• Positive

    • Contains 2 or 3 good T boosting elements
    • No proprietary blends
    • Cheap to buy
  • Negative

    • Zinc levels may cause side effects
    • Missing vital T boosters
    • Features sever unproven components
    • Not widely available in U.S
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  • Overall Score: 5.2/10

A lot has been made recently of the need to roll back age related testosterone to normal levels. This is important and there are plenty of boosters out there that will help you do it, but NRG Fuel Testo Booster is aimed at guys who want more.

Guys who want to safely max their T, not just for extra strength, stamina and sex drive, but also to get that next level ripped physique.

NRG Fuel

The NRG Fuel team promise you all of that from their Test Booster.  We weren’t that familiar with the U.K based company, but since nearly every store that sells this product was either sold out or down to its last few bottles, it looks like they must be doing something right. Worth checking out for sure.

British supplements or always easier to review fully because they rarely use proprietary blends. These are technical sounding marketing gimmicks that stop you from seeing all the ingredient doses, usually to hide flaws.

NRG Fuel Testo lets it all hang out and as if to prove it’s vital it is to have all the facts, we’ve spotted something worrying.

How Does It Work?

At a Glance

  • Magnesium & zinc included to help free T and overall T
  • Fenugreek to support blood flow and balance blood sugar
  • Isoflavones for supposedly steroid like effects.
  • Avena sativa for anti-inflammatory properties

As always we’ll check out the detail of all this after an overlook at the scores.

The Scores

NRG Fuel Anabolic Test Boost

There’s a handful of good things in NRG Fuel Anabolic Testo Booster. It’s great that it features things like zinc, magnesium, and fenugreek for example.

However in the case of zinc this product has way to much of a good thing and there’s a real risk of side effects after short or long term use. The rest of the formula is either clinically unproven or pretty unimpressive. This is kind of what the word ‘meh’ was invented for.


We found NRG Fuel Anabolic Testo Booster on sale for as little as £18, which in terms of the booster market, is really great, or at least it would be if it wasn’t for some of the problems we’ve touched on above and explain more further on in this review.

We keep saying it, cheap isn’t enough for these supplements, there has to be value for money and this formula doesn’t really deliver that.


It’s great that NRG let us see all the ingredients and the exact amount, but to be honest, after reading the label, we kind of wonder why they did.

Anabolic Testo Booster is manufactured safely in the U.K but some of the formula choices don’t really inspire trust. Plenty of the components haven’t exactly blown us away in clinical trials and with so much zinc side effects are a real risk. Could be much better.


Would it kill these companies to include a testimonal section on the website? The kind of detail you get from that if it’s an in-depth well laid out feature can make all the difference in your choice to buy. Nothing like that here and actually nearly no retail site reviews either. The only feedback we found was one video blog by a user who was generally positive, but is that enough tp part you with £20? Hardly.


NRG Sports Nutrition are a company based in Nottingham who claim to have been in the fitness and nutrition business for 30 years. It doesn’t say how long they’ve been making supplements, but they have built up quite the range of ‘Fuels’ including not just capsules, but shakes and bars.

We couldn’t dig up any major scandals with the company who do have a solid refund policy. Their website is no frills but professional. Obviously they’re not as tried and tested as other brands with global reach and obviously we’ve got an issue with formula choices, but overall, not bad.