• Transparently dosed ingredient label with specific ingredient amounts
  • Research for ingredients is limited to animal studies
7.8Overall Score

Prime Nutrition has just launched Test Boost, a natural testosterone booster which reputedly fights against the tide of declining testosterone levels.

With so many companies offering natural testosterone boosters, it can be hard to find one that works. To help you out with Test Boost, here’s everything you need to know about it.

Four Ingredient Formula

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Test Boost features one of the best known compounds for boosting natural testosterone levels ─ tribulus terrestris. Tribulus supports healthy testosterone levels by stimulating the pituitary gland to increase levels of luteinzing hormone.

One of the more promising ingredients in Test Boost is called NMDA. Although research is limited to animal studies, one study showed that it has the ability to help stimulate testosterone secretion through luteinzing hormone and growth hormone regulation.[1]

What’s more, another study showed that NMDA has the ability to significantly increase growth hormone concentration in barrows.[2]

To further support natural testosterone production, Test Boost features the compound stinging nettle.

One in vitro study suggests stinging nettle might be able to increase testosterone levels by inhibiting sex hormone binding globlulin.[3]

Is Test Boost Effective?

Unfortunately, it’s much harder to gauge the effectiveness of a natural testosterone booster compared to something like a pre-workout. Natural testosterone boosters are only going to optimize testosterone levels, and help your body achieve what it’s capable of producing.

What’s more, research is still up in the air when it comes to how well these ingredients work on human subjects and in what dosages.

Price, Taste, and Availability

One thing Prime has done well with their products is find a good price point for them. This includes Test Boost, which is sold at most online retailers for $29.99 for a 30 day supply. At about $1 a serving, this is certainly one of the more affordable test boosters I’ve seen.

I do like that more testosterone boosters like Test Boost are being manufactured as powders. That’s one less pill to take, and the two flavors for Test Boost ─

Is Test Boost For You?

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Age, stress, and a host of other factors all contribute to a decline in testosterone levels. Many of the ingredients in Test Boost are unproven, however, there is some promising research that went into the ingredients.

What’s more, Test Boost is relatively affordable, and might be worth at try at its current price point.

[1] O.S.Gazal, B.Kouakou, E.A.Amoah, C.R.Barb, J.B.Barrett, and S.Gelaye. Effects of N-methyl-D,L-aspartate on LH, GH, and testosterone secretion ingoat bucks maintained under long or short photoperiods. J Anim Sci 2002. 80:1623-1628
[2]M. J. Estienne, J. M. Harter-Dennis. et al., N-Methyl-D,L-Aspartate-Induced Growth Hormone Secretion in Barrows: Possible Mechanisms of Action J. Anim. Sci. 1996. 74:597–602
[3] Hryb DJ, Khan MS, Romas NA, Rosner W.Planta The effect of extracts of the roots of the stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) on the interaction of SHBG with its receptor on human prostatic membranes Med. 1995 Feb;61(1):31-2.

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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