Ingredients - Lets see what each pill has inside of it
DAA is one of the main ingredients of TestoFuel. Our body needs this essential amino acid to manage the production of 2 hormones – testosterone and HGH. Studies have shown that regular intake of supplements rich in DAA can boost the testosterone levels from anywhere between 30-60%. This results in increased muscle building.
Although sunlight is our most natural source of vitamin D, we hardly get enough of it. Testofuel substitutes for the lack of this vitamin, which is essential for boosting male hormones. Vitamin D helps in improving T-levels, reduces muscle soreness, enhances endurance and performance.
If there is one natural ingredient that can fuel your libido, it is oyster. This delicacy from the sea is also highly effective in increasing T-levels in your body. Oysters are an abundant source of zinc, which helps in boosting reproductive function. This masculinity booster is what you need to get rid of that belly fat and man boobs.
We have heard a lot about the medicinal properties of Ginseng. The locals used this Asian herb as an aphrodisiac and a libido booster. Recent studies have shown that Ginseng is highly effective in the production of testosterone and its supportive hormones. It also helps you stay lean and muscular.
This aromatic herb is quite common in Mediterranean and Asian kitchens. The humble herb is capable of blocking sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG), thus helping testosterone to work freely and more efficiently.
A mineral vital to maintaining a high level of physical endurance and metabolism. This is what you need to sleep better and to stay energized throughout the day.
A nutrient that helps balance your overall wellness by regulating blood circulation. By reducing the buildup of estrogen, B6 amplifies the production of testosterone.
A vitamin that is an essential nutrient for our muscles. By complementing Vitamin D3, it helps to accelerate the release of testosterone.
Here is an essential mineral that boosts brain hormone levels. Low Zinc levels are directly associated with low testosterone production, which causes the androgen receptors to be inefficient.
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