BATTLE FUEL XT SUMMARY:
Battle Fuel XT’s aggressive cutting edge formula is designed to promote and support all things male within you. Bolster performance and help build hard lean muscle. Battle Fuel XT feeds anabolism and promotes strength. The result? Build lean mass and strength while supporting testosterone levels.
BATTLE FUEL XT BENEFITS:
- Advanced 4 stage testosterone system
- Increases strength, muscle growth, and hardness
- Supports estrogen regulation and anabolic processes
- Contains 3 grams of the patented ingredient DAA
- Supports energy, sexual health, and neurological functions
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM TAKING BATTLE FUEL XT:
Individuals interested in maintaining/increasing natural testosterone levels while increasing muscular growth and strength.
KEY INGREDIENTS/PROPRIETARY BLENDS IN BATTLE FUEL XT:
The main ingredient, D-Aspartic Acid (DAA), found in this blend may help raise and optimize natural testosterone levels. 
Muscular Growth Complex:
Suma Extract and Maca 4:1, two of the ingredients found in this complex may help with cardiovascular function, immune system function, and digestion while promoting improved endurance and energy.[2,3]
The testosterone activator blend contains N-acetyl Carnitine which may help increase energy and have significant effects on healthy neurological function while Anacyclus Pyrethrum has been shown to support increased natural testosterone levels.[4,5]
Anti-Aromatase and Estrogen Suppression Matrix:
Indole-3-Carbonal has numerous health benefits and can help lower estrogen levels while DIM (Diindolylmethane) supports the hormonal system and helps eliminate active estrogen, leading to a healthier testosterone balance.
Adults (Male): Take one serving (8 capsules per day): 4 capsules in the morning and 4 capsules mid-afternoon, or before exercise. This product should not be consumed for more than 4 consecutive weeks with a 2-4 week wash out period between cycles.
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- Wall BT, et al. Chronic oral ingestion of L-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. J Physiol. (2011)
- Boonen J, et al. LC-MS N-alkylamide profiling of an ethanolic Anacyclus pyrethrum root extract. Planta Med. (2012)
- Lo R, Matthews J. A new class of estrogen receptor beta-selective activators. Mol Interv. (2010)