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Nugenix Review – Is It a Reliable Testosterone Booster?

By September 3, 2012 50

Reviewed By:
Rob Miller
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Nugenix Overview

Update! 3/2/2014  I finally got a chance to personally take Nugenix, Click Here to skip to my results!

Nugenix is a testosterone boosting supplement that supposedly helps to increase sex drive, enhance muscle mass, and boost free testosterone levels.  It has been heavily advertised on the internet for the last few months, and is distributed by the same company that sells Instaflex and Lumiday.

As you probably already know, testosterone decline is one of the major culprits for the appearance of symptoms of erectile dysfunction in men, and is commonly referred to as “Andropause”. There are dozens of companies selling testosterone boosting supplements nowadays, and pharmaceutical companies have also been jumping on the bandwagon with gels, ointments, and creams that supposedly help with testosterone production.

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Nugenix is a combination of zinc, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and a testosterone booster complex that combines the properties of several herbal extracts. Zinc is known to be a natural testosterone booster, as well, which means that there may be some truth to the manufacturer’s claims. Contrary to what we stated before, the manufacturer does go through extensive detail about how the ingredients in their formula work.

The Nugenix blend contains a compound called Testofen,which is actually a clinically studied ingredient that has been proven in lab studies to increase testosterone levels dramatically.  Testofen is actually a patented version of the popular Fenugreek Extract, which is found primarily in the middle east and southern Europe.

Nugenix also contains L-citrulline, which is an amino acid, and Tribulus Terrestris, which is found in literally hundreds of male enhancement products, including Penatropin.

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One thing that users may not like that much about Nugenix is that it must be taken daily in order to deliver effects. Three capsules per day is the recommended dosage and a free trial bottle has 42 capsules, giving you 14 days to try the product out.  A standard bottle contains 90 capsules, and costs about $70 per bottle, making it quite expensive when compared to other natural testosterone boosters.

Nugenix Benefits

  • An all natural formula
  • It contains important minerals and vitamins in promoting testosterone production
  • Can be found in local nutritional stores such as GNC.
  • Professional looking website
  • Manufactured / Distributed by a reputable company

Nugenix Drawbacks

  • Price, definitely one of the more expensive T Boosters I’ve used.
  • Only available in the US and Canada

My Results With Nugenix

At 32, I noticed that I’ve been experiencing the dreaded Testosterone decline.  My mood, energy levels, and even my libido have taken a little bit of a dive the last few years.  I came to the conclusion that I needed to try something to help combat this, and the makers of Nugenix happily sent me some free boxes to try out.

At first I was a bit skeptical, like I pretty much am with any of the products I try out.  The claims like enhanced muscle mass, increased sex drive, and more energy all appeal to me, but can a supplement really do all that?  Well, I started taking the recommended dose of Nugenix, which specify 3 capsules a day with water on an empty stomach.

I have to admit, the first couple of days I didn’t notice anything.  There was no increase in sex drive, no motivation for the gym, and certainly no enhanced muscle mass.  Then out of nowhere I started feeling it.  About 5 days in I woke up with a “morning wood” for the first time in as long as I could remember.  It quickly subsided, but I knew right then that I might be onto something.  The following monday I got that “hey, I’m not so tired, let me hit the gym” feeling first thing in the morning.

Usually I struggle to get out of bed most mornings, but today was different.  Today I was like a spring chicken, ready to tackle on the days tasks and take on the world.  Throughout the week my workouts had become more intense that I’ve had in a long time, and I started to feel more invigorated, youthful, and more importantly started to see the scale drop down from a moderately fat 198 lbs. to a “I feel good” 195 lbs.  Not a huge amount of weight, but I could tell the difference.

