Apollon Nutrition Drops a Non-Stim Fat Burner Called Molotov
Apollon Nutrition is a brand who's steadily rolling out new products as well as reformulating existing products in their line. Some of their more popular products like their Assassin Preworkout and Shogun Fat Burner are already up to versions 6 or 7. One area Apollon Nutrition hasn't entered into up until now is the Non-Stimulant Fat Burner category of supplements.
Well Apollon recently announced an all new non-stim fat burner called Molotov which will stack perfectly with the brand stimulant powered fat burners like Chaos and Shogun. The all new Molotov contains 2000mg of L-Carnitine, 500mg MotoBurn L-Baiba, 225mg Paradoxine branded grains of paradise, 100mg Capsimax branded Capsicum Extract and 50mg of Gamma Butyrobetaine HCL.
This all new non-stim fat burner aims to optimize metabolism, aid in body recomposition and increase thermogenesis. Whether you're stim sensitive and looking for a non-stim weight loss option or whether you're currently taking Chaos or Shogun and are looking for something to stack with it to boost results, you'll want to checkout this all new Molotov from Apollon Nutrition.
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