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What Is T-Boost Max?
T-Boost Max Testosterone Booster is a bodybuilding supplement designed to boost energy, increase muscle growth, and reduce body-fat. This supplement uses only natural ingredients suggested to affect hormone balance and increase testosterone production, especially in middle-aged or older men. Since hormones are responsible for many aspects of body composition, the hormone changes many men experience after reaching thirty years old often leads to fatigue, lack of stamina, low energy levels, slowed muscle construction, slowed recovery, increased fat mass. This product seeks to reignite the testes and adrenal glands to return hormone levels to those of a healthy young man. This should put your body in position to burn fat, build muscle, lift heavier and work longer.
T-Boost Max contains essential vitamins and minerals that muscles need. It also contains several ingredients meant to increase circulation to your muscles, putting them in prime position to work harder and lift more. In your downtime, this product may help your muscles rebuild and recover. With better nutrition and a better hormone balance, you can do more to build the body you’ve always wanted.
T-Boost Max contains no synthetic hormones, but instead tries to work with your body to raise production of muscle-building hormones that are naturally found in your body. Testosterone speeds up the creation of muscle mass, which in turn boosts metabolism and increases calorie burn and makes you shed fat. Hence, the supplement is designed to help you get the lean, muscular, bodybuilder’s physique without any of the negative side effects commonly associated with synthetic hormone use.
Information on the manufacturer of this supplement was unavailable online. The logo on the box is a circle through a triquetra, a common symbol of Celtic knotwork said to symbolize the holy trinity. Such a symbol was featured in Assassin’s Creed, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (on Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer), and has become common in pop culture. John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin chose this symbol for the cover of “Led Zeppelin IV,” saying it symbolized a person with both competence and confidence. Unfortunately, this lack of information on the manufacturer is all too common with bodybuilding supplements, especially testosterone boosters. Luckily, this does not always mean that the product is ineffective or unsafe.
How T-Boost Max Works?
As stated in the introduction, T-Boost Max is designed to reignite testosterone-producing glands in the body, namely the testes and adrenal glands. The supplement is full of all-natural, plant-based ingredients. These ingredients are full of nutrients used in the glands mentioned and vital to testosterone production. The ingredients also supply additional nutrients and minerals to muscles, allowing them to work harder and heal faster.
In this way, T-Boost Max is meant to be an indirect bodybuilding boost. When your muscles have extra nutrients, you are able to lift heavier and for longer. As any bodybuilder can tell you, lifting heavier weight leads to massive gains. Therefore, each individual workout session can be more productive. The extra nourishment from this supplement ensures muscles have what they need to rebuild after a grueling workout, which is how it reduces recovery time. If this is true, you can have more productive sessions more often. Better, more frequent workouts lead to more muscle mass and high metabolism, creating a lean, sculpted body.
Mostly, this supplement helps you to gain confidence and energy, so you can maximize your potential both physically and mentally.
Ingredients of T-Boost Max
Any supplement is only as effective as its ingredients. For health reasons, this supplement is comprised of all-natural ingredients that have not been shown to have negative side effects. There are no chemicals, additives, or synthetic elements in T-Boost Max.
In laymen’s terms, this Mediterranean fruit is known as the puncture vine. It has been used as a bodybuilding supplement for many years, and is also used to boost athletic performance. Medically, it has been used to treat heart and circulatory conditions. While evidence of its medical effectiveness is lacking, some studies have shown it to positively affect athletic performance. It increases testosterone production by stimulating the Luteinizing hormone, which regulates testosterone production. It is not risky and has little or no side effects. It can interact with heart medications and may lower blood sugar in those with diabetes. If you have a heart condition or diabetes, it would be good to seek a doctor’s advice before taking Tribulus Terrestris.
This is a special extract of fenugreek that was scientifically created to contain mostly fenuside saponins. This ingredient is often used in testosterone boosters. Not only does it further stimulate Luteinizing hormone production (and thereby stimulate testosterone production), but it also affects adrenocorticotropic hormone production (ACTH), which stimulates the adrenal cortex and influences muscle-building hormone secretion. In this way, Testofen positively affects muscle growth and energy.
