Weider Prime : A Testosterone Booster For Those On A Budget
Weider Prime is a low cost general testosterone booster that actually surprised me with its mix of ingredients.
I still believe that you get what you pay for in this world, but if you are on a strict budget, it might be worth checking out.
This review details the key facts about this product, its formula and user results.
Table Of Contents
- 1 Weider Prime
- 2 Pros
- 3 Cons
- 4 Weider Prime : A Testosterone Booster For Those On A Budget
Weider Prime The Basics:
- Made in and FDA registered facility
- Made in The USA
- GMP Certified
- Fully Disclosed Formula
- Contains Essential Minerals, Vitamins and Herbal Extracts.
Whats In The Weider Prime Formula
The makers are completely open about their formula and the amounts of each compound in every serving.
- Vitamin D 400iu
- Vitamin B6 10mg
- Vitamin B12 120mcg
- Calcium 35mg
- Zinc 30mg
- Chromium 200mcg
- DIM (Diindolylmethane) 50mg
- KSM-66 Ashwagandha 675mg
- Cordyceps 390mg
- Bioperine 5mg
How Do You Take Weider Prime
the suggested daily dose is 2 capsules, Take with breakfast and a medium sized glass of water.
Reviews are rather mixed, some users have reported some mild improvements in muscularity, strength and libido. Other users are not so generous, stating little or no results.
Where To Buy Weider Prime
Available both online and in stores such as Costco – expect to pay in the region of $30 for a bottle containing 60 serves (2 months supply)
Any Cash Back Guarantee?
No there is no guarantee offered, there again at this price its a throwaway product .
My Thoughts On Weider Prime
Even though its a cheap product there are a few things that I like about Weider Prime – It delivers essential vitamins B6, B12 and Zinc in good amounts.
It also contains Vitamin D3 which is another proven T-boosting ingredient that also offers other beneficial health benefits.
It also contains KSM-66 Ashwagandha, a solid and premier form of ashwagandha that delivers some solid results.
I have seen it in products some two or tree times more expensive. 675mg is a very good, effective serving indeed.
I am not overly sure about Cordyceps, it has recorded some good results in Animal trials, but has not fared at all well in human studies.
It might (at the right dose) help reduce cortisol (stress hormone) and reduce inflammation in the leidig cells which could compromise testosterone production if left unchecked.
The dose in Weider Prime is rather low, at 300mg, its way below the recommended minimum dose of 1000mg.
Another ingredient that I am decidedly 50/50 on is Chromium. It has recorded some decent fat reducing results, and we all know that reduced fat helps to elevate testosterone levels.
There is however no actual clinical evidence that proves that Chromium has any direct testosterone boosting benefits, so in my opinion its rather a pointless ingredient.
Although a worthy ingredient, At 400iu the amount of Vitamin D3 is really too low, studies have shown that in order to boost testosterone you need a minimum dose of 3320iu. Many quality T-boosters provide anything up to 5000iu per serving.
Calcium raises a whole lot of questions, there are concerns about supplementing with it in general, but the fact is that as a T-booster it has only shown microscopic benefits in one human study. The facts are that it offers no real benefits and ideally is not one that I would recommend to take in any T-booster.
DIM (Diindolylmethane) is an over hyped ingredient that has not faired too well in clinical trials. There is no actual evidence that supports claims of any testosterone increases.
It has actually been shown that it may decrease testosterone in some instances, but these findings have only been seen in rats.
It might have estrogen reducing proprties, but it does also reduce DHT which is a powerful androgen in its own right. This is also a viable anti aromatase ingredient and reducing its effects will counteract the reason for its inclusion in the first place.
DIM is often used to help post menopausal women.
With varying effects in both men and women, overall DIM isn’t thought to be worth taking, also the dose found in Prime is at 50mg rather weak.
If you are on the hunt for a cheap t-booster then Weider Prime could be suitable for you, but as I said above, cheap isn’t always the best and there are products out there that for a moderately increased cost, will provide a more encompassing formula with miles better results across the board.
If you are looking for a quality T-Booster, why not check out my top rated products page – listed are 5 products that deliver superb results, use fully disclosed formulas and all offer cash back guarantees.
MEET THE AUTHOR: My name is Paul Gardner – I am the editor, main researcher and writer for testojunction.com.
I am 59 years old and currently live in the outskirts of London.
Sport and fitness has been a massive part of my life, as a younger man I used to swim competitively. Representing the county at events both home and abroad.
I have also been an avid squash and tennis player too, and have been a keen gym goer all through my life.
I have a CPD accreditation in Sports Nutrition, and have studied and have been writing about nutrition, hormones, natural ingredients and sports supplements for over 12 years and have had articles published in many popular publications.
One area that I have a particular interest in is how hormones play a massive part in our development, fitness, muscularity, strength and of course our sexual development.