PR Labs EveryDay Male Testosterone Booster Review
This looks very bland, however, there is an almost honest appeal to it. It does look simple, granted but it potentially could be effective. It something that wouldn’t go amiss in a chemist/pharmacy and they would only sell effective products, right?
Well, we would like to think so anyway but I remember our local chemist also selling candy…
Take a look at our Top 3 boosters for something effective.
Vitamin D3 – Research by the US Library of Medicine has shown that testosterone productions are increased with Vitamin D3 supplementation.
L-Citrulline – this is used as a sports performance and cardiovascular health supplement. L-Citrulline supplementation results in reduced fatigue and improved endurance for both aerobic and anaerobic prolonged exercise. An increase in growth hormone has been noted with exercise, but not at rest.
L-Arginine – 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!
Ginkgo – This appears to help with blood flow and circulation, however, there is no real body of evidence to support these claims.
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.
Avoid like a medieval plague if you are looking for muscular gainz.
Avena Sativa (Oat) – This is a type of oat that has been seen to raise luteinzing hormones in the body, which are a precursor to testosterone and growth hormone. Not a great deal of real, heavy evidence if anything at all but the hallmarks of something good are there. A bit of a gamble. In plenty of T-Boosters that do not work.
Plant Sterols – Good for reducing cholesterol but not much in relation to increase testosterone levels.
Pygeum Bark – Pygeum contains chemicals that help shrink the prostate to relieve urinary problems such as poor urine flow and nighttime urination in men with enlarged prostates.
Green Tea – 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.
Carnitine – Carnitine is the generic term for a number of compounds that include L-carnitine, acetyl-L-carnitine, and propionyl-L-carnitine.
Twenty years of research finds no consistent evidence that carnitine supplements can improve exercise or physical performance in healthy subjects—at doses ranging from 2–6 grams/day administered for 1 to 28 days. For example, carnitine supplements do not appear to increase the body’s use of oxygen or improve metabolic status when exercising, nor do they necessarily increase the amount of carnitine in muscle.
Beet Root – High Nitrate content that is said to improve physical performance secondary to Nitric Oxide. It appears to have some evidence for this claim in healthy athletes.
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The recommended daily allowance is only 2 pills. 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 1060.02mg.
Of the 12 ingredients it is fair to say that only 2 are what are considered solid testosterone stimulating ingredients. L-Citrulline does have its benefits but only when you are exercising. Green tea is good for fat loss and Beet root appears to have some mild positives.
However, ingredients such as Carnitine and L-Arginine are woefully underdosed to have any effect.
The rest of the ingredients are just plain useless.
The problem being is that there aren’t really that many effective ingredients. Lest’s face facts here, only 16% of the ingredients are useful to increase testosterone levels…that is a poor performance whichever way you look at it.
The ingredients that are either no good whatsoever, or would have benefit if they were properly dosed.
Let us also add that the dosing schedule of just 2 pills per day is not optimal either.
Much more research is due from PR Labs, it looks like they have merely cobbled together some well known (and some not so well known) ingredients together in the hope that a) it would get some sales and b) that it may work. I think they are more concerned over point a.
I a disappointed over the lack of real testosterone boosting ingredients here, as we know, higher levels of testosterone provide a plethora of health benefits and not just bigger muscles. They have really missed a trick.
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