FEATURING THE E-RASER MATRIX™
Testdex uses a unique combination of natural, cutting-edge ingredients to boost testosterone while at the same time lowering estrogen.
TONGKAT ALI – speeds up the rate that “free” testosterone is unlocked from sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), balances estrogen, and improves fertility.
HESPERDIN – this citrus flavonoid inhibits the aromatase enzyme, blocking the conversion of testosterone to estrogen.
TRANS-RESVERATROL – this phenol from grape skin acts as an estrogen antagonist and also stimulates the pituitary hormones responsible for testosterone production.
APIGENIN – this plant flavonoid, found in fruits and vegetables, has been shown to be an effective anti-estrogen.
When do I take Testdex™?
Take 1 capsule, once per day, preferably at the same time every day.
Can I take Testdex with food?
What is the difference between Testdex and ALPHA?
Testdex and ALPHA work on different pathways. The two can be stacked for exceptional results.
Besides Testdex, what other supplements should I be taking?
GP3 EVO and ALPHA make great additions. If your main goal is to lose body fat, we suggest stacking Testdex with F-10.
What kind of results will I get with Testdex?
Every individual is different, but you should start feeling changes within 7 days of starting Testdex.
What kind of diet and training regime should I follow to maximize the effectiveness of Testdex?
Have a look at our blog (see the tab above). We have training routines and sample meal plans for all goals.
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