MRI War Overall Review: 3 out of 5.

MRI War is known as a workout anabolic recovery supplement. According to MRI, their product should boost recovery, help with glycogen restoration, and fill the body with much-needed amino acids. Glycogen restoration is possibly one of the most important functions of this supplement. Glycogen is turned into glucose; glucose is used for movement and brain power. When working out, the body recognizes that it cannot use all of its glucose storage, so it saves some. This is why waxy maize is used in this product. Creatine is another vital ingredient in MRI War.

Waxy maize is a starch; a heavy starch that is digested quickly into the body. The addition of waxy maize to any workout supplement is believed to replenish glycogen, accelerate Creatine uptake, and promote a fast recovery. Creatine may help water to be stored in the muscle tissue. This will serve as fuel while working out (with the extra oxygen), and potentially assist with recovery time.

Some bodybuilders stay away from waxy maize because it is a heavy starch. This idea conflicts with trying to stay lean, for them. Creatine keeps water stored in the muscles, leaving less for the rest of the body. When taking Creatine, be sure to drink plenty of water for this reason.

On training days, mix 1 scoop with about 8 fl oz. of water during a workout (drink immediately after mixed), and 1 scoop with water following the workout. On off days, take 1 scoop in the morning on an empty stomach; drink the second scoop 8 hours later.

MRI War Ingredients:

– Waxy Maize
– Maltodextrin
– Crea-Charge
– Creatine Pyruvate
– AARM Amino Acid Blend
– L-Leucine
– L-Isoleucine
– L-Valine
– L-Lysine
– DL-Methionine
– L-Phenylalanine
– L-Threonine
– L-Tryptophan
– L-Serine
– L-Aspartic Acid
– Glutamine Blend
– N-Acetyl-L-Glutamine
– L-Glutamine
– Mojave Yucca Extract
– Schisandra Extract

 MRI War Benefits:

– may restore glycogen levels
– may improve muscle recovery

MRI War Negatives:

– plenty of water needed with product
– waxy maize is a heavy starch

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