Evlution Nutrition EVL Test Review UK
Popular Supplement, But Just How Good Is EVL Test?
EVL Test is a natural testosterone supplement made by Evlution Nutrition, Its a well established product that promises its users to help them to boost their testosterone levels, enabling them to build larger muscles, boost energy levels and enhance libido and performance.
Ingredients In EVL Test
The makers fully disclose the formula, both the ingredient themselves and the amount of each per serving.
Each serving includes:
- Magnesium 165mg
- Zinc 25mg
- Vitamin B6 12mg
- Vitamin D 50ug
- D-Aspartic Acid 3120 mg
- Fenugreek 600mg
- Maca 500mg
- Resveratrol 100mg
- Bioperine 5mg
How To Take EVL Test
The recommended does is 4 capsules per day, the makers suggest taking 30-60 minutes before bedtime, preferably on an empty stomach.
Overall the feedback from users is positive, improved sleep, better pumps in the gym, a welcome boost to sex drive all seem to be reported by many users, there are of course some who didn’t find it that effective, so guess it will not suit everybody.
The general feeling is that its a pretty good all round product.
sample feedback from bodybuilding[dot]com
Reported Side Effects
There does not appear to be any reports of any adverse effects
Where To Buy EVL Test In The UK
Available from many popular suppliers, bodybuilding[dot]com appear to be a main stockist. Here a bottle containing 120 capsules (30 days supply) will cost £34.99 – plus shipping costs
Any Cash Back Guarantee
Bodybuilding[dot]com do offer a 90 day return and refund policy, but it’s not really clear if this covers opened bottles.
There is no doubting the quality of Evlution nutritions products, and EVL test is a great example. It has a great mix of proven ingredients, and to be totally honest we only have one problem with the formula.
The amount of Vitamin D3 in the mix is really low, a real suprise given the well documented effectiveness of it when it comes to boosting testosterone. At 50ug per serving (200iu – international units) its a tiny amount when comparing to products like Testofuel for example that contains 5000iu per serving.
Personally we would have rather they got rid of the Resveratrol and increase the Vitamin D.
Severely Lacking In One Crucial T-Boosting Ingredient, But A Pretty Decent Product Overall