Nugenix Estro-Regulator Testosterone Booster Review
I have previously mentioned how all of the Nugenix products look the same bar a hoop of different coloring. Now, I understand the corproate face, it keeps things looking professional and ordered, like a brigade of the SS. However, like the American Crew hair care products I feel they are so similar you can end up buying the wrong product if not careful. In fact I did this the other day when I was buying some beard care products.
3,3′-Diindolylmethane (DIM) – A compound derived from the digestion of indole-3-carbinol, found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale. DIM can prevent the conversion of testosterone to estrogen.
Chrysin – Laboratory research suggests that chrysin might increase testosterone, but research in humans hasn’t found any effect on testosterone levels. The amount of chrysin that is absorbed from the intestine may be very small, which would make the effects unlikely.
Polygonum Cuspidatum (Japanese Knotweed) – It seems this is great for inflammation but nothing on testosterone levels.
Vitamin E – There’s suggestions that vitamin E will assist with strength and overall physical performance in older people. It may also improve pregnancy rates for men too.
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Just the 2 capsules per day to be taken with water in the morning. This equates to just over 900mg.
It is not hard to be negative about a product when just 2 of the ingredients are considered useful and effective to regulate hormone levels and keep testosterone raised.
Chrysin just seems utterly pointless and is found in many testosterone boosters that are shit.
I can understand the inclusion of Japanese Knotweed because it reduces overall inflammation and helps the body function more efficiently.
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The biggest issues for me is the lack of overall ingredients, there really could have been more. Then, let me just say the doses could be higher, so probably doubled or tripled and include other proven items such as B6, B12, K2, Zinc, D3, Magnesium etc.
If an ingredient really does not work or is not particularly related to the task in hand, it should not be included.
The doses need to be effective and in spread throughout the day to ensure the body has the required nutrients to keep testosterone levels raised and estrogen in check.
Which really leads me on to say, if you want an effective testosterone booster, go here.
*UPDATE* A few of our social media followers have informed us that upon purchasing the first bottle, the payment details are stored and you have entered a monthly payment plan whereby they send you a bottle every 30 days and deduct the monies.
I appreciate that this is not a full blown testosterone booster and more concerned with regulating estrogen. However, more could have been done to help, especially when you are paying just shy of $60 for the privilege.
Not only that, it seems the $60 is deducted from your bank/credit card every 30 days!
Research would suggest that chrysin is a waste of time and Japanese Knotweed, as useful as it can be, is not really optimal here.
There’s too few testosterone boosting ingredients such as D-Aspartic Acid, D3, B6, B12, K2, Fenugreek, Magnesium and Zinc to be really effective.
Any product missing these, are not worth their salt.