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Does anyone know if NO xplode is Gluten-Free? I haven't contacted the company yet, but the only thing I saw on the ingredients that I noticed was the maltodextrin.

Many of my friends swear by this stuff to give you a big energy boost before lifting. I think it has alot to do with all the B -vitamins.

If it's no good, any other suggestions?

Thanks.

Josh

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Hi Josh,

As far as I know, it is gluten-free. I have taken Nitric oxide before with no problems (and I am extremely sensitive to gluten). However, I didn't really look into whether the company produces other gluten containing ingredients (possibility of cross-contamination). Might want to look into that if you are considering making it a regular supplement. There are a lot of companies out there, so you will likely have your pick.

Other than that, NO gives a great pump.

Enjoy.

Heather : )

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Hi Josh,

As far as I know, it is gluten-free. I have taken Nitric oxide before with no problems (and I am extremely sensitive to gluten). However, I didn't really look into whether the company produces other gluten containing ingredients (possibility of cross-contamination). Might want to look into that if you are considering making it a regular supplement. There are a lot of companies out there, so you will likely have your pick.

Other than that, NO gives a great pump.

Enjoy.

Heather : )

Nice. I'll have to check it out with the company, but it sounds promising. Thanks.

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I emailed BSN the other day. Here was there response:

"At this time we do not have any gluten free claims however the allergen would be required to be listed on the allergen statement. Our facility is NSF certified and we follow all Major allergen clean requirements. Any potential cross contamination would come from the air."

-Consumer Affairs Rep 02682
BSN

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