Moving along to the third week was when I really saw a difference.  Not only was I sleeping better, but I could feel a distinct improvement in my overall mood and sex drive.  I won’t get into any nitty gritty details, but let’s just say my fiance was “impressed with my performance” ;)

Finally, at the end of the month, I practically felt like a new man.  I dropped about 12 pounds, and was looking and feeling great.  I stopped taking the Nugenix after the 30 day point, and could feel the effects gradually diminish as the ingredients were washed out of my system.  I still felt good for the following month, but not quite as invigorated as I was when I was on it.  But, I could definitely tell that it had made a significant difference, in a very good way.

Where to buy Nugenix

Nugenix can be found both on their official website, as well as online retailers such as,, and Amazon.  Nugenix is also sold through brick and mortar stores such as GNC, and the official website has a function that allows you to search for a health food store near your location.  As stated earlier, a one month supply averages about $70, and samples are also available for a minimal shipping charge.


Nugenix is a combination of vitamin, minerals and herbal extracts and it is advertised as being able to stimulate natural testosterone production. While the decline in testosterone levels is responsible for erectile dysfunction and other ailments in most cases, taking Nugenix may not be the only solution to your problems.  Often a healthy diet, plenty of exercise and rest, as well as using a supplement such as Nugenix can help to return testosterone to a normal and healthy level.

From my personal results and the reviews I’ve been getting from my readers, I feel as though Nugenix could be a great supplement for any man looking for a change.

Have You Used Nugenix? If so, leave your review below!

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3 out of 5 Stars

Aug 04, 2013 by Donald Cleveland

I am in my 91st year an have not had semen for some years, certainly over 10. After 10 days of the 14 day trial bottle of NUGENIX I now have full semen, not a lot but we will see what the next 4 days holds

1 out of 5 Stars

Jul 04, 2013 by JC

I took Nugenix in hopes that I would boost my free testosterone levels but to no avail. I followed the instructions to a “T.” I took this b/c I was told it was better than Ageless Male. Sadly it gave the allusion of working after the 1st 2 wks, but after that nothing felt or seemed different. Except my pockets were lighter. When I returned to the store at the end of the bottle and shared w/the rep he gave me something else that sent me running to the hospital. My pressure went up to 172/129. The nurse looked at the bottle, told me off and tossed the bottle in the trash with my regards. There is got to be something natural or organic that we can use without all of the side effects and “DRAMA.” To think, I am a Gold Card member and I was taken to the shed. WOW!!!

1 out of 5 Stars

May 21, 2013 by DaveD

Interesting to read the various comments. I started Nugenix in October, 2012, making it a full 8 months that I’ve been on it… seemingly longer than any of the folks on this blog. I’m 48 years old, and have never had any “performance” issues at all, but was attracted to the energy and stamina aspects of the sales pitch. My home is at high altitude, nearly 9000ft, and it is easy to run out of energy. I’ve followed the directions exactly, taking 3 each morning on an empty stomach, no food for at least an hour afterwards. ZERO, NADA, NOTHING are the results I’ve experienced. I could actually say that my erectile performance has lessened to an extent, rather than improved. I just received my June supply, so I’m in this for about $675 for absolutely no results. I’ve experienced no side effects either. Honestly, it is as if nothing at all has changed for me in any way. I have cancelled it as of today.

Can’t say I’m surprised, I don’t know that I’ve ever met someone who has actually purchased something that works… seems like the perpetuation of online BS.

3 out of 5 Stars

May 19, 2013 by jay

Can it damage your liver.. to many conflicting reports.. Please help.. Also has any1 tried muscle factor x..It worked pretty good for me personally but again I worry about side effects. . Like liver damage..

