test+ anabolic blitz
- Anabolic support
- Enhance muscle strength and size
- Boost sex drive and libido
- Improve vitality and energy
- Ideal for men over 30
A deficiency of zinc reduces testosterone concentrations in serum, and normalizing this deficiency causes a compensatory increase; zinc supplementation does not increase testosterone above baseline.
It appears that a deficiency of vitamin D suppresses testosterone production and normalizing this deficiency normalizes testosterone; supraphysiological levels of vitamin D do not appear to be further beneficial.
Fenugreek has been shown to increase testosterone in healthy males, which is thought to be due to a backlog of testosterone conversion into DHT via inhibiting the 5-alpha reductase enzyme. The reduction in DHT needs to be considered though, as many persons wishing to increase testosterone (for libido or muscle building) would also prefer an increase in DHT.
200mg DHEA is near the upper limit of what is used to boost testosterone. DHEA is very well studied, and appears to boost testosterone most of the time in persons older than 40 years of age.
Shown to act as an aromatase inhibitor (by inhibiting the enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen, a relative deficiency of estrogen occurs) or otherwise reduce the effects of estrogen on the level of the receptor.