888) 673-6191
There is also an email address for general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have signed up for this offer and wish to leave your own review then please do so by leaving a comment below.
Alternative to NO2 Vital
If you do not want to waste anymore time with trial offers but are still looking for something to boost your own training efforts then I suggest you pay a visit to the Crazy Bulk website, in particular at a supplement called D-Bal.
This supplement has been created as an alternative to the dangerous and banned steroid Dianabol. Yet D-Bal is completely legal with no side effects.
Using D-Bal will provide you with the following benefits:
- Strength and muscle gains
- Improved blood flow
- Better oxygen retention
D-Bal is not available for trial so the price you see onsite is what you will ultimately pay. There is no auto-shipping or hidden charges.