• Positive

    • Loads of genuinely good test boosting ingredients
    • Very cheap
    • The company is successful and trustworthy
  • Negative

    • Proprietary blend, dosages obscured
    • Too many ingredients overall
    • Some terrible ingredients
    • Too much zinc in the formula
    • Suspiciously glowing feedback on Amazon reviews
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  • Overall Score: 6.5/10

Alpha Boost Review

Priced below $20 on sites like Amazon, Alpha Boost from Alpha Nutra is a temptation for guys looking to raise their testosterone without lowering their bank balance.

This cost is well below the average for a natural test booster, but is it money well spent?

Remember the old saying: Buy cheap, buy twice. It is good value only if it delivers results – so that’s what this review aims to establish.


How Does Alpha Boost Work?

Ingredients Summary

  • Libido boosting with Maca
  • Panax Ginseng and L-Arginine promotes nitric oxide and blood flow to address libido or erectile problems
  • Nettle root extract also helps free testosterone
  • Mucuna Pruriens to boost testosterone and inhibits cortisol
  • Effective testosterone promotion and SHGB control wih Boron
  • Zinc and Oyster Extract normally a good thing but here in excessive amounts
  • Contains dud ingredients like Tribulus
  • Contains ingredients more suited to fat burners
  • Some ingredients (ie Licorice) negatively affect test levels

We fully analyse the ingredients and the dosages chosen for True Grit Test Booster later in the article. First though … the scores

The Scores

The Scores

On the face of it there are a lot of strong components in Alpha Boost, unfortunately most of them are obscured within a proprietary blend and are competing for space with some more questionable choices. In other areas there’s a duplication (2 * Ginsengs??), and there are the inclusion of some classic t-boosting duds. The most serious misstep though, lies in the sheer volume of zinc in this supplement. Ordinarily a great mineral to include, Alpha Boost is a perfect example of why full dosages are so important.


Alpha Boost looks incredibly good value, but you have to weigh that against some of the problems we’ve talked about. $20 for an effective booster would be great, but $20 for potentially a load of unpleasant side effects, not so much. For more information on this read the ingredients review in detail further down the page.


There are no testimonials to speak of, apart from the customer reviews on the sites that sell them. These are variable in terms of quality and usefulness and the glowing feedback left on amazon in particular had us at best confused, at worst suspicious.


There are two elements to the trust score – the company and the product. Whilst there seems to be no issue with the company and the way they operate, we wouldn’t trust this product. At risk of sounding like a stuck record here there is just far too much zinc in the formula.


Alpha Nutraceuticals is a supplement company operating out of California. By all accounts there are very successful and produce a range of products besides Alpha Boost, which is why the oversight with the zinc in this case is all the more worrying.