1 out of 5 Stars

May 17, 2013 by Adrian L. Sabater

The free sample is a SCAM: to take your ATM number and automatically ship you a supply every month. I have tried to call Nugenix but can not even get a ring. What number did you use.
Thank you,

1 out of 5 Stars

Apr 29, 2013 by drew

Final comments on Nugenix effectiveness and cost benefit. (Please see my comments from above).
I have completed 2 months of Nugenix product which i purchased from GNC. I have advanced education so my method was to follow the manufacturers directions exactly. I did just that for 30 days. Prior to beginning using the product I went to my doctor to discuss my hormone levels which were tested by an independent laboratory my doctor uses for all blood tests for his patients. I was tested prior to starting using Nugenix and within 5 days of completing the 30 day supply. (3 tablets each morning on an empty stomach and no food for at least 3o mins after to insure it was being absorbed correctly.) My test results were a T score of 310 prior to beginning the procedure and also 310 at 35 days. I took the empty bottle back to GNC for a full refund and the stores manager argued with me that the effects only begin after 2 months! Okay, Im game but you will have to supply the next months bottle to me if you are not willing to provide the refund. so here I am 42 days later with a blood test still indicating T at 310 and retun to the store for a refund. The same manager now tells me that i have to return within 30 days (See where this is going…I took all the pills for the 30DAYS and went back to my doctor to draw blood for another T score test) so was beyond the 30 day refund period (second attempt) and they fought me over the refund…..Scientific proof that this product is a total scam guys…..see you doctor. I wont kill you to tell the admin nurse you are there to discuss testosterone….big deal we live in an open society where seeking quality medical advice is much better than believing what you see online. Also the other benefit is that my doctors Rx only cost $40/month and it started having positive effects the first 10 days. My current blood test for T reading is now 437 which for me is a marked improvement in my energy level, concentration and sex drive (yep, waking up with wood every morning now!).
So my final advice is see your doctor, tell him how you are feeling overall and request a moderate level of hormone to round you up to the rascal you were when you were in your early forties…..forget the miracle pills online….Science doesnt lie about your score or how you feel every day. I believed the hype online but no more…..stick with you doctor.

2 out of 5 Stars

Apr 21, 2013 by mv

At age 61, I experienced the first signs of diminished drive. I took the recommended dose for just 2 days and haven’t felt so horny since I was about 14. No kidding. Unless a tolerance builds up, I certainly don’t need 3 per day, and will investigate a less frequent shipping schedule. I think the effect must depend on the person.

3 out of 5 Stars

Apr 06, 2013 by dave h

have used it for 1 month along with what the guy called blockers which are a vitamin supplement.yes it wasnt cheap,but i experianced a noticeable return of energy and not as moody.the guy at the gnc store seemed real knowledgeable about the product.i was also told to finish the product and discontinue for 20 days before returning to it.i plan on using this again.ther blockers i was told i should take was for preventing the large breast thing.havent seen any side affects..

5 out of 5 Stars

Apr 01, 2013 by ChazG

Well gentlemen, I am now on day 11 and I must tell you, Nugenix is pretty good stuff. My body seems to recuperate better during and after workouts. My mood seems to be better and honestly, even erections seem to be much fuller. I will continue to keep everyone posted.

5 out of 5 Stars

Mar 03, 2013 by Tom

I just started my 14 day trial two days ago. Today makes my third. So far, I have noticed increased stirrings down below and an increase in energy and mood. Will see how it goes from here. So far, I am satisfied with the product and already considering buying a 1 month supply.

3.0 5.0 20 20 I am in my 91st year an have not had semen for some years, certainly over 10. After 10 days of the 14 day trial bottle of NUGENIX I now have full semen, not a lot but we will see Nugenix Review – Is It a Reliable Testosterone Booster?


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  1. Harry February 21, 2014 at 7:23 pm - Reply

    Hey Rob, I read your original post on Nugenix dated 1/1/2013 stating that you were going to try the product then update. It’s now 2/21/2014 and unless I overlooked it, I don’t see your review or thoughts on the product. I’m 44, former college football player and weight lifter, and I think I’m starting, (have been for a while), to feel the effects of lower testosterone. Haven’t really been diagnosed with low levels, but starting to feel the symptoms that most everyone on here has stated. Do you recommend it? Is it worth the 70.00?


    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 22, 2014 at 2:53 pm - Reply

      Hey Harry,
      Yeah sorry about that, I’ve been meaning to update that review. I actually had really good results from Nugenix, and I plan on updating the review shortly. Stay tuned!


