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Introduction

If you really want to be a bodybuilder then you’re going to need to eat more. We’ve all seen the youtube videos of the professionals saying you should be eating every hour or two; meals high in carbohydrates and protein – the fact is, that can be really really difficult, and your ability to eat all the required food really can hinder your gains.

Even if you’re not necessarily trying to be a bodybuilder, still being able to consume the calories to simply bulk up more can be a daunting task.. this where appetite stimulant pills can come in extremely handy.

One such product, Alpha Munchies, claims to be a “next generation appetite modulator”.

In this Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies review, we’re taking an in-depth look into the formula to establish what we believe consumers really can expect.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

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What Are Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies?

Alpha Munchies, also referred to as Mental Hamster Munchies (MHM) is an appetite stimulant supplement created by a UK-based sports nutrition brand named Lambo Brothers Ltd (trading as Mental Hamster), founded by the bodybuilder Aarron Lambo.

One bottle of Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies costs £64.99, contains 60 gelatin capsules and will last users for exactly one month based on the directions of two capsules per day; it is only available via the official Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies website.

While most appetite stimulants are targeted towards those who are underweight, there are many that are also aimed directly towards bodybuilders looking for assistance with eating more – Alpha Munchies is one of them. Mental Hamster describe the product as a “next generation appetite modulator”, going on to claim that it’s designed to assist with boosting appetite and improving recovery times.

The Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies formula consists of choline compounds, phospholipids, and natural herbal extracts.

Consumers of Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies are told that they should expect the improved ability to consume large amounts of food, improved sleep and muscle recovery, and higher strength.

Does Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies Work?

Based on further research into the Alpha Munchies, we personally believe that the product is probably not likely to trigger an increase in hunger, or improve your ability to consumer greater amounts of food.

Appetite stimulant pills typically work by triggering gherlin release – the hormone known as the “hunger hormone” because, unsurprisingly, it triggers hunger. They should also contain ingredients that speed up digestion, and support optimal gut health – sadly Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies doesn’t contain anything like this.

To us, Alpha Munchies seems to be a product more tailored for supporting your athletic performance, which in theory could make you hungrier because you’ll be working harder in the gym, but this is about the limit.

It’s also a little weird how it contains Naringenin, which one study found actually worked to suppress appetite.

The Pros & Cons Of Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies

Below is a list of everything we like and dislike about this product:

The Pros

  • May help improve insulin sensitivity and regulate blood sugar levels
  • Contains ingredients useful for supporting training and athletic performance
  • May help support cognition and mental performance

The Cons

  • Formula contains nothing that will directly and independently “boost appetite”
  • Formula contains nothing that will enhance digestion speeds or gut health
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What Are The Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies Ingredients?

We have found the following information via the manufacturers website:

One Two-Capsule Serving Contains: Proprietary Blend 730mg (Ashwagandha Root, Phosphatidic Acid, Epicatechin, Alpha GPC, Piper Nigrum, Bulbine Natalensis, Naringenin).

Are Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies Safe?

We cannot see any ingredients inside Alpha Munchies that would be harmful, however the formula does hide each ingredient amount inside the proprietary blend, meaning we cannot gauge whether or not anything has been overdosed.

What Are The Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Headache
  • Sleepiness
  • Stomach discomfort
  • Gas
  • Itching [1][2]

Are There Any Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies review testimonials via customers online:

I’m pretty sure they did help increase my hunger a little bit, but nothing major, I still struggled to get my 8 meals per day down. I mainly noticed improved strength and energy, probably from the Ashwagandha? I’m not sure i’m fully sold on the idea it’s a next gen hunger modulator!

I love aarron’s supplements and Alpha Munchies is a must for me personally.

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Our Final Verdict On Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies

To conclude our Mental Hamster Alpha Munchies review, we believe that the product can probably help support you with your training, but it really doesn’t have any evidence to suggest it’ll boost your appetite in any way.

While most appetite booster supplements are loaded with ingredients that support gut health, encourage ghrelin secretion, improve digestion speeds, and speed up excretion (i.e. help you poop faster), Alpha Munchies doesn’t contain any of these.

It is our personal opinion that any appetite increasing effects will be from a placebo effect, rather than the formula actually “giving you the munchies”.

Kath Ross, PhD
Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!
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