Mitotropin Review – Gone But Not ForgottenBy: Rob Miller
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There are fat burning supplements designed for everyone, then there are serious fat burning supplements for bodybuilders looking to be at their peak performance and physique. Mitotropinfrom Gaspari Nutrition is definitely a serious supplement.
Designed for bodybuilders preparing for a competition, Mitotropin comes with a 52 page manual laying out a strategy to “take your physique to the next level.” It promises to deliver “total reconfiguration of your body’s composition in a single box.”
Unfortunately, Gaspari seems to be doing a little housecleaning. They discontinued this and another of their fat burners (Cytolean V2) and replaced them with new formulas (Spirodex and Phenorex). Since Mitotropin is still available from some online resellers, we’ll go ahead and take a look.
Mitotropin Ingredients and How They Work
Most fat burners primarily use stimulants for energy and thermogenics. They each add their own touches, but for the most part, they all work the same way. Don’t get me wrong, there are stimulants in Mitotropin, but they also use 3 proprietary complexes to get the job done.
The Mitotropin Uncoupling Complex – a blend of ingredients (l-carnitine, fucoxanthin, capsicum extract) that get mitochondria moving and put them into overdrive so they can ignite energy for physical activity and performance.
The Thermophoric Lypolytic Acceleration Blend – This is where the stimulants (green tea , synephrine, caffeine) and the mood enhancers (phenylethylamine, huperzine-a, l-tyrosine) get to work.
The Free Radical Attenuation Matrix – a blend of antioxidants to further increase thermogenics.
Mitotropin also comes with Peak Condition Capsules that you take at the end of your cycle to put the finishing touches on your new physique. It’s basically a diuretic that gets rid of water weight so you can be at your absolute peak on the day of your competition.
Pros and Cons
- Mitotropin takes a broader approach to fat burning than is typically found on the market.
- Reviewers have mainly positive things to say, and consistently state that they could really feel the thermogenic burn.
- It’s made by Gaspari Nutrition, a long-time well-respected supplement maker.
- It’s not currently being made. The product information can still be found on the Gaspari website, but it states that this product is not currently available.
- Some Mitotropin reviews discuss side effects like jitters, nausea, headaches, and frequent urination.
Where to Buy
As previously stated,it can’t be purchased at the Gaspari website anymore, but at this time, you can still buy Mitotropin on eBay and a few other online resellers, like Maxxnutrition, for around $45.00.
I would say that Maxxnutrition is probably the best bet because of the online retailers that are currently selling Mitotropin, they are the ones that I am most familiar with for having a good track record.
Gaspari Nutrition makes good supplements that fitness enthusiasts trust.Seems like Mitotropin was one of them, and by following the nutrition and training guide, we’re sure you’d see results. So we have to wonder why it was discontinued. Was there a problem, or did they just decide to revamp and repackage the formula? We didn’t, however, find anything that would lead us to believe there is a problem. If you have a competition or maybe even just a social event coming up, and you can still find it, we would recommend it.
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Yeah each site will be selling a different batch, so there is no real way to tell what the expiration date of the product you are getting. You would have to contact the company directly to find out.