• Ignite Nutrition Test Up - 210 Cap

Ignite Nutrition Test Up - 210 Cap

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TEST-UP TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER
When it comes to muscle building, anabolic hormones rule. We mean the natural anabolic hormones your body produces, such as Growth Hormone, Insulin, and the King of them all, Testosterone. No doubt about it, when the talk turns to increasing your own body’s production of anabolic muscle building power, nothing beats testosterone and for good reason! It’s well known that testosterone has a wide range of anabolic functions in the body, including key roles in promoting muscle growth, enhancing sex drive, and improving stamina. Not to mention, as we begin to age, our natural levels decline – who wants that?

HIGH-QUALITY, NATURAL TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER
The best test booster you can buy is Test-Up by Ignite Nutrition! Test-Up features the most comprehensive formula on the market, starting with D-Aspartic Acid at the clinical dose of 3.12 grams for optimal results. DAA is one of the most effective natural test boosters on the market with clinical research backing its effectiveness, with one study showing an increase in natural testosterone levels by 40% in just 12 days!
Test-Up also contains a huge 250 mg dose of PrimaVie® Purified Shilajit, a clinically studied, purified Shilajit from the Himalayas which is a sap-like substance that contains Dibenzo-A-Pyrones (DBPs), DBP-Chromoproteins (DCP), Fulvic Acid and more than 40 different minerals. Research has shown that PrimaVie increases free testosterone levels by 20.45%, nitric oxide production and training endurance.

From there, Test-Up contains 100 mg of Longjack Extract, a powerful compound that promotes hormonal balance by reducing levels of cortisol and supports a normal testosterone-to-cortisol ratio, which means levels of cortisol are right where they should be and there’s an increased anabolic environment in the body, so muscle growth can take place.

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THE DETAILS
The primary problem with testosterone is that levels begin to decrease before the average man is even in his late twenties. A good test booster helps restore testosterone back to youthful levels and blocks excess estrogen, which can increase along with testosterone. Test-Up is a superior formula with superior ingredients:

3,120 mg of D-Aspartic Acid

250 mg dose of PrimaVie® Purified Shilajit

200 mg of DIM, 3,3’-Diindolylmethane

100 mg of Longjack Extract

50 mg of Safed Musli Extract

THE MINERALS
Test-Up contains the minerals that support testosterone production, such as Zinc, Magnesium, Calcium and Boron, and we’ve included Safed Musli to promote sexual health as well as DIM to counter excess estrogen.

20 mg of Calcium. This is not typically the first nutrient you think of when you consider test boosting ingredients. However, recent research has shown a direct connection between calcium and testosterone.

20 mg of Zinc. Zinc is one of the most important minerals a hard training bodybuilder, athlete or fitness-minded individual can take – it’s involved in immune system health, protein metabolism and maintaining hormone balance which includes stimulating production of testosterone.

150 mg of Magnesium. This mineral, especially as part of a complex with Zinc, is popular for testosterone support, and has a similar effect on hormone balance.

3 mg of Boron. This is an important trace mineral that has been shown in research to support increased levels of total and free testosterone.

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References:
1.Biswas TK, Pandit S, Mondal S, Biswas SK, Jana U, Ghosh T, Tripathi PC, Debnath PK, Auddy RG, Auddy B. Clinical evaluation of spermatogenic activity of processed Shilajit in oligospermia. Andrologia. 2010 Feb;42(1):48-56.
2.Pandit S, Biswas S, Jana U, De RK, Mukhopadhyay SC, Biswas TK. Clinical evaluation of purified shilajit on testosterone levels in healthy volunteers. Research Unit, J. B. Roy State Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of West Bengal, Kolkata, India. Submitted for publication. 2014.