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The Truth About Bang

VPX Sports CEO, Jack Owoc, continues to make false claims about his products.

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8 active lawsuits against VPX/Bang

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Bang contains an
enhanced form of creatine

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Bang DOES NOT contain creatine, much less a special or enhanced form of creatine.

What Bang has dubbed “Super Creatine” is chemically distinct from creatine – and some testing has shown that it is actually not creatine at all. Barker v. VPX, 1:18-cv-06898, Dkt. No. 1 (N.D.Ill.) (Citing tests showing no creatine in Bang)

Bang’s own research indicates that what it calls “Super Creatine” likely does not have the same effect on the human body that actual creatine does.

Bang’s own research states that “no formal” studies have been done on health effects of what it calls “Super Creatine”, meaning no one knows what effect it has on the body, if any.

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The United States Patent & Trademark Office has rejected or cancelled all claims on Owoc's patent for "Super Creatine"

Even though Bang shows a patent ribbon & number on its can, the United States Patent & Trademark Office has rejected that patent. Owoc continues to mislead the public regarding this patent.

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Bang has a valid Patent on
"Super Creatine"

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Bang Can "Reverse
Mental Retardation"

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Bang CANNOT reverse
any Mental Disabilities

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Bang CANNOT help cure Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s or other forms of dementia

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BANG CAN HELP CURE Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease or other forms of dementia

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Bang contains a meaningful amount
of BCAAs and CoQ10

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Bang contains minimal amounts of BCAAs and very little CoQ10

Testing of Bang confirms BCAAs and CoQ10 in amounts significantly lower than those shown to have a meaningful impact on the body

Tests confirm .15 BCAA grams per can which is 100 times lower than the amount tested in research cited by VPX Barker v. VPX, 1:18-cv-06898, Dkt. No. 1 (N.D. Ill)

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