Biotecture TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER Review
Biotecture are a company that I have never really come across nor considered when looking for a testosterone booster as I have always in the past looked toward the more renowned supplement brands expecting them to be up there with the best, however, this is rarely the case. Occasionally we cross paths with an unknown brand and product that should really be on everyone’s shopping list, is this one of them?
Biotecture claim that their testosterone booster will:
- Increase Energy
- Support Weight Loss
- Support Muscle Growth
All in all, pretty common spiel found on the side of all testosterone boosters. Let’s delve a little deeper though and see whether their is any substance behind the bold (if not ubiquitous) claims.
Biotecture are a Florida based company who’s values and principles are based on quality of the product and the natural ingredients that they use. They have a professional looking website and social media set-up with a wide range of products available that are not commonly associated with building muscle and might. My first impression of these sort of companies is that they are trying to cash in on a growing market but with little research or development behind the product.
They’ve (somewhat predictably) gone down the dark and red packaging route which clearly screams “TESTOSTERONE” and will grab the attention of men looking for that nearly illegal, but not quite so, steroid.
This where things start to become very interesting, very interesting indeed. Let’s face it, who has heard of Biotecture? Nobody has, they’re definitely not a big player on the muscle and fitness scene, however, taking a look at these ingredients would have you believe differently. Where so many products downright fail due to a lack of proven ingredients and too much unproven crap Biotecture are hitting the gym floor with some great content!
Looking at the list of ingredients and this product is getting my close attention, lets look at a few of the key ones more closely:
Zinc – One of the best testosterone production. Involved in reactions in the brain to create more luteinzing hormone (LH), the body can then produce more testosterone and growth hormone.
Magnesium – This mineral is good for ‘free’ testosterone. This is the testosterone that we lose when it gets bound to a protein called Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) Magnesium takes the place of the male hormone and allows us to have more bio-availability of our testosterone.
Diinodolylmethane – This ingredient occasionally pops up from time to time in testosterone boosters and is seen as a leveller of oestrogen in the body, DIM helps break down the harmful properties of oestrogen in the body which can cause a low sex drive in men and more serious problems in women.
Fenugreek – It is claimed by researchers that fenugreek works to increase testosterone or androgen levels, which decrease with age.
Vitamin B6 – Vitamin B6 helps testosterone levels by stimulating androgen (a steroid hormone that acts as a precursor for testosterone) receptors in your body, making your testes produce testosterone.
Here’s the full list:
Find out which ingredients work and which don’t
– Testosterone boosting ingredients –
Only 2 tablets per day, as mentioned in other reviews I am not a fan of such a low dosing throughout the day, I prefer at least 4 in order to continually promote healthy testosterone levels throughout the day.
I’m fairly impressed with this product, perhaps more than I should be, there’s still a good few ingredients that are missing to really get your body triggered to produce more testosterone but it is head and shoulders above so many other efforts and from such an unknown brand. There’s a liberal dosing of magnesium and working with the zinc and vitamin B6 it looks like they have done their research and you should get some positive effects albeit far from optimal unlike Testofuel or Primemale for instance.
Is with many products particularly at this price point there are a fair few key ingredients that are missing; big hitting ingredients such as D-Aspartic Acid, Vitamin K2 and Vitamin D3 are paramount for testosterone production so while this is definitely cheap and on the right track it is not letting you reach your full potential.
My Review Conclusion
Hats off to Biotecture, sure, they have not produced a break through product but what they have done is blown a whole load of other (better known) brands out of the water and credit where credit is due it looks like they have done a bit of research instead of relying on the age old tribulus bullshit or offering a proprietary blend. The product is cheap and far more useful than other offerings at this price but at the end of the day it still isn’t the best and if you want real results you will have to dig a little deeper into your pocket otherwise you’re just not going to get any value from the money spent.
There’s much better products out there that will promote testosterone levels, albeit at a higher price but at least they will fully deliver.