• Positive

    • Some good T boosting ingredients
    • Components included to help control estrogen
    • No proprietary blends
    • Good value for money
  • Negative

    • Some ingredients unproven
    • A few of the dosages a little off
    • Missing some ideal components
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  • Overall Score: 8.6/10

MAN Delta XT Review

Delta XT is a herbal testosterone booster from supplement company MAN. Great to see that their goals are as straightforward as their name – raise T, limit estrogen, support muscle growth, cut workout recovery times.

We’re happy to report that Delta XT keeps it simple with ingredients too. All components are clearly named and dosed. No proprietary blend in sight. At a glance there’s a lot to like here but let’s take a closer look and see if the initial promise holds up.


How Does Delta XT Work?

Ingredients Summary

  • Diindolylmethane for estrogen suppression
  • Fenugreek regulates blood sugars and control insulin levels
  • Minerals magnesium & zinc included to help free testosterone and overall testosterone
  • Libido boosting with Maca
  • B6 stimulates testosterone production in the testes

We fully analyse the ingredients and the dosages chosen later in the article. First though … the scores

The Scores

The Scores

Delta XT actually has some really strong ingredients, even if we do think they’re a little over enthusiastic with a few dosages. B6, magnesium, zinc, and fenugreek form a solid foundation of T boosting and estrogen suppression. Even if DIM and epicatechin still have something to prove. Delta XT loses ground on what’s not included. Maybe if they hadn’t gone too big elsewhere a few more important adds could have been made.


Around the $30 mark is mid-range and for what you’re getting it’s probably about right. We can’t give it full marks for the problems above, plus the method of serving will lower effect. Most of the active ingredients in Delta XT are quality so if you’re looking for a budget option, this is worth considering.


There are no actual testimonials on the Man website, it’s mainly just explaining about the company’s ethos and directing you to retailers of the supplements. This means you’re left to judge from reviews on those outlet web pages. Such reviews are variable in quality and detail, so we can’t give full marks, but generally speaking, feedback is positive.


We couldn’t find any major complaints about this product and of course they don’t use proprietary blends so all the ingredients are named and dosed individually. More than that though, the company use a system called Micro Batch, which is similar to the concept of a Micro-Brewery, except with supplements. Basically the products are produced on site and not sent off to be mass produced. This isn’t essential as long as the factory applies with government guidelines, but it’s still a nice touch.


Man produce a wide range of products besides this testosterone booster, including a sleep aid and fat burner amongst others. They’ve fostered a real community spirit among users and appear to be growing in popularity. It’d be nice if they had a bit more of a global reach but besides that it’s difficult to fault them.