True Grit Test Booster Review
Test Booster is a natural testosterone supplement from company True Grit. It’s an uncomplicated name for an uncomplicated product. True Grit Test Booster sets out to achieve three clear goals and bring us the benefits of higher T.
The first, as you might expect, is to help stimulate our body’s own T, the second is to keep the body’s level of the female hormone, estrogen, down and the third is to limit the amount of cortisol in our system.
Estrogen is at the opposite end of the hormonal balance to testosterone. When one is up the other is down and vice versa. Cortisol, the stress hormone made while we’re under pressure, blocks T production.
Effectively the second and third aims are to clear the way for effective execution of the first.
True Grit shoot from the hip from an formula point of view. They steer clear of proprietary blends, showing us all components in name and amount. Let’s not waste any time tracking down this gang of ingredients, we’ll find out if they will indeed give you ‘grit’.
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How Does True Grit Test Booster Work?
- Diindolylmethane for estrogen suppression
- Fenugreek regulates blood sugars and control insulin levels
- Effective testosterone promotion and SHGB control wih Boron
- Zinc to promote hormone creation
- Includes Ayurvedic medicine such as Ashwagandha and Safed Musli
- Additional ingredients with less of a clinical pedigree
We fully analyse the ingredients and the dosages in True Grit Test Booster later in the article. First though … the scores
There are a few really solid choices here which guarantee a purchase of True Grit Test Boost won’t be a waste. There’s good zinc and boron content and the fenugreek is well judged.
However there are a few questions to answer both about what made it in and what’s missed. Safed musli, Gucos Yesiculosus and Smallanthus Sonchifolius need to do more to convince us and their place could’ve been given to better boosters.
The $30 region for this is not bad. Although it’s possibly a shade overpriced given how finely balanced its pros and cons are. However you don’t have to look far to find other brands which you’d pay a lot more for and receive a lot less.
There are no reviews on the True Grit website, meaning we’re left with customer reviews on retail sites and since this is a Bodybuiding.com exclusive, that’s the only place we’ll get them. As always these vary in detail and therefore usefulness but we’re stuck with them.
Reviews are generally positive although there is a smattering of negative reviews citing little or no results at all.
We couldn’t find any serious issues with this product. True Grit deserves credit for including all components and their respective volumes on the label.
True Grit recently picked up Best New Brand at the 2015 Supplement Awards and disagreements on ingredients aside, it’s easy to see why.
Test Booster was released as part of a set of 6 supplements including Pre, Post, Thermo, Multi and Protein, all of which are selling well. Their website is thorough and informative with exercise and diet advice alongside the supplement pitches. So no complaints. They also deserve a +1 for having a pun as their corporate domain name.