Quick Take: In my time writing reviews for numerous testosterone supplements, I’ve encountered quite a few that just don’t work and AndroSense T-Correct is one of them. Actually, it’s probably even worse. It has potent antioxidants that, well, are not T boosters and some of them might even drop testosterone. To be fair, antioxidants are healthy. The question is though, are the benefits worth the hormonal imbalance? Read the review and find out for yourself.
- A product of Natural Factors, AndroSense T-Correct is labeled as a product that “supports normal testosterone and estrogen balance”
- According to their marketing, it’s “designed to support natural hormonal metabolism in men already within the normal range”
- Has a number of potent ingredients that don’t boost T. Great antioxidants though.
- The potency might be a bad thing as a few herbs here might actually decrease testosterone
- For estrogen, AndroSense T-Correct uses I3C and DIM
- It’s not available on both Amazon and GNC. If you did want to buy it, it’s on iHerb for $20.97
AndroSense T-Correct Ingredients
|Sunphenon® Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) extract (decaffeinated) (leaf)||100 mg|
|Polyphenols (90%)||90 mg|
|Catechins (80%)||80 mg|
|Turmeric (Curcuma longa) extract (root)||50 mg|
|Curcuminoids (95%)||47.5 mg|
|Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) extract (seed)||50 mg|
|Total flavonoids (80%)||40 mg|
|Di-Indolylmethane (DIM)||50 mg|
|Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) extract (leaf)||25 mg|
|Carnosic acid (6%)||1.5 mg|
|Lycopene (tomato extract)||5 mg|
|Sulforaphane (from BroccoPhane® broccoli sprout powder)||200 mcg|
AndroSense T-Correct’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Calcium-D-Glucarate – According to an article on PubMed, this calcium salt has many potential clinical applications which include estrogen blocking and fat-burning. Cool, however, it has also shown tendencies to lower testosterone.
Indole-3-Carbinol – This compound converts to DIM (another ingredient found in AndroSense T-Correct). It’s useless before its transformation though so I’m wondering why this is even here.
Sunphenon® – This, according to the brand itself, is an award-winning line of standardized green tea which contains high amounts of polyphenols. More specifically, catechins. These compounds are responsible for green tea’s promising antioxidant benefits.
Turmeric – Standardized for 95% circuminoids – a compound which, according to research, has both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. This makes it a common ingredient used in joint and nootropic supplements.
Milk Thistle – With a total of 80% Flavonoids, AndroSense T-Correct provides potent liver protection. Moreover, the primary flavonoid in Milk Thistle known as Silymarin, is also an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory.
Di-Indolylmethane (DIM) – As I’ve said, I3C converts to DIM. What this does is, theoretically, lower levels of estrogen and increase “free” testosterone by inhibiting the aromatase enzyme. These effects have been documented more in women though.
Rosemary – According to this research, compounds found in Rosemary “are excellent antioxidants in both aqueous and lipid systems”. Cool. However, another research also says that ingestion of this plant “is attributed to a significant decrease in testosterone”. Obviously, this is counterproductive.
Lycopene – This bright red pigment found in tomatoes has been popular for quite some time now due to its antioxidant benefits. In terms of testosterone, however, it might (again) be counterproductive with research showing rats provided with lycopene had approximately 40-50% lower serum testosterone.
Sulforaphane – Mostly found in broccoli, AndroSense T-Correct supplies this potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory from branded BroccoPhane®
AndroSense T-Correct Directions
Each serving of AndroSense T-Correct consists of 2 capsules. As instructed by Natural Factors, we are to take 1-2 capsules twice per day for a total of 2-4 capsules daily.
Let me go back to the title. Is AndroSense T-Correct even a testosterone booster? Because honestly, I’m not seeing it. What I see though is a supplement that may help fight off the side effects of stress and inflammation.
Case in point, AndroSense T-Correct uses A LOT of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory herbs – and potent ones at that. Admittedly, oxidative stress does dampen a lot of our manly characteristics including muscle mass, fat metabolism, cognition, and of course, testosterone. By limiting this stress through powerful antioxidants, AndroSense T-Correct might still indirectly support a healthy balance of testosterone but honestly, I wouldn’t count on it and I have 3 main reasons why:
The first has estrogen-blocking and fat-burning capacities while the other 2 are antioxidants, potentially making them great for bodybuilding. However, according to the research that surrounds them, they might also be counterproductive to testosterone and with virtually non-existent T boosts from the entire stack, things aren’t looking good for AndroSense T-Correct.
Does it Work?
AndroSense T-Correct is advertised on its label as a product that “supports normal testosterone and estrogen balance”. In that sense, NO, AndroSense T-Correct doesn’t work.
At best, it doesn’t like it’ll boost testosterone to any degree. At worst, it might even decrease T. On a lighter note, it might be capable of reducing estrogen levels with DIM but again, with non-existent T boosts and a possible negative effect on testosterone, I don’t see any semblance of a proper hormonal equilibrium.
- Non-proprietary – If anything, at least AndroSense T-Correct discloses all of its ingredients’ dosages
- Potency – I see a few branded ingredients here and those that aren’t are still pretty darn potent
- Stress-relief – AndroSense T Correct’s heavy reliance on antioxidants should at least help cleanse your body from harmful free radicals
- Safe – There actually isn’t a large pool of customer reviews to verify this but from my angle, this all natural formula shouldn’t give you any life-threatening side effects.
- Ineffective – At least for testosterone, it just doesn’t work.
- Counterproductive? – Aside from not boosting T, some ingredients might actually be detrimental
The Bottom Line
If you’re looking for a supplement to help you balance out your testosterone and estrogen, AndroSense T-Correct is not the product you’re looking for. It doesn’t do sh*t for T and it could possibly even pull it down. If you don’t care about your hormonal equilibrium and just looking for antioxidants though, well, AndroSense T-Correct still might not be your best choice. In essence, just consider other options regardless of what it is you’re after because from my point of view, AndroSense T Correct brings more harm than help.