Advanced Nutrition Systems DAA Test-5 Testosterone Booster Review

Advanced Nutrition Systems DAA Test-5 Testosterone Booster Review

DAA Test-5 Testosterone Booster Review

First Look:

This testosterone booster looks extremely purposeful and we may forgive it for the high price tag ($99.99), if it works…

I love the almost terminator style tough font on the clean, crisp and contemporary white background.

This to me, looks clearly like a male supplement.

No charade at being pharmaceutical or trying to be steroids.

Straight up it looks honest and effective.

I like, however, is this a case of style over substance?

Well, this has been causing a fuss in my local gym with some of the younger guys who think that this is essentially going to have similar effects to steroids.

I think they need to start eating some more before trying steroids because they are skinny as fuck!

However, this test booster does look like it can cause some damage, so I am intrigued to see if the fuss is worth the hype.

TL:DR –  Video Review

Who are Advanced Nutrition Systems?

Advanced Nutrition Systems have a great website and a large choice of different supplements.

It looks very professional and well considered. Browsing through their product range would leave you in no doubt that each supplement was well researched and formulated i optimal doses to offer the most benefit.

ANS themselves say that the are a leader in the market for quality and safety manufacturing standards while also testing purity levels.

TEST-5 Claims

There’s not a great deal explained for expressed about what DAA Test-5 can do, not as much as some products state anyway.

So, we’ll not take up too much of your time and hit you with it, this product should improve the following areas:

  • Libido
  • Mass
  • Strength



Ingredients: Scientific Studies

Test-5 provides a healthy combined weight of 3296mg.

advanced nutrition systems DAA ingredients panel

D-Aspartic Acid (DAA)

D-Aspartic Acid is an amino acid that can trigger the brain to release Luteinzing Hormone which in turn is the precursor to testosterone and growth hormone.

These events then help you produce more muscle and also improve libido.

One thing to note is that for DAA to be effective 2-3g is required daily. [1] [2]

Chrysin (5, 7-dihydroxyflavone)

The first thing to note about chrysin is how poor it is at being absorbed. As such, we really won’t be getting any benefit.

That’s when it is taken orally, anyway.

However, there’s an alternative method of administration that does work to increase testosterone levels…

It has to be injected in to the testicles. [3] [4]


Fenugreek is proven to increase natural secretion of testosterone while also helping reduce fat mass.

Furthermore it can treat diabetes and lower cholesterol while contributing to an increased libido.

For the best effects we need around 600mg per day. Unfortuntaly this falls within a blend of less than 200mg and that blend includes 4 total ingredients.

All-in-all, fenugreek is a very effective addition that should be included as part of your nutrition plan. [5]

3,3′-Diindolylmethane (DIM)

DIM is able to inhibit aromatase which is the process of converting testosterone to estrogen.

DIM is found in vegetables such as pak choi or cabbage and can regulate estrogen to ensure levels do not become too high and prevent testosterone from being produced.

In order to get the best from these sort of vegetables it is best to eat them raw otherwise much of the DIM benefits are lost from cooking. [6]

Massularia Acuminate

This Nigerian herb is said to be an aphrodisiac and was traditionally used to treat gingivitis.

Further clinical studies have provided evidence that it can increase sexuality in rats and increase testosterone.

The herb is made up of different constituents yet it is not known which one can produce the effects evident in the research.

While this is positive, there are no human studies, it may be liver toxic and it appears to be very sensitive to doses. Sometimes less if more effective than a higher dose. [7][8][9]

Annoyingly the last 4 ingredients are within a proprietary blend which means we do not know the exact weight breakdown per ingredient.

 PROS – DIM, DAA and Fenugreek are proven ingredients to help support testosterone production


 CONS – There’s a proprietary blend concealin the exact doses for 4 ingredinets, the dose of the blend is low and there’s the potntial of liver toxicity




We’re instructed to take 4 pills once per day which is sound advice and good dosing structure.

This enables your body to be constantly fed a trickle of the nutrients for maximum benefit.

A daily serving is a large 3296mg.


D-Aspartic Acid is a great testosterone boosting ingredient, and it is the mainstay of the top 2 boosters which both have a healthy amount present, although not as much as here.

D-Aspartic Acid will stimulate your body to increase testosterone production.

If you are infertile, the benefits are even greater still with increases of up to 60% and conceptions being increased by 26% not to mention up to a 100% increase in sperm count.

Fenugreek is another proven ingredients which will help raise and maintain testosterone levels.

DIM is good at regulating estrogen.

A professional rugby league player eats raw broccoli every morning for breakfast as broccoli contains high amounts of DIM.

What little evidence there is about massularia may be positive.


I cannot believe I am about to say this, but…it is $99.99 that is a fuck load and way more expensive than rivals such as the offering from Prime Nutrition and anything in our top 3.

There is also the mysterious proprietary blend which conceals the exact breakdown per ingredient.

This is problematic because exact doses are required for ingredients to be effective.

We also know very little of the effects of Chrysin and Massularia Acuminate although for chysin to be effective it must be injected in to the testicles.

What we know about massularia is that it may be liver toxic and that the correct doses are critical.

It is worth reiterating that in our top 3 rated testosterone boosters they have around 8 solid ingredients which all have proof backing their usefulness and they all include D-Aspartic Acid but not only that, a host of effective ingredients that work in conjunction for maximum results.

Advanced Nutrition Systems DAA Test-5 Review Conclusion:

I am truly astounded by the price considering you effectively get 1 ingredient, or that’s what it seems like as the proprietary blend is not revealed…perhaps it is gold leaf hence the price tag.

D-Aspartic Acid is a credible and effective testosterone booster, especially for infertile men as is fenugreek…in the right doses.

DIM is good for regulating estrogen and ensuring that testosterone has an ability to be secreted.

Yet, it misses out on a plethora of additional ingredients which could make a great supplement fantastic and a world beater.

As a result, this isn’t there I am afraid especially when the doses of much of the ingredients are low and not disclosed.

Take a look at what works to maximize your workouts at a reasonable price.






[5] Urmila Aswar VM, Bhaskaran S, Bodhankar LS. Study of Galactomannan on Androgenic and Anabolic Activity in Male Rats. Pharmacology Online. 2008. pp. 56–65.


[7] Androgenic potentials of aqueous extract of Massularia acuminata (G. Don) Bullock ex Hoyl. stem in male Wistar rats. Yakubu MT, Akanji MA, Oladiji AT, Adesokan AA. J Ethnopharmacol. 2008 Aug 13;118(3):508-13. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2008.05.020. Epub 2008 May 28.



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Ben BA(Hons), PGCert

Ben established this site to be a free resource in 2015. Since then it has gained over half a million visits. He has always been interested in sport and he started playing rugby at the age of 6 represented his town, county and school. Ben also enjoys cycling, has started skiing and is in the Army Reserve representing his Regiment as part of the 150 Regimental Shooting Team. He holds a bachelor's and postgraduate degree in sport exercise & nutrition.
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