Bio Nutrition Testosterone Wellness For Men Testosterone Booster Review

Bio Nutrition Testosterone Wellness For Men Testosterone Booster Review

Bio Nutrition Testosterone Wellness For Men Testosterone Booster First Look:

Now, I can almost guarantee any young guy is not going to take one look at this testosterone booster and think it appropriate for his muscle and strength goals.

However, a product marketed at men whom may be considered past their peak in terms of testosterone would need to be strong and reliable.

And this looks reliable. It looks honest like those catalogs that older people look through to buy elasticated waist trousers or wool lined velcro shoes that are non-slip in icy weather.

You assume that those catalog items are there to help and this is too.



Quercetin Anhydrous (Apple extract, 3, 4, 5, 7-pentahydroxylflavone) – Has anti-oxidant, anti-artherogenic, and anti-carcinogenic properties. Quercetin is also neuroactive, with some of the same abilities as Caffeine but less potent. It increases the bio-availability of resveratrol. Doses of up to 25mg per kg of body weight is advised.

Curcumin – This does not offer good oral bio-availability. Therefore, unless it is dosed with Bioperine your body will not use it.

As a result massive doses of up to 4000mg are required and that still may not have any effect.

However, curcumin can have anti-inflammatory effects and may help against cancer progression while having neuroprotective effects.

L-Citrulline – this is used as a sports performance and cardiovascular health supplement. L-Citrulline supplementation results in reduced fatigue and improved endurance for both aerobic and anaerobic prolonged exercise. An increase in growth hormone has been noted with exercise, but not at rest.

Alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG) – Tests on supplementation draw no real benefit that would not be found from resistance training itself.

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) – 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.

Sarsaparilla – Athletes sometimes use sarsaparilla as a steroid for performance enhancement. Some supplement makers claim that chemicals (sterols) in sarsaparilla can be converted to anabolic steroids like testosterone. But this is a false claim.

Gamma Oryzanol – Some supplement companies sell gamma oryzanol for increasing testosterone and growth hormone levels. However, gamma oryzanol appears to have no effect on these hormone levels. In fact, animal studies suggest that gamma oryzanol might even reduce testosterone production.

Fenugreek Seed (Trigonella Foenum-Graecum) – It is claimed by researchers that fenugreek works to increase testosterone or androgen levels, which decrease as you age.

Zinc – An aphrodisiac and Testosterone Booster, but it will only raise testosterone levels if the user is deficient in zinc. Zinc is also very important for the functioning of the enzyme, hormone, and immune systems.In very high doses, zinc can act as an aromatase inhibitor and reduce estrogen levels. It is also a potent antioxidant and can provide benefits for prostate issues.

Vitamin E – Humans in tests have shown to have low testosterone if they are deficient of Vitamin E.

Rhodiola rosea – Can protect against cognitive deficits, neuronal injury and oxidative stress, can also be used as a potential agent in treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. This is found in our favorite Nootropic.

Tribulus – Once again, the old tribulus raises its ugly head.  The problem is that because this has been touted about for so long as a bit of a miracle plant extract used by the mysterious Eastern Bloc Olympic Athletes during the Cold War people have started to believe the hype and it is an easily recognizable ingredient the ill informed will have heard about down the gym.

The issue is that it has not been scientifically proven to raise testosterone levels in any shape or form.

In fact, in studies using elite professional Australian rugby players as participants Tribulus did not produce the large gains in strength or lean muscle mass that many manufacturers claim can be experienced.

Avoid like a medieval plague if you are looking for muscular gainz.

Saw Palmetto – this fatty acid was long touted to help boost testosterone levels, but those claims turned out to be false. It is effective in suppressing prostate growth though. So could help if you are taking steroids or Prohormones.

Soy Seed Extract – Research suggests that taking soy protein can increase lean tissue mass in people participating in resistance training. However, there’s research which shows it will not increase strength.



We are instructed to take 2 pills daily which is below what we would expect.

It would be best just to spread 4 over the course of the day from the start to ensure your body gets a constant source of nutrients to stimulate testosterone production as with the best testosterone boosters. 

A daily dose of 2 pills is a below average 1495mg.

Effects & Benefits:

There’s only 3 reliable and proven ingredients present that will help stimulate testosterone levels.

Much of the remaining will do nothing towards it, or, their effects almost mimic how higher levels of testosterone should feel.


The list of negatives unfortunately outweighs the positives by quite a large margin.

There are at least 6 ingredients that do nothing to enhance athletic ability, increase strength or muscle, not to mention increasing testosterone levels.

Then ingredients such as Curcumin that could offer some real health benefits are so far under-dosed it seems shameful that it is present at all. Even the addition of Bioperine would have helped but that is nowhere to be seen.

Bio Nutrition Testosterone Wellness For Men Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion:

This testosterone booster supplement is loaded to the gills with ingredients. The ingredient profile is very long, yet hardly any of them have any real benefit or positive effect on testosterone.

The daily dose of less than 2000mg is not useful neither is the 2 pill per day recommendation.

While it looks professional and trust worthy, very little indepth research appears to have been carried out.

This will not help you raise your testosterone levels like the products we have tested in the past.

Stay clear.



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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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