Fenugreek, the plant from which Testofen is produced, has been used to treat diabetes for centuries. It may also improve appetite and lower LDL cholesterol. Fenugreek is a common ingredient in Indian and other Asian cuisines, and is an ingredient in some imitation maple syrups. Thus, fenugreek and testofen are completely safe to consume.
This amino acid is well-known among bodybuilders. It is a common ingredient in supplements, as it releases growth hormones and aids in increasing muscle mass. Arginine is important to the body, as it is used to maintain hormone function, dilate the arteries, remove waste, and heal wounds. This ingredient’s main purpose in bodybuilding supplements is to dilate arteries, thereby increasing blood-flow to the muscles and speed up healing, lowering recovery time. L-Arginine may interact with blood pressure or heart medication, as well as medications for erectile dysfunction. If you are taking any such medications, it would be good to ask a doctor before taking any supplement containing L-Arginine.
This is an extract form of king’s crown, a flowering plant indigenous to the Artcic. In traditional Chinese medicine, Rhodiola is known as hóng jĩng tiān, and is said to “engender the blood” and “fortify the spleen.” In modern terms, this means that Rhodiola may help with circulation problems and that it may be helpful in treating feelings of weakness in the arms or legs, or fatigue. In Scandinavia, it was traditionally used to make an herbal tea. Rhodiola may be one of the world’s first treatments for depression and seasonal affective disorder, and was used to cope with the stressful life and months of cold and dark in the rough Arctic climate. The plant’s effects on the circulatory system are the basis for its expectation of improving physical endurance and resistance to altitude sickness. This ingredient is known to be safe in normal doses, but is poisonous in enormously large doses.
This ingredient is commonly added to processed food items, especially breakfast cereals, for nutritional purposes. It is also a common ingredient in baby powder, sunscreen, and lotions. Zinc is important for the growth and maintenance of the human body. It is used to heal wounds, maintain a healthy appetite and immune system, reduce stress, and many more vital bodily functions. Zinc oxide is safe to consume in reasonable doses, but should not be taken with two hours of bran or whole-grain foods, milk, or poultry. It also should not be taken within two hours of fiber, copper, iron, or phosphorous supplements. These food items and supplements are known to bind with zinc in the stomach, leaving the body unable to absorb them.
Horny Goat Weed
This famous traditional Chinese medicinal herb has been used to treat low libido, pain, fatigue, and other conditions for centuries. Modern studies show that it may be useful in treating osteoporosis and hardening of the arteries. In a scientific study on rats, Horny Goat Weed was shown to increase testosterone levels when taken at a relatively high dose. This ingredient has two main purposes in T-Boost Max: It is known to increase testosterone production and it is known to relax arteries and increase circulation. Horny Goat Weed can interact with many medications, including blood thinners, antidepressants, and birth control pills. Interactions between Horny Goat Weed and Nitroglycerin can be EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. If you have a heart condition or are taking any of the medication listed, it is best to ask a doctor before taking anything containing Horny Goat Weed.
This is a tropical plant native to South America and the Caribbean. Indigenous people have used the root to treat arthritics, psoriasis, and eczema for generations. In the United States, it was once registered as a treatment for syphilis. In modern studies, there is evidence that Sarsaparilla works as a powerful anti-inflammatory, and it may work as a synergist. Therefore, the two purposes of this ingredient in the supplement are to reduce swelling, thereby reducing the needed recovery time, and to influence the body to better absorb the other ingredients.
This ingredient is also known as Malaysian Ginseng, or Long Jack. There is evidence that it has anti-estrogenic effects, and one study in particular claims that Long Jack is a powerful testosterone booster. It is traditionally used to increase energy and stamina, and to improve circulation. This ingredient has been seen to be toxic in high doses, but it generally safe in doses around 400 mg per day.
