Iron Labs Nutrition Test Xtreme Review
Support Protein Synthesis And Get That Six-Pack
Essential to protein synthesis, testosterone can be the difference between a flabby physique and an Adonis-like six-pack. Luckily, then, there’s a stack of supplements on the market to boost your T levels the safe, natural, easy way.
Promising to leave you raring to go in both the gym and the bedroom, Test Xtreme by Iron Labs Nutrition boasts an exclusive, in-house formula full of ingredients proven to support serum testosterone levels, support muscle function and improve protein synthesis. These include essential amino acids, herbal extracts, vitamins and minerals – leaving you with an all-natural route to six-pack heaven.
So is Test Xtreme really a true all-in-one performance boosting supplement? We reveal all…
Test Xtreme’s Formula
Some refreshing news here: the manufacturer fully discloses everything on offer here, including quantities… result.
The best part is that there’s loads of hard-hitters – here’s what you’re looking at:
- D-aspartic acid (1,640mg)
- Maca (equiv. to 4,000mg)
- Magnesium (380mg, 101% NRV)
- Zinc (25mg, 250% NRV)
- Pantothenic acid (25mg, 417% NRV)
- Vitamin B6 (8mg, 571% NRV)
- Vitamin A (1mg, 125% NRV)
- Folic acid (400mcg, 200% NRV)
- Selenium (120mcg, 218% NRV)
- Vitamin K (100mcg, 133% NRV)
- Vitamin D (8mcg, 160% NRV)
- Vitamin B12 (4mcg, 160% NRV)
Directions For Use
There’s a whopping four capsules to take here, two in the morning and two in the afternoon with food or a protein shake.
There’s plenty to say on both sides here, and while the majority of feedback is really positive, the negative feedback is still more than we’d like to see – and it’s particularly scathing for the most part.
Of those that are happy with the supplement, there are reports of great sleep quality, heightened sex drive, better energy, strength and stamina to do more in the gym, hit goals and shape a good physique. Some people also say Test Xtreme helps with recovery, too.
On the negative side, plenty of people say that Test Xtreme is useless and sees no results whatsoever, whether that’s in terms of strength gains, energy levels, libido or anything else. A lot of these people say they’ve also experienced issues in gaining a money-back refund as a result, too…
Reported Side Effects
More bad news here – there are reports of dry mouth, fatigue, headaches, mood swings, stomach cramps and stomach upset from multiple people as a result of using this T booster.
Where To Buy Test Xtreme
Amazon.com is a main stockist..you can also buy from the official website at buysupps.co.uk… At time of writing Test Xtreme costs $23.99 (18.99) for a one-month supply of 120 capsules.
There’s no sign of any money-back guarantee here, unfortunately. Here’s hoping you’re pleased with the results!
There is no doubt that Test Xtreme contains some known and recognised t-boosting ingredients… However…we do have one point to make though…and it concerns Maca…. although an excellent ingredient, the sad facts are that in trials it does not actually increase testosterone… it can and does help to boost sex drive,and performance..which are two areas effected by low testosterone…..the amount of crucial d-aspartic acid in the mix is lower than other products and the amount of vitamin D (8mcg – 320iu) is tiny when compared to other products that can contain up to 5000iu (525mcg) per serving… These two ingredients are absolutely crucial to testosterone boosting and should always be taken in optimal amounts to enable you to achieve good results..
Weakly Formulated And Ineffective As A Muscle Booster – Look Elsewhere…