Steel Rested AF Review - For Restlessness and Insomnia Insomnia Updated April, 2019
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Overall Score 57%

Steel Rested AF Review


Manufacturer’s Claims

Poor or interrupted sleep is one of the most common ailments affecting general individual work, mental, social, sexual and physical performance. Steel Rested AF is a pharmaceutically formulated dietary supplement intended to aid the ability to obtain good quality sleep. The product claims to hasten the speed at which the sleep state is reached, and the rate at which the body reaches R.E.M. During the REM stage the body produces growth hormones and optimally regulates hormones such as testosterone. The net intended effect is also to allow the body to require less sleep because the quality of the sleep has improved. The product also stakes claims to improving muscle recovery and to next-day vitality.

Formula

Every 11g serving contains:

  • Valerian Root
  • L-tyrosine
  • Gaba
  • L-theanine
  • L-arginine
  • Mucuna
  • L-ornithine
  • Safed Musli

These appear to be good ingredients, particularly the inclusion of L-ornithine.

Instructions

To the consumer, mix one scoop in 8-10 oz of water. Do this ten minutes before actually drinking the mixture.

Cost

Rested AF retails for $54.95 online. This price is for a bottle of 30 servings. No incremental, bulk, monthly or other discounts were found at the time of writing this review.

Possible Side Effects

Information on the manufacturer’s website is scant and hard to find. No side effects were found to be listed as a result.

Guarantee

We could not find evidence of any applicable guarantees. This is not a good indication of the manufacturer’s confidence in the product. A manufacturer that thinks highly of its product will generally provide a good money-back guarantee.

Steel Rested AF Review – The Bottom Line

The product purports to support deep REM sleep and, boost muscle recovery, increase mental vitality and obliterate next-day fatigue. It is possible that the product fulfills these promises to a greater or lesser extent.

However, it should be noted that while the manufacturers claim their formulation to be ‘backed by Science’, the ‘science’ on some of these ingredients is inconclusive. One such example is safed musli. While this herb is generally thought to be beneficial to increase vitality, sexual performance and fight diabetes, amongst other things, no reliable research has been done on humans to conclusively prove the ‘science’ behind the workings, if any.

The lack of product guarantee is unusual, given the manufacturer’s purported confidence in its claims. We find the absence of consumer reviews in general odd and the exclusively superb ratings on the manufacturer’s website for all its products, in general, to be not credible – in our experience, maximum-star only reviews from every consumer trying each product is not a reasonable likelihood.

Reviewed & delivered by our panel of experts at Reviewy.