      • Harry February 23, 2014 at 2:52 pm - Reply

        Awesome looking forward to reading it.

  2. dan December 18, 2013 at 3:42 am - Reply

    im in Canada and got a bottle of Nugenix Testofen, it says to take with food ?? is it the same as testosterone booster ? im 45 an thought id give this a go, not overly active anymore but would like to change that.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 19, 2013 at 1:05 am - Reply

      Hey Dan,
      Yeah, lots of supplements recommend that you take them with food. It helps keep you from feeling nauseous from taking 3 capsules at once. I think you should be able to get some good results from Nugenix. If it doesn’t work out for you, let me know and check out Testo Fuel.


  3. dan December 18, 2013 at 3:27 am - Reply

    im 45 thought id give it a go, im in Canada and on my bottle of Nugenix testofen it says to take with food ?

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 19, 2013 at 1:07 am - Reply

      Hey Dan,
      Sure. Lots of supplements recommend that you take them with meals. Some people get nauseous taking pills on an empty stomach.


  4. Mike Shimmo August 4, 2013 at 5:48 pm - Reply

    After I took my first dose, by noon I could not stop masterbating because I was so horny. I could not wear pants for a week, but eventually it mellowed out, but not after I wore myself raw.

  5. Jen July 9, 2013 at 4:58 pm - Reply

    My 14 year old son is begging me to get this for him. Doctor says that testosterone at such a young age can inhibit growth, he is tiny for his age (think a 12 year old) and gets bullied a lot, wants to put on muscle, grow and get better in lacrosse as he gets beat down by large defenders. any ideas or recommendations for teens?? thanks!

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller July 10, 2013 at 12:30 pm - Reply

      Hey Jen,
      I wouldn’t recommend it. Your doc is right, interfering with his growth at such a young age can interfere with future growth. So while he may gain a temporary benefit in his teens, think of the long term consequences.

      I will say this though, when I was around 14 or 15 I used creatine and I gained a decent amount of muscle very quickly. Creatine is all natural (regularly found in steak), and completely safe at his age. I recommend a supplement called Muscle Advance Creatine, probably one of the best I have ever used.


  6. raymon May 19, 2013 at 5:01 pm - Reply

    Ok so I started takin nugneix am only 24 am healthy but am actully ashamed of buying these pills is that normal..but ill will keep updated results of these pills

  7. Adrian L. Sabater April 29, 2013 at 1:20 pm - Reply

    I have been taking 7 daily supplement for many years: workout, jog and play tennis, while teaching high school at 68.
    I had a Testosterone test performed before taking Nugenix. Low normal. I have been taking only 1 tab/day for about 10 days. I also have had some foot swelling. But, it appears that I have lost my taste of sweet. I eat fresh fruit every day (here in Thailand) but now can not taste the sweetness.
    Any comments?

  8. steve April 26, 2013 at 11:24 pm - Reply

    I just Bought my first bottle. I just took my first dose. It says take on an empty stomach….Ok so how long should one wait before eating?

    Also you guys that are seeing no results make sure you are not eating too much. Over eating lowers your T. don’t pig out after a workout.

    I will post when and if I see any results. I don’t really know what I should be looking for so If I see any change I will let you know. I want to increase muscle mass and loose fat. I have lost 70 lbs just by restricting calories, so I want to see if this increases my ability to burn fat by building my mucle mass. I will see if it helps other areas as well.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller April 29, 2013 at 12:10 pm - Reply

      Hey Steve,
      Typically for any pill, you should wait at least an hour to eat. Please keep us updated on your results with Nugenix, thanks!


