Cutler Nutrition BIG T Androgenic Testosterone Booster Review

Cutler Nutrition BIG T Androgenic Testosterone Booster Review

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We have reviewed products previously that are either released by the athlete themselves or endorsed and truth be known, they are usually crap. They rely on their bulked up image and status to sell substandard products with many customers unaware of what ingredients work and what doesn’t work, some customers will even believe that these public figures have not even taken steroids to reach the levels that they have gotten to and will blindly buy the product thinking it will transform them.

First look:

Big and bold, a bit like Cutler himself, and that is what the aim is.  It looks masculine with its dark hues but it isn’t over the top like some products are, if you knew nothing about supplements and test boosters at all and was to pick on face value alone I think this would get good amounts of attention.  The Cutler name and smart looking marketing is a winner to me.

However, you’re clued up and sensible, you’re reading this because you’d like to know more about the product and you don’t just want to take it at face value as tempting as it is to do so…in all honesty, it’s a good job you came here before pulling the trigger.

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There are six ingredients included in this product to make up a quite embarrassingly low 1685mg of content – BIG this is not.

Zinc – Another well regarded and proven ingredient that is found amongst out top testosterone boosters and is a the pillar of every ZMA support product, however, this provides a lowly 20mg against the usual 30mg that is so often found and as present in Testofuel.

L-Aspartic Acid – D-aspartic acid reacts within the brain to release luteinizing hormone, or LH. LH then travels to the testicles where it enters the Leydig cells, which have the function of creating testosterone. However, L-Aspartic Acid doesn’t do that and has nothing to do with testosterone, although L-Aspartic Acid does help with protein synthesis and muscle growth.

Turmeric –  There’s no link to testosterone production, although it can help reduce inflammation yet it has very poor bio-availability so not really very useful, Boron would be a better substitue.  Good for colon inflammation and digestion though.

Yerba Mate – Popular in Central and South America, the leaf is made in to a tea like drink and is good for relieving symptoms of fatigue, it can also help with mood and assist with headaches and joint pains.

Nettle Root – This plant contains beta-sitosterol, which helps elevate testosterone levels. Nettles have also been shown to significantly decrease estrogen levels, another proven strategy for raising serum testosterone. This is found in #2 T-Booster, PrimeMale.

Ginger – Mainly used to prevent nausea in supplements. I’d rather eat a ginger bread man if I am being honest.

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Like BSN EvoTest, this is in powder form and we are encouraged to take just one scoop per day. This will result in one almighty peak then a huge trough of nothing and little stimulation for the remaining 23 hours.


Where do I start? A product featuring the illustrious Jay Cutler has to work…realistically it doesn’t. Zinc is good and there’s a healthy 15mg and the Nettle Root is a nice touch but those two do not make up for the lack of content and active ingredients.


Let’s start with the dose, it’s just one per day as opposed to an optimal 4. It’s also in powder form which is dissolved in water, therefore other ingredients such artificial flavorings are added which you wouldn’t get in tablets and it just isn’t very convenient to lug around with you.

The lack of ingredients is startling and then what is included only 2 are shown to actually increase testosterone. The whole idea of this product is to stimulate testosterone production. And why substitute D-Aspartic Acid with L-Aspartic Acid? D-Aspartic Acid is proven to increase testosterone levels in athletes.

There’s a dismal 1685 mg of content, almost half of what is included in a daily serving of what’s found in our Top 3 boosters.

There’s a proprietary blend! I’ll let the video explain why you should never buy a product that has a proprietary blend…

TestoFuel covers important ingredients such as D-aspartic Acid, Vitamin D3, B6, B12, K2 and has additional proven ingredients such as Fenugreek and Oyster Extract – avoid BIG T.

My Review Conclusion:

I’m really disappointed with this product from Cutler Nutrition, it really contains the bare bones of ingredients and content, there are 4 puzzling ingredients that I would not include in a Testosterone Booster and there’s the sin of sins; a proprietary blend.  This really is a case of using a name and reputation to sell and it absolutely stinks especially when it costs nearly $100/£70!

Do not touch with a barge pole!



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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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