Back to you. This week’s highlight is specially for the men in the house. Test Boost is one of our specialty products designed just for men and their needs. And you guessed it, it can help increase your testosterone levels naturally. Here is the quick run down of the product and its benefits, along with use instructions. Take a look!
- 1.5g D-Aspartic Acid per serving
- 50mg Laxogenin per serving
- Powerful anabolic effects
- Leaner more muscular physique
- Increased Libido and stamina
- Increased Strength
LaxosteroneTM is the branded product of 5a-Hydroxy Laxogenin from GENABOLIX. Laxogenin is the plant-based steroid that can be extracted from Smilax sieboldii and can be synthesized from diosgenin.
The benefits of LaxosteroneTM includes:
- Powerful Anabolic effects
- Increasing Lean Muscle Mass
- Increasing Metabolism Rate
- Precursor for Testosterone Biosynthesis
CAS NO: 56786-63-1
5a-Hydroxy Laxogenin is shown to possess an anabolic/androgenic ratio similar to one of the most efficient anabolic substances, in particular Anavar but without the side effects of liver toxicity or testing positive for steroidal therapy. 5a-Hydroxy Laxogenin exerts beneficial effects without steroidal influence, and it is great for drug testing and does not test positive for steroids. Tests showed that protein synthesis increased by over 200%, the key to lean muscle growth and accelerated repair. In testing the molecule has balance cortisol response which is the major cornerstone to healthy recovery and reduction of muscle wasting. It’s also been shown to balance cortisol on calorie restricted diets, helps control glucose and increases thyroid function.
SUGGESTED USE FOR MAXIMUM RESULTS:
For adults only. Complete the following 8 week cycle followed by 2 weeks off and then repeat.
– Weeks 1 – 6: Take 3 capsules with breakfast and 2 capsules before bed
– Week 7: Take 2 capsules with breakfast and 1 capsule before bed
– Week 8: Take 1 capsule with breakfast and 1 capsule before bed
When should you consider taking Test Boost?
Well, statistically speaking, testosterone levels naturally will begin to decline from the ages of 25-30. As testosterone levels drop, the risk of obesity and other diseases increase. In fact, low testosterone usually is related to higher cortisol levels. Cortisol is often known as the stress hormone and often manifests in the storage of harmful body fat storage around your organs and mid-section, due to higher food intake, and general weight gain. Testosterone levels are also disrupted by poor nutrition, lack of sleep, low caloric intake, sedentary lifestyles, lack of exercise or physical activity- specifically resistance training and high intensity interval training. Maintaining optimal levels is extremely important throughout adulthood and even into old age because as the body ages, it begins to experience greater muscle loss and fatigue, decline in muscle composition, decline in sexual function, and increase in disease risk. Focus on the full health approach! Being proactive in living a well- rounded healthy lifestyle should help you maintain balanced hormones.
Perks of increasing testosterone levels are:
Rapid gains in muscle mass and an overall sense of vitality.
Lowered cortisol levels.
Increased sperm count.
Check with your doctor to see if your levels are healthy! And if you are wondering about other natural ways to boost your testosterone: taking your vitamins and minerals including vitamin D, getting plenty of sleep, minimizing stress, eating a healthy, balanced diet, incorporating a weight resistance and high intensity interval workout program, and avoiding estrogen-like compounds will all be extremely beneficial.