Most of the best selling testosterone supplements contains the same ingredients but just have different labels. Most use the same ingredients that have been around since the 1990’s.
Testosterone boosters and testosterone supplements like Testofuel are very popular with men, especially over the age of 35. The marketing behind these test boosters are getting better over the years, but meanwhile, the ingredients that make up these testosterone boosters remain the same. They remain the same because there
Testofuel is a pretty popular testosterone booster supplement. Around 100,000 people a month visit their website. On their
Testosfuel contains 2,300mg of d-aspartic acid. They site some studies that claim d-aspartic acid can raise testosterone levels. This gives people the assumption that this ingredient will raise testosterone levels of people that consume Testofuel. However, in my opinion d-aspartic acid is worthless.
Here is a study that I found that comes to the conclusion that d-aspartic
Here is a video that I found with a supplement expert named Will Brink that think negatively on d-aspartic acid.
Testofuel contains 5000
“We chose to put vitamin D in TestoFuel because there seriously isn’t a better natural stimulator of testosterone. Period.
I’m sorry but I had to laugh at this. I totally disagree with this in my opinion. If someone takes vitamin D in hopes that it will increase their natural testosterone levels to increase muscle mass, increase libido, and reduce body fat you are going to be seriously disappointed.
Zinc and Magnesium
Testofuel contains 10 mg of zinc and 200mg of magnesium. Decades ago a so-called self-proclaimed expert on sports nutrition decided to come up with a formula that contains ZMA which is short for zinc, magnesium aspartate. In my opinion, from reading the book Game of Shadows, this was a complete scam. Therefore I come to the conclusion that ZMA is a worthless product. You can read the part about ZMA in the book here.
Testofuel contains 100 mg of fenugreek, which in my opinion is not enough for this product to work. Most of the dosages that I have seen are in the 600mg range. Here is a product that contains 600 mg of fenugreek extract.
Here is a study I found where the dose was 600mg per day.
Overall I do not think Testofuel is worth buying. The ingredients in Testofuel like ZMA, d-aspartic acid, and Vitamin D are not going to do anything help increase muscle mass and reduce bodyfat.
Testotek is marketed as a natural testosterone booster, and like Testofuel contains most of the same ingredients.
D-Aspartic Acid, fenugreek, ZMA, Vitamin D,
This is another testosterone booster and what do you know, the ingredients are pretty much the same as Testofeul and Testotek. Prime Male contains the fenugreek, vitamin D, oyster extract, ZMA,
The problem with testosterone boosters like Testotek and Prime Male
Testosterone boosting supplements make increase your bodies own natural testosterone levels for a small period of time after you use them, but not enough to help increase muscle mass and decrease
Alex Rogers is a supplement manufacturing expert. He has been formulating, consulting, & manufacturing dietary supplements since 1998. Alex invented protein customization in 1998 & was the first company to allow consumers to create their own protein blends. He helped create the first supplement to contain natural follistatin, invented whey protein with egg lecithin, & recently imported the world’s first 100% hydrolyzed whey.