NutraKey Antler Test Testosterone Booster Review
NutraKey Antler Test Testosterone Booster First Look:
I am never too keen on products which try to give them an animalistic twist.
I can assure you, regardless of what supplement you take you will not end up like a bull, stag or jacked gorilla.
So what else can we say about this product from NutraKey?
Well, it does have masculinity literally pouring from the plastic bottle seems.
The black, rough looking font plus the red makes this an unlikely choice for the ladies in the house.
Deer Velvet Antler – generally derived from deer antlers, its use comes from ancient Chinese medical practices. It doesn’t appear to affect hormone production in humans.
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.
Maca Root – This Peruvian strain of ginseng is great for lifting libido and mood, however, when it comes to raising testosterone levels it has no effect at all. No significant influences on testosterone in any tested demographic I’m afraid.
Epimedium Sagittatum (Horny Goat Weed) – Epimedium, the suspected active component of horny goat weed, appears to act as a phosphodiesterase inhibitor, similar to some drugs used for erectile dysfunction. It does not, however, stimulate testosterone production.
Yohimbe – Related to Yohimbine, Yohimbe is a powerful stimulant and used to increase fat loss as well as assist with erectile dysfunction. Can cause a host of other problems though, this is in out supplements to avoid list.
Supplementation with yohimbine combined with resistance training does not significantly alter the body mass, muscle mass, or performance indicators.
We are instructed to take 4 pills daily which is about right.
It would be best just to spread the 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 4 pills is an average 2500mg.
Effects & Benefits:
As I sit here staring at the bleak ingredient profile and my cat anxiously awaiting her treats to be thrown across the room I can honestly say to you that none of the ingredients listed here will in anyway stimulate natural testosterone production.
You read that right, not one will help increase your testosterone levels and the studies back this up.
So, there are no benefits nor effects taking place here.
This a proprietary blend – we would advise against buying anything that consists of a proprietary blend because you just do not know the exact ingredient breakdown.
As already mentioned there isn’t a useful single ingredient to help increase testosterone levels.
It is missing ingredients such as D3, Zinc, B6. B12, K2, DAA, Fenugreek, Magnesium to name a few.
It is also worth mentioning that Yohimbine can cause some unwanted side effects like death for instance.
NutraKey Antler Test Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion:
One can overlook the not-so amazing daily dose of 2500mg, I mean it is not terrible but not optimal.
However, you cannot overlook a proprietary blend, it is nothing more than a scam to cheat you out of good ingredients.
Yet, this has no good not proven to be effective ingredients contained.
This will not help you raise your testosterone levels like the products we have tested in the past.