Betancourt Essentials DHEA Testosterone Booster Review // It’s Mind Boggling
Betancourt Essentials DHEA First Look:
This has a real health foods look to it. A bottle that you could trust.
You would probably associate this with buying raw nuts, dried fruit and maybe some vitamin C tablets along with sesame seeds.
However, as trustworthy as these brands and products seem, are they actually effective or just a bit of a scam?
By the way it is presented most people would probably take this at face value and not even look at the label.
I think that is probably the wrong this to do.
What is DHEA?
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a hormone produced by the body’s adrenal glands. The body uses DHEA to make androgens and estrogens, the male and female sex hormones. DHEA levels peak at about age 25, then go down steadily as you get older. By the time people are 70 to 80 years old, their DHEA levels are only 10 to 20% those in young adults.
However, there is little evidence to show that DHEA has any effect on enhancing muscle strength.
1 pill per day. Now for general testosterone boosting scheduling advice it would be 4 pills per day. So with this product you would be getting 25mg per day as per the instructions.
DHEA is strangely banned by a number of sporting organizations and bodies.
However, the research in to DHEA has not been able to prove that it has any positive effect on performance.
So what is the point of taking it?
With no legitimate proof available from studies to show that DHEA can improve performance or to offer any other benefits from the myriad of problems including obesity and even schizophrenia it just does not seem like a product that will offer any value whatsoever.
Another issue is that many of the products available on the market that have been tested do not have the amount of DHEA in them that the label states.
This does tell us that we get a measly 25mg per day.
Now, my thoughts are that you could take 25mg or 100mg it will not offer anything useful but this low dose does short change us a bit considering other like for like products offer 50mg or more per day.
Betancourt Essentials DHEA Conclusion:
This leaves us with a product that does nothing to improve performance.
Yet that is the sole intention of this product…hmmm.
If you bought a sports car with the intention of more performance you would be a little miffed if when you took delivery the car was no faster than you old station wagon.
What I find almost implausible is that a product such as this is banned.
Consider the real lack of scientific evidence that this increases performance. Science is king, not anecdote.
Realistically, this is a product missing many key proven natural ingredients to be a testosterone stimulant such as Vitamin D3, D-Aspartic Acid, B12, B6, K2, Oyster, Magnesium and Zinc to name a few and these are all included in the best testosterone boosters out there.