Military Muscle Testosterone Booster Ingredients
Military Muscle contains a unique, safe and natural nutrient profile which is free of any banned substances that are featured on the WADA prohibited list or those stipulated by the Department of Defense.
Nutritional Profile Information
Read more about the included ingredients to understand just how powerful our testosterone booster is...
Vitamin D3 - 99.96mcg
According to a review published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition the world's population is suffering from vitamin D deficiency. 
One part of the issue is that there are a lack of food sources that contain adequate vitamin D to satisfy the requirements for an adult.
It has been noted that we need around 25 mcg daily to satisfy our needs. Military Muscle provides almost 100 mcg.
Furthermore, The Clinical Journal of the Society for Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society Australia provide evidence of a positive relationship between vitamin D and testosterone levels. 
It is no wonder that governmental health bodies such as Public Health England recommend that people use a supplement containing vitamin D.
Ashwagandha - 600mg
Military Muscle contains a colossal 600mg of Ashwagandha extract, much more than its competitors.
This is key, because 600mg has demonstrated its ability to significantly increase testosterone levels and increase muscular strength across a variety of exercises according to the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition when compared to a placebo over a 3 month period. 
The results are illustrated in the graph below.
In addition, studies demonstrate that 600mg of Ashwagandha taken over a 2 month period reduced cortisol levels and all cause stress which contributed to a higher quality of life. 
Fenugreek - 500mg
A daily 500mg dose of Fenugreek has shown to increase testosterone levels and significantly reduce body fat over a 2 month period.
This is why we provide 500mg and offer discounts on orders for a 2 month supply or more. 
Fenugreek is also able to increase libido levels in men which also resulted in an increase of sexual arousal and orgasm. 
A further study conducted by one of same researches discovered that fenugreek was also able to reduce menopausal symptoms in healthy women.
Zinc - 20mg
People from the USA and the rest of the world tend to be deficient in zinc.
Low levels of zinc are associated with low testosterone in men.
A further issue is that zinc can be lost through sweating, therefore there's a higher risk of zinc deficiency for athletes, active people and those in hot climates.
Studies have demonstrated that supplementing zinc can increase testosterone. 
Boron - 10mg
A daily dose of 10mg Boron has a positive effect on testosterone levels while reducing estogen (female sex hormone). 
Further studies have discovered that boron also reduces inflammation. 
Analysis of boron by the Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition reported that boron deprivation over a period of 3 weeks could have a negative effect on physical performance.
In 1994 the Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) journal published an article that outlined boron's cognitive performance benefits and how it is an essential nutrient.
A daily dose of Military Muscle provides the same amount of boron as consuming 500g of broccoli florets.
Iron - 12mg
The World Health Organization reports 25% of the global population is deficient in iron. 
Iron is required for energy metabolism and oxygen transport.
Further studies have demonstrated that those who are involved with arduous training are likely to suffer from an iron deficiency.
This response to stress can destroy red blood cells, reduce hemoglobin and your ability carry oxygen to the organs. 
An article published in the American Journal of Physiology reported that older men who are suffering from abnormally low testosterone are also anemic.
Vitamin A - 257mcg
Vitamin A when combined with iron has demonstrated to be as effective as hormonal therapy over a 6 month treatment period. 
The peer-reviewed journal, Genetic Epidemiology, found that vitamin A intake is also correlated with testosterone. 
Further benefits of vitamin A include the normal function of the reproductive system, immune system and the organs.
Vitamin K2 - 45mcg
K2 is important for steroid production in the testis and shows a positive treatment to combat testosterone decline. 
Also known as menaquinone, K2 is also associated with a reduced risk of Coronary Heart Disease as reported in The Journal of Nutrition. 
Vitamin K2 is absorbed in higher amounts and have a higher biological activity that K1. 
That is why we have only used vitamin K2 in Military Muscle, to ensure you get the most benefit.
Urtica Dioica - 360mg
A dietary breakdown of urtica dioica has revealed that it is rich in a number of nutrients including vitamin C, potassium, calcium and protein amongst others.
It was also discovered by a team of researchers from the Department of Urology of the Medical College of Qingdao University, that urtica diocia had a beneficial effect on benign prostatic hyperplasia and testosterone levels when 360mg was taken daily.
As such, we have included 360mg in a daily dose.
D-Aspartic Acid - 2300mg
If you are new to training, or need a temporary boost as a honed athlete DAA has an important role in the synthesis and release of testosterone .
The research demonstrated that DAA induced the enhancement of Luteinizing hormone and testosterone.
That's because DAA has a positive effect on the hormones in the brain responsible for testosterone production.
A study reported that men who supplemented with DAA for 3 months experienced of 30-60% increase of testosterone.
DAA can also improve fertility for those suffering from a low sperm count or reduced sperm quality. 
It was discovered that when DAA was taken for 3 months it substantially increased the sperm numbers, this then resulted in an increase of pregnancies.
This improvement is illustrated in the data below.
Mucuna Pruriens - 56mg
Research in to mucuna pruriens shows that the seeds are good for male fertility .
Further analysis reveals that with supplementation of mucuna pruriens, men with varying forms of fertility saw a significant increase of testosterone.
In addition, mucuna pruriens reduces prolactin which is harmful for testosterone production, has a negative effect on libido and the ability to produce an erection. 
The International Journal of Pharmacology investigated other properties of mucuna pruriens and saw that it is an anti-inflammatory and has anti-bacterial benefits.
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