Alpha Jym Review
Alpha Jym is a test boosting supplement which forms part of the range created by Dr Jim Stoppani and is focused primarily on maintaining optimum testosterone levels for bodybuilders.
One reduction that we can confidently say Stopanni’s supplement will help limit, even before getting into specifics, is your bank balance. It retails on Bodybuilding.com and Amazon at very reasonable prices $29.99 for 180 capsules, 60 per bottle.
Alpha Jym declares it harnesses all natural ingredients, forming a five pronged approach to sustaining a peak hormonal balance;
- Stimulating testosterone of course
- Curbing estrogen production
- Provide protection from oxidative damage to internal test producers
- Increase the amount of free testosterone in the system available to be utilised
- Cut down on testosterone wasted through secretion.
So far so good, but let’s see if those all-important ingredients have what it takes to get our testosterone as high as our expectations.
How Does Alpha Jym Work?
Alpha Jym gets another gold star straight away for using fully disclosed and quantified natural ingredients and resisting the use of proprietary blends.
A supplement prepared to show in detail exactly what makes it tick exudes a certain self-assurance. If proprietary blends are chemical hedge mazes, designed to confuse and frustrateclear and concise products like Alpha Jym are open top bus tours taking you round all their areas of interest in turn and fully explaining them.
You can take the full bus tour down in our detailed ingredients analysis, for the moment we can sum up how it works;
- Fenugreek regulates blood sugars and control insulin levels
- Diindolylmethane for estrogen suppression
- Aromatase inhibition with Damiana Leaf
- Ashwagandha reduces the production of cortisol
- Quercetin and Longjack for estrogen reduction
There’s nothing truly ineffective here which goes in its favour, although if they were smart they would give away free condoms or a chastity belt or something with Alpha Jym because a lot of its main ingredients seem far more tailored towards boosting the libido. That said, sizable amounts of fenugreek and ashwagandha root do give Alpha Jym some legitimate testosterone boosting credentials, so it would be foolish to write it off completely.
There’s no getting away from it, in the testosterone supplement market this is inexpensive. Alpha Jym is about as cheap as you can get when it comes to boosters, without seriously beginning to question the quality of what you’re taking. It hardly matters that it’s sold exclusively in one place as it’s so reasonable to begin with. I didn’t give it full points because the price we saw was reduced from $60, if that starts to creep back up at any time it would put a different complexion on things.
Dr Jim Stoppani is a well-established name on the supplement circuit by now. He has a range of products produced under the company name Jym Supplement Science and quite the cult following amongst the fitness community. There have been no reports of scams connected to either man or brand.
There are plenty of glowing testimonials on the Bodybuilder.com website which is a real strength, but at the same time, paradoxically, something of a weakness. As I said Stoppani has a really devoted following and a lot of the testimonials seem to be praising him more than the actual product. It’s a gut feeling but I thought there might’ve been an element of the cult of personality going on.
Can’t fault JYM Supplement Science. Slick website, full discloser of where supplements are manufactured (USA) and no apparent history of customer service or marketing irregularities.