Nutrex T-Up Review
T-Up is a natural testosterone booster from Nutrex Research.. it’s maker’s shoot straight from the hip and claim that its formula can help boost testosterone levels within 12 days, increasing muscle mass, strength and recovery..
12 days eh?? seems too good to be true, totally intrigued we went out and bought some and gave it a thorough investigation….
Here are our findings..
The Formula In T-Up
Top marks to Nutrex.. they are one of only a handful of manufacturers who actually list the complete formula including the actual amounts of each component found in the mix..
Each serving delivers:
- Vitamin B6 2mg
- Folic Acid 400mcg
- Vitamin B12 6mcg
- Zinc 15mg
- D-Aspartic acid 3000mg
How To Take T-Up
Take 4 capsules between meals once a day ( we suggest mid morning).. they do recommend that you take for at least 60 days to maximise the effects
Looking on Bodybuilding.com uk there are quite a number of reviews.. and the overall results are very ‘Jekyll and Hyde’… reports seem to be either very positive or very bad.. there seems to be no middle ground here…. it either really works or does nothing…
Any Reported Side Effects
There doesn’t appear to be any worrying side effects… some users did report back about increased acne and aggression but that is part and parcel of increased testosterone.
Where To Buy T-Up
Available at a number of stockists but the UK site for bodybuilding.com is a popular choice.. here a months supply will cost £31.16 ( usual retail price is £53.67)
Any Cash Back Guarantees
There doesn’t appear to be any guarantees offered by the manufacturer
OK.. T-Up is basically a glorified D-aspartic acid supplement, and this is not necessarily a bad thing.. DAA is a fantastic and clinically proven t-boosting compound that can deliver some great results…
For us however, on its own it doesn’t go far enough, ideally we would like to see it put alongside other proven t-boosters like Fenugreek, Magnesium and Vitamin D.. the makers actually missed a trick here, they included two parts of the popular and proven ZMA combination (Zinc and Vit B6) but did not include the third and final part (Magnesium).. had the complete trio been in the mix alongside DAA we would have been more likely to recommend it..
As it stands, it’s not a bad product, and would certainly offer a newcomer to T-boosters some promising results… more experienced guys will probably find it lacking in punch somewhat..
Not Quite Good Enough – We Suggest Look Elsewhere