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    I'm a 40 year old male looking for a test booster. I was told that test stack by sports nutrition works well, anyone tried or have any reviews on this producted ? THANKS

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    Those test boosters aren't terribly effective.

    Have you had any blood work done to check out your free testosterone, total testosterone, and estrogen levels?

    You may be a candidate for hormone replacement therapy if you're feeling the symptoms of low testosterone.

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    After doing so much reading high test is a good way to gain muscle! Maybe I don't need a test booster but a supplement to help with gains. I'm currently on protein and glutamine and stuck on the same weight for some time know

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    Oh, then your diet is likely the issue. Do you know have many grams of fat, carbs, and protein that you are eating each day?

    What's the idea behind the glutamine?

    Without taking your response into consideration, my two cents is that you can get rid of the glutamine. You aren't immunosuppressed and there is sufficient glutamine in your normal diet, especially if you take a protein supplement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marat View Post
    Those test boosters aren't terribly effective.

    Have you had any blood work done to check out your free testosterone, total testosterone, and estrogen levels?

    You may be a candidate for hormone replacement therapy if you're feeling the symptoms of low testosterone.
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