Quick Take: Anabolic Testosterone System is a stack of 2 products that independently and expansively promotes anabolism and liver health and frankly, both of these products are pretty darn good just by themselves. Combined though, the total becomes more impressive. Let’s see how it works its magic and head down to the review.
- Manufactured by Beyond Raw, Anabolic System is technically a stack of two products (Infinite Test & Liver Guard)
- It’s a 2-part stack advertised to be a “Clinical Strength Testosterone Support Plus Patented Liver Support Formula”
- Infinite Test offers more than just testosterone support as it’s also capable of promoting anabolism
- Compared to most testosterone boosters, Liver Guard has a more comprehensive approach to liver protection
- Ingredients are generally given in high quality forms and dosages. However, it does have a couple of dosage and combination mishaps.
- Available to buy online and in retail stores including Amazon and GNC
Anabolic Testosterone System Ingredients
Before anything, do know that Beyond Raw designed Anabolic Testosterone System as a stack of two products. As such, you’ll also be seeing two sets of ingredients lists on here.
|Magnesium (as Magnesium Bisglycinate Chelate)||25 mg|
|Zinc (as Zinc Citrate)||5 mg|
|Tribulus Terrestris Extract (whole herb)||750 mg|
|KSM-66® Ashwagandha Root Extract (Withania somnifera)||600 mg|
|Testofen® Fenugreek Seed Extract||600 mg|
|PrimaVie® Shilajit Extract 500 mg||500 mg|
|Eurycoma longifolia Root||200 mg|
|resVida® trans-Resveratrol||30 mg|
|Boron (as Sodium Tetraborate Decahydrate)||10 mg|
|Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)||60 mg|
|Milk Thistle Seed Extract (Silybum marianum)(50% Silymarin = 650 mg)||1300 mg|
|Betaine (as BETAPOWER® Betain Anhydrous)||200 mg|
|Picrorhiza kurroa Root Extract (5% Apocynin = 10 mg)||200 mg|
|Setria® L-Glutathione||50 mg|
Anabolic Testosterone System’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
- Calcium – Research suggests that the increase in testosterone gained through exercise is even greater when coupled with calcium supplementation, making it “useful for increasing overall athletic performance.”
- Magnesium – This mineral is supposedly great for athletes because it increases “free” testosterone and decreases levels of oxidative stress. At just 25 mg though, it’s pretty much useless.
- Zinc – As a raw material used in testosterone synthesis, low Zinc pretty much means low test and while this Citrate form is great, 5 mg IS a low dose especially when it’s being paired with Calcium.
What’s the deal between Zinc and Calcium?
According to this research, Zinc absorption was significantly reduced by 50% when taken together with calcium supplements which resulted in lower zinc balance and an increase in the Zinc requirement of adult humans. Obviously, this spells bad news for Zinc.
While both Calcium and Zinc are great for testosterone, Zinc, as a raw material, is the more essential nutrient. Case in point, the 5 mg of Zinc supplied here in Anabolic Testosterone System is already low and it’s made even lower with the addition of Calcium.
- Sodium – At just 15 mg, the dosage here is less than 1% its RDA and this is actually good news considering most of us are already getting unhealthy amounts of sodium from our diets on a regular basis.
- Tribulus Terrestris – Popularly marketed as a powerful libido and testosterone booster but the truth is, it doesn’t do as much for test as it does for sex.
- Ashwagandha (KSM-66®) – This particular brand has shown to improve multiple parameters of sperm but more importantly, a 17% increase in testosterone. Furthermore, Ashwagandha is capable of reducing levels of cortisol while also bolstering muscle strength.
- Fenugreek (Testofen®) – This herb is primarily great for muscle strengthening and increasing libido but because it lowers levels of estrogen and DHT, it’s also pretty good for “free” testosterone.
- Shilajit (PrimaVie®) – Although research is currently limited, what it has now looks very, very promising for male health and it shows a strong potential to positively influence testosterone, sperm, and energy.
- Resveratrol (resVida®) – This is a compound found in grapes and as a testosterone booster, its effects seem to be conflicting. It’s a phytoestrogen that according to some, blocks estrogen from binding to its receptors while some say it displays an even greater effect than that of estriadol.
- Eurycoma longifolia – Otherwise known as Tongkat Ali, this herb has a reputation for being a great natural sex supplement. For hormones, research shows TA lowering cortisol by 16% while also increasing testosterone by 37% which theoretically also makes it great for bodybuilding.
