D-Aspartic Acid And Testosterone

(Last Updated On: July 14, 2018)

The Testosterone Boosting Effects Of D-Aspartic Acid

An ever increasing number of testosterone boosting supplements are now turning to D-aspartic acid to help boost the the effectiveness of their formulas.

Often shown as either D-asp or simply DAA it is one of the few common ingredients to have been subjected to intensive studies looking into its testosterone boosting abilities.D-aspartic_acid

What Is D-Aspartic Acid

Aspartic acid is an amino acid which contains an acidic side chain, it is classed as a non essential amino acid.

If sufficient and essential amino acids are consumed, the body can usually make sufficient quantities without supplementation.

There are two types of aspartic acid.

L-Aspartic which is generally found in our diet and D-Aspartic that although can also be found in our diet, it tends to be in low quantities and needs to be boosted by supplementation to achieve sufficient levels for it to be effective.

72ac25b1When boosting testosterone, it is the D type that is used..

Studies carried out at the university of Naples Italy used Rats to demonstrate that D-Aspartic acid reacts with the brain to release luteinizing hormone (LH).

This travels to the testes in the man and stimulates the production of free testosterone..

It has been demonstrated that taking D-aspartic acid in supplementation form-

(The suggested dose is 3.12 g per day) for 12 days can result in a 40-42%% increase in free testosterone.

The Full Study Can Be Read Here –



Tests and Trials have ensured that D-Aspartic acid has earned its place as one of the most effective natural sources of both LH and free testosterone production.

It can be found in many of the better quality testosterone boosting supplements.

Look for product that contains at least 1600mg per serving for maximum results.


D-Aspartic Acid is one of only a handful of natural ingredients that are clinically proven to boost testosterone – Click here to discover the other ingredients to look out for

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