BioXgenic High Test Testosterone Booster Review
My BioXgenic High Test Testosterone Booster Review First Look:
As a fan of the weight lifting and playing rugby I want to maximize my output in the gym and I want to create a stronger me.
I also want to shed a bit more fat and increase my libido while also feeling better within.
It’s essentially what every guy wants and it is what draws so many people in to buy testosterone boosters because they can help with all of the aforementioned points.
However there are so many products out there in the marketplace that either are too low dosed or do not contain the required ingredients that are proven to stimulate more testosterone production.
I currently use TestoFuel on a regular basis because it works well for me, it helps me lift more, get bigger so I have more of an impact on the rugby field and ensure that I can have lots of sex with my girlfriend. Because who doesn’t want lots of sex with their girlfriend? That’s your girlfriend, hands off mine.
However, we are here to look at this little number from BioXgenic to see how well it can perform.
My initial thoughts are that it looks cluttered and as much as I hate products with graphs and ‘studies’ referenced on the package this does seem to almost pull it off as a quality product.
However, the ‘physician approved’ moniker is galling.
Yet, it has stirred up quite a bit of discussion with the lads down the rugby club who seem to think this is the next big test booster!
Let’s take a look!
Ingredients: The Science
This mineral is great for boosting testosterone, it is necessary for reactions in your brain and promotes the production of both testosterone and growth hormone.
The amount here is about half of that found in a good ZMA product.
What is strange here is that they use Zinc Oxide, I have looked at some research on rats which would suggest that supplementation of Zinc Oxide can cause immune toxicity.
Well known to have many powerful health benefits.
Clinical studies suggest that green tea extract may boost metabolism and help burn fat.
One study found that the combination of green tea and caffeine improved weight loss and maintenance in people who were overweight and moderately obese.
Some researchers think that substances in green tea known as catechins are responsible for the herb’s fat-burning effect. Green tea extract is found in many a good fat burning supplement.
Low in carbohydrates and sodium and rich in potassium, which is not exactly what athletes need when exercising rigorously
Hormone Releasing Complex
This is found in many pre workout supplements or products designed to make you more vascular.
L-Arginine opens up the blood vessels and arteries to assist with blood flow, nothing really to do with testosterone but may assist with any impotency issues that are not helping you attain that hot chick in the gym who is 15 years your junior.
However, you will require 5g per day alone!
Testosterone Boosting Complex – Testofen
Natural Factors Complex – Tribulus
Once marveled, now known to have no effect on testosterone levels, by now supplement manufacturers should really let go.
Avoid like a medieval plague if you are looking for muscular gainz.
Prostate Safety Complex – Saw Palmetto, Beta Sitosterol, Bioperine
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.
The extract of piperine, called BioPerine® in the patented form, has been clinically tested in the United States.
BioPerine® significantly enhances the bioavailability of various supplement nutrients through increased absorption.
Research supports the fact that phytosterols, including beta-sitosterol, can reduce cholesterol levels.
Some studies suggest that phytosterols may reduce the risk of some cancers, but more research is needed to know how well they really work.
We’re instructed to take 1 pill three times per day.
We prefer 4 pills spread across the day to evenly spread the nutrients out and prevent massive peaks and troughs.
4 pills are the doses of our benchmark products.
A daily serving is 2045mg.
This a bit of a mixed bag and certainly not a hardcore, focused testosterone booster. Whilst most of the ingredients are effective at what they do, they’re all doing something different and not particularly working in conjunction with each other for one big effect.
For instance The L-Arginine will help with blood flow but not really effective to stimulate testosterone levels.
The coconut water powder will increase potassium but for long bouts of exercise an isotonic drink is better, tribulus…well it is just bullshit and testofen is great.
Zinc would be too but we’re concerned about the oxide cause immune toxicity.
Tribulus for me is a stand out problem, as is the oxidized zinc, zinc by itself would be much better.
I don’t understand the saw palmetto because there’s hardly a danger of prostate growth unless you are hitting the steroids.
However, the biggest issue is the real lack of cohesion.
Oh, the icing on the cake is that this is also a proprietary blend and you only get 2 weeks supply for $69.99 – that’s $139.98 per month!
BioXgenic High Test Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion:
This product is trying to cover too many bases with too little and isn’t a real specialist at either.
A mismatch of ingredients, very expensive price, a proprietary blend and the embarrassing tribulus all make for a product I would rather avoid.
The lads down the rugby club clearly need to do a bit more research rather than just relying on gossip.
Take a look at what works to maximize your workouts at a reasonable price and safely.
Ben established this site to be a free resource in 2015. Since then it has gained over half a million visits. It explores the many avenues of fitness and uses supporting scientific evidence for any reviews or analysis of products.
Ben himself has been interested in fitness from an early age. He started playing rugby at the age of 6 for his town, county and school where he gained his full colors while also being in the Army Cadets. After graduating from university in 2005 with a BA(Hons) Ben moved to London and nurtured his love for weightlifting to support his rugby, he also became heavily involved with cycling. Ben also started skiing and recently joined the Army Reserve to further develop his capabilities.