D-Aspartic Acid (3,000 mg)
A dietary amino acid which, when cycled appropriately, is proven to increase testosterone levels by acting as a natural regulator for testosterone synthesis.
Vitamin D3 (50 mcg)
There is a proven link between low vitamin D and low testosterone levels, and supplementing with this vitamin is critical to raising testosterone.
Vitamin B6 (5 mg)
Typically found in fresh vegetables, vitamin B6 helps with testosterone synthesis. It is also linked to amino acid, glucose, and lipid metabolism.
Magnesium (100 mg)
Deficient magnesium levels are directly linked to low testosterone. Magnesium is also involved in multiple biochemical reactions of metabolic function including energy production, cardiovascular regulation, and exercise performance.
Zinc (10 mg)
Vital for testosterone production, this essential trace element is lost through sweating, and needs regular replenishing.