What is TEST 600 claimed to do?
This is our review of TEST 600. A testosterone booster which has claims to promote:
- Muscle Mass
But how well will it work for you?
In this review, we look closer at the ingredients in this supplement to see how effective it really is. We also look at what’s in this supplement, is it safe and if it can be improved.
This is what you need to know:
Table of Contents
TEST 600 Ingredients: How are they?
There’s only a handful of them, and unfortunately, not all that good. Really, it only be better if a lot more was added to this supplement.
Below, we look at the main ingredients of TEST 600 along with what we think could be added to help improve it.
This is everything you need to know:
This is a good start to TEST 600. TestoFen is essentially branded Fenugreek.
Fenugreek is a good option when it comes to both your libido and testosterone levels. The main way it does this is by how it helps to regulate your blood sugar.
When your blood sugar levels get high, your insulin levels rise to regulate it. The problem with this is that when your insulin is high, it lowers your testosterone levels. This is because it causes a hormonal imbalance in your system. The more you have of one hormone the less you have of another.
By keeping your insulin and blood sugar under control, your testosterone has more support to rise.
This isn’t an effective option in TEST 600. Tribulus Terrestris is a her that appears to plague the testosterone boosting industry.
Tribulus Terrestris is a nutrient which has claims to promote testosterone, however, the actual evidence is much less compelling.
It has only been seen to help in animal studies when it comes to raising testosterone. In humans, the biggest impact it has been seen to have is to mildly raise your libido.
Aside from that, you’re not going to notice much of a difference.
This isn’t a great option in TEST 600. The main reason being is that it does not have links to improving your testosterone levels.
There’s not much research out there at the moment for Hesperidin in humans. It’s essentially a component found in orange peels and thought to help improve circulation.
There are some concerns about how it affects blood pressure, but nothing has been reported at the moment – and it’s been out on the market a while.
The main thing we would say is that it may help you get more out of this supplement. But quite honestly, there’s not enough research to support this claim at the moment.
Again, this is another ingredient in TEST 600 which does not promote testosterone. However, it may be able to help you in other ways.
Studies show that Transresveratrol may help to promote your overall levels of circulation and blood flow. This may result in more effective absorption and speed of activation.
It’s a supporting ingredient for the other ingredients in TEST 600. This is not going to be having any direct impact on your testosterone levels on its own.
The final ingredient in TEST 600. Bioperine is essentially black pepper. This may seem mundane, but it can actually help you with this supplement.
Black Pepper can help raise the bioactivity in your system after absorbing it. In other words, this means it can help improve your overall absorption rate.
Again, like the Transresveratrol, this can help improve your overall absorption rate and how fast TEST 600 takes to kick in.
Ingredient Profile Overview for TEST 600
On the whole, this is not the best supplement we’ve seen on the market when it comes to ingredients.
The Fenugreek is the only real ingredient in TEST 600 that will be having any positive effect on your testosterone levels. A lot more needs to be added to this supplement for you to get more overall benefit to your testosterone levels.
There’s too much focus here on absorption and libido. The Hesperidin and Tribulus are the main offenders here and we would suggest removing them.
After we cover the side effects section, we’ll go into more detail about what we would add into this supplement and why.
TEST 600 Side Effects – Are there any?
Not that we can see. Fenugreek and Tribulus Terrestris (especially at these dosages) shouldn’t cause you any trouble.
The Hesperidin is more of a concern as there are worries that it could raise your blood pressure. However, nothing has been proven at the moment.
If you have any issues, and still want to try TEST 600 we suggest speaking to your doctor before taking this supplement.
How would we improve TEST 600?
The ingredients definitely need work. Remove the Tribulus, take away the Hesperidin and add more ingredients that have studies for raising testosterone.
The main choices we suggest are:
- D-Aspartic Acid
- Mucnua Pruriens
These all have the studies to support them for raising T. Zinc and DAA both are used for chemical reactions in your brain which can raise your levels of the Luteinizing Hormone (LH) which is your body’s precursor to both growth hormone and testosterone.
Mucuna Pruriens does this too, but it raises your Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone (GnRH) which the precursor to LH. Still, you’ll get a boost in testosterone and growth hormone.
Finally, Ashwagandha would support TEST 600 by how it helps to regulate your hormones. In a similar way to Fenugreek it regulates your cortisol levels.
These would all be good additions to this supplement.
TEST 600 Review Summary
On the whole, this isn’t the best testosterone booster that we’ve seen on the market.
The main issue is that it focuses too much on libido rather than on actually boosting testosterone levels. Fenugreek appears to be the only ingredient in here that will make much of a difference.
Aside from that, a lot more needs to be added if you want to see it boost your testosterone levels.