Alpha Fuel XT comes from a company called Science Alpha but with no official website or any background information whatsoever, the whole set up looks a little suspect. In addition some minor looking websites are promoting a free trial offer which is a matter for concern because this type of ploy is always a sign of a scam.
Alpha Fuel XT is marketed as a testosterone booster and while some of this supplement’s ingredients look reasonably good, the quantities seem too low to be effective. However we have concerns about the unknown company behind this supplement. There is no official website or any background information and the fact that Alpha Fuel XT is being offered for sale from some dodgy-looking websites offering a free trial offer is a major concern because this is undoubtedly a scam. However, it is available via Amazon so this is probably the best option if you wish to buy.
Side effects are not a major concern for most users. However potential adverse reactions may include vomiting, nausea, diarrhoea, bloating, changes to blood sugar levels, increase in urination, changes to blood pressure and the worsening of existing prostate conditions.
Alpha Fuel XT is expensive and if you get suckered into a free trial offer from a scam site it could run into hundreds. Many people fall for this in belief they are getting a freebie but end up locked in a regular auto ship order they are unable to cancel. You can also buy Alpha Fuel XT via Amazon. One bottle of 60 capsules (1 month’s supply) costs $45.75.
Alpha Fuel XT does not look too bad as a supplement. Although the ingredient quantities are low, some people may notice some small benefit from using and although there are potential side effects, as with most herbal supplements, these do not seem to be an issue with customers.
However we have serious concerns about the quality of the company behind it. There is no website or any background information whatsoever and the fact that Alpha Fuel XT is marketed by some dodgy-looking websites offering you a free trial indicates that it all may be nothing than a scam. Even the website address on the bottle does not exist. Of course you could just buy it from Amazon but in our opinion, this supplement just does not merit the high price especially as it could be a scam elsewhere.
As we age, testosterone levels decrease naturally. This is probably just as well because strutting around like a horny teenager with only one thing on your mind is just tiresome for everyone and not going to help you in adult life.
However testosterone is a rough indicator of health for men so it is important to maintain levels of this manly hormone throughout your life so that you can function as well as possible. Body builders and athletes also look for extra high testosterone levels in order to improve exercise performance and strength. Testosterone levels can be affected by many issues but are usually a rough indicator of strength vitality and energy levels in men.
Alpha Fuel XT is a testosterone-boosting supplement that proposes an easy way to boost testosterone levels.
The supplement contains a blend of herbal ingredients which are all touted for their testosterone boosting capabilities. These include oat straw extract, long jack root extract (Eurycoma Longifolia) well-known for its touted testosterone boosting effects. It contains Mucuna Purians also known as Velvet bean and Tribulus Terrestis an extract derived from a Mediterranean fruit.
Other ingredients include nettle root, DIM (diindolmethane) a natural substance found in some green veg and a natural antioxidant and Ashwaganda – a traditional Indian medicinal herb that is considered an adaptogen. An adaptogen is a natural herbal ingredient that causes increased feelings of well-being and health.
Alpha Fuel XT also contains zinc and magnesium (ZMA) a mineral combination that may help increase testosterone.
Take 2 capsules daily with a meal.
Overall, the ingredients formula looks OK and with some of the more popular T boosting ingredients on the market, it looks pretty much the same as many other products on the market. However Ingredient quantities seem fairly low so if you are expecting this supplement to transform your life or improve your exercise performance you will probably be disappointed.
More worryingly, there is very little background information to Science Alpha, the company marked on the product label. We ran some searches and came up with zero information. There is a website address provided on the ingredients bottle, which is not the most confidence inspiring in the world but in any case, if this company or website ever existed, it is unavailable now.
Despite this, Alpha Fuel XT is advertised for sale via some pretty dodgy little websites. Some offer you a link to a free trial offer. As usual there is nothing free about a free trial. It is a scam and solely to get you to provide your bank details so that you can be sent fresh products every month and billed accordingly without being able to cancel.
Alpha Fuel XT is also on sale via Amazon which seems like the safer option. That said there is nothing particularly safe about this supplement. There are no details about the place of manufacture or whether it conforms to GMP (good manufacturing practice). The country of origin is not specified either and although the ingredients list looks pretty harmless, there is no real way of knowing whether the list is accurate or if this supplement is safe.
Judging by the Amazon advert, there are zero claims made about this supplement or how it will help you.
Instead the product information just bangs on about testosterone in a general way, citing some dodgy looking quotes without explaining how Alpha Fuel XT will actually work.
Here’s what the advertising says about testosterone:
The British Medical Journal published a study that found men who had at least 2 orgasms a week increased testosterone and cut the risk of dying by half.
We looked into this one and amazingly statistics do seem to indicate this may be true because sex lowers the risk of heart disease. The answer to low testosterone is also provided here; having sex increases testosterone. Not this supplement you will notice.
Here is another quote:
A Wayne University study shows confidence gets the girl. Women will naturally be more attracted to you and the sexual chemistry becomes almost overwhelming.
We searched but there is no real evidence it is true. We had a chat around the office about this one and found that personal hygiene and a good sense of humour scored high with most women.
Harvard Medical School study shows testosterone increases muscle size and strength, reduces body fat and increases energy. Fatigue dropped 283%. Testosterone is also proven to boost your metabolic rate. You’ll be surprised and delighted to see how much easier it is to increase your lean body mass and lose all your unwanted body fat and keep it off.
Fatigue dropped by 283%! How can this even be proven?
Unsurprisingly there is no proof that much of this is even true. These statements are not explained and more importantly there is no clinical evidence that this supplement will help you “get the girl”, increase energy by 283% or help you lose all your unwanted body fat.
We feel the statements have possibly been invented or at least taken out of context. And, of course, it does not explain or prove that Alpha Fuel XT is any good either.
Unlikely. You will probably do better by getting more active and eating more healthily and so increase your testosterone levels that way. That said some of the ingredients in this supplement do have some clinical proof they may increase T levels but as quantities seem to be fairly low nothing it is unlikely that this supplement will have much effect.
In our opinion this supplement is not going to be effective for body builders looking to increase strength and muscle mass. It is unlikely to help you boost a flagging libido.
Unsurprisingly there is little in the way of ingredients information because precise quantities are masked by the fact that they are all lumped together in a proprietary blend.
The serving size is equal to two capsules.
Proprietary Blend (655 mg)
There may be side effects. This supplement contains a lot of herbal ingredients and these may affect some individuals even if ingredient quantities are not high.
Potential side effects may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if pregnant, trying to conceive or breast-feeding. Speak to a trained health professional first if you are taking prescription medication or have an underlying medical condition.
There are customer reviews for Alpha Fuel XT. The good news is that reviewers have not experienced side effects. The bad news is that many people have experienced no effects at all.
This product is a joke, not healthy or helpful in any way! Didn’t affect my normal workouts, didn’t increase stamina, didn’t add to energy level, sex drive, etc.Just spent money, needlessly.
Does not work for me. Still feel tired all day long. No change at all in my energy level.
Did not notice a difference.
A+++ transaction! Don’t double up on the dosage. If you do, your personality may change to aggressive behaviour.
I’ve had really good luck with the product. I used it for 30 days (1 bottle) then waited 30 days before my 2nd bottle. I’m just about done with this one. I’ve lost the 10 pounds I was hoping for.
An excellent and reliable boost.
There is no money-back guarantee with this supplement.
The best place to buy Alpha Fuel XT is from Amazon.
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