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Nowadays it is difficult to do without testosterone boosters if you are over 30 and wish to stay a strong man. The matter is that at this age your T levels start decreasing, and it is up to you to decide what to do further. One can opt for hormone replacement therapy but it can cause some side effects. Or you can opt for a testosterone booster that leads to a smaller number of negatives.
MBoost is a product that can be bought online. It is claimed to add athleticism and strength as well as enhancement of sexual performance and libido in the user. It promises better workout recovery, muscle density and decline of fat mass. To better understand whether these statements are true, it is better to take a closer look at the ingredients of the product. MBoost is manufactured by a company in the USA and has an official website which is not informative, though. It lists contact information but does not mention a company name.
It turned out to be a difficult task to find a full list of ingredients in MBoost. I have done it through a third party. The official website of the supplement claims only that it contains all-natural ingredients. But there is no scientific backing up. So, let us get started.
Horny Goat Weed is nowadays available in a pill form or in the form of tea. This component is said to boost stamina and energy, as well as to get the most from workouts. Saw Palmetto is another ingredient of the product that is used to support male health - to treat urinary and enlarged prostate problems. It is able to boost testosterone levels and energy levels but can cause certain side effects.
Sarsaparilla is another component that is claimed to increase testosterone due to the substance called diosgenin. The latter is a building block of steroid hormones. Even though regular supplementation adds more of free testosterone but it can cease the production of body's own testosterone. Boron is another ingredient on the list which is claimed to originate from meteorites but has integrated into the soil. This substance has been tested for its ability to increase free testosterone levels, but the results were insignificant.
Tongkat Ali is also said to be a testosterone booster but nobody knows how it works and whether it is really effective. Orchic Substance is an extract made from the testicles of cattle. There is no evidence that it really increases muscle mass or boosts testosterone. Wild Yam Extract, just like Sarsaparilla, contains diosgenin which is a building material for testosterone.
Nettle Extract binds to SHBG due to which it can increase testosterone levels. But there is insufficient evidence supporting this fact. Besides, this ingredient can be harmful for people with diabetes, low blood pressure and kidney problems. Unfortunately, the manufacturer of MBoost doesn't disclose any information about its ingredients, so the product needs to be studies more.
The manufacturer of MBoost does not mention any possible side effects associated with its usage. After I have thoroughly studied the main five ingredients in the product, I can say that there appear to be certain side effects. Especially people who are too sensitive risk having adverse reactions when taking MBoost. As a matter of fact, nausea or upset stomach are not the only side effects which can be caused by this dietary supplement. The supplement has not been scientifically approved. The company does not offer any clinical evidence that the product works. Different websites display different ingredient lists in MBoost, so you are never sure what you are taking.
A number or precautions should be taken into account before starting to use MBoost. This testosterone-booster is not meant for women and children. It can cause serious side effects and health problems. Only mature men can take this product at their sole discretion. One of the drawbacks of the product is its customer service which leaves much to be desired. MBoost has a long list of negative reviews online. Many customers called the product and the company behind it "fraud". Let us have a look at some of them.
"MBoost is a complete scam for sure... at present I am claiming fraud through my bank and trying to return my money... customer service does not answer..."
"I am disappointed with the product. I did not have time to ensure whether MBoost works because of side effects. I simply threw it out because I appreciate my health much more than money."
"They hang up on me after I said that I wanted to cancel my order. Despite my claim they took my money out of my account. It's absolute fraud!"
At present, MBoost can be purchased only from the official website of the product. The supplement can be only bought through a "free trial". As you may have guessed, it is not actually free and is very expensive - hundreds of dollars. It isn't available on Walmart, Amazon or GNC.
MBoost is not a trustworthy product for a number of reasons. First of all, it seems to be a scam and a lot of customers describe the company as fraud. The manufacturer has given no information about the ingredients of this Testosterone Booster and their possible side effects. It does not even explain where the product is manufactured. The company only claims that MBoost is able to "boost testosterone naturally" and to "increase sexual performance" but it doesn't give any evidence.
To my mind, MBoost is just another caffeine pill that can be dangerous for some people. So, if you are so desperate to boost your testosterone, avoid this product. Besides, it looks like it may have been taken off the market due to a big number of users' complaints. I do not recommend MBoost; you should look for another effective testosterone booster that will be produced by a more reputable company.
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