If Fenugreek lowers levels of DHT, Boron brings it back up. This is especially important to young men because although DHT has a bad rap as the hormone responsible for balding and enlarged prostate issues in older men who’re genetically predisposed, it’s actually a more potent androgen than testosterone everywhere else except skeletal muscle.
Moreover, it also increases levels of testosterone while reducing T-killers such as SHBG and estriadol. You probably get the point but just for the sake of it, Boron is overall one of the manliest minerals out there.
- Vitamin C – As an antioxidant, this vitamin helps cleanse the body from damaging free radicals.
- Milk Thistle – Standardized for 50% Silymarin, this is a potent antioxidant that not only helps protect the liver from toxins, it may also help the liver repair itself by growing new cells.
- N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine – Derived from the amino acid L-cysteine, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine or simply NAC is another antixodant that protects the liver. Furthermore, it goes well with Glutathione (another ingredient found in Anabolic Testosterone Matrix).
- Betaine (BETAPOWDER®) – This seems healthy for the liver with multiple researches showing decreased levels of liver fat. Also, there’s this theory going around that it may be able to influence exercise performance but it’s more hearsay than truth as of the moment.
Picrorhiza kurroa – Standardized for 5% Apocynin, this herb is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a liver tonic and although research on it isn’t quite extensive yet, what it currently has holds promise comparable to, or even more than that of Silymarin.
- L-Glutathione (Setria®) – Playing a key role in liver detoxification, low levels of glutathione have been linked to various liver diseases.
Anabolic Testosterone System Directions
Because Anabolic Testosterone System is a stack of two products, each product also comes with its own instructions:
- For Infinite Test
- Take four tablets daily
- For Liver Guard
- Take three capsules daily
Let’s start with Anabolic Testosterone System’s Infinite Test. Obviously, this part of the stack is where the testosterone boosts are supposed to be and looking at the ingredients inside of it, it does look like it’s on the right track. However, Zinc and Magnesium could use a lot more dosage and combining Zinc with Calcium wasn’t a very bright idea as well.
Regardless, the rest of the formula looks legit good. To me, this combination of ingredients is geared towards improving the performance and muscles of athletes. In particular, I see Infinite Test synergistically lowering levels of cortisol and estrogen while also boosting “free” testosterone and muscle strength. These effects create an anabolic internal environment suitable for muscle growth. Also, Infinite Test has herbs that boost libido which then further exacerbates the increased sex drive that comes with boosted testosterone.
Let’s move on to the second stack under Anabolic Testosterone System – Liver Guard. From my observation, most testosterone supplements only use Milk Thistle or Silymarin to help protect the liver. Anabolic Testosterone System takes it a number of steps higher by stacking 6 potent antioxidants that all show significant promise as natural supplements for liver health. There’s really nothing more to say here so, uhh, good job, Beyond Raw!
In conclusion, Anabolic Testosterone System looks like a well thought out stack and although I wouldn’t quite put it in the same league as the elites of the industry in terms of raw testosterone boosting power, it’s right up there with the better ones.
Does it Work?
It does. Well, at least according to my analysis. It helps create an anabolic metabolism by reducing catabolic hormone (cortisol and estrogen) while also increasing levels of bioavailable testosterone that’s ready to bind to androgen receptors in the muscles. Along with the boosts in muscle strength, a presumably healthier liver, and a healthy lifestyle, Anabolic Testosterone System is ready to take your physique to the next level.
That said, I think it works best for young men who’re looking at testosterone boosters to help them get in Alpha shape.
- Anabolic – What more can I say except that its design lives up to its name. It’s smart, it’s synergistic, and it’s damn well anabolic.
- Liver protection – There aren’t a lot of testosterone products that offer liver protection but among most those that do, Anabolic Testosterone System, or Liver Guard to be more precise, takes it a few notches higher.
- Safe – There aren’t any customer reviews on both Amazon and GNC to countercheck this as of the moment but the ingredients here don’t seem to pose any major side effects.
- Quality and Quantity – Generally, the ingredients here are given in top-shelf forms and solid dosages
- Dosage derps – Specifically on Zinc and Magnesium
- Bad combination – Zinc and Calcium don’t go well with each other
- Expensive – Priced at $119.99 on both Amazon and GNC, this stack comes with a stiff price tag. You are getting two products though, so…
The Bottom Line
Honestly, I’m impressed with what Beyond Raw has come up with. By itself, Infinite Test would’ve still garnered a decent rating from me because despite not being the most powerful testosterone booster, it does enough to help improve a man’s physique, athletic performance, and sex drive. To most young men, that’s really all that matters. Factoring in the extensive liver protection it offers with Liver Guard, Anabolic Testosterone System has made itself into one hell of a stack.