Applied Nutraceuticals UNCUT™ is the latest pre-workout supplement that comes in a capsule form. When it comes to selecting a pre-workout supplement there are three basic types you can choose from – there are the powder drink mix, the “concentrated” powder drink mix and last but not least it comes in capsule form. Now, there are many variants of these three types of pre-workout supplements ranging from creatine-free to stimulant-free.

If you are like me, then you care whether or not the product will deliver results. I want to feel energized and have intense focus while I workout. I want to feel pumped and vascular at the end of my workout. In the end I want to grow! Earlier this year, Applied Nutraceuticals released Uncut and I was intrigued! Let’s take a closer look at UNCUT™ and see if meets your pre-workout supplement needs!

What is Applied Nutraceuticals UNCUT™?

UNCUT™ is a pre-workout pill that provides intense stimulation and focus while providing neuromuscular strength. UNCUT™ is a pre-workout that contains no flavors, fluff or unnecessary fillers. When it comes to pre-workout supplements, drinks tend to have sweeteners, flavoring and other ingredients to make it taste better. Nobody wants to drink something that is freak nasty or clumpy. Taking a pre-workout supplement shouldn’t be painful. With UNCUT™, according to Applied Nutraceuticals, all you need is one capsule. Sounds pretty good to me. The pre-workout I am taking right now has a 5 capsule serving size! Let’s take a look at what’s inside UNCUT™!

How Does UNCUT™ Work?

UNCUT™ contains a proprietary blend of Caffeine Anhydrous, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Amentoflavone, Chlorogenic Acid (Green Coffee Bean Extract) , Naringin, Vitamin C, Higenamine, Huperzine A, Vitamin B-6, Yohimbine, Folate, Rauwloscine (Alpha-Yohimbine) and Sodium Selenate. Let’s talk about a few of these ingredients!

Higenamine – Higenamine is a highly researched compound for its potent beta-agonistic action. Beta-agonists have shined for decades for their ability to consistently shed fat.

Huperzine-A – Huperzine-A has the unique ability to block the enzyme that decreases acetylcholine levels. Increasing acetylcholine levels can improve focus.

Amentoflavone – Amentoflavone is a compund found in Gingko biloba and has some pretty unique properties. It was recently demonstrated to possess acetylcholinestase inhibiting properties in a 2011 study [1]. When it comes to increasing muscular strength, mentoflavone is approximately 20 times more potent then caffeine. [2]

N-Acetylcycsteine – N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is an antioxidant that has been clinically proven to reduce fatigue and can improve the performance of limb muscles during fatiguing exercises [3]. I know a lot of crossfit guys and girls that supplement with straight N-acetylcysteine and have seen performance increases in their WOD’s.

How Much UNCUT™ Should You Take and When?

According to the label, you should take 1-3 capsules 20-30 minutes pre-workout with 12 oz. of water. For best results take without food. It is always best to start with the lower recommended dose to see how your body responds. Then once that lower dose has lost its kick increase until desired effect is reached. Do not exceed 5 capsules daily.

UNCUT™ Final Thoughts

With all the ingredients found in UNCUT™, there is no doubt that it will increase your energy, help you focus and decrease muscular fatigue. If that’s all you are looking for in a pre-workout then I don’t think you can go wrong. Applied Nutraceuticals has always developed amazing products and UNCUT™ is no exception.

This is one man’s opinion. What really matters is how well it works for all of you. Please use our form below to share what your experiences have been with UNCUT™. Please include other product(s) you have used, side effects, benefits, dosage, and let us all know if you think UNCUT™ is a good value or not.


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About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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