  9. Nick April 24, 2013 at 7:59 am - Reply

    I have medical insurance through my work. I went and had my t levels checked 2 weeks before I started taking p6. I am a healthy 27 year old and they were normal. I am currently 3 weeks into a 1 month bottle and had them checked again today. They are double what they were pre p6. Anyone who tells you that all the boosters are scams or placebos are idiots. Some may very well be. In my experience p6 is not. Come on morons, if your going to be paying 70-100 dollars a bottle for t boosters, wouldn’t you pay the 30 dollar company to know it’s working? All you keyboard warriors just slandering supplements are just idiots. Some work some don’t. And in most cases it’s very easy to find out.

  10. tss April 15, 2013 at 7:40 am - Reply

    My husband started using this product and actually noticed the change in his engery level and all was and is going well…..could be coinsidence but after about week he noticed his feet and ankles were swelling up and actualy hurt we didnt think it could have been the pills so went to dr they tested for gout —tests came back negative —he took the anti inflam med they prescribed and for few weeks all was ok —then it happened again just not as sever …..has anyone heard of or experienced anything like this?? it could totally be unrelated but I heard side effects on a commercial for some low t medication included swollen feet and ankles ????? Dont want my husband getting sick…..????

  11. sherman April 11, 2013 at 12:30 am - Reply

    Have any of you guys thought about getting one of those prepaid visa card and just having enough of money on it to cover the charge? Then you can just cancel the card . Proactive tried the same thing just kept sending stuff every month after we canceled. Looks like I should have read this first before going to gmc . To late now took my first 3 this morning . I will keep you updated .but don’t think I will spend 70.00 bucks again …..

  12. ChazG April 1, 2013 at 12:33 pm - Reply

    Well gentlemen, I am now on day 11 and I must tell you, Nugenix is pretty good stuff. My body seems to recuperate better during and after workouts. My mood seems to be better and honestly, even erections seem to be much fuller. I will continue to keep everyone posted.

  13. EricT February 17, 2013 at 3:39 am - Reply

    Kinda looks like it works for guys a little better in the 40-50yr range better than guys a little older. Im 40, im going to try it.

  14. mike February 15, 2013 at 7:10 pm - Reply

    Just started my 14 day trial today…will report positive or negative in the coming week.

  15. Drew February 14, 2013 at 4:08 pm - Reply

    I am leaving comments based on objective observations for the next 30 days in an attempt to do away with hype and just give honest results for all to consider.

    Today is Valentine’s Day and #5 for taking Nugenix. No side effects that I am aware of so far. First day light headedness might have been a fluke. Have not noticed much if anything, however, with that said I will say my junk seems to have been flooded with blood more than usual. That is a good start as far as I can tell. (Trust me it isn’t growing just somewhat engorged). The other good effect is wood in the morning and sometimes in the middle of the night since day 3 using.

    All for now. Will update again on the 19th.

  16. Drew February 10, 2013 at 2:53 pm - Reply

    Gents, its day two and i have had my morning dose on an empty stomach as directed. No noticeable changes yet. I am leaving comments based on objective observations for the next 30 days in an attempt to do away with hype and just give honest results for all to consider. My comments from yesterday have apparently not been published on this site but i will continue to leave input. Stay tuned for comments on todays results and input on day 3 (Monday Feb 11th).
    All for now…

  17. Drew February 10, 2013 at 1:31 am - Reply

    Today is February 9th. Took first three capsules as directed on an empty stomach. I am not going to embellish anything I write because I believe the internet should be used for evaluations that are honest and not hype for some product.

    I will leave comments here every 5 days for the first 30 days to provide reliable results. First dose today gave me a little light headed feeling but nothing worse. Did not note any increase in energy or feelings of arousal, but it is day 1.

    Check again on the 14th late evening for next update on effectiveness and any noticeable side effects.


  18. Randal Coon January 24, 2013 at 11:30 pm - Reply

    Congratulations to all those who have feel assistance with Neugenix. I have absolutely, to my dismay, not found any, -0- help. But I guess it was the last shot. None of the Cialis type drugs have ever helped. I have so MANY endocrine disorders, from hypopituitarism, 2* hypogonadism, Adrenal Insufficiency, hypothyroid, and so on. So I shall ask for my money back. I believe I gave it a very fair shot with great hopes. BUT, it just did not help ME. And unless it comes directly from my physician, I shall not try and more “cures, supplements, etc.” in the future. I AM 58, but no erections since about 2 years prior to my wife dying, in 2005. Makes 10 years. Guess I could not have expected more, but it was guaranteed, so I tried it in hopes of showing that your product was the MAX. It wasn’t, FOR ME. Better luck to others who try it.

