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Long-running Nutrex test booster reformulated and renamed T-Up Max

Nutrex T Up Max

T-Up is a testosterone booster from the legacy sports nutrition powerhouse Nutrex, and like many other products under its banner, it has been around for some time, at least the name, as the formula has gone through several iterations over the years, including another just recently. Now available from the brand is a juiced-up version by way of T-Up Max, which is quite a bit different from the regular T-Up on the market, based primarily around d-aspartic acid.

Nutrex’s T-Up Max doesn’t actually use d-aspartic acid at all, instead, it relies on a variety of common and effective ingredients to naturally boost testosterone, and support the run-on benefits of improve recovery, strength, performance, and muscle building. Due to the large difference in formula, you could stack T-Up with T-Up Max for even greater results, that’s if you can find both as Nutrex no longer has the d-aspartic acid powered T-Up on its website.

Nutrex T Up Max Label

The ingredients and dosages supporting the experience in Nutrex’s Max version of the long-running testosterone booster T-Up, include 300mg each of horny goat weed, fenugreek, and tribulus. All of those are common components for this sort of supplement, but that’s not where the list ends. The brand has also packed the product with vitamin D, 10mg of zinc, and 100mg each of maca, longjack, and the respected, multi-study-backed KSM-66 Ashwagandha.

As mentioned, Nutrex has dropped the previous version of its T-Up testosterone booster from its official website and replaced it with T-Up Max. Through there you can purchase the revamped supplement with its much wider selection of ingredients, and the price is not too bad, falling in the area of cost-effective. Through you’ll pay $29.99 for a bottle of 30 servings, but keep an eye out, as the brand frequently runs sales through there are they tend to be quite strong.