TestoNuke is a new natural testosterone booster from Scotland, UK.
As soon as you visit the TestoNuke website you are hit with some bold claims, with promises of; ‘GET RIPPED FAST’, ‘BUILD LEAN MUSCLE’, ‘REDUCE BODY FAT’… etc. Can it live up to these claims? Does it have the right ingredients, in the right amounts? Let’s find out.
One of the first things we noticed is that it contains creatine, this is usually sold as a stand-alone supplement and isn’t found in testosterone boosters. The name and website suggest its a testosterone booster but it looks like more a creatine supplement to me.
You get 60 capsules in a bottle, you take 2 capsules per day.
1 capsule of Testo Nuke contains:
Vitamin D3 200IU
Vitamin B6 2mg
Vitamin B12 10mcg
Magnesium Aspartate 80mg
Propietary blend: Pure Creatine Ethyl Ester, 5-Methyl 7-Methoxy Isoflavone, Chrysin, Siberian Ginseng, Panax Ginseng, Rhodiola Leaf 700mg
It contains Vitamin D which is good, this is one of the more effective testosterone boosting ingredients, but 400IU per day is a tiny amount. Experts recommend supplementing 5000IU per day to see any noticeable difference.
Siberian and Panax Ginseng are the only other two testosterone boosting ingredients in that list. There is some information that suggest Ginseng increases testosterone levels but the studies have been inconclusive.
Chrysin is said to reduce estrogen levels (which can increase test levels) but again, this ingredient hasn’t been proven.
TestoNuke Pro’s and Con’s
- All natural formula
- Contains Vitamin D
- Small dosage – only contains 60 capsules in a bottle
- They only ship from the UK
- Not clear if its a test booster or creatine product
If you want a pure testosterone booster with proven ingredients, then this isn’t for you. However, if you are looking for a creatine supplement or all-in-one muscle builder then this may be worth a look.
If you live outside of the UK then you have to pay an expensive shipping charge and you’ll be in for a long wait.
Rating 2.5 out of 10 (as a natural testosterone booster)