When it comes to building muscle, nothing beats testosterone. It’s no wonder it’s considered the King of hormones. AllMax Nutrition D-Aspartic Acid is a potent test booster and features a research-validated dose of 3.12 grams. This is the dose used in studies conducted on human test subjects. These studies showed a 42% increase in testosterone levels after only 12 days.
What Does Testosterone Do?
Testosterone is one of the body’s primary hormones and has a wide range of functions in the body. These include primary roles in stimulating muscle growth, enhancing sex drive, and improving stamina. However, as we age our natural levels decline. The thing is, aging in this case means your mid-twenties.
AllMax Nutrition D-Aspartic Acid - Powerful Natural Testosterone Booster!
AllMax Nutrition D-Aspartic Acid D-Aspartic Acid comes in an unflavored powder form. One serving (a rounded teaspoon) provides 3.12g per serving. You can mix it with water or the AllMax Nutrition powdered supplement of your choice. For example, add it to our BCAA powder, any protein powder, or any pre-workout.
The great thing about AllMax D-Aspartic Acid is you can stack it with any natural muscle builder. This includes the other AllMax Nutrition test boosters: ZMA, TRIBX-90, or TESTOFX. Add Creatine Monohydrate and any AllMax protein powder, and you’ve got a serious stack!
Let’s check out the ingredients.
D-Aspartic Acid - 3.12g - DAA is an essential amino acid. It occurs naturally in the testes, hypothalamus, and pituitary glands. The clinical study referenced above was conducted on 23 male test subjects. Each of these test subjects was provided a single 3-gram dose every day for 12 days. At the end of the study, the test subject's testosterone levels increased by an average of 42%. (1)
AllMax Nutrition D-Aspartic Acid – 100% Pure, 100% Results!
- Topo, E., Soricelli, A., D'Aniello, A., Ronsini, S., & D'Aniello, G. (2009). The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats. Reproductive biology and endocrinology: RB&E, 7, 120. https://doi.org/10.1186/1477-7827-7-120