Factor 2 by Force Factor

August 14th, 2013


Hey it’s another “one weird trick” and “[group of professionals] hate him” ad. This web ad is for Force Factor, a supplement that claims to boost your body’s ability to produce nitric oxide. We guess the “one weird trick” is buying a supplement, which doesn’t seem all that weird. Clicking on the ad takes you to a sign-up page complete with suspicious-looking photos and dicey claims about science and proven results.


Not only will Force Factor make you totally jacked, bro, but it will also apparently make you taller or at least move you into the foreground.


As always, remember that supplements like Force Factor are not vetted by the FDA. These claims could be bogus and some of this marketing seems bogus. For more, read our article about supplements that make over-the-top claims.

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