Low T Vitamin Formula Review
Just How Good Is Low-T Vitamin Formula
It seems that virtually every week, another ‘new, and potentially amazing’ T booster hits the shelves… This week is the turn of Low-T Vitamin Formula…. marketed by manhoodboost it promisers to provide everything that a 30+ male will ever need to reverse the effects of low testosterone and help by :
- Boosting Sex Drive
- Increasing Energy
- Improving Muscle Tone
- Reducing Unwanted Body fat
But Just How Good Is Low T Vitamin Formula ?
The answer to this lies in the formula… so its crucial for us to take a good look at the ingredients, as these are the key to any products success.. use the right ingredients in the right amounts and you can achieve great results.. get them wrong or not put enough of the key compounds in the mix and all you will be left with is frustration and disappointment..
The formula in Low T Vitamin Formula is made up from a largely proprietary blend of ingredients (totalling 1300mg) that include unknown amounts of:
- Nettle Root
- Bulbine Natalensis
- Basella Alba
It also contains 100mg of Vitamin B5
Using Low T Vitamin Formula
The suggested dose is 2 capsules a day.. there is no official instructions as to whether they are to be taken together or even if they need to be taken with food…
There is a distinct lack of independent use reviews on the official website.. looking elsewhere its the same story… As and when any user reviews surface, we will add the results here..
Any Reported Side Effects
As Above – watch this space
Where To Buy
Low T Vitamin Formula is available direct from the manufacturers at manhood boost.com… a months supply will cost you $59.95..
Any Cash Back Guarantee?
There are no guarantees provided
With a distinct ( and worrying) lack of independent reviews, we always take a look at the formula as this is the best way of asertaining a products potential… This is not helped by the manufacturers decision to hide the actual amounts of the individual ingredients from their customers..
Bulbine Natalensis… studies have shown that it does have some potential for boosting testosterone, although it has to be said that pretty much all the trials (bar one) have been carried out on animals. the one concern with this ingredient is that it can cause toxicity problems with the kidneys and liver.. something that many experts agree should be looked into in greater depth before recommending Bulbine as a viable ingredient
Nettle Root – a known anti aromatase ingredient – help to reduce estrogen production in men, (increased Estrogen in a man can cause increased body fat and counteract testosterone production)
DHEA – a substance that is banned by the world anti doping agency ( something that the makers fail to tell you.. in fact they say in their FAQ’s that nothing in the mix is banned).. The scientific facts are that in clinical trials it seems to be more effective in older women ( for boosting sex hormones)… It has been shown to be virtually worthless in trials involving men,and also, it has been shown to cause a possible increase in the risk of prostate cancer in some users….
Basella Alba – very few studies have been carried out on this ingredient, and those that have been done, are only animal based…… although indications are looking positive, we do suggest that until human studies have been carrie out, its probably best to avoid..
Guarana – a natural stimulant, similar to caffeine… not often seen in T-boosters, this is more usually found in fat burning supplements as it can ( when taken in the right amounts) help to increase the metabolism and increase the bodies natural fat burning processes..
Look Elsewhere – There are far better products out there