Gaspari Nutrition Sold! Updated December 2014

Gaspari Nutrition Sold! Updated December 2014
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Update – May 7, 2015: Since the sale discussed below, Gaspari is back to launching products! The first of which is the Nova-X Testosterone Booster, an aggressive testosterone booster that’s different than any other such product we’ve seen. Updated Dec 3, 2014 Gaspari Nutrition has been put to auction and …
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they failed because they should of just stuck to selling only size on and maybe supermax nothing else

I use size on but not their wheys

I use Optimum Nutrition Pro Gainer

their size on I use all the time for post and it helps me

many people don't bother using it and think pre-workout is better but I know for a fact size on does work and people telling me I lift too much more than I can handle lecturing me I'm doing it wrong but I know myself and know what I can and can't do

if other people did it the way I did they would gain

no matter how much I say sizeon work they don't do it

the only way it would work is to give samples to ALL The gyms

marketing is what makes good products succeed and also no marketing also makes GOOD products die

should of Never made anything else but Size on and Supermaxx (no experience with supermaxx as I don't like preworkouts)

Size on alone and good Marketting would most likely put gaspari out of bankruptcy

bad business practices causes this to happen

this is sad and I hope they don't quit making size on!!!

I should buy a lot like the twinkie people before it's too late


It's amazing to me that there are so many suckers buying snake oil and crap in a can that is pickling human organs, whether it's a noxious Gaspari product or a con man product from a different company. Delusional people that believe there is a cause and effect.


It's not "helping" you, dude. It's entirely in your mind.


Your painting of an entire industry as "crap in a can" is just as ignorant as those who believe all of the most egregious marketing claims from some of these companies.

On this site, we strike a balance and do that by citing well-performed research studies that are double-blinded, placebo-controlled, and peer-reviewed. There are certain things that DO in fact work. You might not like the marketing behind some of these companies, and you might not like some of the customers, but there are efficacious supplements and ingredients.

It's our job on this site to sort out which ones work and which ones don't, and then find the best deal.

So if you're going to paint an entire industry and its consumers as "delusional" without citing some specific examples, I'm going to have to ask you to back your statements up with some sources or leave this site.


Don't harass our users unless you have actual data to back it up.

SizeOn's ingredients are essentially carbohydrates, branched-chain amino acids, and creatine, in efficacious amounts.

Say what you want about Gaspari, but these are some of the most well-researched compounds known to man (perhaps behind caffeine/coffee/tea), and I could cite about 800 studies that prove you're wrong.

Whereas I'll argue that SizeOn may not be worth the *money* (you can just go buy some sugar, cheap creatine monohydrate, and BCAA powder for a fraction of the price), there really isn't much argument when it comes to whether "SizeOn helps".

If you're trying to build muscle mass / increase strength / perform better athletically, SizeOn definitely works. Try to find one well-performed study (out of the 750) that shows creatine *doesn't* help, and you might have a leg to stand on.

So either cite some sources or bring your weak argument to me or Gaspari, but don't harass our visitors with your ignorance.


Unfortunately it seems as though more money is spent on marketing then actual quality ingredients. Majority of people do not read the ingredients because they "trust" the marketing. Most of these proteins heaviest ingredient is a "Protein blend/ Protein Matrix/ Ion exchange" Were as the first ingredient should be what it says on the label "WHEY PROTEIN" give me that as the main ingredient before you hit me with your blends. I've seen 40 gram scoopers with only 20-24 grams of protein. what is the other 16-20 grams in that scooper? Perfect example AMINO Energy says 9 gram scooper gets you 5 grams of Amino's and 160mg of caffeine. Well what the hell else is in there? what's the other 4grams? Personally I read the ingredients as well as look for GMP certified products.


And I can "cite" you federal recall after federal recall after federal recall.
Ya want something as good as or better than Chinese creatine? Save a fortune and boil an egg. Problem solved.


What? Just how much creatine do you think is in an egg?

Even if you're using CreaPure creatine, it's insanely cheap.

Plus, you just contradicted yourself. I thought it doesn't "help"? But now the creatine does help?


Mike don't bother arguing with retards..