INTEK has done it again! Introducing: D-ASPARTIC ACID (DAA)  like no other formula out there. 


The science says you need at least 3 grams of DAA per day to be effective. INTEK gives you 4 grams per scoop. Most brands either don't state the amount per serving or they way under dose this ingredient. I've seen products with 10 mg (why bother).  Some of the better products will give you 3 grams but don't offer any of the co-factors or a delivery system.


-------- Now for the best news --------- This is why we want 4 grams of DAA 

D-Aspartic Acid has been shown in human studies to increase testosterone by 42% in as little as 14 days. D-aspartic acid is an amino acid present in the neuroendocrine tissues of humans, playing a role in the synthesis of both LH (luteinizing hormone) and testosterone. LH, is secreted causing a subsequent release of testosterone. Supplementation with 3 grams (3,000mgs) per day, orally, resulted in a 42% testosterone increase while raising LH by 33%.

INTEK doesn't stop at giving you the correct amount of DAA. Check out this synergistic formula that is a true "jack of all trades" supplement that no one has seen before!

Bulbine Natalensis:  an herb originally from South Africa, which has recently been studied for its use as a Libido enhancer, Testosterone booster, and estrogen reducer. It has also been studied as an herbal remedy for erectile dysfunction (increased blood flow).

Ovine Placenta (yeah you read that right, Ovine is Sheep): a natural source of hCG and rich in amino acids it increases the release of luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland. It activates Leydig cell steroidogenesis via LH. This leads to a natural increase in testosterone. 

PLUS a Focal Charge Matrix & ALA with Vanadium to maximize absorption.

The ceiling has been shattered, the walls torn down with  INTEKS D-ASPARTIC ACID EVOLUTION


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