Below we will take an in-depth look at Iron Labs T19 Xtreme to find out if it could really help to support testosterone levels in men, and to decide whether it is safe to take.
Iron Labs T19 Xtreme is designed to increase your testosterone levels. With increased testosterone production, you are likely to feel more energetic when working out in the gym. You will be able to handle your workout sessions better, which in turn will improve muscle gain.
This supplement, which is designed to be used by men over 40, contains herbs, amino acids, and vitamins and minerals.
T19 Xtreme is manufactured by Iron Labs Nutrition, a sports supplement company, based in the UK. They were established in 2009, but then in 2013, the company became part of the Euro Nutrition Group and rebranded.
Testosterone boosters always come with a risk of side effects, as raising testosterone levels too much can cause mood swings, increased body hair, and a heightened sex drive.
Some of the individual ingredients found in this product may also cause side effects on occasion. Fenugreek may lower blood sugar levels and cause stomach issues, chest problems, nasal congestion, a sweet odour in the urine, and other issues.
Other miscellaneous side effects include headaches, flushing, swelling, dizziness, dehydration, increased body temperature, restlessness, and irritability.
Iron Labs T19 Xtreme costs £24.99 from Amazon, and one bottle will last for 40 days.
There is some evidence that D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) may increase endogenous production of growth hormones like testosterone. The effects are usually quite small, and may even vanish after some time, as your body gets used to the increased DAA intake. It is important to bear in mind that a prolonged use of T19 Xtreme may also lead to several side effects.
Fenugreek and zinc do not have enough scientific evidence to support their use as testosterone boosters. It may not work at all for most people, but even when it does, you will be at an increased risk of dealing with hormonal imbalance.
The vast majority of the ingredients, including the main ones, are highly underdosed, so even if the ingredients were likely to have any benefits then this product would be unlikely to do anything. Panax ginseng, fenugreek, curcumin, and 5-HTP are all present here at extremely low doses.
Due to all of this, we cannot possibly approve this supplement. We do not recommend Iron Labs T19 Xtreme to our readers.
Iron Labs T19 Xtreme provides you with D-aspartic acid, an amino acid found naturally in testes, in the hypothalamus, and in the pituitary glands. Supplement manufacturers claim that supplementing with DAA can increase levels in the body, which in turn stimulates the pituitary gland to produce free testosterone. Increased testosterone levels are associated with better sports performance, improved stamina, and better sexual health. The problem is that studies do not back all the claims associated with DAA supplementation.
Many animal studies have shown some promising results, but it is hard to replicate the same findings in human studies. Studies in humans have actually shown contradictory results. It appears that DAA may work differently for different people. These studies also show that DAA is only likely to work when you already have a low testosterone level. It means that if you are currently training and have normal testosterone levels, you are not going to see any change in your T-levels after DAA supplementation.
As well as this, even if DAA does something to increase testosterone, the effects are not going to last long. DAA enacts a reverse feedback mechanism as testosterone levels in the body begin to increase above a physiological range; the body naturally decreases the production of LH since more testosterone is not needed.
The directions on Amazon say to take 4 capsules daily, however the bottle says differently so you should follow those directions instead:
T19 Xtreme also contains B vitamins, but they are not going to make it any better. Most people who are on a balanced diet do not usually need to supplement with B vitamins.
It is thought that regular intake of fenugreek extract may boost testosterone levels, but again, there is insufficient scientific evidence to confirm the claims. Some studies have failed to notice any effect. Also, you only get 45mg of fenugreek extract in each serving of T19 Xtreme, which is equivalent to 180mg of fenugreek, whereas some studies show that even 500mg may fail to produce significant results.
There is some evidence suggesting that zinc may help boost testosterone levels to some extent, but that is only when you are already severely deficient in zinc. Keep in mind that taking zinc when you are not already deficient in it could lead to copper deficiency, which can cause serious complications.
T19 Xtreme is manufactured by Iron Labs Nutrition, a British supplement supplier that has been operating since 2009. The company can be contacted via the details supplied on their official website.
Iron Labs T19 Xtreme doesn’t make many claims at all. They say it contributes to normal testosterone levels in the blood, and provides benefits in and out of the gym.
There is insufficient scientific data to support the use of DAA as a testosterone booster. Preliminary research has produced encouraging results, but more research is required to see if DAA can really lead to a significant increase in testosterone levels.
Available studies have found that even if there is an increase in testosterone, the effects do not last for long. It means you will stop noticing any results after some time. Moreover, you may experience several side effects when using Iron Labs T19 Xtreme. Therefore, it is better to pay attention to your diet, exercise, and get plenty of sleep to raise your T-levels naturally.
Fenugreek and zinc are also supposed to work as testosterone boosters, but there is insufficient scientific evidence to support those claims. Most of the ingredients in this product are also very low, so it is unlikely to do much at all.
The ingredients used in Iron Labs T19 Xtreme are listed below. The ingredient quantities listed are correct for 3 capsules:
Testosterone boosters can cause mood swings, increased body hair, and a heightened sex drive.
Fenugreek may cause:
Other miscellaneous side effects include:
Do not exceed recommended dosage. Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women. If you are taking any medications, have an existing medical condition or are under medical supervision, consult a doctor before use. Discontinue use and contact a doctor immediately if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Using this supplement at the same time as other food supplements may result in excessive nutrient dosages.
There are 138 reviews on Amazon, the majority of which are positive. However, Iron Labs have been found to have many fake reviews of their products on Amazon so it is hard to know if they are genuine.
A really amazing product: it has most definitely improved my training regimen, and boosted my mood and stamina. Highly recommended! Will purchase again for sure.
The money-back guarantee offered by Iron Labs Nutrition is not detailed on their official website, and the only page discussing it gives the impression that customers have to “apply” to receive a refund. Customers are expected to justify the reasons why the product didn’t work and to satisfy the company’s requirements in order to get their money back.
You can buy it from Amazon UK for £24.99. The official Iron Labs website says that their official retailers are Buy Supps UK, however the link for this goes to a website that is no longer live.
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