No, no Supplement companies get what YOU pay for. I.E. your money.
What you get is mildly accellerated results if that, that you can get using a Protein powder and more calories.
Plus you've bumped up calories, making it more difficult to ascertain what your new supplements will actually do to help you, in lieu of the increase being a potential growth factor.
You don't really need the NO2, regardless of what it claims to do. What science backs this up?
CEE was once touted as not being 100% safe, or bypassing Gut Enzymes, which means it could have the Esther, (a type of Fat), bond stripped off, and supposedly leave you with an in vivo substance, not much better than Monohydrate.
As CEE came out about a year after Kre-alkalyn, the rumour mill circulated the story, that this CEE bashing was done by some Kre-alkalyn manufacturer, but again, I saw no evidence to back this up, meaning it may or may not have been B.S.
That's not to say this story hasn't since been rebuffed or proven as truth.
Partner in crime is a good description of both. One (NO), isn't really neccessary, the other is probably better for those of a more chunkier and seasoned disposition, like semi-pro powerlifters / strongmen, or pretty solid amateur BB guys.
People with less bulk, will probably see poorer results, owing to having less strength, therefore less natural power to get an increase off.
I know, I used Monohydrate years ago, and naivity about what to expect, gave me results, that were about as much benefit as pissing in the wind frankly and being told you can suddenly hit a punch bag a bit harder, doesn't absolve you of the disspointment.
The hard and stone cold truth here is, stick to the Protein Powder and higher calories. If you start getting too attatched, to how some neither here nor there supplements make you feel, you will get the end results you seek, and keep on paying through the nose, convinced just using PP again, might see resuts disspear, or certain "feelings", not happen any more, and you'll be paying too much of your good money for years on stuff, to get results that people eating hard and using a Protein powder, can get as well.
If you were to test yourself against such a person with a similar height, weight and lifting ability to you, even if you and he wanted massive natural mass, you'd probably be lucky to get it even 6 months quicker than him, taking NO and CE2, then you'd keep paying for some kind of feeling(s) and / or psychological attatchment to your supplements.
I've reposted something about this recently. Just use the search facility and try looking for search words like vol-u-pump or spoof or "blade nutrition", something like that.
That should hopefully convince you not to keep pissing your money away, on expensive and often pointless, crap or at best mediocre supplements, based on hype, and possibly "deliberately" fudged science.
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