Does NO2 Make You Gain Weight?

We have been hearing rumors that some people are trying to use NO2 pills as energy supplements, and we can’t help but laugh. This is completely ridiculous and makes no sense. Nitric oxide has nothing in it that would promote energy. It simply promotes blood flow and that gives gym goer’s the “pump” that feels so great and helps them gain strength during their training.

To put this rumor to rest, NO2 will NOT help you increase energy. It’s actually designed to help you gain weight, or gain muscle. Unless people are doing something crazy like cooking it and mixing it up with other chemicals, which that in itself is just nuts.


When to take Nitric Oxide – Pre Workout or Anytime?

Some people say they only take their Nitric Oxide supplement right before going to the gym, and we believe they are wasting their money by doing this.

The fact is, you need more arginine than just one serving for it to have any effect on your body. The reason most NO2 pills are so big is mainly due to this reason. You need a LOT of arginine if you want to get those awesome pumps in the gym. Taking it before the gym, after the gym doesn’t matter. You should spread the servings out during the day. If you look closely at most of the recommended dosage, it usually says take 3 or so pills, 3 times per day, 3-4 hours apart. If you’re really wanting those insane pumps, then stick to the recommendations.

These aren’t magical pills that you can take on the fly to get swole. Doesn’t work like that. Do some research on arginine. After all, that’s all NO2 or Nitric Oxide really is.