AndroTest Extreme Review
What You Should Know
AndroTest Extreme is a testosterone boosting supplement with the same ingredient list as so many other test boosters. The ingredients are not clinically proven to boost testosterone, but a few are associated with increased sex drive, which could be mistaken for increased testosterone. In bodybuilding, test boosters are a huge business. If a product increases testosterone, muscles will grow larger, faster. The problem is that most supplements contain ingredients with no scientific proof they do anything to support muscle growth.
The product description for AndroTest Extreme is short. There is reference to other supplements created by the manufacturer, ProSource, but no new information about the advantages of taking the supplement. We found no testimonials from bodybuilders using the product successfully.
List of Ingredients
Vitamin E, Niacin, Calcium, Zinc.
AndroTest Ultra Complete Spectrum Active Extracts: Tribulus Terrestris Extract, Furostanol Saponins, Protodioscin, ActivAli Tongkat Ali, Testofen Fenugreek Extract.
Test boosters are available from nearly every major company on the bodybuilding supplement market. Many of these testosterone boosters contain a combination of the same ingredients. Some add in obscure ingredients to change up the formula a bit, but the end result is the same. Test boosters do not typically increase testosterone, they inhibit estrogen. When estrogen production is limited, testosterone appears to be stronger. This could cause the same end result as actually increasing testosterone levels.
Clinical studies supporting ingredients like Tribulus Terrestris, Tongkat Ali and Fenugreek Extract do not support claims of increased testosterone. Most test boosters work to increase sex drive, which is often mistaken for increased testosterone because testosterone regulates sex drive. The entire test booster myth is made up of smoke and mirrors.
Women should not take the chance that testosterone boosters like AndroTest Extreme inhibit estrogen. There are reports that estrogen inhibitors cause a permanent change in estrogen. If estrogen is inhibited permanently, women may suffer negative side effects like reduced fertility and amenorrhea or less of menstrual period.
- Contains common ingredients found in other test boosters.
- Ingredients are listed on the ProSource website for AndroTest Extreme.
- Some ingredients could give the bodybuilder a feeling of increased testosterone.
- This supplement will not increase metabolism or promote weight loss.
- None of the ingredients are stimulants.
- No appetite suppressants are included in the formula.
- Testimonials are not available on the product website.
- No clinical studies are referenced.
Prohormones are proven to boost testosterone, but they are illegal in the United States. Supplement companies can continue marketing testosterone boosters in supplement form, but bodybuilding forms are filled with one recurring theme – test boosters do not work. If testosterone levels are not high enough to achieve muscular goals bodybuilders will have to accept the limitations of the body.