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Animal Cuts Non Stim Powder 42 Servings

Original price $42.95 - Original price $42.95
Original price $42.95
$42.95 - $42.95
Current price $42.95
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Animal Cuts Non Stim Powder 42 Servings

Animal Cuts NS Powder is a spin-off of the popular Animal Cuts stim based fat burning powder, however this one obviously is stimulant free. This non-stim formula aims to help boost metabolism, expel water, and support weight management. Animal Cuts NS can be taken as a stand alone supplement or stacked with your favorite stimulant based weight loss supplement. 

Animal Cuts Non Stim Powder Highlights & Benefits

  • Supports Normal Metabolism
  • Contains Nootropics for Enhanced Focus and Cognition
  • Helps With Water Shedding
  • Supports Proper Thyroid Function
  • Supports Increased Energy Withot Stimulants
  • Improved Athletic Performance


Mix 1 scoop of Animal Cuts NS Powder with 8-10 ounces of water. Take one serving upon waking u and another 4-6 hours later. This product should be taken/cycled 3 weeks on and 1 week off. 

Animal Cuts Non Stim Powder 42 Servings Ingredients & Label

Animal Cuts NS Powder 42 Servings Ingredients & Supplement Facts

Warnings & Side Effects

Store in a cool dry place after opening. 


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