Testofen – Benefits And Research Study Outcomes

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  1. Testofen is essentially a fenugreek extract regulated for 50 percent Fenuside. Fenugreek comprises more than 100 phytochemical substances, such as Steroidal Saponins and Furostanol Saponins, and has several health benefits or uses. Fenugreek has been in use as an alternative medicine form for several centuries in India and South Asia. Testofen, on the other hand, is a fenugreek extract that has been normalized to a proprietary saponin glycosides matrix named as Fenuside by Gencor. In other words, it's a commercialized or ready-to-use form of fenugreek, which doesn't skimp on any of the potential benefits of the plant. These Testofen ingredients can assist with the development of vitality and healthy sexual desire, muscle mass, increased testosterone levels, and reduced andropause (male menopause) symptoms in men. Proper diet and exercise also assist with maintaining healthy free testosterone levels, thereby assisting with several body functions.
  2. Testofen is usually added to products or formulations that are designed to assist with healthy sexual performance and function in adult males.
  3. Clinical Research
  4. Testofen has been clinically examined on both humans and animals.
  5. • Animal Study
  6. A 2010 testofen study on rats' reproductive systems exhibited that Testofen helped increase the ani-levator muscle's weight, which meant increased support for body weight and muscle mass.
  7. Citation: Urmila Eswar et. al, 2010. Furostanol glycosides effect from trigonella foenum-graecum on the male albino rats' reproductive system. Phytotherapy Research, 24, 1482-1488.
  8. • Human Study on Sexual Desire of the Male Adult
  9. In 2009, in Australia, a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled exam was performed on 60 physically and mentally sound adult men. A formulation comprising Testofen as its primary constituent exhibited a statistically considerable increase in the active group's sexual function, satisfaction, and performance. Moreover, the study also discovered self-documented satisfaction in the quality of lifestyle measures, including perceived energy levels, muscle strength, and well-being. However, these attributes weren't significantly analyzed.
  10. Citation: Rao A, Vitetta L, and Steels E, 2011. Physiological attributes of male libido improved by regularized trigonella foenum-graecum mineral and extract formulation. Phytotherapy Research, Volume 25, 1294-1300. doi: 10.1002/ptr.3360
  11. • Human Study on Physical Performance and Testosterone
  12. Another randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical exam was performed on 60 subjects, with Testofen used as the only ingredient. The group primarily demonstrated the following statistically significant outcomes:
  13. • Major anabolic activity proven by BUN reduction (p
  14. • Major free testosterone support
  15. • Immune assistance
  16. • Major support for serum creatinine
  17. • Major prolactin support
  18. • Considerable reduction in body fat in comparison to baseline.
  19. • Supports muscle size maintenance despite overall weight maintenance and body fat reduction (though not major).
  20. Citation: Mohan V, Wankhede S, Thakur Desai P. Fenugreek glycoside supplementation's beneficial effects in men during resistance exercise: a pilot study (randomized controlled), Journal of Sport and Health Science (2015), doi: 10.1016/j.jshs.2014.09.005.
  21. Human Study on Andropause
  22. A research study was carried out in Australia to measure Testofen's effectiveness on andropause symptoms. This 12-week, double-blind, single-site, short-duration, randomized clinical trial on humans was performed on 120 men, who were in the 40-75 years age group and had andropause symptoms. Otherwise, they were fairly healthy males.
  23. Participants were administered a questionnaire validated clinically (AMS), which comprised 17 questions that were categorized into three sub-topics: somatic, sexual, and psychological. The questionnaire was supposed to help measure andropause symptoms' level of severity. Moreover, the study also used DISF-SR for measuring parameters.
  24. Testofen exhibited a significant reduction in normal andropause symptoms among the treatment group from the 6th week onwards in the overall AMS number and all the sub-domains (other than psychological sub-core) when compared to placebo.