Testosterone is the key hormone that drives your Anabolic Axis. Raising your testosterone levels is a key driver in speeding recovery and maximizing muscle mass.∆
Key ingredients in 17-BETA are combined to synergistically support increased sexual drive and performance. This is one of the key benefits for maintaining you edge in and out of the gym…∆
The overall 17-BETA formula is designed to help increase work efficiency under stressful conditions, improve athletic performance, strength, and promote recovery after intense workouts. All of these benefits support maximum strength increases.∆
17-BETA employs a synergistic approach to driving up testosterone levels and maximizing your Anabolic Axis. There are however a few ingredients that we call “key drivers. This starts with 50 mg of DHEA or Dehydroepiandrosterone. Human studies with dosages between 25-50 mg have shown significant improvement in biomedical markers. 17-BETA delivers a full 50 mg per serving.
Studies using 500-600mg or more of Fenugreek have shown increases in total testosterone and free unbound testosterone. 17-BETA employs 600 mg of Fenugreek in every serving.
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