A product by Elite Health
Review Overview – What does Elite Testo do?
Elite Testo is a natural testosterone booster from the folks at Elite Health – and a lot of you have questions about it.
Sold mainly on Amazon, you’ve been in contact with us about this product over one issue – the ingredients.
A bunch of which you’ve never seen before – but we’ll get to that.
But first, what does Elite Testo actually do?
It claims to:
- Increase Muscle Mass
- Promote Energy
- Improve Recover
- Enhance Libido
- Raise Cognitive Ability
However, we’re not so convinced, and we’re pretty shocked by what we discovered reviewing this product.
Here’s what we found:
How are the servings?
Not the best.
With only 2 servings a day, there are not enough delivery times throughout the day to ensure effective testosterone boosting.
There are too bigger gaps from the last serving one day, to the first serving on the next day. During this time there’s a risk of your T-levels slipping back down to their baseline rate. It’s not the best strategy.
What you should be looking for:
The best T-Boosters on the market have around 3 – 4 serving a day, throughout the day. This ensures your body is given a constant supply of the nutrients it needs to consistently raise testosterone levels, and ensure progress.
P.S.: You can see which testosterone boosters do this the best in our Top 3 Testosterone Boosters in the link below:
What about the Ingredients?
It literally seems like Elite Health purposely made all the wrong choices here. There’s an extensive seemingly well-thought out list of ingredients that don’t work in Elite Testo – we’ve literally never seen anything like it.
See for yourself:
Firstly, the L-Argnine HCL & AKG are both a waste of anyone’s time…
A sorry start to any T-Booster is one that contains L-Arginine in any form because it doesn’t boost testosterone.
It’s actually used more in pre-workouts to help improve nitric oxide levels and help with overall pump but that doesn’t work either.
It’s not the L-Arginine that’s the problem, it’s how it’s delivered. It doesn’t have much affect when taken orally, and isn’t absorbed well at all. Especially at a dose this low, the L-Arginine in this product is completely redundant.
The Citrulline Malate does what the L-Arginine can’t, but it’s still not enough…
Again, this nutrient does not help with testosterone, levels but it does help with blood flow and pump – if it was in a much larger dose.
Citrulline Malate is only effective when taking orally in doses of 6 – 8g at a time – a hell of a lot more than what’s in here.
The Alpha-Lipoic Acid is unfortunately another non-testosterone booster…
ALA is involved in increasing energy levels and metabolism and in no way supports testosterone levels.
The only way it could have any effect is by it’s ability to sometimes help lower blood sugar levels. Although this effect is very unreliable.
And there is very little research on L-Histadine…
This is one of the amino acids formed after taking Beta-Alanine, a preworkout ingredient. It helps with cognition and may help as an anti oxidant.
Again, this does not help boost testosterone.
Also the Vanadyl Sufate & the L-Norvaline are massive stretches…
Again, these are nutrients that have unreliable effects on the glucose levels in the body. By lowering blood sugar levels you could technically lower insulin levels which could help testosterone levels rise, but this is all a huge stretch.
Yet another example of nutrients that do not increase testosterone levels.
Ingredients Bottom Line:
It almost seems as if Elite Health have deliberately chosen to include no actual testosterone boosting ingredients, and instead make a very poor pre-workout.
Rather than use any of the core T-Boosting nutrients such as Vitamin D3, D-Aspartic Acid, Zinc or Magnesium, they’ve decided instead to try and lower blood sugar levels in a bid to raise testosterone.
There’s a lot more you can do that just tamper with your glucose to raise T, this is unacceptable. They’re poor ingredients.
If you want to know what you should be looking for in a Testosterone Booster, we strongly suggest you check out our Top 10 Nutrients page for more information.
No side effects have been reported with Elite Testo.
ELITE TESTO Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion
Overall, this testosterone booster is unfortunately one of the worst we’ve seen, and there are several reasons for it:
- The servings – Only 2 a day, and they’re so close together, this leaves a massive window throughout the day and night for testosterone levels to fall back to their baseline
- No core T-Boosting nutrients – No Vitamin D3, no D-Aspartic Acid, no Zinc, no Magnesium no nothing. It’s a poor show.
- Ineffective Ingredients – This product focuses too much on lowering glucose, which is only a small step in raising testosterone levels, especially in younger guys as their body’s pretty good at controlling it already.
Altogether it’s an awful product, we’ve really struggled to find the good in Elite Testo, but like the product itself, we seem to have come up short.
We recommend you take a look at one of our top 3 in the link below: