Jack3d Micro has just launched and it seems like a pretty good formula so far, but how does it compare to the old one? FullSpike was one of the first to start to shipping the new Jack3d Micro and the feedback has been roaring in.
This supplement addresses several concerns with the original version of Jack3d. Number 1 is removing the ingredient 1,3-Dimethylamylamine due to it's recent ban in various sports. USP Labs currently leads the fight against the FDA's action against it, but it seems they have designed their new Jack3d Micro to appease the FDA in case they have to throw in the towel with their original formula.
Gone: Beta Alanine
With USP Labs decision to omit beta alanine, it seems they may have received too many complaints about the pins and needles feeling that many people got from it. Or maybe the research showed it was a gimmick ingredient? Time will tell.
This makes sense, as feedback is showing that creatine is better utilized as a post-workout supplement. No need to add unnecessary ingredients to a pre-workout energy product if they aren't doing anything for you. Creatine is best left for the post-workout supplements.
If the new Jack3d Micro formula is any indicator, this version is likely to go away in the near future due to the FDA laying down the hammer on one of it's key ingredients (1,3-Dimethylamylamine). If you like this product, you may want to stack up on it because we predict it won't be around for much longer.