Everything You Need to Know About Muscletech
Muscletech Leukic Supplement (3)
In the previous 2 parts of our Leukic review articles, we provided some background information and studies done on leukic, leucine, and ketoisocaproic acid (KIC). It is clear that there is a large body of scientific research supporting the claims made by Muscletech Leukic, which include:
Increase in strength
Gain lean muscle mass
Highly anabolic supplement
Decrease muscle catabolism
Now we continue to conclude our review of Muscletech Leukic. Click below for part 1 and 2.
Leukic Suggested Use:
Always read the entire label before use and follow the labeled directions carefully. As such, the label calls for taking 1 serving (6 caplets) first thing in the morning. On workout days, take 1 serving immediately before your workout. For extreme results, take LEUKIC twice per day, once in the morning and once in the evening.
It's also recommended that you drink plenty of water throughout the day.
At two servings per day, one bottle will last you about 15days, so a month's supply will set you back about $100 bucks. It's not a cheap supplement by any means, and being sold by Moneytech (er... i mean Muscletech), certainly doesn't help in this regard. There are mixed reviews on the effectiveness of Leukic from users. While many have positive reviews, there are others that don't seem to benefit from Leukic at all. If you've used Leukic, please share your feedback here.
The funny thing about it all, though, is that everyone is unique and different. This topic comes up time after time in all my dealings with "effectiveness of XYZ supplement". Because everyone is different, your bodies will react differently to various products. Whereas one user might swear by the effectiveness of product XYZ, another user will have noticed no effect whatsoever. This is extremely apparent in our user reviews section, where you will find many conflicting reviews and feedback from users.
Muscletech Leukic Side Effects
From the readings and research I've done, it does not seems that Leukic has any reported side effects. The supplement claims to have no "androgenic side effects", which no one can argue since you're not introducing any type of hormones into your system. I have not been able to find any solid reports for Leukic side effects, other than lighter wallets. =)
On the plus side, many of the user reviews of Leukic sound quite encouraging, and it shouldn't come as a surprise, considering all the research backing up its claims. If you're looking for something to give you that extra push, I'd say give Leukic a shot.