They say that as we age we tend to lose muscle and that can lead to joint problems, as impact wears harder on the body. Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout promises to not only keep lean muscle, but also minimize wear and tear on joints. We explore the ingredients and the claims to see if it delivers.
Boasting to be the most complete joint and muscle recovery drink on the market, they say this zero-calorie formula will get you back in the gym faster and prevent injuries and soreness.
Containing ingredients which are anti-inflammatory and protective, they say it will prevent and reduce swelling from heavy and high impact sports.
They also say it will improve exercise performance by helping to build lean muscle and increase endurance.
Although most ingredients are considered safe in the right doses, they can interact poorly with certain conditions and medications. Natural does not always mean safe. It may cause problems for those who are diabetic or have insulin sensitivity problems. Most likely it may cause gas and some stomach upset, particularly if not taken with food.
Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout costs $49.99 for a container with around 30 servings. They sell it on their own website where you can make a one-time purchase, or it is stocked in wholesalers around the US.
They use ambassadors and affiliates to help promote their products, so reviews may not always be unbiased.
As a post-workout recovery drink, it aims to replace lost electrolytes during exercise and for this, it may provide some support. BCAAs are also thought to be effective protein and muscle builders when used in the correct doses, so it may provide some support in building lean muscle mass. Most evidence has been for those on low protein diets or in the elderly.
Its effect on joint recovery and protection are a little less evidenced, although it does contain some solid ingredients. By taking it long term, you may find yourself more protected from major joint problems, especially if you undertake heavy or high impact exercise, but there is little to suggest it can alleviate existing symptoms.
Overall, we do not recommend Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout to our readers.
Atomic Strength Nutrition started in 2013 with an ethos that whether you are an athlete or a weekend workout warrior, they would provide supplements that support the body and reduce recovery time.
Aimed at those in their 30’s and beyond, they say that as people age they become more susceptible to muscle loss and injury, as the body takes longer to recover.
Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout is a product designed to protect lean muscle, as well as create elasticity in the joints to prevent damage and soreness post workout.
Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout is a powder that you mix with water to create a fruit flavoured drink and one container provides 30 servings.
This muscle and joint supplement promises to be a complete solution to your post-workout recovery. They say… Preserving and building muscle? Check. Protecting and alleviating symptoms of joint pain? Check. Replacing lost electrolytes and vitamins? Check.
Atomic Strength believes that as people age, they tend to pick up more injuries and soreness post exercise, and they want to get people back in the gym and working out hard for maximum impact.
There are some compelling ingredients in this formula such as BCAAs, which are important amino acids for creating and utilizing protein, vital for muscle development. If you have a diet low in protein or are vegetarian/vegan, this may be the product to help you replace what your diet lacks. It may also help with endurance and energy recovery post workout.
We are less convinced about its claim to stop and alleviate joint problems, as the evidence is not there currently to support it. There is an argument to say that taking it long term may protect joints, but it is not likely to be more than you would gain from taking a good multi-vitamin.
Together these ingredients are thought to hydrate, prevent degradation, and relieve symptoms, as well as encourage new growth, but evidence is limited.
It also contains vitamins C, E, and minerals Calcium, Selenium, Chloride, Sodium, and Potassium for general health, better immunity, and to replace lost electrolytes during workouts.
Does Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout have any side effects?
This supplement has not been approved by the FDA and it is not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any medical conditions. If any reactions occur consult with a doctor.
Users of Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout generally seem to like the product and use it as a post-workout recovery drink. They feel it replaces goodness lost during a workout, but not much is said about the effects on their muscle or joints. For many, it seems to be about protection from muscle soreness rather than cure. This makes it hard to know whether it is living up to its claims.
Several reviewers said they did not like the taste of the product. One reviewer said they ‘could not get through one single serving’, and another said that Candy Apple caused them to leave a poor review and Atomic Strength replaced the product immediately with a flavor they did enjoy.
Atomic Strength says they stand behind their products and offer a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not happy with your product. You have 90 days to return it for a refund, but you will have to pay for postage.
You can purchase Atomic Strength Nutrition Fallout online from the merchant’s website as a one-off purchase. It is selling for $49.99 currently. You may also find it in a number of gyms and retailers who sell the product wholesale with an RRP of $54.99.
They also use ambassadors and affiliate links to sell products, so be aware that anyone who is promoting this product will be making a commission from it.
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