MyoTEST Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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MyoTEST claims to improve testosterone levels in blood so bodybuilders can pack on more muscle. Testosterone builders are not to be taken by women as negative side effects or menopausal like side effects can occur. MyoTEST include natural and herbal ingredients that S.A.N, the manufacturer, claims will lead to shredded muscles and hard gains. For the dieter trying to lose weight, this supplement could help increase metabolism if it does indeed increase testosterone.

List of Ingredients

Zinc.

LH Boosting, Pro-Sexual & CYP-450 Meditated Support – Quercetin, Epimedium, Cnidium Monnieri.

Aromatase Eradicator & Testosterone Trigger – Resveratrol, Indole-3-Carbinol, Bioperine, Zinc Monomethionine.

SHBG Blocking & Free Test – 3,4-Divanillytetrahydrofuran.

Product Features

There are only three main complexes in MyoTEST and no long named, scientific ingredients. This is a step in the right direction as many of these supplements scramble up the ingredient list so no one can read the names, let alone decipher what ingredients are on the label.

The LH Boosting, Pro-Sexual & CYP-450 Meditate Support contains only three ingredients. Quercetin is a flavonoid often found in food. It is commonly taken as an antioxidant, but in supplements it may be included because it increases the rate of absorption for other ingredients. Epimedium is also known as horny goat weed. This ingredient is marketed as a natural sexual stimulator and has nothing to do with testosterone. Cnidium Monnieri is another sexual enhancer commonly used in Chinese medicine.

Moving on to the Aromatase Eradicator we find Resveratrol. This ingredient is all over weight loss news. In lab tests involving mice, the human anti-aging supplement is shown to increase testosterone (but only for mice). Indole-3-Carbinol is another name for DIM. DIM is supposed to suppress the change of testosterone to estrogen. A few studies involving lab rats showed a decrease in testosterone when taking DIM. Bioperine is black pepper and is commonly used in supplements to help other ingredients absorb better. Zinc Monomethionine promotes sexual health and immunity.

The final complex is the SHBG Blocking & Free Test. The only ingredient is 3,4-Divanillytetrahydrofuran or stinging nettle is thought to bind to sex globulin and free up testosterone. No animal or human testing has ever been completed.

MyoTEST sells for $26.98 per bottle. Each bottle lasts 30 days.

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Advantages

  • All-natural ingredients.
  • Ingredient list published online.

Disadvantages

  • None of the ingredients are proven to increase testosterone.
  • Not for dieters.
  • Will not increase metabolism.

Conclusion

Testosterone boosters are a dime a dozen and few of them work to do anything other than clean out a wallet. MyoTEST will not increase testosterone. You will not lose any weight while taking this supplement. If the supplement were to somehow increase testosterone and decrease estrogen, women should not take MyoTEST.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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