Halotest Platinum Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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Halotest Platinum, a supplement from Powerlab Nutrition, claims to contain a safe, effective and legal testosterone booster. The formula contains just one active ingredient though there are other ingredients included in the formula more commonly found in weight loss supplements than testosterone boosters.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • 1-Androsterone
  • Sodium D-Aspartic Acid
  • Banaba Leaf Extract
  • Indian Gooseberry
  • Tarragon
  • Alpha-Lipoic Acid
  • Bioperine
  • Vanadyl Sulfate

Product Features

The active ingredient in Halotest Platinum is 1-androsterone. We searched high and low for some verifiable information on this ingredient and found nothing but warnings that 1-AD used today is not real 1-AD. The real 1-AD was banned when the prohormones ban was passed by former President George Bush. Companies changed up the chemical structure and threw out another 1-AD just to keep bodybuilders buying, but the new 1-AD didn’t work. We followed a bodybuilder taking the supplement for a few weeks and found no positive results. He left the cycle mid-way through because the supplement was a waste of money with no increase in muscle gains or strength.

As for the other ingredients in Halotest Platinum, none have any effect on testosterone, but they could help control hunger and promote weight loss. The two ingredients we are most interested in are banaba leaf extract and vanadyl sulfate. Both help control blood sugar levels. When blood sugar levels stay within normal range the dieter doesn’t feel than deep pang of hunger or cravings for carbohydrates between meals. Less hunger and craving means less food intake and weight loss – not exactly a testosterone boosting side effect.

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Advantages

  • We found a detailed product description and list of ingredients for Halotest Platinum.
  • Some ingredients may help the user control hunger.

Disadvantages

  • None of the ingredients are proven to boost testosterone.
  • Bodybuilders claim the 1-AD used today is not the real 1-AD.
  • If the 1-AD is not real 1-AD, the bodybuilder has no idea of the possible side effects.
  • Some bodybuilders have reported sweating and weight loss while taking 1-AD.

Conclusion

Halotest Platinum is not your average testosterone booster. This product claims to contain a legal prohormone. There are legal prohormones out there today, but most are chemical derivatives of the original old-school favorites and, according to bodybuilders, 1-AD is a bad knockoff. If you plan on taking a prohormones of any kind, learn how to prepare and protect your body and liver for the possible impact of short-term prohormones cycling.

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