New Testosterone Booster

RT is new testosterone booster on the modern market which promises to increase testosterone levels, build lean muscle mass and boost sex drive. This dietary supplement is manufactured by Revolution Laboratories, a company located at 674 Via De La Valle in Solana Beach, California, the USA. The company makes other supplements. All of them ate meant for bodybuilding.

The product has its own official website which is not very informative, though. It container completely no information about possible side effects of the supplement. There is only a list of ingredients used in RT and a number of positive reviews which seem to be fake. The main ingredient in RT is whey protein. It also contains some an amino acids. The manufacturer claims to improve endurance and muscle recovery. There are too many claims for one product, aren't there? Let us find out whether this supplement is really so valuable and effective.

It is quite difficult to find the reputable information on RT as most websites do not contain the specifics of its properties. There is no full ingredient list on any of the websites, including the official one, but I managed to find basic information on major components of the product. The main ingredient in RT is probably Tribulus Terrestris Extract. It also contains Di-Indolylmethane that can reduce aging effects. Fenugreek Extract is also mentioned as a component in the product. It is said to boost testosterone and treat infertility, although there is no evidence that it can be beneficial to your libido or sexual performance. It is unknown whether these ingredients are properly combined in RT, as well as how much effective each one is. Let us have a closer look at active components of the product.

L-Citrulline is an amino acid that is known to convert to nitric oxide, the one which is said to improve blood flow and muscle functionality. It gets oxygen and nutrients to the muscles making during the exercise. However, these claims have not been scientifically proven. L-Citrulline does not influence testosterone levels, so it can be used as a vitamin by people who are looking to improve their circulation, nothing more. This compound will not enhance your athletic performance or grow muscles. It is not about ineffectiveness of the ingredient, it is just not designed for muscle gains.

L-Norvaline is known to prevent an enzyme from breaking down L-Arginine which should be theoretically beneficial for the muscles. There is no information that this ingredient can somehow influence athletic performance but it is sometimes associated with the tissue regeneration. Coenzyme Q-10 is said to increase energy levels, however, there are many reports of side effects caused by this substance. For example, some customers had sleep problems or decreased amount of enzymes in the liver. So, it is better to avoid overdosing with this compound.

Other RT ingredients include Folic Acid, Zinc, Vitamin B12, Epimedium Extract and 7-Keto (7-keto-DHEA Acetate). There is insufficient evidence proving that vitamin b12, folic acid, zinc, epimedium (horny goat weed), fenugreek, or 7-keto can be beneficial for your health. RT's manufacturer remains silent in these questions. There may be guarana which is responsible for energy boost and could trick some users into thinking they have higher testosterone levels.

L-Arginine converts into nitric oxide, which improves blood flow but it is not able to strengthen physical performance significantly. Acai Berry is used for taste mainly. Beta Alanine is an amino acid whose ability to help with losing weight is not backed with any research. Zinc is necessary for proper functioning of the whole body, however, its impact on testosterone levels hasn't been noticed. Creatine Citrate is responsible for absorption of nutrients in the body, but it can produce a bloating effect. Green Tea is a mild antioxidant.

It can be sometimes difficult to find reputable information about RT ingredients, that is why it is better to discuss its usage with your doctor. Any of these ingredients can cause serious side effects, especially when used in higher dosages. If you notice some unusual symptoms, immediately stop using the supplement and call your doctor. It can easily be concluded that RT ingredients are nothing more than nutrients for your body, they cannot bring really visible results. To see better effect you will need to put more effort on your own.

There is no information about possible side effects and adverse reactions of RT on the official website, however, we know about them from true users of the supplement. The majority of ingredients in the product are well tolerated by most users, but side effects do occur. The most common ones include digestive upset and nausea. Long-term use of epimedium (more than six months) can lead to vomiting, dizziness, dry mouth, nosebleed, and thirst. And in some cases, there is no recommendation dosages, as, for example, with 7-keto which can be unsafe if used for a long period of time. Some users report of experiencing bloating and gas, stomachache and diarrhea.

There are numerous negative customers' testimonials associated with the use of RT. You can also find many positive reviews but they seem to be fake. Like many other dietary supplements, RT is also marketed through an independent affiliate network. This network earns money from each sale they refer. For this goal, many fake reviews are created, but actually, this is just a marketing trap. I managed to find some legitimate customer reviews online. Let us have a look at some of them.

"Before I started taking RT, I was taking a GNC brand with similar ingredients but I suffered from a number of side effects. Unfortunately, I had the same luck with this supplement as well. I suffered from severe bloating in the evening. I decided to stop taking this stuff"

"I have been looking for a good nitric oxide booster for a while until I came across with RT. I have been taing it for two months already but can see no results. There is no difference in my shape or wellbeing. It is not worth your money"

"I am 52 and during the last several years I have been always tired. I thought it was because of my age but I didn't want to accept this fact. So, I decided to try RT. But before ordering the product I phoned the customer service for consultation. I did not hear any valuable information except for numerous requests to order the supplement. That seemed a bit strange to me"

RT can be bought from a number of retail stores. Amazon sells a bottle of 60 pills for $30, while GNC offers it for $32. Optimal Nutrition sells the product at the cost of $41, while Walmart and Lucky Vitamin offers it for $50. However, I would recommend you ordering it from the official website.

RT can hardly take care of your testosterone levels and physical performance because it has a number of disadvantages. The product can be used by males only because testosterone-boosting supplements can cause adverse side effects in women. There is no dosage information for each ingredient. The official website does not offer a complete list of ingredients. RT is available online only and trial offer is available in the USA only. In general, the product is not cheap but at the same time it doesn't prove to be very effective. To my mind, it cannot deliver the results you are looking for. You can have the same effect due to the healthy diet, proper lifestyle program and regular exercise. I cannot recommend this product because it will not give you satisfaction with your quality of life.