  19. Jimmy January 22, 2013 at 5:02 am - Reply

    What were the results, Jason? I’m looking for a much cheaper product that would deliver the same results and better. Possibly also giving an anabolic effect as well but still safe even for people taking meds.

  20. Ray December 27, 2012 at 10:46 am - Reply

    ok so the only question i have for all of you, and rob is this is, not about canceling, does this product or any other really work or should i stay w/ saw palmetto??

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller December 30, 2012 at 12:32 am - Reply

      Hey Ray,
      Tough to tell, didn’t really get to use it for too long. Just received another months supply, will be updating the review within a month.


  21. Bigskt5 December 11, 2012 at 5:11 am - Reply

    I am 47 and work out regularly doing strength and cardio. I have used a product called P6 Extreme, also sold through GNC. I must say that I have noticed results in my workouts, placebo effect or not. I can find it on Amazon for roughly half of the quite expensive retail price. All with the original seals. I have ordered this free sample, but am guessing I can purchase at Amazon if I decide to continue.

  22. Bill November 20, 2012 at 10:10 pm - Reply

    After reading all the messages here , I called to cancel the order, without any problem it was canceled.

  23. Billy October 24, 2012 at 2:09 pm - Reply

    I love when it is asserted that it is an unproven product. Doctors are an unproven product as well, based on the performance I’ve seen from them over the years. The same would probably also be said about Prostalex Plus, or Saw Palmetto, which clearly has been helpful to me.

    • Rob Miller
      admin October 24, 2012 at 8:41 pm - Reply

      I agree with you to an extent Billy. I think what products such as Nugenix and Testo Fuel are really supposed to do is give you the effects of what it would feel like with an increased testosterone level, without actually increasing your testosterone levels.


  24. Jeff October 24, 2012 at 3:48 am - Reply

    Does anyone have any means to cancel the shipments and billing to my card? I am calling the bank tomorrow but would appreciate any help. I am so dissatisfied and am being scammed!!!

  25. steve October 23, 2012 at 7:22 pm - Reply

    not sure about the product but had no problems cancelling, just dont forget to call them in time.

  26. Charles October 22, 2012 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    Tried to cancel this product by using the customer care number and was told that the number provided was incorrect. The number on the website is some other supplement company that will not help you. I do not recommend this company or it’s product.

    • Joe October 24, 2012 at 2:18 am - Reply

      Charles – Are you sure you dialed the right number? The number on their site is 855-714-3234 and it just worked for me. You can also email them at

  27. Wil Brown October 11, 2012 at 6:39 pm - Reply

    Hey guys, the only real way to check your T-levels and get an accurate reading as to whether any product is working is to take blood tests before and after use of the product. You might not exactly “feel” the difference but the results will definitely show up in a blood test if there are any. I’m looking for reviews on people who have actually tried the product and gotten their levels checked.

  28. Tony P September 24, 2012 at 12:40 pm - Reply

    i think all of these testosterone gimmicks give you a sense of good, and in reality they are nothing nut placebo’s that cost you a fortune, especially when they want to give you free product, once you give them your credit card you are screwede, they keep sending you product, and then try to cancel it and you can’t get in touch with nobody, they are all ripoffs getting old is no fun, but getting lies told to you at a high cost is no joking matter

    • Cal September 26, 2012 at 7:46 pm - Reply

      I ordered the trial and was able to cancel by calling the number provided. They tried to convince me to stay on… but in the end they cancelled without any fuss.

