The bodybuilding supplements industry is vicious. It feeds on misinformation spread across the youth via dumb trainers. Thousands of young dudes full of potential are conned into buying stacks of supplements that they don’t even require. An example of the most glaringly idiotic supplement is the ‘tribulus terrestris’ also known as testosterone and test boosters. What’s worse is that guys as young as 18 are popping these. Here, let me cut to the chase, T-Boosters DON’T work as they are advertised. Here’s what you need to understand.What’s Tribulus Terrestris?
Tribulus is an herb. It’s no chemical, nothing synthetic. It’s an herb native to warm temperate and tropical regions of the World, example- southern Europe, southern Asia, throughout Africa, and Australia. So, if you thought it was a synthetically manufactured supplement, it’s isn’t.Understand The Difference Between Rise In The Level Of Testosterones And Rise In Libido
The first thing that most guys who use T-Boosters come up with is that they get a morning wood more often. In short, they always have an erection in the morning upon waking up. This makes them think that their T levels are going up because of the pills they have been using. A rise in libido generally doesn’t mean that your testosterone levels are going up. The contents of tribulus make it an excellent aphrodisiac that tricks the user to believe that the t-levels are rising when in reality, they aren’t.No ‘Study On Humans’ Have Proved That Tribulus Helps The Body Synthesize More Testosterone Inside The Testicles
Most supplement companies front the ‘study claims’ that Tribulus helps produce more testosterone. But least known is the fact that most of these studies are carried out on rats and monkeys, not humans. Moreover, these primates are ‘injected’ with Tribulus, instead of oral dosage as we consume. However, a couple of studies on humans do suggest a little change in body composition and negligible changes in strength endurance but nothing concrete about ‘rise in T’.It’s The Amount Of ‘Protodioscin Extract’ In A Tribulus Supplement That ‘Might’ Just Help Raise T-Levels
Protodioscin is a steroidal saponin compound found in Tribulus. It’s the most potent component of the Tribulus, making it an active aphrodisiac. A study on humans with as much as 10% protodioscin has shown significant rise in T-Levels. Sadly though, majority of the Tribulus supplements available in the market don’t have enough of this extract and sell you short.It Might Help Your Libido But Don’t Mistake It For A Rise In T-Levels
Contrary to how it’s advertised to sell, it doesn’t do anything that it promises. Your libido might go up, some will notice facial hair growth, better attention span and a generally active lifestyle. But there’s no relation between actual T-level rise and supplementing with t boosters.Dietary Fat And Cholesterol Is The Only And The Best Testosterone Booster
Dietary fat and cholesterol are the only things a male’s body can manufacture testosterone from. There’s simply no other natural way. Decrease your carbs slowly and increase your fat intake, you will notice the difference yourself.
Beware! If you are below 30 and your fat consumption is on point, supplementing with testosterone boosters is simply stupidity.