Nugenix Review

nugenix review


What Is A Testosterone Booster?

A testosterone booster is a collection of natural ingredients which could be a combination of vitamins, minerals, and herbal compounds that work together to boost or increase testosterone levels but in a natural way.

Assuming the product really works, the advantage is that you should experience all the health benefits with measurable increases in testosterone without having to deal with all the negative health risks and side effects you often hear about with testosterone replacement therapy.

There are no prescriptions, doctors, needles, injections, or negative side effects with natural testosterone boosters.


Why Testosterone Boosters Are Popular

The way men of today are dealing with and interacting with modern society has really dealt him a blow from a testosterone perspective. Did you know that men today have, on average, about 20% less overall testosterone than men did in the 80s and 90s? That’s a huge overall drop in testosterone.

We are hearing about more doctors seeing patients for issues around low testosterone levels at younger and younger ages. In fact, they are now seeing men in their 20s and early 30s, whereas they used to see men for these kinds of issues well into their 40s, 50s, and older.

lower testosterone rates

As a result of what really is a serious problem, men are becoming more aware of the need and benefits of healthy testosterone levels as well as hearing about and experiencing the problems associated with low testosterone levels.

That’s where natural testosterone boosters, and particularly Nugenix, come into play.

What Is Nugenix?

Today, we’re going to do a Nugenix review to what the ratio of bark-to-bite is with the most popular testosterone booster on the market today.

Nugenix could be the most popular natural testosterone booster on the market today. There are a couple that you typically see on TV. Most often you see Nugenix, and the other really popular one I’ve seen lately is Test x180 Ignite for Force Factor.

Nugenix Ingredients

Every testosterone booster lives and dies by the ingredients it contains and the dosages associated with those ingredients, so we’ll use that as the filtered lens at which we examine the ingredients of Nugenix.

nugenix ingredients

First thing to look at is how many total ingredients are there? The best testosterone boosters have anywhere between 8-12 different ingredients that have been proven to increase testosterone levels naturally.

We’re off to a bad start since Nugenix only 6 total ingredients.

The next thing we look at is how many of the named ingredients are actually medically tested or scientifically proven to increase testosterone.

Looking at the six ingredients, we can see that four out of the six are proven ingredients that have been clinically shown to boost testosterone.

After seeing the named ingredients and figuring out which ones actually have been proven to boost testosterone, you have to look at the dosages of each of the proven ingredients.

In this case, the first three ingredients (B-6, B-12, and Zinc) are good proven ingredients, but then if you take a look at the dosage levels, you’ll see that that the dosages are almost a joke because they’re so low. You have to wonder why they even bothered to include those ingredients if the dosages were going to be so low. Those three ingredients essentially provide no noticeable benefit to increasing testosterone. This is why dosages are so important, which leads us to the next problem.

The Nugenix Free Testosterone Complex is a “proprietary blend” of ingredients where they tell you what’s in the blend, and they give you the total amount of ingredients in the blend as a whole, but you don’t get to know what each individual ingredient dose is, and that’s the final straw that broke the camel’s back for this product as far as I’m concerned.


Nugenix is a great lesson in that just because a product is popular and the company promoting it does a good job at marketing and advertising, it doesn’t mean that the product actually works or is even considered an above average product.


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