There’s a whole new generation of men who are on testosterone supplements and don’t want to mess with their natural testosterone levels, even though it’s proven to be effective in boosting both their lean muscle mass and fat burning.
A new study published in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, however, shows that even if you’re taking the supplement, it’s still possible to increase testosterone without going crazy.
“Even though it has the potential to cause side effects, a small number of testosterone boosters actually have been shown to be more effective than placebo in lowering testosterone levels,” the researchers wrote.
The researchers found that a combination of testosterone gel and testosterone enanthate (an ingredient used in some of the supplements) was able to increase the amount of testosterone that was in the bloodstream.
The combination also made a significant difference in both men’s lean muscle strength and fat loss, according to the study.
What the study shows is that even though you’re not necessarily trying to boost testosterone, the combination of supplements could still help boost your testosterone levels.
There’s a reason why you can see a difference in your testosterone in just a few days from taking a supplement to a high-dose testosterone dose.
That’s because a testosterone booster can actually decrease the level of your body’s natural testosterone production, according the researchers.
As a result, testosterone boosters like the ones shown in the study could actually be a good alternative to prescription testosterone, if you have a low testosterone level and want to boost it without going to the gym or taking prescription medication.
If you’re still not convinced, take a look at the study, which found that testosterone boosters could boost testosterone by a whopping 32% over a three-month period.
That’s a big difference compared to the average man who doesn’t take supplements and is taking testosterone for a number of reasons.
For one, a testosterone boost from testosterone boosters may not be as effective as anabolic steroids, which can be very effective in increasing muscle mass, but testosterone boosters aren’t designed to be anabolic.
For that reason, it is important to stick with a supplement like the one shown in this study.