This ingredient is derived from the bark of tree native to western Africa. Yohimbe is said to dilate blood vessels and may even lower blood pressure. As an Alkaloid, Yohimbe may block receptors that inhibit fat loss. In a three-weeks study on obese females, this ingredient was shown to slightly boost weight loss. Large doses can adversely affect blood pressure, causing dizziness or fainting.
Safety is the number one concern when it comes to bodybuilding supplements. All of the ingredients of T-Boost Max are natural, and many of them are common food items in their native areas. Barring an allergic reaction or bad interaction with other medication, this supplement is certainly safe to consume. The second priority when it comes to bodybuilding supplements is effectiveness. While many supplements contain questionable ingredients only backed by pseudo-science, many of the ingredients found in this supplement have at least some medically accepted evidence to suggest that they may be effective.
As a testosterone booster, this supplement can give the user many of the benefits of synthetic hormones while hopefully avoiding the profound negative effects of unnatural chemicals. These benefits include: increase in mass gains and in the speed of gains, more productive workout sessions, reduced recovery time between sessions, healthy hormonal balance, rapid weight loss, an energized feeling, and more confidence.
On the T-Boost Max website, there is an offer for a free trial. This costs five U.S. dollars in shipping and handling for a one-month bottle, giving you a chance to try the supplement before making a large monetary commitment. However, the card from which the shipping and handling was paid will be automatically charged $90 in fifteen days to ensure a steady supply of supplement. It may take several weeks for the full benefits of the supplement to take effect.
No information on certificates for this product was available online, and the product did not have any claims of certification on the box or bottle. Though many similar products do earn or buy certifications, there is one potential positive: this shows that the marketers of T-Boost Max are unwilling to lie about certification, which is definitely a good thing.
I was working out for hours every day, but just couldn’t get rid of my belly fat. I gave up. A friend told me I should try T-Boost Max, and I tried it. Suddenly, I seemed to be shedding pounds like crazy. I reached my goal weight in under two months. — John R., Montgomery, AL, USA
I’m not a bodybuilder, I’m only worried about my health. I used to be so tired all the time. I would wake up tired, feel groggy throughout the day, go to sleep tired, and repeat. The fatigue was affecting my job performance and my personal relationships. T-Boost Max helps me feel more balanced. I can get through the day and actually enjoy my life. — Terrence H., Juneau, AK, USA
Starting a new workout routine is hard. It is exhausting and it hurts. Usually, I give up after the first day because I can’t walk on the second. My workout buddy gave me a sample of his T-Boost Max, and I stuck with it the whole first week! And then the next, and then the next. Without some help, I never would have made it this far. — Tommy L., Phoenix, AZ, USA
Awards & Media Coverage
No information on awards or media coverage for the product was available online. While a lack of media coverage might look bad, many excellent supplement products fly under the radar. Many awards and most media coverage can be bought, but the makers of T-Boost Max let the product do the talking.
The product’s website does not mention a money-back guarantee, but they do offer an excellent free trial. The supplement is designed for you to see the maximum results in just two to four weeks, and the free trial is for an entire month’s supply. You can easily try it before you buy it. If it doesn’t work you haven’t made any monetary commitment. Therefore, there is no need for a money-back guarantee!
The website states that only two-hundred and fifty free trials are available per day. It claims that increased demand for the product means that the supply of the supplement is never guaranteed. With that being said, the website also has a banner stating that the product is in stock and ready to ship within twenty-four hours.
These are the details on the free trial: The free trial is for a one-month supply of T-Boost Max, which is sixty pills. The pills are to be taken one in the morning and one in the evening with a good amount of water. When ordering the free trial, the customer is expected to pay the shipping and handling fees, which comes to about five U.S. dollars. While this is a small initial financial commitment, signing up for the free trial also doubles as signing up for a continuous subscription service to ensure that you have the recommended number of pills month after month. The free trial is for one month of pills, but the subscription service begins two weeks into the free trial period. On the fifteenth day, the card with which you paid the shipping and handling fees will be charged $90 for the following month’s supply of the supplement. From there, the card will be charged the same amount every month and you will receive a new bottle of the product every month. Also keep in mind that the shipping and handling will be a recurring monthly charge as well.
