Alpha Performance Enhancer Review
While the use of a testosterone booster won’t make or break your performance at they gym or on the playing field, it can certainly help any athlete’s cause.
Sure, a nutritional diet, personalized workout plan and motivation are all key to performance, but a quality testosterone booster can only enhance all these other factors.
Speaking of testosterone boosters, we’re going to focus on one in particular in this review, named Alpha Performance Enhancer. Advertised to individuals who want to become “alpha males,” this product is just one of the latest in a string of many testosterone boosters to hit the market.
But is it one of the best?
To begin, we should mention the fact that APE contains an all-natural blend made of minerals, vitamins, herbal extracts and even a few patented and trademarked compounds.
In fact, there are two such compounds, called TestoSurge and GlycoCarn. While their names may be a little cheesy, the contents of these two compounds certainly are not.
In addition to TestoSurge and Glycocarn, APE also contains the testosterone booster, Eurycoma Longfolia, and a Sex Binding Globulin Hormone (SBGH) inhibitor in Long Jack Standardized extract.
Many of the ingredients found in APE are found in a proprietary blend that measures at a dosage amount of 1,305 mg per serving.
Now then, what do we like and dislike about APE.
Starting with what we like, you should know that APE can do much more than boost testosterone levels. More specifically, APE possesses the ability to also free and make synthesized testosterone more bio-available.
These are two traits that not every testosterone booster possesses, giving APE a leg up on some of their counterparts.
Along those lines, APE is able to free testosterone via long jack standardized extract, since this ingredient inhibits SBGH from binding with testosterone.
As for this product’s ability to increase the bio-availability of testosterone, this is done through TestoSurge. You see, the main ingredient found in this compound is Fenugreek extract, which is an aromatase inhibitor. As such, Fenugreek can stop the conversion of testosterone to estrogen from happening inside a body.
This leads to higher testosterone levels and lower estrogen levels, which is always the ratio you should be looking for if you’re a male.
And before we forget, we should give you a brief layout of GlycoCarn as well. This compound, whose main ingredient is glycine propionyl l-carnitine, serves as a Nitric Oxide (NO) enhancer.
To this effect, GlycoCarn is able to dilate arteries in order to increase blood flow throughout the body.
And what does a more steady flow of blood, nutrients and oxygen mean? Simply put, it equates to a healthier body that is more capable of helping a man to reach his fitness goals.
On the flip side, there are several concerns we have with APE that we should quickly point out.
First of all, while Eurycoma Longfolia has been proven to be effective as a testosterone booster, some studies have shown that it can induce insomnia and may potentially cause other side effects.
While these side effects do occur infrequently, they should obviously be addressed if you’re interested in using APE. It’s also important to note that sufficient studies have not been performed on Eurycoma Longifolia to accurately determine the likelihood of these side effects.
Also, APE isn’t nearly as cheap as we would have expected – a point that we will address next…
You can purchase APE at the retail price of $64.99 for a 20-serving pack. In other words, you’re looking at spending over $3 for each serving of APE.
Granted, discounts are available online, but the cheapest price we found was still $42.99.
Now, $2 to $3 per serving is not going to bankrupt your checking account, but it wouldn’t hurt had APE’s price tag been lowered a few dollars.
All in all, we find APE to be an effective option that you’ll certainly want to consider. On the other hand, its safety concerns and price does knock its quality down a bit.
As such, you may want to take a look at a few other products before deciding if APE is the best fit for you.