Is Neuro NRG as good as they claim?
We’ve recently received a request from one of our readers to review this peculiar little brain enhancer, NeuroNRG. NeuroNRG comes from the company Innovex Nutrition, and has purported as a “powerful stimulant for daily focus.” Well, that in itself, is true. The thing with Neuro NRG is that it really should be considered a nootropic. To even have the word ‘neuro’ in its name implies that it has a lot to do with the brain, however, in NeuroNRG’s case, it isn’t so. While it does have a few nootropic ingredients (CDP-Choline, DMAE, and Vinpocetine), the fact of the matter is that the majority of its formula is really made up of just caffeine. This in itself, isn’t exactly a bad thing, but again, it is false advertising.
Stimulants for your brain?
There are many different caffeine supplements available out there, and some of them do work quite well, but in this case, with the claims that they’ve put on their bottle and on their website, they might just be setting some people up for disappointment. We’ve actually gotten to test NeuroNRG, since the reader who asked us to review it was kind enough to send us a bottle as well. Sad to say, NeuroNRG is simply nothing more than your average caffeine pill, and the effects could be likened to just drinking two cups of coffee or a can of Red Bull. While it does contain some nootropic ingredients, we weren’t really able to feel the effects, and this possibly might be due to those ingredients being in such low dosages. We say ‘might’, since we aren’t able to tell how much of each ingredient there really is, due to their use of a proprietary blend. For all we know, it might be only 1mg of each ingredient, and 700 of caffeine.
When we looked at Amazon, it was really surprising to see the amount of positive reviews for it. It might have even seemed like all the reviews were extremely positive. We’re not going to say anything, but it seemed as if there was only one negative review out for every 30 positive reviews. Not that this is a bad thing, but it is really suspicious.
Pro’s and Con’s
– Increased focus and energy
– Really just a caffeine supplement
– Falsely advertised
– Can replicate effects with two cups of coffee
Summary: It should have just been called CaffeineNRG
NeuroNRG should have really just been called CaffeineNRG. It’s nothing more than a caffeine supplement. Although it does contain nootropic ingredients, that is but a façade, possibly to be able to add the word “Neuro” into its name. We did not feel any nootropic effects at all, though. Opt for better alternatives.