EVL Test may sound like something a super villain conducts inside a top secret disused volcano base somewhere in the Pacific ocean. But it’s not.
It is in fact the main natural T boosting effort from supplement company Evlution Nutrition. We just got through reviewing one of their newer fat burning efforts and it solid enough to at least to get us wondering what help they offered for test boosters.
The claims are pretty standard fot this kind of product, with one slight twist.
EVL Test isn’t the only brand to offer this last one, but it’s less common than the others.
Lack of sleep is one one of the worst things for testosterone production though, so extra help there might give EVL Test an edge over the other options out their on the market.
One thing we like about EVL Test straight away is there are no proprietary blends. Every ingredient is right there on the label, along with its dose.
If your thinking of launching your own booster and are looking to be become a reviewers favorite on this site, that’s a good way to start. Seeing the formula is only half the battle though, we’ve got to like what we see.
Most of that looks pretty good to us with one big exception, we’ll break down what that is after we’ve dealt with the scores
D-Aspartic Acid, fenugreek, vitamin B6, zinc and magnesium were all enough to get our hopes, but dig a little deeper and there are elements that make you question whether it’ll get your T up.
The vitamin D3 is underdosed and we’re not entirely convinced by DIM as an effective estrogen blocker. As for Tribulus Terrestris, EVL Test needs to get with the program and just scrap it all together. It’s a total waste and not a small one either.
At just over $20 or £20, EVL Test is what you would call a bargain in this kind of market. The question is, is it a brilliant bargain or bargain basement?
Well, with 5 useful ingredients it’s probably closer to the first one actually, but it’s still a long way short of the kind of fully rounded formula you should be looking for to get the best results.
No worries on safety and no proprietary blends is the way to get a high score in this department, but if you’re looking for a flawless mark it’s best not to include almost a gram of an ingredient that will do users little to no good at all.
And make sure all your choices are there in active dosages.
Plenty of praise for EVL Test on Amazon where it sells strongly. It has an almost perfect rating in fact based on a lot of reviews.
So why doesn’t it get full marks here too. Well because Amazon reviews are dandy, but most are missing the really serious detail you need before deciding to purchase. And there’s always a few unhappy customers scattered in there to plant doubt in your mind.
Better to look for detailed testimonials with full names, long written statements and before and after pics.
EVLution Nutrition are a well established supplement company with a large and successful range. The website boasts many consumer awards.
One criticism we might make, aside with taking issue with a few of their formula choices, is they offer trial packs of product containing just a few servings rather than money back guarantees.
You don’t often see trial packs of test boosters simply because it normally takes at least a month to start having any effect.
Users take 1 serving of 3 caps 30-60 minutes before bed.
Sorry what? That’s just a straight up waste. We know restful sleep is a promise and it may help there, but what about the other benefits?
A single serve booster is bad enough during the day when effects start to peeter out, but talking this half decent effort just before bed means you’re to be K.Oed for most of the advantages. Literally you snooze you lose.
Reader feedback coupled with our own research has us convinced 3-4 servings spread evenly throughout a busy day is the best way to get the most out of a quality booster.
Apart from seeing Tribulus Terrestris still included in a modern day booster, there’s nothing on this label that should make you sick.
Customers will find EVL Test at Amazon.com for $20 for a 1 month supply.
What looks like a sunny start here. Vitamin D3 is actually a vitamin in it’s own right, most of which we get naturally when sunlight hits our skin.
Certain levels of D3 are known to stimulate testosterone which is why T volume spikes in summer. But if you want the advantages all year round and you don’t live in a tropical climate, the supplementing is your only option.
Great! Well, yes and no. EVL Test gives you extra D3 but not nearly enough. To get male hormone moving you need at least 3500IUs and this booster only offers 1000IUs.
File this under no-brainer when it comes to putting together a natural T booster. Essential building blocks for healthy T, like luteinizing hormone, human growth hormone and follicle stimulating hormone all depend on getting enough zinc.
It’s sometimes tricky to get all this important mineral from diet so again supplementation is a smart move.
In this case though EVL Test’s 30 mg is spot on as far as getting effects without side effects.
Another must-have mineral for any serious booster. 60-90% of the T in your body can be tied up by a protein called Sex Hormone Binding Globulin. SHBG renders the T it’s attached to inactive which is where we get the distinction between overall T and Free T.
Magnesium is a safe, effective way to lower your SHBG count which leaves you with more free hormone to put to good use. The 100mg dose has a great chance of being beneficial.
We’re always pleased to see B6 because it’s perfect for making sure that your estrogen levels aren’t creeping too high. Yup, it’s the female hormone, and yup you’ve got it too.
B6 works on the central pathway of the brain to slow production of estrogen as well as lowering the influence what you’ve already created has on your body. All this shifts your hormone balance back in favor of T.
You don’t need much to get the job done and 11mg is pretty spot on.
The amino acid D-AA is one of the most effective natural boosters available. Not only does it stimulate those same important hormones that zinc does (LH, GH and FSH), more recent research suggests it may remove rate limits of T synthesis in the testes.
Like D3, D-Aspartic Acid has an active minimum, this time of about 3000mg. In this case though EVL Test just sneaks over the line with 3120mg
So here it is. The fly in the ointment. The pee in the pool. The Madonna in any film staring Madonna.
For a while Tribulus Terrestis was thought to be a great T boosting ingredient thanks to a supposed doping scandal in the 1950s. Modern tests clinical trials though have utterly debunked this reputation. It does nothing for your hormones.
We’re completely baffled why any supplement would include 1mg of this discredited waste, let alone another 749mg as is the case here. A serious black mark on what was shaping up to be an okay formula.
Fenugreek is a bit of a multitasker so it is a great choice. Not only does it simulate libido and important androgens for T, it also helps to safely balance blood sugars.
This is important because balanced blood sugars means regulated insulin. If insulin is not kept in check it can block the effects of T.
Fenugreek only works in the right dose but we’ve no worries on that score with a whopping 500mg
DIM is a nutrient found in green leafy veg which in some trials has shown an ability to block estrogen.
This is important because the female hormone estrogen is on the opposite end of the balance to T. When one’s up the other is down. Keeping limiting estrogen just clears the way for testosterone.
The problem is DIM is actually an estrogen modulator, rather than inhibitor. This means in some cases it can increase the female hormone. There are other ways to lower E without running that risk, however small.
EVL Test actually has most major areas covered in our view. The only thing they’re missing appears to be the mountain of clinical evidence to suggest that Trib is a load of garbage.
That 750mg that was used for Trib could’ve been used for Panax Ginseng or vitamin K2 to complement the D3. Those would’ve brought something to the party.
The solid basis for a a good booster let down by one ingredient and poor serving choices. It still falls short of the strongest natural T boosting options.