“Is it low T?”
I am sure you have seen the TV commercial featuring middles-aged man who looks moody. He has no energy and suffers from low libido. The ad is sponsored by Solvay Pharmaceutical, the maker behind Androgel, a prescription ointment for men with low testosterone. In fact, Testosterone boosting supplements/formula have become top selling products in health stores. The latest is called “Enduros Testo Booster”. According to the claims, its benefit include “boost drive, fuel passion, increase libido and nourish your body.”
Unfortunately, I was unable to find any evidence to support the claims. Enduros Testo Booster is said to contain Tribulus Terrestris. However, the maker does not disclose the ingredients label. You can’t tell if the doses used in the formula are effective. On its official website, they provide two external links as “evidence of test, analysis and research.” I followed links and read the studies. Both studies appear to be legitimate studies on Tribulus Terrestris, though sample size is too small (leess than 40) to make conclusion. Most importantly, the product(Enduros Testo Booster) is NOT tested for long term safety and effectiveness.
The bottom line is: I do not think Enduros Testo Booster is going to alter your testosterone level, especially when you have no idea what’s inside this product! There are too many missing information. More than likely, your testosterone level aren’t nearly as low as you suspect. If sexual performance is the issue, take this doctor-endorsed product.
Finally, if you want to go to the wishful thinking route, it’s your money and of course you are free to test the product. Just beware: upon sign up, you are invited to try Enduros Testo Booster for 12 days. You only have to pay $4.92 for shipping. The thing is: if you do not cancel within 12 days, you will be charged $119.92 every 30 days for new supply. It may be difficult to make cancellation and obtain refund. You have been warned.