While ordering the free trial, the website showed $4.95 shipping to any of the address in the United States that were input. There is a drop-down menu allowing the customer to select the country of the shipping address, but the United States of America is the only available selection. From this, it is safe to assume that shipping is a flat five-dollar fee that recurs every month as a new bottle of the supplement is shipped to you by FedEx, UPS, or the U.S. Postal Service. The ordering page on the website also says that the free trial could arrive in as little as two business days, but some statements on the T-Boost Max homepage imply that shipping is expected to take approximately two weeks. For instance, the free trial sends a full sixty-pill bottle of the supplement, enough for an entire month, but the next month’s bottle is paid for and shipped only two weeks later. Premium shipping is available, and the product would arrive in as little as two days.
The lack-luster, purely sales-focused website and complete inexistence of social media profiles related to T-Boost Max make customer service pretty well out of reach. This is further shown by the utter lack of information on the manufacturer of the supplement and even by the choice of logo. All of the marketing decisions made by the manufacturer imply that this is a group that does not want to be known. Therefore, the manufacturer will be difficult if not impossible to reach for matters of customer service.
Safe & Secure Checkout
The ordering page does boast solid security. The section in which credit card information is entered features a small picture of a lock and the line, “Secure 256 Bit Encrypted Connection.” It also contains the MasterCard SecureCode and Verified by Visa emblems. The URL begins with https://, with the additional “s” signifying a secure webpage, and an up-to-date web browser should confirm the page’s security.
Before reaching the secure page, however, an interested customer is required to fill out a webform on an unsecured page. This form requires a first and last name, mailing address including city, state, country and zip code, a phone number and an email address. This webform also features the same “256 Bit Encrypted Connection” line as the credit card information page, but the security of the page is not secured by the browser. After entering my information, I received several phone calls from telemarketers for other supplements, perhaps as a sales tactic by the same company that produces this supplement.
The terms and conditions of the free trial state that shipping and handling is $4.95, and that it will continue to be $4.95 per month for each 30-day supply of T-Boost Max. Fifteen days after the free trial is ordered, the next month’s supply will be charged to your account in the amount of $89.41. With shipping, this is a total of $94.36, which will recur every 30 days until your subscription is cancelled. This product can only be ordered by subscription service, so there is offer of reduced cost for buying in bulk. This supplement is going to cost $1.57 per pill, or $3.15 a day, and there is no way to change that.
- Body transformations are powered by hormones produced by the body itself; no negative effects of synthetic muscle-builders.
- All natural, plant-based ingredients that have been proven safe; No fillers or chemicals.
- Scientific evidence that ingredients are effective testosterone boosters.
- Free trial, so you can make sure it works for you before making a big monetary commitment!
- Little to no information available about the manufacturer.
- Takes a few weeks to reach maximum effectiveness.
- Free trial auto-enrolls in a monthly subscription.
- Somewhat expensive, at $3.15 per day.
Summary: As a bodybuilding supplement, T-Boost Max is designed to work indirectly by increasing testosterone levels and changing hormonal balance. This naturally tells your body to be more energized, to build more muscle, and to burn more fat. The product is alleged to relax arteries, increase circulation, and provide muscles with the nutrients they need to rebuild after intense exercise, thereby shortening recovery time. This supplement contains only natural, plant-based ingredients that have proven to be safe to consume. Many of the intended effects of the ingredients have been seen in scientific studies. However, keep in mind that there is no scientific consensus on the effectiveness of testosterone-boosting supplements, and that positive effects might be purely anecdotal or psychological. T-Boost Max offers a one-month free trial, and after fifteen days automatically renews your subscription monthly. A 60-pill bottle, enough for 30 days, costs $89.41 with an additional $4.95 shipping and handling.
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