Project AD Ravenous 60 Servings
Whether you're a hard gainer who struggles to put on weight or an athlete who just doesn't have the appetite to take down more calories, that's where Project AD's Ravenous comes in. Have you tried Mass Gainers but either struggled to sip them down, or found that they sit in your belly like a ton of bricks. Ravenous is a complete all around appetite enhancement supplement that aims to increase your natural appetite to make you more hungry and to help you eat more real whole foods. In addition to being a powerful appetite accelerant it also aids in digestion and nutrient partitioning.
Project AD Ravenous Highlights & Benefits
- Powerful Appetite Accelerant & Digestive Supercharging Matrix
- Helps Stimulate Your Bodies Hunger Hormones
- Enhances Nutrient Utilisation
- Helps Your Body Break Down Food More Efficiently
- Great for Hard Gainers and Athletes Looking to Take in More Calories
- Improve Digestive Comfort and Health.
Take 3 capsules with water prior to consuming a calorie dense meal. For general digestive suport take 1-2 capsules prior to solid food meals and snacks. Do not take more than 6 capsules in a 24 hour period.
Project AD Ravenous 60 Servings Ingredients & Supplement Facts
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening. Do not take if you are under 18 or have any allergy or differulty with any of the listed ingredients. Discontinue use if you experience any adverse side effects. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Always consult your physician or health professional before using any dietary supplement. Use as a food supplement only, not to be used for weight reduction. Store at 15-30 (59-86F). Protect from heat, light and moisture. Do not purchase if product seal is broken. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
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