Tribulus Pro by Universal Nutrition is advertised to “support natural Test levels.” If you are looking for a supplement that helps to boost your body’s current level of testosterone, then you may think that sounds like a great product. However, there’s more to the story than what you may read at first glance.
Every marketing angle is generated to gain the maximum number of sales while not making promises that the product cannot deliver. That’s why what Tribulus Pro says is just as important as what it doesn’t say.
The full headline for this product is: May Promote LH Levels! Support Natural Test Levels!
It doesn’t say anything about boosting testosterone levels and the key word in all of that jargon is that it may promote LH levels. LH is a luteinizing hormone that stimulates the gonads and that can have a positive impact on testosterone levels in the body. Tribulus refers to Tribulus Terrestris, which has been noted to promote an increase in testosterone levels in the body.
Price Versus Function
A number of men who are trying to boost their energy levels and bulk up after their workouts don’t want to spend a lot of money to get results. That’s why price is such an important factor when it comes to choosing the right supplements. But they also don’t want to spend money on a product that doesn’t do much to help them out.
Tribulus Pro is, by comparison, one of the cheapest, if not the cheapest ‘testosterone booster’ on the market. We’re not talking by a little bit here, we’re talking by a mile. Most of the effective boosters will cost about $30 to $40 for a one month’s supply. Tribulus Pro costs just $10 for a two to three month supply!
Directions for Use
Tribulus Pro recommends that you take 1-2 capsules per day, preferably one in the morning and one at night. That’s it. If you were to take two per day, you’d end up with more than one and a half month’s supply.
The Key Ingredient
The main ingredient in Tribulus Pro is a proprietary Tribulus blend that includes Tribulus Terrestris extract. Other booster products on the market that contain Tribulus Terrestris contain a full third more (dosage) than this booster. In order to keep the cost down, it appears that Universal Nutrition decided not to add as much of this extract to its proprietary blend.
When you are exposed to a lot of testosterone boosters, you can get a sense about whether one will even be that effective just by how they’re marketed as well as the price. Most of the time when a ‘booster’ costs less than $20 for a one month supply, it’s actually a supplement to other testosterone boosters, not an actual booster itself. Tribulus Pro fails to deliver and the attempt to boost sales with a low price will only cater to men and women who either don’t have enough of a budget or are new to this entire line of potentially powerful supplements.
Rating: 7.3 out of 10