Adapt Nutrition Testo+ Testosterone Booster Review
This new to the market and I already expecting it to make waves in the sector, from just a glance it looks like there’s real potential from what looks like a real quality product.
This doesn’t necessarily scream masculinity but does portray an image that relates to weightlifting and fitness.
I like the clean packaging which makes it look like a quality product rather than something cobbled together in someone’s storage bin and sold on Amazon.
The fresh blue and white with the hint of grey graphics ensures you know this is a guys supplement without being ridiculous; little differences such as the bottle not being the regular run of the mill shape lifted from a drugs company are a nod towards the effort and research that’s gone in to the development process and it’s something that I appreciate.
Ingredients: The Science
There’s a whole plethora of 11 ingredients included in the Testo+ and there’s a few ingredients that I am particularly interested in due to their infamous effectiveness that feature in my favorite testosterone booster, TestoFuel.
In fact at first glance I am thinking we may have a top 3 contender here!
Vitamin B6 – this offers a standard 10mg dose of B6 which is known and proven to assist with the production of testosterone.
Zinc – is well regarded and proven ingredient that is found amongst our top testosterone boosters and is a the pillar of many, however, this provides a lowly 20mg against the usual 30mg that is so often found and as present in the best boosters out there.
Fenugreek – this is a proven ingredient as found in our benchmark product; Testofuel. There’s a dose of 225mg here.
Fenugreek is also found in quite a few curry dishes so always a good reason to grab a curry and beer as long as you don’t drink the beer and eat the curry.
Magnesium – this mineral helps towards relaxing the muscles during exercise which is important for muscular development and tone.
Magnesium is the mainstay of ZMA products and there’s a big dose of 400mg present.
Copper – studies have shown that people with high amounts of copper actually have lower testosterone levels; it always puzzles me as to why manufacturers would include this.
Boron – Boron is great for the older lifter or those doing high weight low rep work as it helps to reduce inflammation, something that is found in PrimeMale, which I am a fan of.
Vitamin D – Many people in the western world are deprived of Vitamin D because their jobs keep them indoors.
Vitamin D converts to a hormone in the body and is a great influencer to muscular growth. Ensure it is vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) when you are looking for a T booster as found in this product, D3 is the most effective when compared to Vitamin D2.
Careful exposure to the sun is the most effective way of getting enough vitamin D.
Vitamin C – A great antioxidant that helps protect the testes from oxidative effects and preserve testosterone.
A nice addition albeit small.
D-aspartic acid – As found in our top T-Boosters, D-Aspartic Acid is a massive simulator of testosterone production and a healthy amount is provided here.
It is great to see its addition and generally worth giving products that contain it a second look.
Avena Sativa – This is a type of oat that has been seen to raise luteinzing hormones in the body, which are a precursor to testosterone and growth hormone.
White Button Mushroom Extract – Suppress aromatase activity and estrogen biosynthesis.
For our in-depth ingredients guide checkout:
– Our best & worst testosterone booster ingredients –
We’re advised to take 4 tablets before bed.
This is ludicrous, you will have an almighty surge of testosterone stimulus then after a while it will tail off and you’ll then have nothing for 23 more hours.
It should be spaced out throughout the day for maximum results.
Poor show on this front.
I really quite like the available ingredients in this product, many of which are known to be effective which.
Is a great plus point and has my attention.
The inclusion of DAA, Vitamin D, C with Boron for inflammation protecting properties plus the ZMA ingredients produce something that is effective and worth our attention.
Too few boosters out there even cover the minimal basics required for stimulation yet this manages to hit it which is positive for you, the user.
In addition to the great, proven ingredients we see here, there are also a couple that are pointless or offer little.
Copper and mushroom extract to name the culprits.
Instead of having 11 ingredients cutting them out and then adding more content of the D-Aspartic Acid would be more beneficial and provide a more optimal product.
It’s also down on actual mg content too compared to our top 2 products which means they are safe for now.
This is a real positive effort from adapt nutrition, much of the requirements for a good, effective booster are present.
However, it misses the boat slightly based on lesser content than the best boosters out there.
There are also the slightly left field, ingredients that could have been omitted either for items such as Vitamin K2 or even Oyster Extract.
With these and if the daily dose was going to be increased to around 3000mg and equally dosing throughout the day we could be looking at a winner, however, we already have that in the market in the shape of TestoFuel and PrimeMale.
I am pleased to announce that this, new to the market booster, has usurped Vintage Boost to a podium finish! Vintage Boost, although high on DAA content trails behind this product on other quality items which makes this a well rounded product.
We love a bit of competition as it only benefits the lifter.