Halotropin Review – Does It Boost Testosterone?

Nick Smith
Last updated: Nov 28, 2018
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Halotropin Review – Does It Boost Testosterone?

2018-11-28T09:24:00+00:00 October 29th, 2018|

The latest natural testosterone booster to land at our door is Halotropin by ProSupps, a supplement with one of the longest ingredients lists we’ve seen in a while.

In this article we will take a closer look at ProSupps as a company, the claims they make about Halotropin, the ingredients list, and what the customers say.

We’ll use this information to help you to decide whether Halotropin is the right natural testosterone booster for you, or whether your money would be better spent elsewhere.


Quick Review: There are some excellent ingredients contained within Halotropin.

But because ProSupps has hidden the dosage we can’t say for certain whether the ingredients will be effective or not.

It may be a good product but we can’t really tell.

ProSupps Company Profile

ProSupps has been around for quite a while, according to their facebook page they were founded in 2004.

They have one of the slickest looking websites of any supplement company we’ve seen, and they are quite active on social media.

Their YouTube videos are … how to put this … incredibly cringey.

But they also kind of make you want to charge headfirst into the gym and hit a new PB.

As most things in the fitness world are pretty cringey we can forgive them.

After all, it’s all about the products.

Nobody buys supplements just because they look good.

They have a large stable of athletes from MMA, Bodybuilding, and fitness modelling.

There are some big(ish) names too!

They have Melvin Ingram, a line-backer for the Los Angeles Chargers, Hector Lombard from the UFC, and Alexis Rivera, a well-known IFBB bodybuilder.

Plus, about 200 others!

Halotropin Claims

There are three main claims made about Halotropin by ProSupps.

The first is also the most important, that it helps to support testosterone production.

The second claim is that it can help with vitality and stamina, and the third claim is that it can support muscle function and recovery.

All three of these claims are connected: if Halotropin does support testosterone production, then it should also increase vitality and stamina.

It would also help with muscle function and recovery.

Because of this, we will only look to see whether Halotropin supports your testosterone levels when we look at the ingredients list.

Halotropin Ingredients List

Haletropin ingredientsThe first issue that we have is that ProSupps have not shared with us the dosage of each ingredient.

Instead, they have created a compound.

This is a frustrating and misleading tactic used by supplement companies to disguise the dosage of their ingredients.

Truth is that as a reviewer you automatically become suspicious the moment you see a compound in the ingredients list.

Why avoid the dosage of an ingredient?

Unless you have something to hide?

Often, this indicates that certain ingredients have been under-dosed.

For example, if you bought a chocolate cake and afterwards found out that the cake only contained 1% chocolate.

It wouldn’t taste of chocolate, wouldn’t look like chocolate, but technically it could be called a chocolate cake.

This may be unfair on ProSupps, perhaps every single one of their ingredients is the perfect dose.

But if that is true then why not tell us?

Anyway, all we can do now is take a look at the ingredients contained in Halotropin and talk about whether the ingredients are effective.

There are a LOT of ingredients in Halotropin, so much so that we’re going to have to skip over a couple.

Otherwise, the article would be 7,000 words and you’d all have fallen asleep!

We’ll look at what (in our opinion) are the most important ingredients, and leave out some of the fillers.

The first two ingredients (which actually do have their dosage recorded) are zinc and magnesium.

Two ingredients that can increase testosterone levels, but only if someone is deficient in zinc due to excessive exercise.

Obviously, many people who take natural testosterone boosters are also athletes/gym lovers, so zinc deficiency is going to be quite common.

  • Ashwagandha Root Extract: Lots of benefits to supplementing with Ashwagandha, it definitely seems to reduce cortisol which is important as high cortisol can ruin your testosterone production. It also increases luteinising hormone, which helps produce testosterone [1].
  • Fenugreek Seed Extract: There is limited evidence that Fenugreek can increase testosterone production [2], but most studies see no changes.
  • Eurycoma Longifolia: Does not increase testosterone, though it can increase your libido. Many people mistake this as a sign that it works, but countless studies have failed to see a change in t levels.
  • Rhodiola Rosea Root Extract: Rhodiola Rosea seems to reduce cortisol levels, which as we mentioned earlier can lead to an increase in testosterone. It has no direct affect on testosterone levels though.
  • Tribulus Terrestris: Another ingredient that can increase libido while having no effect on testosterone levels. Not really any use.
  • Diindolylmethane (DIM): This ingredient is very effective at blocking an enzyme called aromatase. The aromatase enzyme is responsible for converting testosterone into estrogen. So blocking this enzyme can help protect testosterone levels, and reduce estrogen.
  • Polygonum Cuspidatum Root Extract (resveratrol): As with DIM, this ingredient will help to inhibit aromatase. This could lead to an increase in testosterone.

Halotropin Reviews

Halotropin has a decent review score on Amazon with an average of 3.8 stars out of five after 113 reviews.

56% of the reviewers gave it 5 stars, while 13% gave it one star.

A lot of reviews are actually from women, which is quite rare for a testosterone booster.

But as the women say, testosterone boosters can have benefits for women too!

Interestingly, it appears that a majority of reviewers are females.

Possibly Halotropin has been marketed as testosterone for women (though it doesn’t say anything like that on its website).

Other than that, it’s the usual issue of people either loving the product or hating the product without having any evidence to back up their claims.

Halotropin Bottom Line

There are some excellent ingredients contained within Halotropin.

But because ProSupps has hidden the dosage we can’t say for certain whether the ingredients will be effective or not.

Maybe it’s unfair for us to say that without proper dosage information their product is not worth buying.

But you could say that ProSupps have made their bed and now they have to lie in it.

So many supplement companies are moving away from this dodgy practice.

We can’t wait till compounds/complexes with no dosage information are a thing of the past.

(If you’ve used Halotropin then let us know in the comments what you thought of it!)

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