Yeah, I get it as well, I’ve read at least a couple of articles over the past couple of years that have discussed “dirty” supplements, in that they work so well because they have ingredients other than those listed on the label, or in different concentrations.
The hype surrounding the Surge WO Fuel makes me wonder if there may be something in it that can be found under certain banned categories of substances.
In no way am I calling Biotest “dirty”, it seems like they do their homework with research and produce what works, but it just might not be accepted within the NCAA guidelines.
The banned substances list, found here:
only lists examples of the banned substances in the respective categories. Nothing in the Surge WO Fuel matched any of the examples, but I’m still not sure if any of the ingredients would fall into any of the banned categories:
(b) Anabolic Agents (anabolic steroids)
© Substances banned for specific sports
(d) Diuretics and other urine manipulators
(e) Street drugs
(f) Peptide hormones and Analogues
Obviously some of those are irrelevant to the product, but I thought I’d put the list here to provide some info for anyone who’s curious.