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Evotest is BSN’s first powdered testosterone supplement, making it available for customers to mix in drinks and avoid taking more pills.
To see if Evoteset is a cut above other testosterone boosters, I’ve taken a look at reviews and product information to give you a good idea.
What Customers Are Saying
Overall, customers are happy with Evoteset’s effectiveness, though it has garnished some mixed reviews. See what they are saying about its effectiveness and flavors:
Orange Flavored Evoteset: Tasty & Delivers.
“I think this has really helped me see how far I can go with supplements. It’s a great tasting, easy to take and mix powder, packed with results.” – mennie24, BodyBuilding.com
Gives Me More Energy.
“I like Evo specifically because I think it takes a different approach to energy. It makes it more concrete, and provides you with a boost, in which I can use for anything.” – richie252, BodyBuilding.com
“I’ve been using this on and off for a while now, it’s really given me that extended boost I was hoping for. Just a natural, useful supplement.” – jade14, BodyBuilding.com
Black Cherry Doesn’t Taste Great But Works Well.
“Works good. Only a three week cycle. You feel more energy towards the last week and a half. It smells like dr. pepper and tastes like dirt (i guess) even though you’ll be tempted to put less water with it to get it down quicker, I found this to be a huge mistake. Drink with at least 16oz or beware it will be to strong to get down. I tried to use 8oz first, and it will burn your throat. Pills weren’t avalible when I bought this. So I recomend for the results, which are more endurance, recovery. But not ANYWHERE as great as novadex. But it will help with recovery. Just HEED the warning. GET THE PILLS it does not taste like black cherry.” – nightslasher2, BodyBuilding.com
Evotest Cost & Return Policy
The price is $49.99 on BSN.com. Customers can return opened products if they have used 25% or less and have 30 days past purchase date.
Other major retailers sell Evotest for $29.77-$27.99, like BodyBuilding.com and GNC.com.
Evotest issues this warning: not for use by those with pre-existing medical conditions or taking any medications or those under the age of 18 or over 50. Not intended for use by women.
Discontinue 2 weeks before surgery.
The directions for Evotest are the following: mix 1 scoop with 6 oz. water twice daily. Take 2-3 weeks and then discontinue 2 weeks before repeating again.
Evotest stacks with BSN products: Nitrix 2.0, Cellmass 2.0, and N.O.-XPLODE 2.0.
Evotest’s Key Ingredients
Here are some of Evotest’s major ingredients. The first two list ingredient amounts, and the remaining are part of a proprietary blend totaling 5.4 g.
Vitamin D 400 IU (100% RDA). In one study performed on subjects with low vitamin D and testosterone, 3,332 IU vitamin D significantly impacted testosterone levels. 
Another study analyzed 3 trials and confirmed vitamin D supplementation may influences testosterone in vitamin D deficient males, not healthy males. 
Evotest contains much less vitamin D than the first study; however, it does contain 100% of the daily allowance and should be enough to treat a deficiency, leading to healthy testosterone levels.
Magnesium Oxide. Magnesium (10 mg) significantly impacts testosterone levels. 
However, magnesium oxide is a compound of magnesium and possesses different properties. More studies are needed to support magnesium oxide’s role in testosterone levels and how much may be needed. 
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine. N-acetyl l-cysteine is an antioxidant that hinders programmed cell death in male germ cells and regulates cell death, even beyond limitations of oxidative damage. 
Selenium and 600 mg n-acetyl l-cysteine together have shown remarkable ability to improve semen quality in infertile men; more importantly, these results were achieved through overall increase in testosterone. 
Based on the study’s amount and the total proprietary blend amount, the n-acetyl-l-cysteine in Evotest probably offers similar benefits.
D-Aspartic Acid. In a study performed on sub-fertile male patients, D-aspartate, an amino acid, was found to be involved in in LH and testosterone hormone release and resulted in patients successfully impregnating partners. 
Additionally, another study used 3.12 g d-aspartic acid in a 10 ml liquid solution to produce significant testosterone regulating effects. 
Evotest may contain enough d-aspartic acid to improve testosterone levels.
Evotest appears to be a quality product. The ingredients seem well-researched and the amounts effective. Also, many users seem to be quite pleased with the product. Evotest seems worth the money; I say go ahead and try it.
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 Jorde, R., Grimnes, G., Hutchinson, M. S., et al. “Supplementation with Vitamin D Does not Increase Serum Testosterone Levels in Healthy Males.” Hormone and Metabolic Research. 2013. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23686706
 “Effects of magnesium supplementation on testosterone levels of athletes and sedentary subjects at rest and after exhaustion.” Biological Trace Element Research. 140.1 (2011): 18-23. Available from: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12011-010-8676-3#page-2
 “Magnesium Oxide.” Medline Plus. Available from: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a601074.html
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