Does ZMA actually work?

Does ZMA actually work?

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ZMA is a popular ingredient used in many dietary supplements for potentially promoting increases in strength, testosterone, and muscle mass. Does ZMA really work according to data from the recent research studies?

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Talisay, Philippines

#1 Dec 15, 2010
Malcolm Amado

Chicago, IL

#2 Jan 27, 2012
Like most supplements, the effect varies from person to person depending upon his metabolism, health and lifestyle. This is also true with antidepressant Paxil. Paxil causes birth defects in some infants while does not affect others. See: Whichever the case, reference should be made in the product labels. These labels are approved by the US FDA.

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