TestMax 1000 Review – Does This Testosterone Booster Work?

Nick Smith
Last updated: Nov 28, 2018
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TestMax 1000 Review – Does This Testosterone Booster Work?

2018-11-28T09:04:01+00:00 November 8th, 2018|

Testmax 1000 is a testosterone booster produced by Gentech nutrition.

It contains some interesting ingredients.

Most testosterone boosters rely on herbal supplements to increase your testosterone.

However, TestMax 1000 contains mostly vitamins, minerals, and fish oil.

At first glance, it looks less like a testosterone booster and more like a souped-up multivitamin.

Can it help increase your testosterone levels?

Keep reading to find out!

TestMax 1000 review

Quick Review: If you’re looking for a good testosterone booster then TestMax 1000 isn’t it.

It just doesn’t have te ingredients backing it up.

As a multivitamin it isn’t bad though and the addition of fish oil is nice.

As a test booster this is one to skip.

How to Take TestMax 1000?

Instead of consisting of capsules like most testosterone boosters, Testmax 1000 contains packages.

A bottle of Testmax 1000 contains a 30-day supply.

The product’s website recommends taking a pack each evening with food.

Where Can I Buy TestMax 1000 and How Much is It?

TestMax 1000 is available from Amazon.com and the Genech Nutrition website.

When we wrote this review, it was selling for $64.97 from both websites.

Gentech Nutrition is confident about their product.

They guarantee a 25% increase in your testosterone or they’ll refund you 200% of your purchase!

TestMax 1000 Ingredients

Let’s break down the ingredients and see what’s actually in Testmax 1000.

Per 1-pack:

  • Fish Oil
    • EPA 750mg
    • DHA 750mg
  • Vitamin K2 – 90mcg
  • Selenium 200mcg
  • Vitamin D3 – 5000IU
  • Magnesium – 400mg
  • Zinc – 30mg
  • Copper – 2mg
  • Calcium – 250mg
  • Boron – 6mg
  • Malic acid 1860mg
  • L-Citrulline 1200mg

TestMax 1000 Research Breakdown

Let’s look at which nutrients have research to support their ability to boost testosterone.

  • Vitamin D: One study found that 3000IU of vitamin D per day was enough to increase testosterone levels in obese participants (1). However, another study found vitamin D did not affect healthy people (2).
  • Boron: Boron is a mineral with promising testosterone boosting research supporting it. One study found 10mg per day increased free testosterone in healthy men age 18-29 (3).
  • Zinc: Research also supports 30mg of zinc as a testosterone booster in healthy, young men (4).
  • Fish oil: Fish oil supplementation has tons of health benefits for men, but at this time there’s no research to prove it can increase free testosterone. Although, research does show it can decrease cortisol (5), which may indirectly improve testosterone levels.

TestMax 1000 Reviews

Overall, Testmax 1000 has received solid reviews on Amazon.com

When we wrote this review, it had an average rating of 4.3/5 stars.

What do customers like about it?

This customer reports that her husband noticed improved energy, sleep, and sexual performance.

This user reports feeling good while taking it regardless of its effects on testosterone.

There aren’t many 1-star reviews listed, but we did find these two.

Both these customers didn’t notice any change after taking TestMax 1000.

TestMax 1000 Pros and Cons

Not sure about TestMax 1000?

Here are the pros and cons to help you decide if it’s right for you.


  • Relies on essential nutrients instead of herbal supplements
  • Most ingredients have benefits for your general health
  • Mostly positive customer reviews


  • Expensive (more than $2 per day)
  • Not many ingredients have research to back them as testosterone boosters
  • Boron dosage is less than what research supports for raising testosterone levels

Testmax 1000 Bottom Line

Overall, Testmax 1000 is an interesting supplement.

It’s marketed as a testosterone booster, but the only ingredients with human evidence to support them as testosterone boosters are zinc, vitamin D, and boron.

However, it contains tons of nutrients that can aid with your overall health like fish oil.

We can’t recommend this product as a testosterone booster.

However some customers seem to like it.

If you want to improve your overall health, Testmax 1000 may make a good multivitamin and fish oil replacement.

(If you’ve used TestMax 1000 then let us know in the comments if it worked for you!)

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  1. Mike November 21, 2018 at 3:28 pm - Reply

    Looks good

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