So I was carrying out a ton of checking out reviews of the viral dietary supplement Meticore (many are just advertisements, however PushPedalCrank had a GREAT one).
I merely wanted to understand if the supplement was genuine, and if it was risk-free. As it turns out, thanks to the review Pushpedalcrank did, I KNOW that almost everything was backed by science.
I'm in my 50s, therefore it is tougher for me to get out and exercise. And everything going on in the planet right now definitely doesn't help. I NEEDED to know if meticore was going to work so I could start getting my fitness and weight back together...
I did not see any problems about Meticore, but since it was new it seemed like no one had really shown any transformations using the supplement yet. This was one thing I was worried about, but I decided to buy it in any case while it was on sale.
Meticore charges $59 per bottle for a 30 day supply on the current discount, which is a steal in comparison to having to pay your regular gym subscription, or purchasing equipment yourself (which is VERY difficult right now to even find).
So not only did I choose to purchase it, but I figured I would write up a quick review and even show off my personal results and transformation. So check again later on to see my progress!
EDIT: I've been taking meticore for a few weeks now, so here are my results.
So yes, meticore DOES work!
Once again, I have to thank Pushpedalcrank for their EXCELLENT analysis of Meticore. If Kelly hadn't looked into the science and evidence of the product, I never would have trusted it and by no means would have had these results. I highly recommend that if you're on the fence you look into their review.
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