SCITEC Nutrition DAA PRO Testosterone Booster Review
Will The Testosterone Booster Supplement From SCITEC Nutrition Work?
SCITEC Nutrition DAA PRO Testosterone Booster Review First Look:
With more weight sessions on the horizon and experiencing some great gainz while supplementing with TestoFuel and have been really pleased with my progress in strength.
I have now regularly benched 440lbs on the iso-lateral press and hitting 330lbs on the shoulder press too.
I feel so much better for these small steps and overall my mood and my libido is in excellent order.
It is because of this greater all round feeling and performance that I am very keen to see what else the market can offer.
With so many products available and with so many offer so little yet with strong promises that just do not materialize it is imperative that we can sieve through the crap and ensure that what we are taking will offer great value for money and great performance.
I had previously tried the ZMA from SCITEC Nutrition known as ZMB6 which offered a mediocre performance and was therefore eager to see if this testosterone booster could match or improve upon it.
With it’s metallic silver mirror bottle it stands out from the crowd if only because you can see your own image in it.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) – Pantothenic acid, as with other B vitamins are able to convert your food in to energy.
They’re also able to help you body use fats and proteins effectively, notwithstanding the creation of red blood cells which carry oxygen to your muscles.
Zinc – A Zinc deficiency is associated with abnormally low testosterone concentrations. Found in all of the best testosterone boosters.
DMG (Dimethylglycine) – An amino acid, a building block for protein. It is found in the body in very small amounts and for only seconds at a time.
In the 1980’s, a federal court in Chicago banned the interstate sale of a brand of dimethylglycine, stating that it was an unsafe food additive. A very small chance that this will improve athletic performance.
D-Aspartate, DAA – D-aspartic acid is one of two forms of the amino acid aspartic acid. The other form is L-aspartate. The benefits of D-AA are specific to it, and do not extend to aspartic acid or L-aspartate. D-AA can be used as a testosterone booster for infertile men, and by athletes as a temporary booster.
D-AA works in the central brain region to cause a release of hormones, such as luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, and growth hormone. Importantly, unlike some pro-hormones and steroids, it does not raise estrogen levels.
A dose of 2000-3000mg is required.
DAA is found in the most effective and beneficial testosterone boosters.
4 pills per day – this amounts to a strong 3202.4mg of ingredients daily which is a good amount for a testosterone booster supplement.
4 pills per day is the best way to avoid peaks and troughs of the ingredients to take full effect.
The only real thing to note is that we are instructed to take 2 pills twice daily, it may be more beneficial to spread the 4 pills out evenly throughout the coarse of the day to continually supply the body with a trickle of the ingredients.
Additionally, you’re body will excrete any additional nutrients it doesn’t require at the time of ingestion, therefore if you give it a large hit, some of it may be wasted.
Zinc is a great and commonly found ingredient within many and certainly the best testosterone booster supplements for its widely acknowledged ability to maintain optimal testosterone levels.
B5 is part of the family of B vitamins which help produce energy. They can also create red blood cells which will then carry oxygen to the organs and muscles, notwithstanding able to carry away waste products too.
Dimethylglycine appears to potentially offer a very small chance of improved athletic performance. I have only ever seen this in one other testosterone booster released by ZHOU Nutrition.
D-AA, this is widely know to stimulate more testosterone production. This is an ingredient found in supplements such as TestoFuel.
The Zinc is really low dosed, in most ZMA products which provide the back bone of many testosterone boosters and contain Zinc, Magnesium plus B6 there is usually 10mg included. This offers just 1.5mg.
Dimethylglycine is one of those ingredients whereby the results from testing have been a little inconclusive. As a result, it is more considered rather than ultimately proven that it can offer a small increase in performance.
Other than that, its real only down side is the lack of other supporting testosterone boosting ingredients such as D3, Magnesium, B6 and K2.
SCITEC Nutrition DAA PRO Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion:
With only Zinc and D-Aspartic Acid being active testosterone boosting ingredients this leaves us a little wanting for more.
Even then, Zinc is under dosed when compared to other testosterone booster supplements.
B5 is good for other bodily function but not particularly testosterone focused and Dimethylglycine isn’t offering concrete evidence of how effective it can be.
Overall the whole product is further lacking research driven ingredients such as Vitamin D3, B12, B6, K2, Oyster and Magnesium to name a few and these are all included in the best testosterone boosters out there.