Low testosterone is a problem many men may face in their lives, affecting their mood, energy, sex life and ability to build muscle. But with testosterone supplements, men can improve their overall well-being by promoting their body’s natural build-up of the vital male hormone. Nugenix is one supplement that can help your body generate sufficient levels of testosterone so that you can have the energy and drive to make it through the day. Made up of essential vitamins, minerals and herbal extracts, Nugenix is all natural and tremendously effective in nourishing the body so that it can produce testosterone naturally without risky medications. The supplements main and most essential ingredient is Testofen which is made up of 50% Fenuside, derived from the Fenugreek plant.

GNC has made this supplement exclusively for their stores and online store too. Each bottle of Nugenix contains 90 capsules, which costs around $75 per bottle for a 30-day supply. While this may seem like a lot of money to some, GNC promises results. If you are not satisfied with the product, they will take it back, even if one has used the entire 30-day supply. If you do not want to purchase to try the supplement out, GNC offers a 14-day free trial sample bottle, however, you will need to cover the cost of shipping. After the end of the trail, there is an automatic shipment program that you will need to cancel if you don’t want to be charged further.

Unfortunately, there have been no clinical studies surrounding Nugenix, and therefore there has been no established time period for effectiveness. From the men who have tried Nugenix, many consumers found the results to be minimal, especially in consideration of the price. Side effects of Nugenix are typical of most supplements and include headache, blood pressure changes and rapid heartbeat, particularly if taken in excess.

If you are currently taking medication for low testosterone, do not take Nugenix until you have spoken to a doctor. Stopping medication could lead to low testosterone levels and withdrawal symptoms. Medications must be stopped gradually. But even if you are not taking testosterone medications, you should still consult a doctor. To establish effectiveness, you may need to take a blood test to monitor your hormone levels.

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