BPI Sports A-HD Elite Review
A-HD Elite is a natural t-boosting supplement sold in the uk… made by BPI Sports, it promises to help support healthy testosterone levels plus at the same time help to control oestrogen and its detrimental effects..
Its formulated with a rather unusual set of ingredients, and with this in mind we have stripped this supplement right back to see just how good (or bad) it could be
The Formula In A-HD Elite
Each serving of A-HD Elite contains an undisclosed proprietary blend totalling 500mg… this is made of unknown quantities of:
- Montanoa Tomentosa
- Chenopodium Album
- Curcuma Longa – AKA Tumeric
- Trichopus Zeylanicus
Directions For Use
On a full stomach, take 1 capsule each day at the same time… continue for 4-8 weeks and then take a full 4 weeks rest period before resuming
Pretty disappointing by all standards, there are a few users that report improved pumps when working out, but as a powerful muscle builder – it certainly seems to miss the mark
Reported Side Effects
So far there are no reports of anything adverse
Sample reviews courtesy of bodybuilding.comuk
Where To Buy
bodybuilding.comuk are a main stockist, we have also seen it on amazon, eBay as well as other smaller online retailers
Expect to pay somewhere between £26.99 and £49.99 for a months supply
Is It Guaranteed?
No,. there is no cash back guarantee offered
Our Thoughts On A-HD Elite
Stripping back the hype, its wildy apparent that there is nothing in the formula that has any solid clinically proven testosterone boosting abilities behind it… the manufacturers have avoided every single known and recognised ingredient and gone with untried and unproven ingredients instead…
Looking at the mix:
Montanoa Tomentosa – belonging to the daisy family – it has been studied to a certain extent on rats and mice and has shown ability to increase rodent fertility and sexual activity…. it is also known to help start uterine labour in expectant women – either to start labour or to cause an abortion… so far it has demonstrated no proven testosterone boosting abilities
Trichopus Zeylanicus – native to thailand, Sri Lanka and surrounding areas, used in natural traditional medicines with reported energy boosting abilities
Chenopodium Album – Natural weed type plant found in India.. sometimes used for animal feed and also in cooking but has no known health uses..
Curcuma Longa – AKA Tumeric… most cooks will be aware of this herbal extract.. it is known to be anti inflammatory as well as having anti cancer benefits…. lab tests involving rats and mice has demonstrated that it can help maintain testosterone levels when taking certain antibiotics.. but overall it has no proven testosterone boosting properties at all..
Turmeric has been studied and you can read the results one of the studies by clicking here –
To sum up, A-HD Elite is largely untested, unproven and ineffective…. in our opinion we recommend that you save your money and invest in a product that uses a proven formula and has a well documented history of positive reviews and feedback..
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