Evlution Nutrition EVL Test Review
Scientifically Formulated – But Is Actually Any Good?
EVL Test is a naturally formulated Testosterone booster made by Evlution Nutrition, the makers claim that it will help to support natural testosterone levels, boosting muscular strength and stamina…
The manufacturers are responsible for some great supplements, so lets see how this one performs against our top rated products.
Whats In The Formula
EVL Test contains a fully disclosed mix of natural ingredients, each serving includes:
- Magnesium 165mg
- Zinc 25mg
- Vitamin B6 12mg
- Vitamin D 50ug
- D-Aspartic Acid 3120mg
- Fenugreek 600mg
- Maca 500mg
- Resveratrol 100mg
- Bioperine 5mg
How To Take EVL Test
The suggested daily serving is 4 tablets on an empty stomach between 30 and 60 minutes before going to bed
Feedback is overall, it has to be said, pretty good, with many users reporting some great improvements in muscle mass, tone and strength…. it get a 9.1 rating on bodybuilding[dot]com
Any Reported Side Effects
We uncovered one report of unpleasant acid reflux from verified user on amazon, that aside there are no reports of anything adverse.
Where To Buy EVL Test In The UK
Amazon and bodybuilding[dot]com are two main suppliers in the UK.. a months supply will cost you £23.99
Any Cash back Guarantee?
There is no guarantee offered by the makers
The general feedback is pretty good and looking at the formula, especially on paper, this product should deliver some decent results… If we have any comments, it would be that the amount of crucial Vitamin D is REALLY small, especially when compared to our top rated products… as one of the most crucial T boosting ingredients in the mix, we are shocked that the makers only include a relatively tiny amount in every serving….50ug works out at 200iu.
By comparison, our top rated product Testofuel contains 5000iu per serving – a massive difference… and why use Resveratrol, yes it’s a proven antioxidant -(its found in red wine), but it has no clinically proven testosterone boosting effects…. it takes up valuable space in the tablet which should (in our opinion) really have been used for more Vitamin D..
To Sum Up – Some decent ingredients, but lacking in one of the most important T-boosting compounds, therefore its underpowered and in our opinion weakly formuated..
Might suit someone trying their first T-booster, but experienced users will probably find it lacking in potency