Here’s the Truth: Waxy Maize Starch is a complete and utter SCAM. Any company carrying it is a complete an utter liar and scumbag, cheating company…geez can I get any more clear. Do not buy waxy maize starch, it is SNAKE OIL!
I was recently asked why I didn’t carry waxy maize starch, the carbohydrate that some supplement company’s claim is digested faster than maltodextrin and dextrose.
Here’s the reason. When a supplement years ago came out called Vitargo, it was made using waxy maize. So what do supplement companies do to try to compete with Vitargo..they try to rip it off. But what they didn’t realize is that the “magic” behind Vitargo is not just simply waxy maize. It is HOW the product is manufactured. Which I might add Vitargo is patented! But that didn’t stop supplement companies from simply buying waxy maize and saying it was just as good as Vitargo and selling it to you.
Vitargo is a patented carb and CANNOT, I repeat CANNOT be used by ANYONE but a company called GENr8 located in California.
If you want to buy Vitargo you can get it here.
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But never, ever buy waxy maize. It is junk.
As a matter of fact waxy maize starch is very cheap. It also goes by the name modified food starch. It also goes by the name of corn starch. Thus modified corn starch. Therefore waxy maize starch is no better than maltodextrin and dextrose.
Waxy Maize Starch Is A Scam
- It is no better than maltodextrin
- It will not help you put on muscle
- It is a cheap carb that is NOT digested faster than maltodextrin or dextrose
- Companies selling this product need to be question about their morals for selling a junk product
- Use a healthy natural carbs like our Oatmuscle instead.
Alex Rogers is a supplement manufacturing expert. He has been formulating, consulting, and manufacturing dietary supplements since 1998. Alex invented protein customization in 1998 and was the first company to allow supplement consumers to create their own protein blends. Alex helped create the first supplement to contain natural follistatin.