GBN Plazmosis has been used in a number of different settings. They claim that GBN Plazmosis will finally help you to effectively get the pump and solid muscle building results that you are looking for without all the hassle. They claim that GBN Plazmosis will finally increase solid lean muscle mass, replenish electrolytes, and give you a superior creatine formula for maximum strength gains in general. Apparently, this will finally help you with everything you need to get real and lasting success.
So how does it work? They talk about serving professional bodybuilders, and apparently that gives them credibility. But basically speaking they claim that it will help in every genre of fitness, and this pre workout supplement will give your muscles more energy, more pump in general, and you will be able to dramatically increase hydration, electrolyte replenishment, and various other benefits for athletic performance and endurance.
GBN Plazmosis does use some interesting ingredients. They do for example use a number of amino acids. Amino acids do not necessarily build muscle so much as they do feed muscle. So frankly speaking, every good formula does actually need these. It’s just a question of the amounts. And while they put too much emphasis we think on these amino acids, they don’t even use the amounts that would be needed to compliment other ingredients in general. So obviously it wouldn’t work out as well as one might like to think.
This being said, they also have the nitric oxide precursor known as citrulline malate as well as creatine. The ultimate result is that both of these provide the muscles with greater energy levels. The difference is that creatine does it by pushing water around the muscles, and citrulline malate actually does it without all the side effects in general. But again, they don’t have the properly needed amounts of these.
From there, they do have a number of electrolytes. Electrolytes replenish stores and sources that your body needs and are actually lost in the process of sweating and workouts in general. The problem is that they don’t actually promote lean muscle building effects on their own, and unfortunately, it seems that realistically speaking, this is their strongest set of ingredients.
They do have other ingredients such as pomegranate. But obviously enough, pomegranate is not really related to weight loss, muscle building, or workouts in general. It has vitamins and antioxidants sure. But that is a far cry to say the least from actual weight loss, from pre workout, from muscle building, from anything that they talk about.
We would not suggest using GBN Plazmosis. It will not help you to achieve any greater results or benefits, and you would be considerably better off using something else. GBN Plazmosis is just another waste of time and money, and there are without question far better options out there for your needs.
Jackie Hogan, MS, RD is a registered dietitian based in Los Angeles. She is a member of the California Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (CAND-LAD) and the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine Practice Group and Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Jackie has been featured on Women’s Health, Fitness Magazine, Women’s Fitness, and Men’s Fitness magazine.