Quick Take: For what seems like years now, these supplements have been two of the most well known testosterone boosters in the market. To me, this comes as no surprise as both of them also have quite the impressive formulas. However, they’re built quite differently. Consequently, they’re better for different demographics, too. Read the review and see what suits you better.
- “Testosterone triple action”. That’s what it says on Testogen’s label and I honestly don’t know what that means.
- Uses a lot of the best testosterone boosting vitamins and minerals, including ZMA, boron, vitamin D, vitamin B6, and vitamin K
- Also has a solid 2352 mg dosage of the all powerful DAA
- Generally supplies its ingredients in their top-notch forms
- Weak dosages for nettle, ginseng, and fenugreek
- Click here to read my full Testogen review
- Advertised on its label as an “anabolic support complex”
- Supplies 2300 mg of D Aspartic Acid
- Has ZMA, vitamin D, and vitamin K as T supporting nutrients
- Ingredient dosages are generally adequate to be effective, if not solid
- Uses an advanced stacking strategy that makes up for it’s supposedly ‘basic’ looking formula
- Click here to read my full TestoFuel review
Testogen VS TestoFuel: My Analysis
Solely when it comes to their ingredients, Testogen and Testofuel are largely similar. As a matter of fact, Testogen has 8 of Testofuel’s 9 ingredients.
If that’s all customers look at, anyone would think that these supplements are, for the most part, the same. Thus, either one would be a good substitute for the other. But you know what? To me, that really isn’t the case at all.
Despite sharing a lot of the same ingredients, Testogen and Testofuel are designed quite differently. Therefore, they’re best taken by different people and for different purposes, too. Let’s take a closer look.
Testogen has effective T boosting vitamins, minerals, and DAA but fails miserably in dosing its herbs
Except for a couple of oddballs (vitamin K, panax ginseng), Testogen supplies its ingredients in potent, top-shelf forms. This means they’re more bioavailable and therefore easier to absorb and likely takes less time to be effective, too. Moreover, it also has Bioperine® which further enhances the already impressive bioavailability of the entire formula.
In terms of quality, I have nothing but high regards for Testogen.
As a testosterone booster, Testogen uses, in my opinion, the best T boosting vitamins and minerals in the world. Namely:
However, it could’ve been more diverse (and powerful) had it not messed up the dosages of its ingredients. In particular, Testogen could have also added a layer of sports nutrition and libido enhancement had it given its fenugreek, nettle, and ginseng significantly more milligrams.
Testofuel has a more standard looking formula but its stacking strategy is nearly unmatched
As already stated, 8 of Testo fuel’s 9 ingredients can also be found in Testogen’s formula. These include all the vitamins and minerals (except for Boron), DAA, and the herbs that Testogen neglected. Furthermore, Testofuel provides virtually all of these ingredients with forms and dosages that are enough for them to be effective.
The catch, however, is that while they’re good enough to work, the forms and dosages of these ingredients pale in comparison to Testogen’s.
That being said, Testofuel has an advanced stacks-within-stacks strategy that, in my opinion, more than makes up for its ingredients’ largely unremarkable qualities and quantities.
Basically, Testofuel has two mini-stacks hidden in its stack of ingredients. One of them is oyster – the richest natural source of zinc that also carries other manly nutrients such as vitamin B6, 12 and magnesium. This alone boosts several dosages. Furthermore, Testofuel also has ZMA which is great for anabolic recovery and muscle growth.
Overall, Testofuel is a supplement that, despite its ‘basic’ or ‘standard’ appearance, uses its discreetly smart design to powerfully promote testosterone production, increase sex drive, and support robust anabolism to build muscle and burn fat.
Testogen VS TestoFuel Summary
- Apart from a few ingredients, forms and dosages are generally on point
- Test boosting power essentially comes from its vitamins, minerals, and DAA
- Could have had a deeper, more effective formula had it not been for weak herbal dosages
- You can buy Testogen in 3 different packages:
- 1 bottle – $59.99 with free shipping
- 2 bottles + 1 free – $119.99 with free shipping
- 3 bottles + 2 free + free eBook – $179.99 with free shipping
- Forms and dosages are okay but not exactly great
- Literally everything on here can boost testosterone
- Uses a sophisticated stacking strategy that enables to powerfully boost T, libido, and anabolism
- You can buy TestoFuel in 3 different packages:
- 1 box – $65.00
- 2 boxes – $130.00 with free delivery (USA and UK)
- 3 boxes + 1 free + 2 eBooks – $195.00 with free delivery (worldwide)
Conclusion: Which is Better?
Like I said earlier, both Testogen and Testofuel are among the most popular products of their kind and justifiably so. However, in my honest opinion, Testofuel has the overall edge on Testogen albeit slightly.
Thanks in large part to its incredibly strategic stacking, I think Testofuel has power that rivals even the best testosterone boosters in the market, not to mention that it’s also extremely effective at promoting higher libido and, perhaps more importantly, robust anabolism. However, because of the basic quality of its ingredients, younger and healthier men may see better results with this product.
On the contrary, Testogen isn’t that far behind when it comes to boosting testosterone. In fact, its T boosting prowess might even equal that of Testofuel thanks to the potent qualities of its ingredients despite not offering as much support for other areas of male health. That being said, I think Testogen is the better choice for older men (i.e. 30 years old and above) who are already experiencing the negative effects of age-related decline in testosterone.