Nutrition Testosterone Plus Review
Enhance Your Workouts And Reap The Rewards
Building and maintaining lean muscle mass is a marathon, not a sprint, and takes a serious level of commitment to healthy diet and lifestyle choices – as well as the motivation to hit the gym day in, day out.
There’s always thing to help on the way though, which explains why legions of men are flocking to testosterone boosters as a safe, legal route to owning the gym and sculpting a dream physique.
Testosterone Plus is one such example, promising the ability to:
- Enhance workouts
- Achieve explosive strength
- Build solid lean muscle mass
- Become more potent in the bedroom
Let’s see if it delivers the goods.
The Testosterone Plus Formula
The makers do fully disclose the ingredients and the quantities per dose… a great change to the majority who prefer to hide their full formulas behind undisclosed blends or complexes
Here’s what each capsules contains:
- N acetyl L-cysteine 200mg
- Magnesium Bisglycinate 40mg
- Zinc Gluconate 3.35mg
- Sodium Selenite 72mcg
- Vitamin D3 667iu
- Vitamin B6 3.5mg
Directions For Use
Take 2 tablets daily, one before breakfast and one before your evening meal.
Feedback is quite a mixed bag here** – and there’s not quite as much as we would like, either.
On the positive side, benefits are cited by some users including:
- Weight loss
- Gains in lean muscle mass
- Great energy boosts
- Sustained energy
- Increased alertness
- More calmness
- Feelings of being more refreshed
- Greater enthusiasm for working out
Others are much more critical, saying they’ve experienced no results at all, that there’s a complete lack of science behind the product and that there are much more powerful, effective options out there.
Reported Side Effects
One review mentions stomach aches and drowsiness, but nothing else.
Where To Buy Testosterone Plus
There are lots of similar products out there, so if you want to be sure you’re getting this particular supplement, head to Amazon. It costs £11.99 for a one-month, 60-capsule tub.
Unfortunately we can’t see any evidence of a money-back guarantee if you’re not happy with Testosterone Plus…
There are a few proven T-boosting ingredients in the mix… the ZMA mix of Vitamin B6, Zinc and Magnesium is a good start, although we have to question the particular forms of these compounds… the ones used are considered by some experts to be the cheaper, less effective types… Magnesium and Zinc especially are generally more effective and bioavailable when used in the citrate form – generally found in the better products…
The amount of Vitamin D3 (another crucial t-boosting ingredient) is rather low.. at 667iu per serving its way below the levels found in more effective supplements (these can contain up to 5000iu per serving)
We find Testosterone Plus to be a rather weak product… It might offer anybody staring out some mld benefits, but more experienced guys will without any doubt find it weak and ineffective…. WE suggest that if you are serious about building muscle and strength, that you look elsewhere..