Below we take an in-depth look into Atomic Strength Nutrition Atomic_One Test Booster, to see whether this testosterone-booster offers the right combinations of ingredients for the right price.
Atomic Strength Nutrition Atomic_One Test Booster is a supplement that claims to boost testosterone and suppress oestrogen. Designed to be taken daily or as a pre-workout, this product requires that customers consume up to 6 capsules in one go in order to experience its benefits.
Like other testosterone boosters, this product could potentially cause a number of side effects (feel free to check the Side Effects tab for the full uncensored list). Potential side effects of products like these include mood swings, aggression, and a lowered sperm count. Specific ingredients found in the mix could also cause stomach aches, sweating, skin rashes, organ damage, insomnia, and more.
On the official Atomic Strength Nutrition website, a 180-capsule pack (containing a month’s supply) costs $49.99 plus an average of $4.99 in shipping. On Amazon, the same pack can be purchased for $47.49.
On the face of it, this product seems to be promising. It uses recognised ingredients (such as d-aspartic acid and DIM), with most additions seemingly chosen for their ability to synergistically to boost testosterone and suppress oestrogen.
However, problems come flying out of the gate. The manufacturers fail to disclose ingredient quantities (which makes it hard to estimate the product’s effectiveness), and the tiny numbers of customer reviews on Amazon remain decidedly mixed as to whether the product works. Like many other similar products on the market, this formula is also fairly expensive, comes with a number of side effects, and requires customers to take multiple capsules per day.
It must be said that the manufacturer makes purchases less risky by offering a comprehensive money-back guarantee, and it is our personal opinion that the product works based on the ingredients list. However, there are less problematic (and cheaper) options out there.
We do not recommend Atomic Strength Nutrition Atomic_One Test Booster to our readers.
Atomic_One Test Booster is a supplement that claims to raise the levels of testosterone in the body, helping customers to more easily build muscle and recover from exercise. It also contains a number of ingredients that aim to suppress oestrogen, which helps to reduce some of the harmful effects associated with testosterone-boosters in general.
This product is produced and sold by Atomic Strength Nutrition, a supplement manufacturer that mainly specialises in bodybuilding and workout aids. Atomic Strength Nutrition is set up in much the same way as most of their competitors, offering the usual line-up of BCAAs, pre-workouts, and protein supplements (with many arranged into helpful premade “stacks” for convenience). The company also relies on the services of athletic “affiliates” to promote the products online. Atomic Strength Nutrition can be contacted via the details supplied at the bottom of their official website.
The directions for use are as follows:
This product is intended to work as a straightforward testosterone-booster. Customers are instructed to take each dose as either a daily supplement or as a larger dose to be taken directly before a workout.
The manufacturers promise that the raised testosterone levels resulting from using this product will also lead to greater muscular growth, faster exercise recover, and increased libido. Other ingredients found in this product are also said to boost energy and deliver a more restful sleep.
Atomic_One Test Booster contains a useful quantity of D-Aspartic Acid, which is known to raise testosterone in the short term. It also contains a number of ingredients which can suppress or reduce the influence of oestrogen (such as DIM and indole-3 carbinol). There are also a few general libido boosters such as tribulus terrestris which could improve the situation in the bedroom, and a high quantity of zinc (which can boost the testosterone of those who are zinc-deficient). The rest of the ingredients are largely filler.
Overall, this product should raise testosterone broadly as advertised, which should then improve muscular performance, growth, and recovery.
The ingredients found in Atomic Strength Nutrition Atomic_One Test Booster are listed below. As usual with Atomic Strength Nutrition products, the manufacturer has failed to provide ingredient quantities, which can make it hard to estimate how effective the formula is overall. The quantities that are listed are correct for a 3-capsule serving.
Testosterone-boosters, in general, carry a high risk of side effects and this product is no exception. In general, raised testosterone levels can result in changes in temperament, aggression, and sex drives, and sustained high levels could cause a drop in sperm count. Some of the individual ingredients also come with risks.
D-Aspartic acid has been associated with stomach aches and sweating. Agmatine Sulfate could cause gastrointestinal disturbances, including diarrhoea, nausea, and vomiting. Indole-3-carbinol can cause skin rashes and small increases in liver enzymes. Anyone who has liver-related health issues should consult their doctor before taking any supplement containing Indole-3-carbinol, as very high doses can cause balance problems, tremors, and nausea.
Mucuna Pruriens can sometimes cause nausea, bloating, vomiting, and insomnia, and on rare occasions has caused more serious headaches, a pounding heartbeat, and symptoms of psychosis. Tribulus Terrestris can sometimes cause mild insomnia, and there are some concerns that it may be linked to prostate problems in men.
Prolensis is a relatively untested testosterone-booster, but what researchers have seen so far is extremely concerning. This ingredient is thought to cause liver and kidney damage, and appears to work in much the same way as illegal steroids. Cycling on and off is a must.
Most people do not commonly experience side effects with Vitamin D, unless too much is taken. However, as this product contains 250% of the recommended daily allowance, side effects are more possible than normal. Some side effects of taking too much vitamin D include weakness, fatigue, sleepiness, headache, loss of appetite, dry mouth, metallic taste, nausea, vomiting, and others. Although zinc supplements are normally safe, the high dosage used in this product may cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are taking any medications or are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase.
We were able to find a handful of reviews discussing Atomic_One Test Booster on Amazon, although the review-checking service at FakeSpot still estimates that around half of these are fake. When accounting for fake reviews, we are left with just 4 remaining. Opinion appears to be broadly split as to whether this product is useful.
Great product helps me get a good work out.
I have been taking this product for weeks now and have had no change in anything.
All purchases made on the official Atomic Strength Nutrition website are protected by a full 90-day money-back guarantee. Customers are able to return all opened packages if dissatisfied for a full refund (minus shipping costs).
Atomic Strength Nutrition Atomic_One Test Booster is available to purchase on the official Atomic Strength Nutrition website and Amazon.
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