ANS Diesel T is a unique formula combining a high dose of protodioscin, d-aspartic acid and ovine placenta to boost testosterone levels for physique and performance improvement.
D Aspartic Acid has been shown in human studies to increase testosterone by 42% in as little as 14 days. D-aspartic acid is an amino acid present in the neuroendocrine tissues of humans, playing a role in the synthesis of both LH (luteinizing hormone) and testosterone. LH, is secreted causing a subsequent release of testosterone from the testes. D-aspartic acid is synthesized when aspartate racemase converts L-aspartic acid into D-aspartic acid. This conversion occurs in the testes as well as other tissues throughout the human body. Supplementation with 3 grams (3,000mgs) per day, orally, resulted in a 42% testosterone increase while raising LH by 33%.
Protodioscin from Tribulus Terrestris is believed to directly stimulate the release of Luteinizing Hormone (LH). LH is an endocrine hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland in the brain. This hormone travels from the pituitary gland down the leydig cells of the testes where it stimulates production. Testosterone is considered the KING of all muscle building hormones and there are great products for as testosterone enhancer to choose. But tribulus in general is not capable of exerting such effects on the human endocrine system. Of the many saponins contained in tribulus, only protodioscin is capable of eliciting this prolific influence on testosterone production and for this the testo boosters can increase energy levels for your body.
Ovine Placental Powder increases the release of luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland. It activates Leydig cell steroidogenesis via LH.
This is a great combination for increasing natural testosterone production.
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