  29. Mark F. Vinette, MD September 14, 2012 at 11:04 pm - Reply

    There is no supplement including this one which will boost testosterone levels. Low T as it is called is a natural occurring aging process. No one should try to boost their testosterone with any product before consulting a physician and having their testosterone level checked via a simple blood test.

    Excess testosterone levels as a result of supplementation can effect the production of thyroid hormones, which are essential for the regulation of metabolism. The levels of glucose in the blood can decrease due to excess testosterone. In some cases, men who are taking testosterone may experience enlargement of their breasts, a condition known as gynecomastia. Frequent and excessively prolonged penile erections may also result from an abnormally high level of testosterone.

    Almost all insurance companies cover the cost of prescription testosterone gels or injections.

    There is a new product which is not yet covered by many insurance companies called Testopel®. It is a pellet which is injected in the buttocks every 3-4 months and keeps a constant supply of the correct amount of testosterone in the body.

    My recommendation would be to skip this product which does not have any double blind studies to confirm it actually works. It is expensive and if you have insurance a trip to you doctor to confirm you have Low T and the co pay for a prescription will probably be less than it would cost to use this unproven product.

    • Dennis September 22, 2012 at 11:29 pm - Reply

      Thanks for your comments. I just turned 60 and the decline of physical ability in the past few years has been depressing, even with regular exercise. The promises made in many of the “low t” ads are tempting to believe.

    • JBD October 16, 2012 at 6:22 pm - Reply

      Thank you for your feedback. Would a regular vitamin supplement that would include zinc be helpful? My former doctor, who is a DO and I moved away from the area so I can no longer see him, was prescribing a combination of two gels from a compoundng pharmacy. It was covered by my insurance but it didn’t cover much of it, it was still over $100 a month after insurance. My DO’s basic premise is that most of the body’s ills can be first addressed by the GI. (He of course prescribes medicine etc…but for the long term he likes to look at the GI as a line of defense in any treatment if I understood him correctly). So, long way around asking, is there anything I can change in my diet that will help boost my low testoserone, even when I go back on the treatments??

    • Elky March 8, 2013 at 4:02 pm - Reply

      FWIW, neither United Healthcare nor Blue Cross covers testosterone gels such as Androgen or Axiron, but they will cover the quick-fix band aids (cialis, Viagra).

  30. Brian September 14, 2012 at 1:29 am - Reply

    This product is a ripoff .$70 a bottle What a joke

  31. Joe September 3, 2012 at 10:15 pm - Reply

    A bottle of Nugenix is 90 capsules and lasts 1 month at the recommended dosage, not as you have it stated in the article.

    • Rob Miller
      admin September 6, 2012 at 12:14 am - Reply

      Hey Joe,
      Not the bottle I got, this was a free trial. This bottle is 42 capsules, and the daily dose is 3 capsules. 42/3 is 14 = 14 day supply. I will get a pic of the bottle up.


    • Eric September 21, 2012 at 10:25 pm - Reply

      Joe, the artical was referring to the free trial bottle which contains less.

  32. Rob Miller
    admin October 22, 2012 at 4:42 pm - Reply

    Did you mean Test X180?


  33. Jason January 13, 2013 at 1:41 pm - Reply

    I agree with John.
    I am on my second bottle and so far so good. Those that are expecting an anabolic type response should avoid the product, that’s not what it’s meant for. I have noticed a difference in all areas. I’m 42 years old and just wanted a boost. I will be going for a Test. review soon and will compare the numbers and let you now of the change.

  34. Johnny May 5, 2013 at 11:17 pm - Reply

    Drew – Testosterone supplements, like nugenix, that contain testofen do not aim to increase the top line testosterone number. They work by boosting the free testosterone number, which is the lower number could be in the teens, 20′s or 30′s. this is why the claims for these products are about free testosterone

  35. javier June 16, 2013 at 8:48 pm - Reply

    hey what are the pills your getting from your doctor for $40 a month? id like to try them if possible
    any reply would be greatly appreaciated, thanks for your time

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