I have taken Nugenix for about 3 years. I swear by it. When I was about 60 my testosterone levels had dropped to about 50T before I did anything about it. I was extremely depressed almost incapable of doing my job. I am a professional in an office responsible for about 150 clients.
My first doctor gave me a T gel that I rubbed in. My second doctor began a testosterone injection regimen 200 mg every two weeks. Believe it or not that did return me to active sexual activity. It wasn’t until I started to take a similar product at GNC that put the hard back in an erection. After starting the injections I could get a limp erection but I could not perform. I could do my job and the injections put a swagger back into my step. Nugenix was the break over point for me. That is my experience without using any medical language.
Lots of athletes – and not just endurance – begin now make greater use of training for the state of depletion of muscle glycogen to learn how your body better use fat as an energy source. An interesting study showed that regular dose of Nugenix on an empty stomach increases the total VO2 max and muscle glycogen. It is done during the experiment in the final race could only confirm. Confirming not only final tests, but also the feeling when you are able to attend training or a race in the higher beats, but unlike most individuals trained the metabolic flexibility allows you to burn a large amount of fat.
Let’s look at that Better Business Bureau rating for a moment. In digging down a little, that rating is based mainly on how many resolved customer issues there have been. And Direct Digital has responded to all seven customer complaints (most folks don’t think to report a bad customer service experience to the BBB). The problem is, all seven were directly related to customer service issues when people bought through an infomercial site with a computerized ordering system and got signed up for the auto-ship when they were just looking for the “complimentary” bottle as a trial. Not a particularly great track record in terms of ease of communication, nor in making sure customers understand exactly what they’re being charged for. But all seven cases were resolved, eventually. (NOTE: there’s apparently some clause where if you report the issue to your credit card company first, Direct Digital can’t just give you a refund, as they have to see the investigation through first. Something to consider.)