The Methoxy-7 test is finally ready to go!
A number of readers reported that they got
remarkably good results from Methoxy-7 at twice the recommended label dose – really
amazing stuff. This seems surely worth looking
For many supplement companies it would be no surprise that a product might not work its best at the label-recommended doses but be of much more value at higher dosages: people routinely double or triple recommendations for that reason. That’s not how it’s supposed
to be with Biotest products, though – the maximum label dose is supposed to be that point at which taking more wouldn’t be productive. It looks as if that may have
been missed with Methoxy-7, and if so that
needs to be found out and corrected.
So, readers who are selected for the test will
be sent 14 bottles of Methoxy-7 free of charge to be used at this dosing for 12 weeks.
What we would like is progress reports and opinions of how well it works.
For accurate findings, we need experienced weight trainers using methods familiar to them so they know what
changes are attributable simply to training and diet, and what are attributable to the Methoxy-7.
So this means participants can train and diet as they wish,
but must use only training
and dietary methods which are already familiar and well-understood.
(Which brings up a correction to the webpage: it says “no change” can be made
in diet or training, but what is actually
meant is what I’ve written above. You’re not stuck with doing exactly whatever you’re doing now – just please don’t do unfamiliar things with regard to training or diet.)
As with the MAG-10 test, a webpage has been set up for people to register. We’ll pick those who seem to be in the best situations for providing evaluations, correspond a little by e-mail, and should have a final selection shortly.
And as with the MAG-10 Challenge, well-qualified Forum participants who expressed
interest beforehand will be given a little
extra consideration towards “getting in.”
The webpage is:
Thanks for your interest, and your help!