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Test Reload Review 2019- Benefits & Side Effects-

What is Test Reload?

In the past, before technology and all the poor lifestyle and junk food that came with, a lot of the eating and living habits were good enough for men and women to enjoy excellent health even in their 80s. With time, however, a lot has changed. Men are no longer capable of maintaining as much energy as they did in their teenage years. Remaining physically fit and with enough endurance to last through weekly gym sessions is becoming impossible. The luxury of having a healthy erection whenever needed for optimal sexual performance has become even harder. And these are just but a few of the significant problems men face as they age.

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When all these issues are examined, they all point to one element, insufficient testosterone. Testosterone is the primary hormone that drives most of the men’s day to day activities. We enjoy the effectiveness of these hormones when we are teenagers, but as years go by, they reduce significantly causing the problems mentioned above. Due to our poor 21st century lifestyle, some men even experience these issues as early as in their 30s. Imagine being 35 or so and you already have excessive belly fat and are unable to form an erection! You will find men this young unable to go for more than 20 minutes of intensive workouts. This is due to the decline in t-levels and increases in the hormone Estrogen.

The good news is there are products that can turn back the clock. T-boosters are supplements used to increase one’s testosterone levels either by stimulating your body into manufacturing it or by supplying the hormone directly into your system. Most of the supplements that introduce the hormone into the system are provided using injections. These are however associated with major side effects, and that is why oral supplements are recommended. One of the hundreds of these oral supplements is Test Reload. Identifying a supplement and getting one that actually works are two different things. We, therefore, have to answer the crucial question of whether Test Reload is one of the useful testosterone supplements or its part of the massive list of ineffective products.

Test Reload is a dietary or testosterone supplement that is formulated to achieve the hormonal balance necessary for sufficient natural production of testosterone. By attaining hormonal balance, the product should, therefore, be able to influence the functioning of crucial glands such as pituitary glands to ensure that there is proper stimulation of organs that can achieve the balance claimed by this product. Test Reload is manufactured using purely natural ingredients. We all love natural ingredients because they are always safer than chemically engineered compounds.

Test Reload is designed and manufactured by Mike Chang. “Chang, the famous Six Pack shortcuts YouTube guy?” Yes, that Mike Chang. Mike Chang may be brilliant in giving people hacks on gaining six-packs and other fitness tricks but altering hormonal balances to increase amounts of testosterone in the body is much more complicated than that. In fact, one of the red flags we get about this product is the lack of supplement or nutrition background by the developer Mike Chang. Lack of experience in a particular field always points to the possibility of the manufacturers to fail in addressing specific details that bodybuilders face in their daily routines.

How Does Test Reload Work?

Inadequate Testosterone in the body is best addressed by helping the body to boost production of the natural hormone. This is the best and safest way of restoring T-levels and can be achieved by using natural ingredients.

Test Reload has used such ingredients in helping the male body to improve its functionality through a boost in testosterone. Before we even get into the individual components used, we come into our second red flag, a proprietary blend. Test Reload has been manufactured with some nutrients which we have no idea how they are dosed. This has become a common trend in the supplements industry, and it is one of the reasons why people stay away from most supplements. In a proprietary blend, a manufacturer could have supplied very little of a known useful compound and then claim that is beneficial. We all know that to enjoy the benefits of some compounds, there is a minimal dose required otherwise it is all pretty useless.

The nutrients used include:

  • Fenugreek

Fenugreek is a popular herb originating from India and Arabic countries that were traditionally used to treat libido problems. Over the years a few detailed studies showed that it could also assist in boosting the amount of free testosterone in the body. This is achieved by reducing the actions of Sex Hormone Binding Globulin. SHBG is a chemical that traps testosterone reducing the cumulative amount of usable testosterone in the body. There are some positive clinical trials on this herb, but it is hard to determine whether there is enough to provide its benefits given the lack of information on how much is in Test Reload.

  • D-Aspartic Acid

DAA is a trendy ingredient in testosterone supplements. The various clinical trials were done on this amino acid point at a promising outcome every bodybuilder would wish for. According to the research done, this acid helps to enhance the sensitivity of testosterone receptors in the brain. These help in stimulating the testes to make more testosterone.

DAA is useful in increasing testosterone, but studies point that its impact is never long-lasting. A testosterone boost achieved by D-Aspartic Acid can only last for 7-10 days. It is difficult when it comes to maintaining testosterone at a high level. To keep the testosterone high, most supplements usually include other chemicals.

  • Maca Root

Maca root has always been linked with lots of benefits such as increased testosterone, energy levels, mental focus, hormonal balance, sperm count, reducing soreness, etc. Limited research was done on this herb, however, show that there is no sufficient evidence to prove most of these benefits. Some of the studies did point out that Maca Root can help in boosting libido. It has in fact for centuries been used in promoting sex drive and maybe this is why some people thought it could influence the amount of testosterone in the body.

Majority of the benefits linked to Maca Root are therefore speculative, and hence we can’t conclusively determine how beneficial it is to this supplement.

  • White Bottom Mushroom

Extracts from these mushrooms are used to counter the effects of high levels of testosterone in the body. You see, when there is too much testosterone, your body converts it into estrogen reversing all the incredible feelings you were getting. This estrogen will then result in problems like belly fat and quick fatigue. The mushroom extracts are hence vital if you want to enjoy long-term benefits of high testosterone levels.

White bottom mushroom is an excellent addition, but it will only be useful if the product can actually increase your testosterone levels to the extent where your body is converting it into estrogen. If this is not happening then its consumption is rather useless.

  • Beta Alanine

Beta-alanine is an amino acid (non-essential) used in boosting energy levels and promoting one’s endurance. Every bodybuilder can use an extra 30 minutes, 1 hours or even more in their workout plans. Fatigue is usually the biggest barrier for this and hence compounds promising to increase stamina are always bound to be very popular. Unfortunately, Beta Alanine is a bit under-researched, and thus we can’t tell if it is beneficial at all.

Benefits of using Test Reload

From the ingredients used, it is hard to be convinced that all these results will be delivered by the supplement. There is, for instance, no one tested and proven nutrient that can improve muscle mass. Sexual performance is the only likely benefit that one may get from this supplement, and this may also be impossible if the ingredients are under-dosed.

Potential side effects of Test Reload

Test Reload is not linked with severe side effects. A few of the possible theoretical adverse effects connected to the above-used ingredients include:

  • Stomach upsets
  • Bloating
  • Acne
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Mood swings

From online reviews, a majority of the people have successfully used the supplement without experiencing any severe side effects. People allergic to stimulants are advised to stay away from the supplement.

Taking Test Reload

The directions on taking Test Reload are not adequately supplied. Some users choose four capsules once every day, but this can usually make the effects of the supplement wear off as the day goes by. To avoid the problem, other users may hence take two capsules twice per day. This supplement should be used in cycles of 12 weeks each. Users should take 4 weeks break after every cycle.

Where can I buy Test Reload?

Test Reload is available on various supplement stores online. Amazon and the Six Pack Shop offers the product at $67-$97 for a 30-day supply (120 capsules).

Verdict on Test Reload

There are very few positive things we can get out of this supplement. Ingredients like DAA and Fenugreek are useful but too bad we don’t know if there are enough dosages in the supplement. Another problem with Test Reload is its price. The supplement can cost you an excess of $97, yet its ingredients list and track record don’t seem to justify the price. With such issues, I think that I’d be more confident spending my $97 on other more proven supplements out there.

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