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Nugenix Review - How Effective Is Nugenix?

By Joshua Jerry
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Nugenix Overview

Nugenix is a brand of male performance supplement that may help restore a man’s vitality and sexual energy. It is manufactured by the reputable company GNC who, in addition to having a professional and user friendly website for the brand, also sell the product in stores and online. The product information states that men who take Nugenix can help their strength and stamina while supporting healthy hormone levels.

Although the Nugenix site is well-designed, overall information is quite limited. The brand is fairly new, so the site has yet to add customer user experience stories and there is only a brief FAQ section. However, the ordering page is secure and all terms of the 30-day buyer protection safeguards and 14-day trial offer are disclosed. Nugenix is slightly more expensive than comparable products, costing $69.99 for a one month supply (90 capsules).

Nugenix Product Details

Nugenix

Nugenix contains a blend of individual ingredients – Zinc, Vitamin B6 and B12, plus a proprietary blend. This combines Testofen with Caltrops and Prosexual Nutrients, all designed to help free existing amounts of male sex hormones to support male sexual activity levels. Testofen is a substance that uses the fenugreek extract Fenuside – the use of fenugreek is popular in ancient remedies for male virility.

Nugenix has not been shown to produce harmful side effects if taken as recommended which is a dose of 3 capsules daily. It is advised that the user take the product in the morning or just before exercise and while 3 a day is recommended, the dose can be increased safely if desired.

Advantages of Nugenix

  • The GNC company is reputable.
  • The product website is professional.
  • Nugenix supports healthy levels of male hormones.
  • The formula does not cause harmful side effects.
  • Nugenix has a 30-day buyer protection safeguards.
  • A 14-day trial offer is available.
  • All ingredients are listed.
  • Company contact information is provided.

Disadvantages of Nugenix

  • No scientific evidence is shown for Nugenix.
  • Nugenix is expensive.
  • Not all ingredient amounts are shown.
  • There are no customer user experience stories.

Nugenix The Bottom Line

Although it is not clear how quickly Nugenix produces results, it is likely to have a cumulative effect if taken daily over a period of time. Because it is quite expensive, consumers may want to see more evidence of clinical results, particularly as no customer user experience stories are provided, although they can take advantage of the 14-day trial with no financial risk.

A note to our readers: LegitScript was sourced in the gathering of information for this product overview. LegitScript is a verification and monitoring service that has found that this product may be the subject of regulatory action or marketed by unsupported claims.

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**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

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